Songs to rock out to on a Copper Mountain ski lift with Dirty Snowman Society
featuring artists like
Third Eye Blind • The Lumineers • lit • Nine Inch Nails • Dirty Snowman Society • Greta van Fleet • Weezer • Foo Fighters
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Dirty Snowman Society presents: Songs to rock out to on a Copper Mountain Ski Lift
Dirty Snowman Society never shies away from a tinge of hardcore: the Colorado-based band members are lovers of weather extremes, dangerous winter sports, and grungy rock n’ roll. Neither their lifestyle, nor their music, is for the faint of heart.
Just as the band combines infectiously energetic alt-rock and the psychedelic hues of classic rock, so does this playlist. With bravado and intensity perfect for a high energy outdoor lifestyle, Rocky Mountain High is meant to have the listener shaking a fist as they race down the slopes to the likes of Third Eye Blind, Foo Fighters, David Bowie, and all your fave hard rock legends.
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Modern vintage rock n’ roll band Dirty Snowman Society embodies rock’s halcyon arena aura. The five-piece band boasts a mythical presence, a mischievous swagger, and mountainous riffs as huge as the nearby Copper Mountain, Colorado snowy summits.
The band is headquartered in a high altitude and ruggedly rural region that receives 350 inches of snow yearly. It’s a haven for skiers, snow bunnies, and extreme winter sports enthusiasts. Weaving in and out of the retreat luxury and the challenging slopes is the five-piece group’s shadowy presence. The faint but feral roar of the band rehearsing wafts through the air. Its mascot, vocalist/drummer/ co-songwriter Frank Costantini’s dog, Ozzie, tags snowmen built by neighboring children by urinating on them. Rock n’ roll is alive and well, and still pissing people off.
Dirty Snowman Society, co-founded by guitarist/co-songwriter Chris Todoroff, furthers the classic rock continuum with contemporary touches of grunge and alt-rock; purple psychedelic hues; and sprinkles of sinewy world-beat grooves often courtesy of percussionist Bashiri Johnson (Sting, Aretha Franklin, Steve Winwood). Adding to the group’s mojo is a rural bravado informed by a vigorous outdoor lifestyle. Brand new drummer Perry Senn is a notorious touring musician and has shared the stage with the likes of Chuck Berry. The band has just released their second release, the EP Snow Blind.