Described as “High-Octane Rocky Mountain DanceGrass”, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) uses a simple recipe to craft it’s sound: start with bluegrass instrumentation, add drums, and finish with a boundary-less approach to grassing-up everything from disco house grooves to roots to Americana.

2018 – Westword Magazine – Named One of the 10 Best Colorado Bluegrass Artists alongside the legendary Hot Rize and Leftover Salmon.

2019 – LA Music Video Awards Winner of “Best Music Video” and “Most Dramatic Music Video”

“Whitewater Ramble effortlessly shifts scenery: just when you think you’re nicely settled in on a hay bale at the hoedown, there’ll be a hint of Latin-flavored vibe eased into the mix … and then they flip the blinker on to make a hard left into Memphis — or throw on their RayBans and get all late-night jazzbo on you.” — Relix

“Intense-funky-dance-grass is the most accurate description of Whitewater Ramble. It is not so easy to categorize this band, for they jam between distinct musical categories. Although one would believe impetuously that Whitewater’s style is simply bluegrass, a closer listen shows it to be quite complex and varied.” – Hittin’ The Note – Derek Siegel

“WWR have their feet planted in more than one world. More than two if you count such things and sometimes all at the same time! No matter which world you prefer; bluegrass, rock, electronica or the myriad combinations, WWR will take you there on a fantastic ride!” – Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth

“The pure energy emanating from this band is reason enough to fall madly in love from the first note” – The Spot Magazine


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Sad to see our brothers over at Grant Farm taking an indefinite hiatus. We have shared many bills and good times with these fellas and we understand the rigors of the road as well as anyone and know the hardship our love of music can bring. Wishing our buddies well today and can't wait to see what things they all get into next individually. Get out and see them while you can!Friends & Farmily, today we bring you news that is tinged with sorrow. This June, Grant Farm will begin an indefinite hiatus. This difficult decision is based on several factors, including the hardships of touring & making a living as we do, and each of us freeing the space to pursue other endeavors. We are grateful for your support, and hope to see you at one of our upcoming concerts, which will be the last opportunities in the foreseeable future. Our Music & Brotherhood will live on forever. We hope our albums and live recordings will remain a part of your lives. This is a hard business. As with many things in life, there comes a time to decide to keep pushing, or listen to the Universe and move on. There may come a time when we can present Grant Farm to you again, in a way that is sustainable and comfortable. For now, it’s Goodbye. Please keep an eye out for Kevin, Sean, Ace & Tyler, who will always be out there playing music.
Here are our final concert dates:
3/19 – Shakedown Bar Vail
3/20 – Gunnison Arts Center
3/21 – Boogie At The Broadmoor
3/25 – OP Rockwell Park City
3/28 – WWG Tahoe Grass After Dark
3/31 – Torch Club SAC
4/1 – Terrapin Crossroads
4/2 – Amado’s San Francisco
4/3 – Winston’s OB
4/4 – Flagstaff Brewing
4/5 – Mystic Hot Springs
4/8 – TBA Denver
4/10 – Big Sky Big Grass, MT
5/24 – TBA CO Springs Area
5/29-31 – Campout For The Cause
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