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“They have a sound reminiscent of the glory days of southern rock, but a unique approach that make them a formidable force in the 21st century.”

-Incubator Music

“Tenth Mountain Division takes some Widespread Panic inspired jams, and meshes them with Leftover Salmon-styled arrangements, and couples that with a hell-bent love for classic rock, soul and pub sing-alongs.”

-Marquee Magazine

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“They have a sound reminiscent of the glory days of southern rock, but a unique approach that make them a formidable force in the 21st century.”

-Incubator Music

“Tenth Mountain Division takes some Widespread Panic inspired jams, and meshes them with Leftover Salmon-styled arrangements, and couples that with a hell-bent love for classic rock, soul and pub sing-alongs.”

-Marquee Magazine

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LOCAL LISTEN – TENTH MOUNTAIN DIVISION OWNS THE “SKI ROCK” GENRE

Almost two years ago to the day we introduced you to Tenth Mountain Division, the up-and-coming jam rockers that “embodied the wild spirit of mountain towns,” and today we bring you news of their latest album set to release on September 28, In Good Company. When we first met the bluegrass-rock five-some, they were living in Boulder as Colorado University students and skillfully juggling their music with student life and all the goings-on in Boulder….

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PREMIERE: Hear A New Album From CO Favorites, Tenth Mountain Division, Before It’s Released Tomorrow

Upcoming Colorado jamgrass act Tenth Mountain Division has steadily been on the rise over the past few years, traveling the country from coast-to-coast in their beloved yellow school bus, Dorothy. Comprised of Winston Heuga (mandolin), MJ Ouimette (guitar), Campbell Thomas (keys), Tyler Gwynn (drums), and Andrew Cooney (bass), the five-piece has been dazzling venues, bars, festivals…..

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In Good Company

It’s no shock that bassist/vocalist Andrew Cooney once played guitar for a Motown Records singer-songwriter. The hefty amounts of blue-eyed soul that he contributes on tracks like “Django” and “Good Gravy” on Tenth Mountain Division’s sophomore release In Good Company stand out amidst the group’s electro-acoustic sound which gives unapologetic nods to the jam gods that have come before them. With Winston Heuga’s rhythmic mandolin playing taking over the spot that would normally be filled by a rhythm guitarist, Tenth Mountain Division takes some Widespread Panic inspired jams, and meshes them with Leftover Salmon-styled arrangements, and couples that with a hell-bent love for classic rock, soul and pub sing-alongs…….