Wake Up and Live - A Bob Marley Tribute w/ Policulture, Denver Reggae Social Club (ft. members of John Brown's Body, Thievery Corporation, Dopapod, Motet, Tatanka, Euforquestra), Selecta C

6th Annual Bob Marley Birthday Celebration

Wake Up and Live - A Bob Marley Tribute w/ Policulture, Denver Reggae Social Club (ft. members of John Brown's Body, Thievery Corporation, Dopapod, Motet, Tatanka, Euforquestra), Selecta C

Tue, February 6, 2018

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

$10 Advance / $12 Day Of Show

This event is 16 and over

Wake Up And Live
Wake Up And Live
Denver guitarist and vocalist Dave Halchak decided to put together a group of musicians to celebrate the music of Bob Marley, and pay tribute to the songs by creating some exciting jams, and throwing one fine party. The result was a show in February of 2013 on Marley's Birthday. The chemistry of this newfound group in rehearsal plus the success of the show inspired this new concept for a tribute band: Wake Up & Live.

Wake Up & Live pushes the boundaries of your normal "tribute" band by taking the music of Bob Marley into uncharted improvisational moments. This and the stellar arrangements create a unique and powerful twist on the Marley catalog. After just a year, the Denver based band has already made their mark on the premier stages of Colorado.

Check them out on Facebook, ReverbNation, Soundcloud or LIVE!
The band features Dave Halchak on guitar and lead vocals, David Lott on lead guitar, Andrew Martin on keyboards, Nick Souder on drums, Neil Ross Hebbert on bass, LaSha Waldroup & Aubrie Hamrick on vocals. There are sometimes featured percussionists, horn players and additional sounds as well so be sure to check them out in your town soon!
Policulture
Policulture
Policulture is the six-piece Original Mountain Reggae band from Boulder, Colorado. Policulture emanates heavy drum and bass with roots rhythm, accompanied by a melodic horn section and conscious lyrics. Established in 2010 this group of musicians developed their foundation and continually evolves as a band. Policulture creates music to bridge the gap between generations and unite all under one sound.



In September of 2014 the band released their debut album “The Bridge” which depicts their journey as reggae musicians. Each song illustrates Policulture’s understanding that composition, improvisation, and simplicity must work in unison. Their message is created to enlighten, and their music made to move you.


Matt Niederhauser // Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Melodica

Kyle Jerome // Saxaphone, Backup Vocals, Percussion

Will Braden // Lead Guitar

Christopher Ball // Bass Guitar

Nick Sumner // Keyboards

Casey Theriot // Drums
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/