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Dec 12th 8:00 pm - 1:00 am
Come join us Ghost Ranch for a fundraiser for the victims of the Philippines typhoon. All proceeds donated to UNICEF. Raffle prizes from local businesses including a 686 snowboard! Come out and support a great cause!
Dec 13th 7:00 pm - 1:30 am
Supervention, a documentary on modern skiing and snowboarding starts at 7pm, Salem will be taking the stage at 9pm. $10 for both film and band. To view the trailer for Supervention go to http://fieldproductions.com/projects/supervention More on Salem: Salem, from Breckenridge, CO, performs Todd Anders Johnson's socially-conscious compositions blending funk, hip-hop and electronica. Salem has been traveling with Risan Project tours which include Salem concerts, ski and snowboard film premiers and presentations from environmental organizations such as Protect Our Winters, the Nantucket Land Council and The Climate Project. Salem has played many competitive snow sports events like Tailgate Alaska, Winter X Games 12, the 48 Straight King of the Mountain in Sun Valley, the US Freeskiing Open, The US Snowboarding Grand Prix, the US Snowboarding VISA Cup, the Canadian Freeskiing Championships, the Breckenridge Spring Massive, the Keystone River Run Rocks and the Northface Masters of Snowboarding. Salem music is featured in Line skis promotional videos, the 2010 “Tailgate Alaska: The Movie”, the 2010 Teva Stand Up Paddling Educational DVD, Hiroyuki Yamada's 2009 “End of the Line”, Warren Miller's 2006 “Off the Grid”, the 2009 X Games After Party CD Compilation and the 2010 Bolder Boulder CD compilation “Salem unites seemingly disparate topics: global peace and powder shots. Salem is as much at home in Warren Miller’s film Off the Grid as it is participating in Bono’s global ‘One Campaign.’ Blending jazz, funk, spoken word and some Afro-Cuban beats, it makes crowds dance and think.” Katy Niner, Jackson Hole News and Guide “Salem's Todd Anders Johnson reinvented his band when he moved to Colorado a couple of years ago. His socially conscious reggae/Afro-influenced music has found a home in the ski and snowboard industry, as its soundtrack. After being featured on Warren Miller's "Off the Grid," he and band are touring with the athletes, playing X-Games last weekend, Copper's U.S. Freesking Tour and the Jeep King of the Mountain Tour.” Leslie Brefeld, Summit Daily News “Like Bono and Franti, Johnson utilizes his music to help create awareness. Masterfully weaving hip-hop, neo-soul, funk, jazz, and Afro-Cuban styles, Salem is bound to move and groove you.” Rebecca Thoreson, Telluride Daily Watch “Todd Anders Johnson can pound out mad beats while culling some tight lyrics, reaching that percussive Nirvana of five-part independence. Salem is certainly a band on the rise.” Jason Blevins, Denver Post “ Salem, a band with an eclectic mix of Hip-Hop, Funk and Afro-Cuban music, bridges that gap and creates a union between these genres. The end product is a groundbreaking and unique sound.” Spotlight story by Nicole Cormier, Colorado Music Buzz Magazine http://www.salem-music.com/
Dec 14th 9:30 pm - 1:30 am
Dec 15th - All Day
Closed for private event
Dec 20th 9:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Dec 27th 9:30 pm - 1:30 am
Dec 31st 9:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Biography Formed in Denver, Colorado, James and The Devil perform their own brand of music, best described as Rocky Mountain Fiddle Rock. Rhythm Guitarist & Lyricist, Jim Campbell, brings a unique element, providing a clever assortment of song writing, while equipped with a quick-tempo ed, intense, vocal performance. Leading the band on the Violin, David Ross, takes a progressive approach to his Fiddle-Style, drawing from years of traditional experience, and sawing on the strings to whatever genre is thrown his way. J & the D, Bassist, Adam Carpenter, holds down the low-end, with an extensive background in music theory, punching in, and pushing out sound- A slapping, singing, and dancing, machine. J&theD, Drummer, Matt Stoner, keeps the thunder thumping, metal crashing, and the people moving. A former producer, writer, and composer of the Rock Style. Lead Guitarist, Percussionist, and Jack-of-all-Instruments, Buz Crutchfield, bringing a multitude of live experience, joined J&theD to complete the 5-piece! J & The D dropped their much-awaited first full-length album Altitude Sickness in May 2011 to massive crowds throughout CO and large music festivals across the country. Their songs are for every demographic, old and young. Description James and The Devil perform their own brand of music, described as Rocky Mountain Fiddle Rock. They create an odd assortment of song writing, equipped with an intense, quick-tempo ed, vocal performance. The Electric Guitar and Fiddle take turns facing off, above a Rock-Solid Drum and Bass Section.
