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  • Huerfano County Fait Board

    Huerfano County Fait Board La Veta Colorado

    We invited Tumbling Dice to play at our 1 annual Dirt dance for our Huerfano County Fair August, 2014. We loved the band, the sound and their willingness to try something new with us. They let some of the 4H kids get on stage with them and sing and really included everyone. It was a great experience and we hope they will all come back to Huerfano County 4H Fair 2015!

    We invited Tumbling Dice to play at our 1 annual Dirt dance for our Huerfano County Fair August, 2014. We loved the band, the sound and their willingness to try something new with us. They let some of the 4H kids get on stage with them and sing and really included everyone. It was a great experience and we hope they will all come back to Huerfano County 4H Fair 2015!

  • The Boot Grill

    The Boot Grill Loveland, CO

    Friday, February 6: Tumbling Dice Tumbling Dice is back with a whole new sound, thanks to the amazing Sheryl Lynn! This country crooner has a voice that will blow you away. You find yourself turning to the stage in amazement- she can SING! Tumbling Dice is a lot of fun, great song selection and you will love it! Join us for a great night!

    Friday, February 6: Tumbling Dice
    Tumbling Dice is back with a whole new sound, thanks to the amazing Sheryl Lynn! This country crooner has a voice that will blow you away. You find yourself turning to the stage in amazement- she can SING! Tumbling Dice is a lot of fun, great song selection and you will love it! Join us for a great night!

  • LeShawn

    LeShawn Carey On‎ Saloon Colorado Springs, CO

    Thank you so much for a great performance this weekend. Love the new singer. Looking forward to having you back on the stage soon. — at Carey-On Saloon.

    Thank you so much for a great performance this weekend. Love the new singer. Looking forward to having you back on the stage soon.
    — at Carey-On Saloon.

  • Mathias

    Mathias Loveland, CO

    I saw Tumbling Dice at the Boot Grill on December 6th after our company Christmas party fizzled out. I don't go to many concerts but that show was by far the best live music I've experienced in a long time. Annie's got a set of pipes on her, that's for sure! I'll be back at the Boot the next time you guys play there.

    I saw Tumbling Dice at the Boot Grill on December 6th after our company Christmas party fizzled out. I don't go to many concerts but that show was by far the best live music I've experienced in a long time. Annie's got a set of pipes on her, that's for sure! I'll be back at the Boot the next time you guys play there.

  • Derrick Harper

    Derrick Harper Ft. Collins, CO

    Really enjoyed your band tonight at Sundance in Ft Collins. The band is top notch and your lady singer was simply amazing. Shout out to Tom, enjoyed meeting ya. Looking for ya to come back to the Fort.

    Really enjoyed your band tonight at Sundance in Ft Collins. The band is top notch and your lady singer was simply amazing. Shout out to Tom, enjoyed meeting ya. Looking for ya to come back to the Fort.

  • Betty Grumbein

    Betty Grumbein Denver CO

    Great time at Buckin' Harleys with Tumbling Dice. Great entertainment and dance music! Thanks!

    Great time at Buckin' Harleys with Tumbling Dice. Great entertainment and dance music! Thanks!

  • Shelby Haag

    Shelby Haag McCook NE Sales & Marketing Manager | McCook National Bank

    Tumbling Dice was a perfect selection for our outdoor community concert. The band was very professional and extremely accommodating, not to mention their music was great! They played a variety of songs that entertained our entire audience all night. The band was so easy to work with and was willing to do anything (including radio interviews and sharing sound equipment with an opening act!) just to make the event a success. Everyone who attended the concert had a great time and as the event coordinator, I had a wonderful experience working with them. I highly recommend Tumbling Dice!

    Tumbling Dice was a perfect selection for our outdoor community concert. The band was very professional and extremely accommodating, not to mention their music was great! They played a variety of songs that entertained our entire audience all night. The band was so easy to work with and was willing to do anything (including radio interviews and sharing sound equipment with an opening act!) just to make the event a success. Everyone who attended the concert had a great time and as the event coordinator, I had a wonderful experience working with them. I highly recommend Tumbling Dice!

