Rooted in the trajectory of west coast bluegrass, Hot Buttered Rum plays what has been described as California’s own acoustic music.HBR’s years of touring have given the band the chance to work and play with a wide cross-section of musicians, people like Peter Rowan, Phil Lesh, Chris Thile, Brett Dennen, and Robert Earl Keen.
Thanks to Mom Tricks reader Marissa, we have a great recommendation for hearing-impaired parents: The Summer Infant Babble Band! Snowmass Village and JAS have joined together since 1994 to give you a summer full of free concerts that everyone is sure to enjoy!Throughout the summer there is a wide variety of musical genres presented, everything from reggae to classical jazz. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed to be carried into the fenced in area, but beverages will be available for purchase in the fenced in area.“Unfortunately the funding has dwindled down to where we can no longer support this organization,” said A. Founded in the 1970’s by Fort Worth philanthropist Maurine Goodrich, the location provided services and referrals for a community with few resources. They’re living in a very silent world,” said volunteer David Edmondson. Edmondson, who was struggling with hearing loss later in life, met his wife Sharon there.“They were coming up with poor jobs, lesser pay, and we did everything we could to increase their standing,” said A. At the time, Sharon was volunteering at the front desk.MORE: 21 Things Every Mom Misses from When Their Kid Was Little You can watch the adorable video here: Hearing-impaired and deaf people live independent and fulfilling lives every day without such hearing aids and cochlear implants, but since the auditory nerve in baby Annabelle's brain functions perfectly well, it only took those two little pieces of plastic to unlock her hearing capabilities.