Packed house for Stelth Ulvang

Castle Rock concert of Lumineers band member preceded Super Bowl

Posted 2/11/19

Stelth Ulvang may have worked as touring band member for The Lumineers since 2011, but he never stopped playing his own music — and the multi-instrumentalist brought his personal projects to Castle …

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Packed house for Stelth Ulvang

Castle Rock concert of Lumineers band member preceded Super Bowl

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Stelth Ulvang may have worked as touring band member for The Lumineers since 2011, but he never stopped playing his own music — and the multi-instrumentalist brought his personal projects to Castle Rock on Feb. 3 for a show at Maddie's Biergarten.

Ulvang released three albums in 2018, ranging from a more whimsical sound to darker content inspired by real-life experiences. The albums — two EPs and a full-length LP — are dubbed “Greetings from Perpetual Summer,” “And as Always the Infinite Cosmos” and “American Boredom.”

The Fort Collins native told Colorado Community Media while some music is rooted in his love for nature or based on past relationships, it also draws from experiences with serious issues, like losing friends to suicide or knowing loved ones who struggle with substance abuse.

Floyd Bacon, co-owner of Maddie's, said it was a packed house for the matinee show, which preceded the 2019 Super Bowl. Many concertgoers stayed into the evening to watch the game.

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