  • John Lawton

    John Lawton Craig, Colorado

    Hey, Guys and Gal, Actually, that should be "Gal and Guys" as--I "hate to say it", guys, but--Annie's obviously the star of the show, which is probably why she thinks she can get away with being such a "trouble maker" . . . But, it's good trouble that you all make: Folks, I saw this wonderful band on 2012/06/16--just a week ago--after I'd seen two live-acts/cover-bands-of-big-'70s-and'80s-groups in an outdoor, loud, setting. As I only get to do this (listen live/outdoor) once a year, I get in as much music as I can during the day. So, . . . . . . having walked out on a three-piece band (not that they weren't good, not that I don't like jazz, I "walked" because their one vocalist sounded horrible) . . . . . . and . . . . . . having previously seen the poster for "Tumbling Dice" (and, being a rock-n-roll fan from age 3-4, when I first learned to twist in '59-'60), I was hoping for a Rolling Stones cover-band (I'm a huge Stones/The Who/Led Zeppelin type of guy.) What I got instead was a absolutely delightful, energetic, skillful, and highly-talented country band that ROCKS! People, this is the way country is supposed to be played, stirling vocals--both leads and harmonies, killer lead- and rhythm-guitars, fantastic keyboards, driving bass, and [deleted]-ass[ets] drums that pull it all together. This is country played like it was played back in the early '50s--minus all that '80s and later-Phil-Spectre-ish glamour-processing--when the only way you could tell a country band from a rock and roll band was the clothing, the lyrics, and the twang. Now, don't misunderstand: twang is a very good thing and these guys and gal have it. In abundance! This is quite simply one of the most musical, the most talented set of musicians--and obviously a very hard-working band (they have "day" jobs!!!)--that I've ever seen (in 56 years). I'd easily rate them in the top 20 or 30 live acts I've ever seen, and I've seen some "big", national-touring acts! Don't miss them! See them as much as you can. (Sadly, I'm on the other side of the state from where they play the most!) Tumbling Dice, I just loved y'all! John :)

    Hey, Guys and Gal,

    Actually, that should be "Gal and Guys" as--I "hate to say it", guys, but--Annie's obviously the star of the show, which is probably why she thinks she can get away with being such a "trouble maker" . . .

    But, it's good trouble that you all make:

    Folks, I saw this wonderful band on 2012/06/16--just a week ago--after I'd seen two live-acts/cover-bands-of-big-'70s-and'80s-groups in an outdoor, loud, setting. As I only get to do this (listen live/outdoor) once a year, I get in as much music as I can during the day. So, . . .

    . . . having walked out on a three-piece band (not that they weren't good, not that I don't like jazz, I "walked" because their one vocalist sounded horrible) . . .

    . . . and . . .

    . . . having previously seen the poster for "Tumbling Dice" (and, being a rock-n-roll fan from age 3-4, when I first learned to twist in '59-'60), I was hoping for a Rolling Stones cover-band (I'm a huge Stones/The Who/Led Zeppelin type of guy.) What I got instead was a absolutely delightful, energetic, skillful, and highly-talented country band that ROCKS!

    People, this is the way country is supposed to be played, stirling vocals--both leads and harmonies, killer lead- and rhythm-guitars, fantastic keyboards, driving bass, and [deleted]-ass[ets] drums that pull it all together.

    This is country played like it was played back in the early '50s--minus all that '80s and later-Phil-Spectre-ish glamour-processing--when the only way you could tell a country band from a rock and roll band was the clothing, the lyrics, and the twang.

    Now, don't misunderstand: twang is a very good thing and these guys and gal have it. In abundance!

    This is quite simply one of the most musical, the most talented set of musicians--and obviously a very hard-working band (they have "day" jobs!!!)--that I've ever seen (in 56 years). I'd easily rate them in the top 20 or 30 live acts I've ever seen, and I've seen some "big", national-touring acts!

    Don't miss them! See them as much as you can. (Sadly, I'm on the other side of the state from where they play the most!)

    Tumbling Dice, I just loved y'all!

    John smile

  • crystal

    crystal wheatridge colorado

    awesome band you guys all do a wonderful job!;)

    awesome band you guys all do a wonderful job!wink

  • Laurie

    Laurie

    Great band

    Great band