Live Music at the Foxy Moms Expo

Flying W Wranglers

10:15 a.m., Heritage Ballroom

The Flying W Wranglers have been performing music for over 63 years, making them the second oldest Western Music group in the world. As you ride along with the Wranglers, you will experience the classic country, western swing and gospel music that we all grew up on, along with a bit of Cowboy wit. During their decades of playing, they have performed at some of the premier venues around the country including Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry.


Martini Shot acoustic set with Andy & Ryan

11:00 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the FOX Den (Carson Room)

THE MARTINI SHOT is a seven-piece, horn-powered, Pop-Rock cover and original band based out of Southern Colorado. The Martini Shot has released four original projects with major influences of Barenaked Ladies, Reel Big Fish, 311, and many others. The band’s covers are high energy pop tunes in which they add horns to give it the “Martini Shot flavor”. Recognized as Southern Colorado’s hottest band, The Martini Shot performs nearly every weekend throughout the year and are staples at local festivals and event series.


Dotsero

2 p.m., Heritage Ballroom

Taking their name from a small mountain town in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, DOTSERO means “Something Unique” according to Ute Native American legend to some. It means DOT-ZERO on the earliest geographical railroad maps to others, but to jazz fans worldwide DOTSERO means Contemporary Jazz at its best, full of life energy and spontaneity that few artists in the genre have been able to match. A no nonsense sax and guitar driven thrill ride of energy and excitement. As much fun to watch as they are to listen to. The band has performed at major jazz festivals; Red Rocks Amphitheatre, JVC Winter Park Jazz Fest, Jazz Trax Catalina Island Jazz Fest and The Cancun Jazz Festival, among others


Colorado Springs Conservatory

10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Summit Ballroom (various sessions)

The mission of the Colorado Springs Conservatory is to inspire, motivate, and challenge all students to aspire to their highest potential as artists and as human beings through arts immersion studies and community arts advocacy. Community outreach is a important part of life for conservatory students. Our jazz ensemble grants students the opportunity to gain real world experience by playing music throughout the community in a wide variety of settings.