2 Dog Tuesday: Denver Loft Sessions 0512: These bluesy, funky, rock and roll women will beg you to dance with an eclectic mix of rockin originals that include blues, classic rock and some groovin soul.
2 Dog Tuesday: Denver Loft Sessions 0512
These bluesy, funky, rock and roll women will beg you to dance with an eclectic mix of rockin originals that include blues, classic rock and some groovin soul.
Tokyo Rodeo: Denver Loft Sessions 0511
Tokyo Rodeo exists simply to rock the hell out of whoever is listening. Their original music is full of high energy, hard driving melodies and poetic lyrics. Combining their collective influences, they blend a mixture of hard-rock, punk, honky-tonk and soul, culminating in a pulse pounding punky-tonk power groove.
Andy Thomas’ Dust Heart: Denver Loft Sessions 0510
Music written by a new head but born from an old soul. It's raw and honest, but perfectly polished - it just sounds and feels right.
The Symbols: Denver Loft Sessions 0509
The Symbols were formed in a melting pot of blues/rock, urban funk, Motown, roots and soul revival. Don't miss the high-energy of this female fronted blues/funk/rock trio.
Six Foot Joe and The Red Hot Rhinos: Denver Loft Sessions 0508
Six Foot Joe and the Red Hot Rhinos soup up that old rock and roll beat with a fat horn sound to deliver a fun and energetic show.
The Wil Alston Band: Denver Loft Sessions 0507
The Denver-based Wil Alston Band specializes in classic and contemporary jazz sprinkled with a touch of soul. Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with the Wil Alston Band.
The Denver Loft Sessions celebrates the wearing of the green with Chancer's Hooley, one of the best Celtic bands on the Front Range. They play a blend of traditional Celtic with great classic rock around the edges.
Secret Creatures: Denver Loft Sessions 0505
Like sunrise paints the Colorado Mountains, the high-energy grooves from Secret Creatures are painting the Front Range with vibrant sounds. They bring unique musical backgrounds together to create soulful melodies, funky rhythms and driving beats all blended with a reggae twist.
The ThreadBarons: Denver Loft Sessions 0504
The ThreadBarons draw from folk, rock and roll, blues, honky tonk, and countless other styles, not thrown together, but carefully woven with vocal harmonies and affecting lyrics. "The ThreadBarons' moniker is a play on the word ‘threadbare,’ it fits the weathered Americana made by the Denver quartet..." - Jon Solomon, Westword Magazine