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Telling our Stories with Erik Lunde

April 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Join us for and intimate evening of music and Story telling in our beautiful lounge with great acoustics! Get to know the story of the musician and the music and feel the energetic connection in the room. A truly unique venue where we curate intimate Wonder!

Wander in and have a cocktail or glass of wine and some small eats before settling into a seat to enjoy the show.

TICKET PRICE INCLUDES - 2 cocktails or wine, small eats and intimate story telling at its finest.

This event is held monthly. Check out our calendar to see who is playing and when. We have limited space available so we recommend getting tickets early.


Telling Our Stories with Singer Songwriter - Erik Lunde

Colorado-based Folk Rock Singer-Songwriter Erik Lunde is a Poet & Songsmith with a captivating voice, evocative songs, and a compelling stage presence who "pens lyrics that are haunting and memorable poetry married with one of the widest arrays of melodies this areas knows." (Scene Magazine). The founder and frontman of the Lunde Station band, a staple on the Northern Colorado music scene over the past 7 years, Lunde has re-emerged as a singer-songwriter, performing under his own name, with a more stripped-down sound, and a newly completed full length album of songs entitled “Water From The Stone.”Lunde was raised in Mapleton, Wisconsin, a nowhere town of about 150 people and 2,000 cows. His parents were Norwegian Hippie Lutherans gone Southern Baptist, subsequently his earliest exposure to music was Old Protestant Hymns, Spirituals, Bluegrass and Gospel, as well as the Simon and Garfunkel, Elton John, and Bob Dylan records his parents hid in the closet. As a kid he loved both the Beatles and the Stones and refused to choose which was better. His greatest musical memory as a child was listening to Queen's "We Will Rock You" on a little green transistor radio as he hid in the bathroom in the dark to hide from the wrath of the Lord and his mom. Like a lot of shiftless Bohemian dilettante types he ran West to California a week after his high school graduation and came under the influence of Jim Morrison, Carlos Castaneda, Walt Whitman, and Jack Kerouac. He has been wandering and writing songs ever since. Sometimes when he is singing he thinks he is an old black woman, but the sound never comes out that way. He currently lives in Fort Collins, Colorado and plays whenever and wherever he can.



April 19
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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The Botanique Fort Collins


The Botanique
5100 E Hwy 14
Fort Collins, CO 80524 United States
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