Happy birthday, L.J. | AspenTimes.com

Happy birthday, L.J.

2. Sleight of Hand band mates Paul Boneau, Peter Thomas, Chris Lanter, Gary Moore and Peter Casson.

Earlier this month, longtime local Larry Jones celebrated his May birthday with a fun night out on the town. Sleight of Hand, an Aspen favorite band, played at Ryno’s for the special occasion, drawing a sizable crowd that was ready to get down. Surrounded by friends from over the years, the guest of honor was in high spirits as he hooted and hollered to tracks from Widespread Panic, the Grateful Dead and The Rolling Stones, along with Sleight of Hand originals. Check out L.J.’s favorite local band’s website for upcoming shows at http://www.soh4jam.com, and join him next time for a night out and about.

To send info, insight or invites, email allthewaymaymay@hotmail.com.

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