Grateful Bluegrass Boys w/ Boris Garcia, On The Patio: Arkansauce, Ley Line

Grass For That Ass & Be Hippy Presents

Grateful Bluegrass Boys w/ Boris Garcia, On The Patio: Arkansauce, Ley Line

Thu, August 9, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:15 pm

OVER 21 = $5 BEFORE 8 PM / $10 BETWEEN 8 PM AND 9 PM / $15 AFTER 9 PM /// UNDER 21 = $15 ALL NIGHT

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

Grateful Bluegrass Boys
Grateful Bluegrass Boys
Aaron Redner (fiddle, mandolin, vocal), Isaac Cantor (banjo), Sean Lehe (guitar, vocal), and Scotty Brown (bass) are members of the group.

Their primary mission is to get the audience singing and dancing along to beloved songs one might...or might not expect from a string band. Their first CD includes songs by Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Nash, The Eagles, and the Grateful Dead.

While the name of the band references the Grateful Dead, gratitude is at the core of the band. They feel incredibly fortunate to play music for people all over the country and keep their set lists fresh and diverse. Recent shows include music by Ray Charles, Dire Straits, Neil Young, the Cars and more!

The band also has a healthy respect for traditional Bluegrass and one can expect fiddle tunes and raucous Bluegrass songs.

The band fits in perfectly at Bluegrass Festivals, Jam Band festivals, and art centers and have appeal to a wide spectrum of ages.

They have shared the stage with Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Lukas Nelson, Bill Nershi, and many more incredible musicians.
Boris Garcia
Boris Garcia
“Outlaw Mystic” is how one reviewer defined the music of Boris Garcia,

“an intoxicating blend of Americana, Bluegrass and Jam”.

With strong songwriting fueled by fiery multi instrumentalists, Boris Garcia’s songs bend musical genres with whimsy , honesty and emotion. “Fusing Americana, Celtic, Bluegrass and Jam with pop sensibilities, “Boris Garcia is alone in it’s self created class” proclaimed Dirty Linen magazine. Currently in support of their 5th national radio release “Around Some Corner “ (produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth) , Boris Garcia has garnered both critical acclaim and national appeal on radio and stage.
Arkansauce
Arkansauce
Arkansauce is a genre-hopping, four piece string band from northwest Arkansas, bending the rules and blurring the lines between bluegrass, newgrass, folk, americana, country, blues, and funk. With a loyal following growing every day in the Natural State and along their tour routes, the band is proud to be stepping into a hard-driving sound unique to the Arkansas quartet.
The third album (If I Were You, released April 2017) of all original material finds the palate expanded with more complex melodies, intriguing rhythms, and hard-hitting hooks that leave the songs whirling around your head long after the listening experience.
The hard-working musicians are filling the calendar with upcoming appearances at premiere music festivals and venues in and around Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico, and Missouri.
The band’s roots go back to 2011 when founding members Ethan Bush, Zac Archuleta, and Stephen Jolly began writing together after becoming acquainted through mutual connections in the close-knit Fayetteville music scene. After a couple of years building a repertoire of original music and releasing their first album (Hambone) as a trio, they were joined by Tom Andersen on the upright bass and Adams Collins on the five-string banjo. The road-tested chops Andersen and Collins brought to the table helped to cultivate the mature, well-rounded sound needed to accommodate their sophomore release “All Day Long.”
An Arkansauce show is riddled with improvisational guitar, banjo, and mandolin leads, paired with powerful harmonies and heart-felt songwriting, all held together by deep foot-stompin' bass grooves. There’s an undeniably intimate connection between the band and their fans that's contagious and leaves everyone in front of, and on the stage wanting more. Arkansauce holds their head high, as they look forward to enjoying everything life and music has in store for them and their fans.
Ley Line
Ley Line
Rooted in rhythm, Ley Line transcends genres and languages. Dynamic harmonies run like a current through textures of stand up bass, guitar, ukulele and world percussion. Raised on the North American traditions of blues, folk, and soul and inspired by their world travels, Ley Line creates a global soundscape; blending influences from Brazil, Latin America and West Africa

In summer of 2017, the women of Ley Line traveled 3,000 miles across Brazil playing over thirty venues and gathering footage and inspiration for their upcoming album. The visual album to be released in fall of 2018 will incorporate original music and imagery inspired by the natural beauty, folklore and rich musical traditions of Brazil.

Ley Line is the musical merging of two duos. Austinites Kate Robberson and Emilie Basez met twin sisters Madeleine and Lydia Froncek at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in 2013. Since reuniting in Austin in 2015, Ley Line has been weaving together their individual journeys into a collective vision to unite audiences around the world.
Grass For That Ass
Grass For That Ass
Live Bluegrass Every Thursday at Cervantes' Other Side
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/