Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado
Everyone is bracing for the Colorado heat this summer, not because of the dog days but because of the much-awaited Big Head Todd and Monsters concert at the magnificent Red Rocks Amphitheater on June 10. They will be playing their best hits and genre-defying songs such as "Circle," "Bittersweet," "Beast of Burden," "Turn the Light Out," and many more. In addition, one of the best soul/rock artists, Grace Potter, joins the lineup to add to the array of powerful performances the fans will love. The hometown legendary rock band always aims for a home run with their easygoing and spirited blues-influenced rock music when they perform at the famous open-air venue. That is why if you want to start the summer on a great note, you have to experience the once-in-a-lifetime music this band has to offer. All ears are on Big Head Todd and Monsters' upcoming concert, so buy tickets now before they sell out!
Big Head Todd and The Monsters is an American rock band known for their blend of blues, rock, and folk influences in their music. The band's original lineup consisted of Todd Park Mohr on guitar and vocals, Brian Nevin on drums, and Rob Squires on bass. Over the years, the band has undergone several lineup changes, but Mohr has remained a constant member and the band's primary songwriter.
Big Head Todd and The Monsters first came to prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s with their blues-influenced rock sound. Their first album, "Another Mayberry," was released in 1989 and featured the hit single "Flander's Fields." The band's breakout album, "Sister Sweetly," was released in 1993 and featured the hit singles "Circle" and "Broken Hearted Savior." The success of "Sister Sweetly" helped establish the band as a major player in the rock music scene, and they went on to tour extensively in support of the album.
Over the years, Big Head Todd and The Monsters have released several more albums, each with its own unique sound and style. They are known for their strong musicianship and Mohr's powerful, emotive vocals. The band has a dedicated fanbase that has followed them throughout their career and as they regularly tour.
On their tour this year, the Colorado rock band brings the summer heat early as they perform at the Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, Colorado, on Saturday, June 10. "Something that I Want" singer Grace Potter will join in on the fun, bringing her unique rock style. Tickets are now available!