The title on Greta Gaines's business card is nothing short of a manifesto: "Rock Star Snowboard Queen Coming to a Town Near You." And the go-getting Ms. Gaines has the goods to back it up. She won the first Women's Snowboarding World Championship in 1992 and founded Wild Women Snowboarding Camps shortly thereafter. Now retired from professional competition, the rock star Gaines is shredding her way to a stage near you.
Velvet-lined heartache and subtle twists on country chic empower, Whiskey,” as 4x4 fantasies and down home dramas unfurl dark, tantalizing roots. Swaggering and galloping between temptations and addiction, Gaines’ rootsy revisionism seduces like tight jeans and steel-tipped boots - a little danger stirred into an inviting stew of solid chops and shiny, baited hooks.
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A Salute To Glen Campbell featuring Glen Campbell, Raul Malo, Jesse Dayton, Jason Ringenberg, Chuck Mead Jim Lauderdale and Dave Gonzalez.
Later that night, look for Greta to make an appearance at the closing night Hootenanny where there will be FREE fried chicken and waffles. Other performers include Shurman, Anne McCue, Travis Howard, Keith Gatis, Those Darlins Along with house Band - The Sin City All Stars.
Gaines has seen more success than many to be sure, with her music licensed to numerous television shows, appearing in movie soundtracks, and seeing some nice success on satellite radio. On Lighthouse & The Impossible Love Gaines she churns out another batch of good tunes that deserve to be heard