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Friday & Saturday we have the FabulOus Boogienauts!!! Ten pieces of FuNk coming at you.
Check the calendar, or Facebook for current bands. It changes every day so check back often!!
Don’t miss this show!!!
Hailing from Denver, Colorado, Native Color blends elements of early 2000’s alternative rock with classic sounds of the 70’s. Formed in Summer 2015, the band has already played some of Denver’s most popular club venues such as The Other Side, Larimer Lounge and The Roxy Theater. Influenced by artists like The Strokes, Pink Floyd and The Libertines, Native Color’s energetic sound is ready to travel the airwaves starting with their first single out now, “American Wasteland”.
Evanoff is the musical experience created by Parker Oberholzer, Jake Hall, and JJ Evanoff from Boulder, Colorado. The high-energy trio blends together a tasteful mix of classic rock and contemporary dance music, to create a genre they call “Dream Rock”. Evanoff has been fine tuning their distinct rock influenced sound and soulfully incorporating it within the ever-growing EDM scene, in the hope to bring rock music back into the spotlight, as it should be…
Whilst the act originally started as JJ Evanoff’s solo project, it didn’t take long before it blossomed into a live ensemble incorporating Oberholzer on Bass, and Hall on drums, both of which JJ met in school at the University of Colorado Denver. JJ’s guitar melodies act as the vocalist for the group, and guide the listener on an emotional and spiritual journey, while Hall’s groovy rhythms and Oberholzer’s face melting slap bass skills keep the crowd moving, all night long.
In a musical world scene saturated by EDM and Jam-bands, Evanoff will give you a fresh perspective on what the musical world might be like if the greats such as Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix were still around.
Plan Be is an all original band haling from the hamlet community of Crestone, CO. They play a form of Gypsy Mountain Rock whose melodic ascensions and rhythmic thump alongside searing lyrics of the good life, the strife of life, and the fellowship with the earth will keep you going all night long. Some people have also called this music Trance Bluegrass.
Singer/songwriter and guitar player Adam Kinney comes originally from Texas where early musical influences of Nirvana and Tom Petty meshed with dreams of being a rock star. This has led to scores of songs that audiences can easily identify with and sing along, as they speak to the common struggles and joys of family, work, and striving to be a better person.
Arizona-born chopmaster Jacob Pesqueira plays the banjo like no other. Tuned GDAE and played with a guitar pick, the mesh of rhythm and melody find a perfect and infectious balance. Jacob was given a guitar by his father at age 10 and since has evolved intuitively with not only the guitar, but also mandolin, didgeridoo, and in the last few years, banjo. His influences include Django Reinhardt, Gypsy Kings, and Santana.
Plan Be’s kick drum, hi-hat, snare, and bass come from Nick Chambers. A native Coloradoan, he was influenced by an older brother to start playing the drum kit at age 10. He was playing in Denver bars at 16 and in college lived with jazz musicians whose influence of time, avant garde cadence, and funk have never left. Combining foot percussion with the electric bass is like a cerebrally-implanted metronome, allowing each to be simple yet powerful. He still plays and is influenced by traditional Irish music, be bop jazz, and funk.
Celebrate with Mo’ Champipple and the Miso Horns!! Crafted especially for you indulgence, we present this colossal concoction of players from The Lazy Aliens Blues Band and Groove Farmers.
November 27th & 28th ! Right after the parade!!
Two Faces West is a unique “crankin’ electric blues” group that was founded in the small, beautiful mountain town of Gunnison, Colorado. Guitarist/vocalist Kurt Ashmore, bassist Quinn Bryant, and drummer Mick Knudsen, established a tight three-piece power trio over their years at Western State Colorado University, with a goal of sharing there unique rockin’ mountain sound with the world. The group recorded and released their first self-produced EP titled “Gunni Town Blues” on May 9th 2015. It tells their musical story of life in this bittersweet mountain town.
The group has made their presence well-known on the Western Slope of Colorado, playing in several different cities and sharing the stage with many notable acts such as Gramatik, The Grant Farm, Yamn, and the Magic Beans. With the completion of college under their belts by Spring 2015, Two of the Faces are heading to the Mile High City, joined by new bass player Caden Kramer, to continue writing and performing. With vast musical backgrounds and influences, TFW is a blend of genres, ranging from blues and rock to jazz and funk. From raging guitar riffs, to guitar loops, piano oldies, bass solos, and saxophones, the versatility of this group will keep you guessing all night long