Jan 04th 9:30 pm - 1:00 am
Jan 10th 9:30 pm - 1:30 am
Being hailed as “Denver’s newest party band” is a hefty responsibility. Luckily, no task seems too great for Denver’s 11-piece afrobeat outfit, ATOMGA. Founded in 2011, ATOMGA is already a planet-sized force taking the scene by storm. Using afrobeat as its foundation, the band is not afraid to take chances while staying true to their authentic roots--and it’s working. When ATOMGA takes the stage, it depicts organized chaos at its finest. With every performance, you get a 4-piece power-packed horn section, a steadfast percussion trifecta, a deep-groving rhythm section, and solid, engaging vocals. Every show turns into a booty-shaking dance party that leaves audiences exhausted from moving, but still craving more. Over the past year, ATOMGA has supported Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, See-I (featuring members of Thievery Corporation), Juno What?!, The Pimps of Joytime and Balkan Beat Box to name a few. They have performed at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom, The Boulder Theater, Belly Up - Aspen, Ullrs Tavern, Summit Music Hall, Desert Rocks Music Festival and are already becoming a staple in the Colorado and regional festival circuit. ATOMGA has received positive acclaim from publications including Denver Westword, Reverb, and Listen Up Denver. ATOMGA continues to hone their craft with no inkling of complacency while continuing their “kick the audience in the face” momentum. With an unyielding desire to share the infectious energy their music has to offer, ATOMGA will continuously strive to connect your mind and body with your soul.
Jan 11th 9:30 pm - 1:30 am
Tiffany Christopher is a singer/songwriter/guitar rocker! She has a unique sound that pulls from many different genres of music. Her songwriting is both soothing and invigorating while the groove is rhythmic and strong. Her energy is captivating and her voice is undeniably stellar. With vocal influences as varied as Ella to Ani it is no wonder Christopher’s fans sport dreads just as often as button downs and ties. Moms come to dance with their daughters to the unique mixture of rock, pop and blues that Tiffany throws at you. With vivid imagery, smoldering sexuality, and impressive instrumental chops Christopher’s music will lull you into her arms then turn around and rock you. Aside from her wide-range vocals, one of the first things you notice when watching Tiffany perform is her expert ability on the guitar. Not many female songwriters sing beautiful songs while playing incredible guitar (acoustic or electric). She also plays ukulele, drums, bass, and keys, which come and go throughout her show. Tiffany has great rhythm and is an accomplished performer who holds nothing back. When the dynamic is strong, everything she does on stage pushes the audience to the edge of their seats. You can tell Tiffany is an experienced performer by the way she interacts with the crowd, and it is easy to see she is doing what she loves. She makes you feel like you are part of the show with her storytelling, off-the-cuff interaction, and her ability to stay loose even in an intimate setting. The emotion pours out of her from one song to the next, and you feel like you have really experienced something when you leave. Tiffany grew up on a horse ranch close to the Mississippi River in Galena, IL. Her father and brother played old country songs around the house while she was young, which she claims was the biggest inspiration for her to begin playing music. She played drums in the high school band, sang in choir, and was writing songs on the guitar at a very young age. Tiffany went to college at the School for Music Vocations in Creston, IA and upon graduation moved south to Springfield, MO. She formed a band and began touring nationally after independently releasing her first album, Alpha. Since then, she has released two more albums and recently put out her first music video featuring her new single, Salty Sweet. She has written over 100 songs. Tiffany has been performing non-stop since she was sixteen, while managing every aspect of her own music career. She is a self-taught recording engineer/producer, and looks forward to expanding her career in the music industry.
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