Steamboat Locals

Steamboat Locals provides one location to find your favorite podcasts about entertainment and life in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Interested in the amazing personalities that make our community so special? Our valley produces and attracts the best of the best in their respective fields, and yet many are so humble about it that you would never know it if you were sitting right next to them. We highlight these amazing people that are so extraordinary in some many ways in ”Common Folk In The Boat”. Or, if you’re a music fan, you know how Steamboat is able to attract incredible artists to our wide variety of venues. Check out ”Steamboat Sound Check” to hear from musicians you know well, and familiarize yourself with musicians you should know better! Beyond our own internally produced podcasts, we are working with other local podcasters who want more ears listening to their content! It’s all things Steamboat in one place!

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22 hours ago

This episode features the dynamic band Easy Honey. Recorded live at the Dusky Grouse Coffee Shop on July 19, 2024, this interview coincides with the release of Easy Honey’s new album, Cupidity Unlimited, and their concert later that night at Schmiggity's. Easy Honey, known for their energetic blend of East Coast surf rock and modern indie, has been captivating audiences with their unique sound and compelling performances. Originating from Sewanee: The University of the South, the band has honed their craft through relentless touring and creative exploration. Eli has a candid conversation with band members Selby Austin and Darby McGlone, delving into their journey from college basements to national tours. The two co-frontmen for Easy Honey share insights into their songwriting process, the influences behind their latest releases, and the experiences that have shaped their unique sound.

Thursday Jul 11, 2024

Eli Campbell sits down with Tahrah Cohen and Chris Deangelis from The Machine Performs Pink Floyd, the premier Pink Floyd tribute band. With over 30 years of touring experience, The Machine has captivated audiences worldwide with their authentic renditions of Pink Floyd's iconic music. In this episode, Tahrah and Chris share the band's rich history, their journey to becoming the ultimate Pink Floyd experience, and what fans can expect at their upcoming performance at the Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series on July 20th. Get ready to explore the mesmerizing world of The Machine and their dedication to keeping the legacy of Pink Floyd alive.

Thursday Jul 04, 2024

The Fetcher name has been prominent in Steamboat Springs, Colorado since the 1940's.  Jay Fetcher, the youngest son of Steamboat Ski Resort co-founder John Fetcher, has innumerable stories to tell about his family's significant contributions to the local community and agricultural sector. He is a dedicated rancher who has been actively involved in managing and preserving agricultural lands in the Yampa Valley.His efforts have earned him respect and admiration from his peers and the residents of Steamboat Springs.

Tuesday Jul 02, 2024

As the Steep Canyon Rangers get set to dazzle at the Strings Music Pavilion, Barrett Smith sat down to chat with Eli Campbell about the band's history and their vision for the future.
Bluegrass enthusiasts and music lovers alike, mark your calendars for an unforgettable night with the Steep Canyon Rangers at the Strings Music Pavilion. On July 19th, this Grammy Award-winning band will bring their unique blend of bluegrass, folk, and Americana to Steamboat Springs, promising an evening filled with energetic performances and soulful melodies.
The Steep Canyon Rangers have carved a niche for themselves in the music world with their innovative approach to traditional bluegrass. Known for their tight harmonies, masterful musicianship, and engaging stage presence, the band has garnered a loyal following. Their collaboration with comedian and banjoist Steve Martin has further elevated their profile, bringing their music to a broader audience.
The Strings Music Pavilion, renowned for its superb acoustics and intimate setting, provides the perfect backdrop for the Rangers' vibrant sound. Located in the picturesque Steamboat Springs, the venue offers an ideal setting to enjoy live music, with the natural beauty of the surroundings enhancing the concert experience.
Tickets for the Steep Canyon Rangers' performance are on sale now. Don't miss this opportunity to witness one of the leading bands in bluegrass today. Whether you're a longtime fan or new to their music, this concert is sure to be a highlight of the summer season.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Strings Music Festival website.

Monday Jul 01, 2024

In this episode Kyle and Matt are joined by Denver comic Chet Tilly to tlk about their show at Schmiggity's as well as a totally safe trip down the Yampa River! Topics also include the great debate of ice cream on sticks vs cones, and everyones favorite subject: Drugs. 

Steamboat Comedy (Ep. 115)

Monday Jun 17, 2024

Monday Jun 17, 2024

In this episode Kyle and Matt are back after a mud season break with a new pod! Topics also include fathers day, Kyle's reality show ambitions, and Steamboat's new Ski simulator! 

