CAPLIVE: VINCE HERMAN OF LEFTOVER SALMON
Featuring special guest Airshow
Vince Herman is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He is famous as being one of the founders of Leftover Salmon. Herman was influenced by bluegrass music and was a fan of the Grateful Dead and other bands. His recent release, Enjoy the Ride, is his first solo release in a 30-plus year career of making records.
Starting the show is Airshow, a high-flying jam band from Nashville that’s sure to soar to the top of every music fan’s priority list this year.
Vince Herman is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist who is famous as being one of the founders of Leftover Salmon in 1989.
Over the years, Leftover Salmon grew steadily in popularity. The band combined musical styles and had an original sound. They were one of the original jam bands and influenced others, inspiring fellow musicians.
The band members went their own ways in 2005 but still reunited together to play again as Leftover Salmon. Herman established a new band called Great American Taxi, and they released their first album in 2007 and began to build up a fan base.
Herman has spent years touring extensively with both bands and still tours with Leftover Salmon. On New Year’s Eve 2019, Leftover Salmon celebrated its 30th anniversary. The book 30 Years of Festival by Tim Newby tells the history of the band. Herman lives in Boulder, Colorado.