Scott Allen has lived and performed across Colorado for many years.
Combining his upbeat humor, soulful voice and guitar, Scott performs an incredible array of musical styles-- from Classic Rock, Country, and Folk to Reggae, Jazz and Blues.
Scott has released 4 CD's of original music and has shared the stage with performers such as Jerry Jeff Walker, Tom Rush, John Hartford, Firefall and the Guess Who.
In 1997, Scott co- founded a band called the Tropical Coyotes and has performed over a decade doing island themed private parties, corporate events, community concerts and benefits throughout Colorado.
Performing as a solo, duo, trio or 4 piece, Scott's spirited performances are memorable.
Jeff Stephenson has been entertaining the world over for 3 decades with his own style of infectious rhythms, soulfully playing renditions of his favorite songs, as well as many of his best originals.
As you enjoy Jeff singing, and playing guitar, he also spices up the show with some folk and blues harmonica, as he keeps you with him letting you know he really is having fun, Jeff loves to connect to his audience, and it shows!
Johnny Johnston has been singing and playing the blues in bars, restaurants and juke joints across America for the past 20 years.
In the 1980's, he honed his blues slide guitar style as a solo performer in southern Georgia and northern Florida.
In the 90's, he moved to the west coast and played electric slide guitar in blues bands in San Francisco and along the north and central coast of California.
These days, Johnny Johnston regularly performs solo blues and blues inspired originals.
Fort Collins' own Johnny Johnston brings his hot fingerpickin', slide guitar and vocals to Colorado music venues.
Colorado residents no longer have to drive to Mississippi or New Orleans to enjoy real down home blues - Johnny Johnston delivers!!
Peter Lopez was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and at the age 11, some neighborhood kid told Peter to lie down on the ground, and he would ride his bike over him.
Peter did as he was told, and has never been the same since. Because he was such a nerdy kid, he was totally ostrasized from all of his friends.
To keep himself company (and to win back the ladies), he learned how to play the guitar.
Since then, Peter Lopez has been playing locally around the Front Range area; in coffee shops, for weddings, private parties, and of course, for his family.
Peter has 2 kids, and they both rock out to Peter's jams. Peter was almost famous one day, until the peeps at the coffee house spelled his name wrong, and he ended up NOT being famous.
Peter Lopez still resides and rocks out in Fort Collins, CO.
Vocalist/guitarist Colleen Crosson has been performing in Colorado and surrounding areas for over 33 years.
Colleen's musical styles are diverse, ranging from new acoustic/contemporary folk to jazz, country, gospel, bluegrass, and rhythm and blues/rock.
Colleen has performed with numerous groups over the years, including the country band "Rounder", the R & B/rock band "Hot to Go", the a cappella group, "Our Mothers' Daughters", and "The Bob Hollister Band".
Colleen is currently performs solo (vocals and acoustic guitar), as well as with her husband, keyboardist Mark Sloniker, The Unitics, and Martini Alice.
Colleen released her first solo CD,“Singing Into Being”, in December, 2006, which features original compositions of hers, and husband, Mark, as well as other favorite singer/songwriters’ works.
Over the years, Colleen has shared the stage/opened for David Wilcox, John Prine, Jonathan Edwards, and Cheryl Wheeler, and has performed with Tom Kimmel, Carrie Newcomer, Cliff Eberhardt, Justin Roth, and Catie Curtis.
Colleen has performed with the Fort Collins, CO Symphony Orchestra and also sings regularly with Wisconsin performing songwriter Johnsmith when he is touring in CO.