11:30 am - 12:45 pm Who's Thomas
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm Sam Gyllenhaal Band
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm Captain Quirk
4:45 pm - 6:00 pm Magoo the Band
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Sam Gyllenhaal Band
Taking the stage once more at Conifer Fest:
Who’s Thomas, a local rock band originally from Conifer, Colorado. Light Rock
Band members: Josh Wright (drums), Cameron Paul (vocals/guitar), Sam Cence (guitar), Charlie Cence (bass), and
Sammi Meyer (vocals/piano)
We play music spanning from the 60s to today. We are thrilled to be back home for the summer in our favorite place, making music for our favorite crowd.
Classic rock, blues, & soul.
A fun, quirky band based in Denver, Captain Quirk offers a mix of upbeat Rock and Motown, -- R&B, Soul & Blues, and a few oddities that made people say, “I haven’t heard that in forever. That’s awesome!”
From Nashville, the songwriting capital of the world. Harmony-driven Americana Pop.
The Sam Gyllenhaal Band has found the sweet spot. That place where rich three-part harmony and thoughtful, catchy songwriting come together - but it wasn’t easy to find. Sam has been writing, woodshedding, recording, and gigging over a span of 10 years that has included living in 3 cities, 5 or 6 day jobs, and hundreds of song demos.
Music has always been a big part of Sam's life, but he didn’t discover that he wanted to pursue music professionally until writing his first song in high school. Since that very first song, Sam has had a one-track mind; to make music he loves with the people he loves.
Joined by fellow singer/songwriter Alaina Stacey and long-time friend and bandmate Alex Schreiner on harmony vocals, the Sam Gyllenhaal Band officially came together in 2017. Their pop, rock, and country influences inspire their songs' cascading melodies, driving grooves, and vivid lyrics. The band likes to sing about life and love in motion - sometimes soaring, sometimes stumbling, but always moving forward.
New-grass / Bluegrass
Funds raised support Rotary programs serving our communities, including local grants, high school senior scholarships, RYLA/Young RYLA scholarships, and the 285 Backpack Project.