Backwoods Riot Festival - Hosted by Mike Busey feat. Bezz Believe, Demun Jones, Seckond Chaynce, Twang & Round

Backwoods Riot Festival - Hosted by Mike Busey feat. Bezz Believe, Demun Jones, Seckond Chaynce, Twang & Round

Tue, August 7, 2018

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

$35 Day Of Show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

Mike Busey
Mike Busey
My name is Mike Busey I work in the entertainment business. Host Of The Wildest Show N America The Mike Busey Live Stage Show & Owner Of The Wildest House N America

I have been very lucky to have worked with some of the biggest names in the biz “Jackass, Three 6 Mafia, MTV, Girls Gone Wild, & Playboy to name a few….

“I got one foot in Hollywood the other foot in the dumpster!” Mike Busey

I am the proud owner & founder of the wildest home in America “The Sausage Castle” I have been evicted 5 times & counting…..

“If you got cancer call a doctor! If your looking for a good time call me!”
Mike Busey

My living room has seen over 50,000 people over the years…..
A place visited by all star athletes, actors, reality stars, rockstar musicians & the random dude who woks at the local gas station at my house you really never know who will show up!

“Most college kids have these lame keg parties, meanwhile I’m having firework displays and tour buses pulling up in my driveway.” Mike Busey

“I throw the parties that you see in the movies!” Mike Busey

I am a pioneer in live broadcasting over the world wide web. I host a Radio/web cast show “The Mike Busey Show”

“I look at it this way. You can’t be loved by everyone and thats ok. If 8 out 10 people hate me I’m gonna make the other 2 worship me.” Mike Busey
Bezz Believe
Bezz Believe
Creating influential real and true music that can appeal to the masses, while being relevant to the times.
Demun Jones
Demun Jones
DEMUN JONES has always had a way of keeping it real when it comes to the music he has written, recorded and performed throughout his career, but, that said, JONES COUNTY might well be the most genuine collection of songs that represents who the Georgia native is and certainly illustrates the place where he’s lived his entire life. Asked how the songs for his forthcoming solo project came about, Demun said, “I went out in my front yard and imagined what are they doing? What are they thinking? What are they going to do? What do I see?” Life in Jones County, which is just north of Macon, is southern and some, including the Jones family, will say they’re rednecks. They drive trucks. They fish and hunt. They like keeping things simple—sort of a what-you-see is what-you-get type of place. All the same, Jones County is what you hear and Demun is hoping people who are from there will respect and love his latest collection of 12 songs, while people who aren’t from around those parts will be “captivated by it and want to listen to it.” Demun – a nickname he earned at a young age because he was aggressive and energetic – was 10 years old when he was transfixed by the immergence of N.W.A. and how they represented their own hometown. He’s never forgotten how that seminal album affected a southern boy down in Georgia. He’s always wanted to do the same for Jones County. “I’ve had inspirations that cover the whole gamut of genres,” Demun said. His musical influences are not all southern or country. His oldest brother Chris introduced him to Led Zeppelin along with AC-DC and Black Sabbath, while his mother Cheryl introduced him to the likes of Marvin Gaye and other Motown acts, including James Brown and Michael Jackson. A ranch owned by Otis Redding is right down the road from where Jones grew up the son of a lifelong brick mason worker. He was the third of six children, who spent their hot summer days playing football in the front yard and frog hunting in a creek behind a hayfield that surrounded their modest home. His uncles introduced him to the southern rock soundscape of The Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Back then Demun wasn’t a singer, but he knew at a young age he wanted to do something musical. He started listening to hip hop and rap and was intrigued by breakdancing. That’s when he heard N.W.A. That album was about Compton, for Compton and the whole world took notice. It was a musical documentary – sort of a bird’s eye view of life – that Demun wanted to portray in his own autobiographical song selection for Jones County. “It gave me some hope that I could make my own music,” said Demun, who wrote his first song when he was 15. “It took a long time for me to realize I could make country music without singing the whole time and still be for the country person.” And that is exactly what Demun, whose vocal delivery is as intense as it is distinct, set out to accomplish with Jones County. The challenge was infusing his country inspired lyrics with hip hop grooves. Demun said the creative process often began with a drum beat or chord progression on the guitar, while – thematically speaking – each story was influenced by characters (friends, family and actual folks from the heart of Georgia) and the very experiences Demun had come across throughout his life growing up and living in Jones County, Georgia. “I tried to focus on music that was for people I grew up around,” he said. No song is more familiar to him on Jones County than I’m a Man, which he co-wrote with the guys from I4NI and Jon Conner. It’s about his father Ricky, 61, who has been laying bricks past 49 years. It’s about hard work, ethics and honesty, but, more importantly, Demun said, “He’s always wanted me to sing on a song and this is one of the first, you know what I’m saying, and it’s about him.” Demun added, “I had to do to it once I heard the demo and I did what I had to do to pull it off.” He’s already filmed a video for Tannerite – the lone fictional tale of what happens when some southern boys are playing with explosives and what occurs when they come across a Sasquatch – and Boondocks is another tune that’s all-too-familiar to Jones and a legion of rednecks that Jones County speaks to. It’s an actual place in Georgia, where Demun shot The Muddy Muddy video, in a 1,000-acre field in front of 5,000 people. “That’s when I really understood who I was speaking to with my direction,” said Demun, who went there to film a video and was so affect by the experience he wrote an entire song about it. It had rained all week leading up to the Fourth of July video shoot, but the weather was nice by show time and, of course, muddy. “It was redneck heaven,” Demun proclaimed. For Demun, Jones County is a great place to live and Jones County the album finally illustrates his evolution as a person – he’s married and the father of two girls, 3 and 4 – and as an artist. It’s all part of the freedom of expression that comes with writing songs for a solo project. “It came natural once the process started,” Demun concluded. “Jones County was the easiest album and the easiest songs I’ve written in my life.” These songs might have come naturally to him, but Demun has been playing music for a long time – including a 10-year stint as a member of Rehab – and it’s taken all that time for him to get to a point where he can write songs that represent his life as it is today. He extensively toured with Rehab band mate Danny Boone and co-wrote a lot of the Rehab material, including the critically acclaimed songs for Welcome Home. He also co-wrote Welcome 2 Jawga with the Jawga Boyz, who made an appearance on Jones County as do Charlie Farley, Bubba Sparxx and Locash Cowboys. Demun’s first mainstream credit as a songwriter came on title track of Colt Ford’s popular Ride Through the Country, which also featured John Michael Montgomery. - See more at:
Seckond Chaynce
Seckond Chaynce
Seckond Chaynce AKA
Trevor Thomas is a rapper/singer/song writer/creative based in Tampa Florida by way of Jacksonville Fl.

