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It’s an Acoustic Rock-Singalong with Captain Steve and his many musical friends as they set sail at City Star Brewing. They’ll play decades of familiar classic rock, pop and country with lyrics up on a BIG SCREEN. Sing along from your table or up front with the band!
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Alex and Amanda Jo are Deliberate Kin. They spent 2018 engaging a grassroots following, earning loyalty and praise. It’s a testament to what a genuine desire for connection can foster. Their live show evokes a bold range of emotions. It reminds you how vital of an instrument humanity can be. A positive energy radiates through their warm acoustic tones. This unique style lingers long after the lights have gone down. Satisfying. On track to double the number of shows performed last year, this duo is taking 2019 for a ride!
Alex & Amanda Jo successfully released their first album, Things Happen, over the winter.
A mosaic of raw emotions and beautiful stories, you’ll hear tasty guitar licks, percussive shuffles and smooth harmonies. These songs are lonesome folk with a bluegrass swing, driven by a groovy roots feel. There’s something for everyone here. Things Happen was produced by 9th Ward Pickin’ Parlor with additional instrumentation crafted by talented artists, Mike & Katie West Of Truckstop Honeymoon.
Check out the Tour Dates and you’ll catch this joyful duo in theaters, coffee shops, brew pubs, house concerts and festivals.
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A fun-loving band most easily described as a ‘90s Rock cover band, though Cable Ten’s repertoire covers every decade since the 1960s. From Tom Petty to U2, Queen to Green Day, The Beatles to Mumford & Sons, they’ve got something for all generations to enjoy. Cable Ten features Marc Kray on percussion, John Metcalf on guitar(s) and banjo, Duy Tran on vocals and guitar, and Eric Weedin slappa da bass. Ben Price is our resident sound guru.
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Rocky Mountain Battle of the Bands “Acoustic” winner, The Constant Tourists, play gypsy rock and mix Nate’s upbeat guitar lines and “smoky” vocals with Cassie’s old world influences vocally, on accordion, and trumpet lines. Their music will take you across the globe.
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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.
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Jeremy Mohney is swing, simply put. Nearly 90 years late to the game, he’s still swinging hard for dancers with his band, sax, singing voice and original compositions that all sound straight out of 1939. Each show is fresh and will leave you wondering what’s gonna happen next. All you’re sure of is that it will be solid in the groove.
As entertaining as he sounds, Mohney has proven it countless times. At home in CO at venues like Dazzle or the Mercury Cafe, he kills, as well as on his frequent tours which take him and his band all over the US. He recently came out with two digital albums, “Live at the Mercury Cafe” and “KGNU Air Checks”. They’re both available on all major sites, like iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify. Jeremy’s also starting a podcast which will feature he and his band’s playing, his original compositions, guests to play, sing, make us laugh and more.
Inspired by the home of our brewery, Jeremy composed “The Berthoud Bump”: click to listen.
jazz • swing
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Riley Ann and Sean Bennight are both active in their artistic communities through performing, teaching, and humanitarian arts initiatives. Their paths crossed officially onstage with ‘Mad Dog Blues’. Following their first performance together it was clear their musical styles were well aligned. Pulling from a diverse range of styles, they deliver an emotive and unparalleled multi-instrumental experience. Featuring sweet harmonies over originals and Old-time favorites, the duo sounds reminiscent of Mandolin Orange, Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings, and The Honey Dewdrops.