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XPoNential Music Festival 2010 Artist

Big Head Todd & The Monsters

Big Head Todd & The MonstersKnown for their powerful live performances and original sound, Big Head Todd and the Monsters formed in 1986 at the University of Colorado. Over the next few years, the band amassed a dedicated following throughout the Mountain States, gradually expanding their fan base to the West and eventually, throughout the country. By the time they released their platinum-selling album, Sister Sweetly, in 1993, the four-piece had become one of the most successful bands in America. Touring and releasing more recorded and live albums throughout the next 17 years, Todd and the Monsters today enjoy legions of loyal fans who eagerly await their show coming through town. Their latest available album is 2007's All the Love You Need, released on their own label, Big Records, but they have a new one entitled Rocksteady which will be released July 20, 2010.


Camden County
River Stage,

9:35 pm set time

Audio: listen Listen

Video: Watch Clip

Set List

1. Conquistador
2. Boom Boom
3. Broken Hearted Savior
4. Rocksteady
5. Bittersweet
6. Muhammad Ali
7. Smokestack Lightenin’
8. Fortune Teller
9. Beautiful
10. Her Own Kinda Woman
11. Beast of Burden
12. Leaving Song
13. Beautiful Rain
14. Circle
15. Black Betty


Known for their powerful live performances and original sound!






Current CD:

All the Love You Need


Big Records


Boulder, CO

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