Jam-packed lineup at Wheeler Opera House to play ‘Concert for Stewy’ | AspenTimes.com

Jam-packed lineup at Wheeler Opera House to play ‘Concert for Stewy’

More than two dozen local and regional musicians will take the stage at the Wheeler Opera House on Saturday to celebrate the life of Stewart Oksenhorn.

Three years after the beloved Aspen Times arts writer’s death, the Feb. 4 “Concert for Stewy” — produced by Wheeler Associates and Mountain Groove Productions — is honoring his legacy through the music of the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan.

Brothers Keeper — featuring local bassist Michael Jude and drummer John Michel — will act as the house band for an evening showcasing of Dylan and Dead tunes played by a who’s who of Aspen musicians. Among the players on the bill are Rob Eaton Jr., Mark Levin, Bobby Mason, Dan Sheridan, Suzzanne Paris, Jake Wolf, Steve Postell, Vid Weatherwax, Dave Harding, Amy Hass, Joe Kelly, Hap Harriman, Hayden Gregg, Dana Underwood, Bo and Vicky Hale, Alan Feldman and Spore Favore (John Carlin, Tommy Sherlock, Ryan Grow, Mark Sculco and Rob Dasaro).

Tickets are $25, available at the Wheeler Opera House box office and http://www.aspen showtix.com.

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