Thursday Jun 06, 2024

Brought to you by Ski Haus, the Steamboat Locals choice for "Everything Under One Roof"!
Ski Haus believes there is no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear. Head to Ski Haus to get all the gear you need for your next outdoor adventure, no matter the forecast!
Temperatures to cool toward eighty degrees by Sunday
Temperatures reached the mid and upper eighties early this Thursday afternoon in Steamboat Springs, but have cooled a bit thanks to a passing shower near the Steamboat Ski Resort that left no measurable rain. Today will likely be the warmest day through the weekend while Sunday will likely be the coolest with high temperatures only reaching around eighty degrees. Shower chances are highest on Friday and decrease considerably for the weekend.
A stout ridge of high pressure extending from the Mexican Plateau through the Intermountain West toward the Arctic Circle is sandwiched between areas of low pressure over the Gulf of Alaska and Hudson Bay. None of these features will move much through the weekend, leaving our area under the influence of subtle features moving southward through the jet stream.
One such feature is a wave of energy currently moving through Montana that is forecast to graze our area on Friday. High temperatures will drop a few degrees toward the mid-eighties along with the best chance for showers through the weekend. However, moisture is limited, so generally only meager precipitation amounts are expected, but a localized thunderstorm could produce brief moderate to heavy rain along with gusty winds.
Slightly drier air behind the eave will bring a degree or two of cooling for Saturday even as slim afternoon and evening shower chances persist.
The Gulf of Alaska low pressure area is forecast to move across the Gulf of Alaska through the weekend, squeezing and amplifying the ridge of high pressure over the Intermountain West. Fortunately, our area will be on the eastern side of this ridge, allowing cool air from the north spinning around the Hudson Bay vortex to drop our high temperature on Sunday toward eighty degrees, almost five degrees below our average of 84 F and our first below-average day in almost two weeks.
There is dry air lurking underneath the ridge of high pressure centered to our west, and it is not clear yet if that will be close enough on Sunday for another day with only slim shower chances.
Not much change in the jet stream is forecast until later in the work week as the Gulf of Alaska storm makes landfall around Vancouver and pushes the ridge of high pressure eastward, perhaps opening the door to some monsoonal moisture from the southwest on the backside of the ridge. So enjoy the pleasant weekend, and check back to my next regularly scheduled weather narrative on Sunday afternoon for more details about that possible pattern change.

Monday Apr 15, 2024

To close out Springalicious weekend at the Steamboat Resort, we were treated with an incredible concert from The Wailers! After the concert, Eli had the opportunity to talk to Aston Barrett Jr. and Carl about being out on tour to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of The Legend album from Bob Marley . They talk about the generational staying power of reggae music, as well as what it meant to Aston Barrett Jr. to be able to play the part of his father in this year's "One Love" movie!

Tuesday Mar 26, 2024

Before her appearance in Steamboat for the Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert on March 30th, Maggie Rose chats with us about her early days in music as a member, being thrust into the country music industry upon moving to Nashville, and then claiming her own identity and her own voice. Not only does she show off a powerful voice through her music, but she has become a powerful voice for defending musician's rights in the modern world of music by taking steps to ensure AI does not take the human element out of future musical performances. With her visit to Steamboat in 2020 being the first victim of the Covid shutdowns, she is excited to bring her music to the base of the ski area four years later!
Maggie Rose is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter who dreamed up her own unbridled collision of rock n’roll, soul, folk, funk, and R&B. After years of honing her chops and making her name as a force-of-nature vocalist, Rose’s live experiences include opening for Heart and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and touring as direct support for Kelly Clarkson. She has made festival appearances at Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Fest and Austin City Limits, and has taken the stage at The Grand Ole Opry over 75 times.

Wednesday Mar 20, 2024

In this episode, we sit down with Town Hall Co. CEO Robin Hall. Town Hall produces high quality, sustainable winter apparel designed to help your kids find joy outside, and stay comfortable for longer. Robin talks about how this company was born from a "turning lemons into lemonade" type of situation. When SmartWool decided to move their offices out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, two soon-to-be-former employees met with another Steamboat Springs resident to figure out their next steps. Robin talks about how, out of that meeting, the idea to create better quality and more sustainably sourced winter clothing for kids was conceived. She also reflects on how a company that started in March 2020 (the beginning of the Covid shutdowns) was able to not just persevere, but to grow in four short years into a brand that is now recognized one of the top children's winter apparel makers by TIME. Find Town Hall online at

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