Original acoustic music at the crossroads of Roots and Bluegrass 

from the wide open spaces of New Mexico

“Hard Road Trio was a big hit at High Mountain Hay Fever. Not only do they prove (if ever there were doubters) that you don't necessarily have to be from Boone County, NC, to make great music; but they are at once great folks to be around and great performers to have on your stage. They make any promoter look like a genius for booking them.” Ron Thomason, Chairman, High Mountain Hay Fever Board of Directors

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Bluegrass at the Audi

Broomfield Auditorium, 3 Community Park Road, Broomfield, CO

Great storytelling and instrumental virtuosity have been the Hard Road Trio’s calling card for eleven years. Based in New Mexico, the Trio has toured the US appearing at venues including Swallow Hill in Denver, and festivals including High Mountain Hay Fever. Their music has been played on radio stations across the country including Sirius Radio. Anne Luna, Bass And Vocals - Anne has taught on the faculty at Camp Bluegrass, and she's recorded with Joe Baxter, Alan Munde and Kenny Maines. Steve Smith, Mandolin, Vocals, Octave Mando - he's been on faculty Camp Bluegrass, and Colorado Roots Camp and has toured with Jim Hurst and Alan Munde - and appeared at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass and the Walnut Valley Festival. Chris Sanders, Guitar And Vocals. From her first big gig at Carnegie Hall and for the past 16 years touring as an acoustic musician, Chris brings her life-long dedication to music to every performance.