Kitchen Dwellers cleaned out their archives on Friday by uploading a cache of covers to YouTube and Facebook. The Bozeman-bred slamgrass outfit shared takes on classic songs by John PrineThe Allman Brothers BandThe Infamous Stringdusters, and even Blink-182.

Several of the pro-shot live videos come from the band’s recently completed Galaxy Grass x Cosmic Country joint tour with Daniel Donato. One of the clips shows the rising Cosmic Country guitarist joining Kitchen Dwellers on the ABB classic “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” at Terminal West in Atlanta on October 14th.  More special guests abound in the slew of new Dwellers videos, with the group welcoming mandolinist Jesse Iaquinto and resonator guitarist Tommy Maher of Fireside Collective for a cover of The Infamous Stringdusters‘ “No More To Leave You Behind” at Salvage Station in the Collective’s hometown of Asheville, NC on October 13th.

The band also looked back on its Halloween show at Columbus, OH’s Woodlands Tavern, where the Galaxy Grass x Cosmic Country theme came full circle for a take on Blink-182’s “Aliens Exist”. Kitchen Dwellers even acknowledged the pop-punk powerhouse’s recent reunion with Tom DeLong (as well as the inflated prices for Blink’s reunion tour) on Facebook, writing, “Tickets for our west coast tour with Lindsay Lou in February are on sale now! And they’re much cheaper than Blink 182 tour We believe in Tom Delonge – here’s ‘Aliens Exist’ from 10/31 in Columbus, OH”.

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Finally, Kitchen Dwellers recalled their RiverWonderGrass odyssey with a take on John Prine’s “Paradise”. This rendition of the Singing Mailman’s ode to Kentucky was recorded amidst the bucolic splendor which accompanied the latest edition of the expedition music festival.

Check out an array of recent covers from Kitchen Dwellers. The band will reconvene for a three-night Colorado run December 1st–3rd before jetting off to Strings & Sol in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. For tickets and a full list of tour dates head here.

Kitchen Dwellers – “Paradise” (John Prine) (Live)

Kitchen Dwellers w/ Jesse Iaquinto, Tommy Maher – “No More To Leave You Behind” (The Infamous Stringdusters) – 10/13/22

Kitchen Dwellers w/ Daniel Donato – “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” (Allman Brothers Band) – 10/14/22

Kitchen Dwellers – “Aliens Exist” (Blink-182) – 10/31/22

On January 13th, 2023, Kitchen Dwellers will take part in the newly-expanded Denver Comes Alive. The first-ever two-night edition of the Mile High music marathon will begin with a bluegrass night featuring Kitchen Dwellers alongside Yonder Mountain String BandMaggie Rose, and a WinterWonderWomen superjam with Bridget Law (Elephant Revival), Lindsay Lou, Mimi Naja (Fruition), Megan Letts (Mama Magnolia), Emma Rose (Big Richard), and Michelle Pietrafitta (Banshee Tree).

The following day will see a funk takeover by Lettuce, The Word (featuring Robert Randolph, John Medeski, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, and Ray Ray Holloman), The Main Squeeze with auxiliary backing ensemble Pulp Friction (featuring Will Phillips, Adryon de León, Shira Elias, Parris Fleming, and Nick Gerlach), and Super Sonic Shorties with Nikki Glaspie (The Nth Power), Katty Rodriguez (Beyoncé), Tonya Sweets (Klymaxx/Lizzo), Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), Ella Feingold (Silk Sonic), Amy Bellamy (G. Love), and Erica Falls (Erica Falls Band).

Tickets for both nights of Denver Comes Alive 2023 are on sale now.