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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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Wild like the west, fine like an aged whiskey
Zoltan and the Fortune Tellers are indeed frisky
Songs about women and songs about cheese
They will play a march fit for a circus of fleas
Songs about pecans and songs about peeping Toms
Delusional dictators and amorous love songs
With a rotating carousel of only the finest musicians
They are wildly hilarious, smart, and efficient
A Jack of all trades, you will find Zoltan in movies
His musical antics are really a doozie
That is our story and we are sticking to it
Please contact us soon if you see fit!
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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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Steeped in tradition, The Stanleytones Bluegrass Band was formed in 1999. The band was named after the Stanley Brothers, Ralph and Carter, who played throughout the 50’s until Carter’s death in 1966.
Sticking to a sound reminiscent of the old days and singing around a single mic, their audience will be treated to original songs and timeless classics. Their passion for bluegrass is evident in their sound – hard drivin’ and traditional, the way it was meant to be!
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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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Pennies on the Track is a Colorado Front Range acoustic folk trio. Three singer/songwriters merge sweet vocal harmonies and versatile instrumentation into folk rock and blue grass barnburners, acoustic ballads and rock and roll. With original music and covers of some Americana’s greatest, the band brings something for everybody. The Pennies are Brian Good, Jack Keith and Neil Sperandeo, who met while playing in other groups, open mics and solo gigs. Now good friends as well as bandmates and collaborating songwriters, these guys play for the love of making music together, and that enjoyment reaches out to anyone listening.
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Andy Adams is an Oklahoma City based musician who has been performing around the City and State for over ten years. Vocally he possesses a wide spectrum of range and a variety of tone. He uses these aspects to add vivid and dramatic effect to enhance the mood and movement of the stories in his songs’. In combination with his guitar work this takes his narratives into enchanting tone poems. The authentic vocal commitment and scope of the narrative brings the listener out of the mundane and into a new world full of possibility.
Andy’s guitar techniques incorporate the essential Delta Blues style with a definitive Americana slant into a modern tradition of folkie fusion. The expanse of the rhythm spans the distance between the thunk of a chain gangs chuck and the winds’ long kiss as it whispers in the willows on a sultry summer night.
Many of his lyrical textures are literate self-contained accounts of everyday people with everyday problems. Each composition complete in soul and story in its own personal universe. Some of his more personal songs are boldly romantic in this time of shallow detachment and project a serious understanding of the love that makes relationships function without stress.
Andy Adams is an attractive bundle of talent. He can stand with the best vocally, as well as, on guitar, bass, harmonica.
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Jon Garson and Late for Supper evolved out of a three year Friday night jam which took place at Jon’s Boulder home called POS (pickin on the strings) around 2014. Jon had the vision for LFS based on what he calls a “fluid band model,” a couple of core members joined by a changing blend of other musicians. Fronted by Jon Garson on upright bass, guitar, and vocals, Late for Supper draws from a who’s who of Colorado roots music bands. Members of The Railsplitters, Masontown, Monocle Band, Road West, Halden Wofford & the Hi-Beams, The Western Flyers, Flat Five, The Matt Flinner Trio, are frequent staples of LFS gigs.
LFS is unique. It combines high level musicianship and high degree of fun, with an uncomplicated and low stress dynamic. LFS plays local venues, with front man Jon Garson also handling the bookings, sound equipment and other details. Many of these folks have played multiple LFS shows over the years in addition to holding their primary musical commitments, teaching music, and touring with their bands nationally and internationally. But above all they are friends, some for many years. Some have been in bands together. When their schedules allow, these excellent folks may take a Late for Supper gig. They embrace the opportunity to perform with pals they haven’t gigged with for some time, to connect in the way they love, through music, on stage together and, of course, in front of a appreciative audience.
Late for Supper plays locally around the Front Range and Denver and can be called upon for all types of events. From 3 to 5 pieces, you’ll hear LFS’s great harmonies, smooth licks and see their heartfelt camaraderie always!