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Mountain Standard Time to Bring Fall Tour to the Fox Theatre, 11/15

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Mountain Standard Time to Bring Fall Tour to the Fox Theatre, 11/15

Z2 Entertainment will present Mountain Standard Time at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, November 15th, 2014. Tickets are on sale for $12.00 in advance or $15.00 day of show.

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign to build a recording studio and a summer that included Summer Camp Music Festival, Wakarusa Music Festival, Leftover Salmon's Rock & Ride Rendezvous and a Cervantes' Other Side July residency in Denver, Mountain Standard Time hits the road this fall in anticipation of the band's upcoming album, Highway Lines, due out this fall as well - more information on the album coming soon.

Fall tour takes MST's Rocky Mountain FreeGrass through Southwest Colorado and the front range of Colorado, including The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins with Fruition, the band's first appearance at Denver's The 1up Colfax, and the return to The Fox Theatre in Boulder. The band travels to the Midwest through Iowa, Chicago, Michigan and Minnesota's Harmony Park - Oaktoberfest.

Finally, tour rolls to the West Coast as MST covers Northern and Southern California through Halloween weekend, including Railroad Earth's Hangtown Halloween Ball and stops in San Francisco and Los Angeles, among others. Plus Mountain Standard Time will jump to Texas for Art Outside Festival.

For Mountain Standard Time, there is one focus: making good, honest music. The organic

process of expression-from heart to hands to ears-preserves the integrity of the finished product. While the band spends an exhaustive amount of time crafting and perfecting their material, they don't pay any mind to the rules and confines of genre. With elements of Bluegrass, Prog Rock, Latin and Americana, attempting to categorize the band can be challenging. MST coined the term "free grass" so that they could stop focusing on labeling their music and stick to what they do best: playing it.


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