Caribou Mountain Collective
Caribou Mountain Collective Seeking mountains and proximity to the vibrant music scene of Boulder County, four bluegrass renegades were drawn to the ever-evolving folk traditions of the west. They convened at the foot of Caribou Ranch to carry on the rich history of Nederland acoustic music. They don't allow themselves to be pigeon holed as strictly a bluegrass band, keeping true to their influences of folk, blues, country, and jazz.

The four musicians of this group include Miles Perry (guitar); Dan Jo (banjo and mandolin); Curly Collins (upright bass and fiddle) and Alan Cooke (dobro). Each musician contributes vocals/harmonies and brings their own musical touch to the table in song writing and the composing of instrumental arrangements. Despite their expertise on their choice instruments, don't be surprised by their multitude of talents- swapping instruments is the rule, not the exception. Not only do these four musicians keep alive the traditional sounds of old time Appalachian mountain music, their diverse musical backgrounds create exciting medleys and unique lyrical storytelling.