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Oct 1 @ 5:00 pm
Christine is an up & coming regional musician performing live and recording original music. Her music has been critically acclaimed by both local musicians and professionals throughout the country. She has killer vocals that will convince you she’s an angel but at the flip of a note can bring the fiery depths from below. The breadth of her music crosses all types of genres from pop, country, alternative, to lo-fi and more. She loves all types of music and puts a creative and impressive spin on her covers. While performing live, she covers a wide assortment of songs from Nirvana, Chris Stapleton, The Cranberries, Post Malone, Billie Eilish, Fleetwood Mac and beyond. She’s guaranteed to play something for everyone. She has been sponsored by White Claw, Modelo, and Blue Moon brewing companies to perform live at bars and restaurants across Northern Colorado.
Christine’s love and passion for music extends past just performing live. Her original score for the short independent film, “Chords” by Emmy Award winning cinematographer John Barnhardt, won Best Original Score in both the Moscow Film Fest & Beaufort International Film Fest. The film was accepted by the LA Shorts Film Festival, making the film eligible to qualify for an Oscar. The film has many accolades and is in film festivals nationally and in cities all over the world. Christine wrote and performed music as well as acted in the film.
On top of all of that, Christine teaches guitar and piano lessons to students of all ages privately and works with The Mathews House to give at risk youth kids lessons. She hosts open mics and jams at different bars around Northern Colorado and joins All Night Train, an Allman Brothers/Tedeschi Trucks Tribute band on stage with her best Susan Tedeschi interpretation.
Christine was born and raised in Fort Collins and the mountains just west of the city. She often claims that she has been singing since the womb. She picked up the guitar while traveling the world as a backpacker. Always loving to sing, she began playing the guitar so she could accompany herself and make music come alive on her own. Seeing Christine Alice live is a spectacular experience and one not to be missed by anyone with an appreciation for a professional voice and a sparkling talent.
Oct 4 @ 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 unexpeted..like Black Sabbath, Salt & Peppa, Kermit the Frog and Paula Abdul (?)!
bluegrass • singer-songwriter • one man band
Oct 5 @ 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.
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.
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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