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Greg Miles Acoustic

Oct 24 @ 5:00 pm

Estes Park visual artist and singer/songwriter Greg Miles was born on the island of misfit toys and raised by wolves. This had a profound effect on the work he produces – much of it unorthodox, irreverent, and contrarian. His original tunes are often tongue in cheek, with an air of sarcasm. Otherwise, he covers everything from John Prine to Nat King Cole; Townes Van Zandt to The Spice Girls (ok, not really . . . ); from blues to torch songs, and from 16th century liturgical to mexican ballads . . . depending, of course, on his audience and what type of rotten fruit they are throwing . . .

Alex Thoele(chain station) Acoustic

Oct 25 @ 5:00 pm
Carter Sampson Acoustic

Oct 26 @ 5:00 pm

Carter Sampson is an Oklahoma born and raised, award winning singer songwriter. She tours nationally and internationally playing both solo and with her trio & band. Sampson won 1st place in the Chris Austin Song Contest at Merlefest and was a top 5 finalist in the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Contest. Sampson has released five studio albums including her newest release LUCKY recorded with Jason Scott in Moore, OK. Sampson’s 2016 release Wilder Side received international attention and was No. 3 on the Euro Americana year end chart for 2016. She is the founder and director of The Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls OKC, a nonprofit volunteer run organization that empowers girls through music education. Carter Sampson’s band includes Kyle Reid (pedal steel & guitar), Mike Satawake (lead guitar) Luke Mullinex (bass) Jack Waters (drums).

Geoff Clark Acoustic

Oct 27 @ 5:00 pm

Geoff Clark is a guitarist and songwriter living in Estes Park, Colorado. He blends Americana, Alt-Country, Folk, and Rock into a unique style of his own. He peppers in a few Irish drinking songs to encourage a jovial and lively atmosphere at his gigs.

His eclectic musical tastes stem from growing up in a musical family in southeastern Louisiana. He began playing guitar at the age of twelve, and has played in a variety of bands in New Orleans and Washington DC.  Now his solo guitar and vocal stylings entertain crowds across Colorado.

Jay and Jarett Acoustic

@ The Rock Inn Mountain Tavern

Oct 29 @ 5:00 pm

Jay Roemer has proven himself to be amongst the most gifted songwriters in the state’s thriving Bluegrass and Americana scene. Deeply focused on intriguing lyrics, along with some stylish guitar work, his songs continue to connect with audiences of all types.
And on the mandolin, some dude named Jarett

Alex Thoele(chain station) Acoustic

Nov 1 @ 5:00 pm
Jon Pickett(chain station) Acoustic

Nov 2 @ 5:00 pm

Born in Dayton, OH and now calling Estes Park, CO home-base Jon grew up playing guitar in a high school metal band! Lots has happened since those cherished days. Now he feels equally comfortable playing guitar, bass (electric and upright) and drums as well as lead and harmony vocals. After college he migrated to Colorado and this mountain music atmosphere helped merge all of his musical influences (folk, hip-hop, metal, jazz, bluegrass, Motown and Weird Al ; ) into what’s currently happening… Chain Station and his solo singer/songwriter/one-man-band performances. Jon is an born entertainer and you can expect to hear anything from his soulful originals to Paul Simon, The Steeldrivers, Taj Mahal, and expet the Black Sabbath, Salt & Peppa, Kermit the Frog and Paula Abdul (?)!

bluegrass • singer-songwriter • one man band

On-line ordering for our full food and drink menu is available through the menu tab during business hours. Please see the host when you arrive to pick up your order.

970-586-4116          970-599-5325        

Our take-out containers are all biodegradable or recyclable. Please request to-go utensils, napkins, and/or condiments when applicable.  We will provide them only when requested to combat unnecessary waste.

We are not set up to do weddings or rehearsal dinners.


Built in 1937 as a sandwich shop at the entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park, and the addition (which is now our dining room and stage) built in 1943 as a dance hall for the Big Band Era, The Rock Inn continues to be a lively gathering place with local flair.  In the winter, our two wood-burning stoves keep the room toasty for folks stopping in for a beer or a bite after playing in The Park. During the summer season we enjoy stunning continental divide views from our outdoor dining patio.

Our menu is an ever evolving blend of hand-crafted, hearty comfort food with a health and planet conscious twist. We aim to fill you up with goodness so you can get back to enjoying the mountains again tomorrow. We feature Gold Canyon Natural Gourmet Angus Beef, All-Natural Colorado chicken, fresh salads, whole grains, organic teas and coffees, local beers, sustainably produced wines, and a full bar.


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