Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue feat. Rob Eaton (of Dark Star Orchestra) Plays The Best of Europe ’72 and beyond w/ Rum Creek, On The Patio: Sixty Minute Men

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Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue feat. Rob Eaton (of Dark Star Orchestra) Plays The Best of Europe ’72 and beyond w/ Rum Creek, On The Patio: Sixty Minute Men

Sat, August 25, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$20 Day Of Show

This event is 16 and over

Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue
Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue
Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue was formed in 2005 from the top players of the foremost Grateful Dead tribute bands in the Rocky Mountain region.

Based originally on a premise of player interchangeability to suit the situation, compatibility and success have coalesced the band into its present configuration. The band's forte lies in its faithful rendering of Grateful Dead material, both originals and covers, and the Grateful Dead's trademark style of improvisation.

Achieved through a careful balance of comprehension and execution of the more defined musical elements of the material with a fearless passion to connect with the elusive "X factor" that Jerry Garcia affectionately spoke of, RMGDR remains aligned with the Dead's creed of playing off the energy of the audience and making them an integral component of the overall dynamic.
Rum Creek
Rum Creek
This ain't Pappy's bluegrass .. when Chris Thompson & Nathan Peoples (of CORAL CREEK) team up with Erik Yates (of Hot Buttered Rum) and Adrian Engfer (The Grant Farm) you’re gonna hear something a bit out of the ordinary.

But when you hear that high lonesome saxo-fiddle soaring over the rolling banjo... you’ll be glad you found RUM CREEK.
Sixty Minute Men
Sixty Minute Men
Born June 15th, 1983, Nick grew up in the piney hills of North Louisiana. Musically inclined from a young age, Summers was influenced by the sounds of New Orleans, an eclectic blend of swamp rock, funk jazz, and the blues. Nick remained in Louisiana through high school and college, with music being a constant throughout the years. Summers moved to Austin, Texas shortly after college to join the nationally touring artist/band Papa Mali as drummer. He played with various other groups in Austin before moving to Boulder, Colorado to further his musical career. After experimenting with a few other bands, he was able to find his place in what would become The Sixty Minute Men.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/