Wednesday, July 26th
Innocent Man

This Boise based 6 piece band was cultivated by childhood friends sharing their love of music. Scott Sprague & Dan Burns & Kristin Burns (no relation) grew up in McCall, Idaho and graduated from the same small high school. Likewise, Tim Callender & Conlyn McCain grew up in the small town of Payette, Idaho. -- While in college the core members of the band became friends and started to jam.. Scott, Dan, Tim, Conlyn, and Josh Sears played together for more than a decade in various lineups and great bands around Idaho's Treasure Valley such as "Red House," "Classic Ashley," "the3hundred" and "Enormous G." In 2008 the guys switched up instruments and song arrangements and founded a new band. -- They decided to call the band "Innocent Man" as a play on the fact that two of the members have studied law. Each member of the band has their own specific tastes in music, which helps make for a unique and special sound that touches many different genres all within a single song.

Innocent Man plays honest Rock & Roll, fostered with Americana, while pursuing the unending development of the band's musical abilities. By using deep heartfelt lyrics that reflect shared life experiences, tasteful guitar, premier fiddle, driving rhythms, and graceful melodies, Innocent Man comes through as a breath of fresh air combined with acoustic echoes of the past. With an original sound that is hard to define, Innocent Man brings elements of genuine Americana or Outlaw Country, reminiscent of acts like Wilco, The Wood Brothers, The Clumsy Lovers & Johnny Cash, along with glimmers of Classic-Rock such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top & The Band, combined with Jam-Band grooves resembling those of Phish, The Grateful Dead & Assembly Of Dust.

We wish to thank the following businesses who are sponsoring tonight's concert:

Columbia Bank, Hub International Insurance, Janitzio Restaurant, Churchman's Jewelry, Music Center, Standard Printing, Above Paris, The Brass Monkey, The Cookie Basket, Twin Falls Sandwich Company, Precision Video and Shimmy Shakti