Salmon Migration Reaches Omaha

by | Jun 18, 2001

Leftover Slamon

Last night musical history was made at the Ranch Bowl in Omaha. Colorado jamband Leftover Salmon took the stage deep in daCorn for the first time ever. Considering they live in Boulder only eight hours from here, it’s hard to understand what took them so long. No matter, lost ground was more than made up phor as the band took the stage to a deafening roar of approval from the pleasantly phocussed Sunday night crowd. Salmon have three new members in the band, prominent among them, Bill McKay who used to play keys and sing daBlues for Derek Trucks Band. Bill treated the “Homey-Ha” faithful to a rousing rendition of “It Takes a Train to Cry,” by Dylan. Thanks Bill!