Weekly Music & Events: 7/27-8/3/2014

Hillfolk Noir

Sunday, July 27, 2014 from 5:00-7:00pm

Hillfolk Noir is a fantastic Boise-based indie folk band with a real knack for playing their very own variety of mountain music, which they call junkerdash. Their unique blend of instruments and ragtime style has added up to a successful presence in the local music scene. Bring the whole family and tune your ears for your chance to hear some Sawtooth mountain junkerdash on the Lodge front lawn.

Dewey, Pickett, & HoweDewey, Pickett, & Howe

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 from 6:00-8:00pm

Dewey, Pickett, & Howe’s blend of mountain bluegrass is right at home in the Sawtooth mountains which characterize the rugged heart of Idaho. This skilled group of musicians is always willing to put on a great show for guests at the Lodge. Mandolin melodies harmonize with bass, voice, and cool mountain air, to invite good times and dancing from anyone interested. We’ll see you there!

Muzzie Braun

Friday, August 1, 2014 from 6:00-8:00pmMuzzie Braun

Muzzie Braun is a Sawtooth Mountain legend, famous for his history with the Braun Brothers Band as well as the father-sons group Muzzie Braun & The Boys. While his sons have moved on to Austin, Texas, forming hit acts Reckless Kelly and Micky & The Motorcars, we’re always excited to host his exceptional talent on the Lodge front lawn. His classic blend of country, folk, and cowboy swing create an atmosphere that feels perfectly at home on Redfish Lake. Don’t miss your chance to experience this true mountain music.

Laura Meyer (Cygne)

Sunday, August 3, 2014 from 5:00-7:00pm

After 10 years and 10 albums, talented singer-songwriter Laura Meyer has claimed several awards and contest victories. However, in 2014 she has chosen to pursue a new identity and new vision. Now travelling as Cygne (pronounced “seen”, French for “Swan”), she has released a new album for 2014 and we are very excited to have her share it with us on the Lodge front lawn. Grab your lawn chair and join us for a great night at the lake.