Oakhurst w/ ClusterPluck, Hawthorne Roots

Oakhurst w/ ClusterPluck, Hawthorne Roots

Thu, January 18, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

OVER 21 = $5 Before 8 PM / $10 Between 8 PM and 9 PM / $15 After 9 PM /// UNDER 21 = $15 All Night

This event is 16 and over

Oakhurst
Oakhurst
Whether it's in front of thousands of festivarians, hundreds of friendly bar dancers, dozens of fellow pickers, or each other in the studio, Oakhurst leaves it all on the field. This quintet brings their stories to the stage in the form of pure energy and passion for acoustic music. With gifted percussion and a driving low end, the banjo, guitar, fiddle and vocals have all the space they need to tell you a story. Love, life, loss, and whiskey are likely to be the topic of the day- come on and jump in the get down for a spell.... The band spikes traditional bluegrass with rock & roll and a kamikaze rhythmic sensibility. That danceable concoction along with stringed shootouts, ringing harmonies, and citybilly swagger keeps the band in high demand. Oakhurst’s unpretentious, go-for-it interpretation of a genre that's roots are often handled reverently, sparks interest in bluegrass by folks who don’t know Doc Watson from Doc Holliday.
ClusterPluck
ClusterPluck
Americana's wild child, ClusterPluck, mixes bluegrass, folk, rock, and country into a hearty sonic stew. Throwing tradition aside, they utilize banjo, guitar, bass, violin, mandolin, and dobro. This four piece band from St. Louis produces an up-beat, grassy energy with a little country jam for listeners of all ages to savor.

ClusterPluck has released two full length albums: "ClusterPluck" (2013), and "The Open Road" (2014); followed by a 5 song E.P. in 2015 simply titled: "E.P." A new album to be released in early 2017.

ClusterPluck tours extensively through-out the US.
Grass For That Ass
Grass For That Ass
Live Bluegrass Every Thursday at Cervantes' Other Side
Hawthorne Roots
Hawthorne Roots
It is just about 1 month into 2017 and 2016 already feels like ages ago. One lesson we have learned as we navigate the world of independent artist development is how quickly days turn to weeks turn to months and before you know it, 2018 will be here. So as we plunge into the hectic season of writing, developing and booking for a crazy busy 2017 summer tour (some exciting venues and locations already in the works!) we want to give 2016 a proper review and share it with you all - the people that have made our growth possible through all of your support! We had the pleasure of sharing the stage with some amazing bands that span many different genres (just like our music does!) including The Wailers, Rising Appalachia, Robert Randolf and the Family Band, Bassnectar, Russ Liquid, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, The Good Time Travelers, Fruition, Tauk, Zach Deputy, Maxwell Hughes, Young the Giant, Lee Brice, Chase Bryant, Halfway to Hazard, Logan Brill and Montana grown bands including Laney Lou and The Bird Dogs, MOTH, The Kitchen Dwellers and Cure for the Common (check out the awesome video from Silver Cloud Campout of a Hawthorne Roots, CFTC and Kitchen Dwellers mash up below or on our video page!). We played on some amazing stages and traveled hundreds of miles beyond our own beautiful Gallatin Valley we are so lucky to call home. Each month brought us new challenges and opportunities that tested our commitment, resilience, and sometimes our bank accounts! We grew from our mistakes and relished in our successes including Bozeman's 2016 Best Folk Act 2 years running! Today, we look towards 2017 a little stronger, 12-months more seasoned and with more inspiration to share our music with the world. We could not have made 2016 possible without all the love and encouragement from our fans and for that we are so grateful! Much love and see you on the road somewhere in 2017! P.S. We also celebrate one year of an amazing partnership with Resounding Media, owned and operated by Sean Gannon. Sean spent the last 12 months documenting The Hawthorne Roots tour and is the master behind so many amazing moments captured on camera and film. Thanks Sean!
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/