Seckond Chaynce has worked with Reach Records artist Kb, Tedashii and Dj Official.

He has opened for several big names in the music industry.

He is a community activist and a mentor to young men in the urban community.
He visits DJJ's all over the state to speak and encourage at risk youth.

Chaynce has put out several mixtapes and 2 full projects

Reloaded and Richochet
Twang & Round
Twang & Round
Take a couple of Kentucky boys that pursue music with an all-out passion, yet keep their craft real to life, and you get Twang and Round. With influences that span across every genre ranging from Creedence Clearwater Revival, Black Crows and Lynyrd Skynyrd to UGK, Outkast and Beastie Boys, just to name a few. You will find a bridge between these genres with the art created by Twang and Round, who make music because they truly love it.

The musical career of Vernon Roach (a.k.a "Kuntry Twang") and Brad Davis (a.k.a "Lil Round") began in their early teens with a mutual love of music, recording, producing and engineering. Discovering the ways that they complement each other they found that the style of music they create commanded one to listen closely.

Kuntry Twang:
Vernon Roach was born and raised in Kentucky where a large genre of music inspired him at an early age. He started singing in the church choir and as he grew, so did the influences surrounding him. With a rough upbringing right in the heart of Delafield, music was often a savior of a sense; an emotional outlet for the developing writer. Through poetry as well, when Kuntry Twang’s pen touched pad, magic ensued creating verse and prose that was true to life. He would go on to put these emotions into lyrics thus creating the songs that strike a chord with many.

Lil Round:
Brad Davis was also born and raised in the Kentucky heartland where family played an inspirational role in his career choice. Growing up listening to old time country and bluegrass on the radio, it seems Lil Round has always had an ear for music. Feeling the beat and rhythm of each and every musical bar he encountered fed his desire to make his own way in the world of music. Starting with recording his own beats on his MTV Music Generator, Lil Round’s talents progressed far beyond what other artists around him were accomplishing. In time, he would become the producer/engineer that up-and -coming artists grappled to work with, guaranteeing pristine sound quality and fire beats to be comparable to even the most professional of studios.

Although well versed in all ranges of music, Kuntry Twang and Lil Round's passion lies in Southern Rap, Hip Hop, Country and Rock, which is evident in their last three independent albums.

While the road to success thus far has been long, with many a mile spent pounding pavement, it is a dream that continues still. It lead them to sign with the Nashville label, Thirteen Skulls Entertainment, in 2017. Through hard work and determination, Twang and Round are sure to see their sought after dreams realized and continue to connect those long, winding roads from state to state…with music.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205