Alive After Five Lineup Includes Boise And Regional Musicians

May 8, 2013

Summer is right around the corner, now that Boise's Alive After Five Concert Series has been announced.

Local musician Grandma Kelsey will open for Ben Taylor on Aug. 7th.
Credit Lucas Swope

The concerts are in their 27th year, and will once again be held every Wednesday at the downtown's Grove Center beginning June 5.

A few local acts of note include Grandma Kelsey, a. k. a. Belle and Finn Riggins. Seattle rockers Pickwick will return after a well-received show at Treefort Music Fest, and Portland's Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside will showcase their femme-strong sound.

Here is the complete list of bands:

June 5: James Coberly Smith with LeAnne Town (opener), Curtis Salgado (headliner)

June 12: Ned Evett (opener), Patrick Sweany (headliner)

June 19: Steve Fulton (opener), The Iguanas (headliner)

June 26: Finn Riggins (opener), Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside (headliner)

July 3: The High Tone Music Show (opener), Tony Furtado (headliner)

July 10: Thomas Paul (opener), Pickwick (headliner)

July 17: a. k. a. Belle (opener), Dave Alvin (headliner)

July 24: Lee Penn Sky (opener), Too Slim & The Taildraggers (headliner)

July 31: Johnny Shoes (opener), The Derailers (headliner)

Aug. 7: Grandma Kelsey (opener), Ben Taylor (headliner)

Aug. 14: Jonathan Warren and The Billy Goats (opener), Clumsy Lovers (headliner)

Aug. 21: The Juke Daddys (opener), Chuck Prophet (headliner)

Aug. 28: Calico (opener), Polyrythmics (headliner)

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