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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *K* Kremmling, Co – Moose Cafe…breakfast.  Yum Kelley Mickwee: Austin native Kelley Mickwee is no stranger to the MusicFest stage, approaching her seventh year performing in Steamboat. Formerly a member of the group, The Trishas and the duo Jed and Kelley, Mickwee is taking a solo approach at MF15. Her album, 2014’s You Used To Live Here reflects her ability to write incredible lyrics and her signature soulful

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *J* Lt. Jason Woody: Attending MusicFest is a yearly tradition so many of us look forward to each year, but the men and women of our armed forces are no strangers to sacrifice. In 2009, Lt. Jason Woody of the US Army wrote a letter to Dickson Productions expressing his regret for having to miss MusicFest, as he was serving our country in Afghanistan. In his place, he

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015  *I* Alright, we’ll admit it was no easy task coming up with any interesting terms beginning with the letter “I”, so we’ll just leave you with this: Ice: …you’ll probably fall on it. At some point, you’ll be walking down the sidewalk to check out your favorite band and you’ll hit that inevitable patch of ice. Your Tony Lama’s will fly out from beneath you, landing you square

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Haley Cole: MusicFest 2015 Debut Artist Haley Cole can write great music. She can play a mean guitar. And by golly, that girl can SING. Approaching her January 2015 release of her latest album, Existing, Haley will be taking the stage with a raw, honest talent and a voice that can stop you in your tracks. Her original and clever lyrics combined with her bluesy yet rock and roll style make her a must-see who

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *G* Gondola: Ah, the gondola. A gondola is an enclosed carriage that shuttles skiers up the mountain. Once inside, the beautiful views as you ascend the mountain compliment the warm and toasty interior. However, the first time actually getting in to the gondola can be absolutely terrifying (at least it was for me). The combination of attempting to walk in ski boots and several inches of fleece encompassing

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