Eric Krasno & Son Little with The Assembly band | a premier music venue in downtown Fort Collins

Eric Krasno & Son Little with The Assembly band

Friday, February 18
Show | 8:30pm // Doors | 7:30pm
$25
We will only be accepting proof of full vaccination for Covid-19 into this show. Masks will still be required for entry and the duration of the event but a negative COVID test will not be accepted for admittance to this show. Masks will also be required for entry and the duration of the event. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to this policy.


Eric Krasno & Son Little with The Assembly Band


Eric Krasno

Very few things last forever. Family does though. In the face of trauma, trials, and tribulations, it weathers every storm. Eric Krasno consecrates, commends, and celebrates the permanence of family on his fourth full-length solo offering, Always. The Soulive and Lettuce co-founder, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and two-time Grammy Award-winning songwriter-producer defines himself as not only an artist but also as a husband, father, and man across these ten tracks with inimitable instrumentation, eloquent songcraft, and raw honestly.

Son Little

aloha, the latest album from Son Little, the musical nom de plume of LA’s Aaron Earl Livingston, is available now. As previewed with the release of the invisible EP and early single, “hey rose,” which The New York Times described as comprising “bluesy distorted guitar chords, a hint of Latin rhythm and perhaps a distant echo of the Zombies’ ‘Time of the Season’,” aloha blends classic soul and old-school R&B into a timeless swirl fueled by gritty instrumental virtuosity and raw, raspy vocals. Recorded at Paris’s iconic Studios Ferber with producer Renaud Letang (Feist, Manu Chao), aloha is Little’s first album to be recorded with an outside producer. The result is his boldest, most self-assured statement yet. It’s an ambitious work of vision and reflection, and an ecstatic testament to the freedom that comes from trusting the currents of life to carry you where you belong.