Part & Parcel's Corduroy Classic ft. Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), members of Kitchen Dwellers, Analog Son, The Sweet Lillies, Sister Sparrow, Tenth Mountain Division, Matt Flaherty, w/ Liver Down The River - A Benefit for RIP Medical Debt

Cervantes' & Level Present

Part & Parcel's Corduroy Classic ft. Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), members of Kitchen Dwellers, Analog Son, The Sweet Lillies, Sister Sparrow, Tenth Mountain Division, Matt Flaherty, w/ Liver Down The River - A Benefit for RIP Medical Debt

Fri, November 16, 2018

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

$15 Day Of Show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

Benefitting: RIP Medical Debt

$1 of every ticket sold to this show goes to benefit RIP Medical Debt, a charity focused on purchasing and then forgiving medical debt for people living in the United States. For more information about this charity, CLICK HERE!

Part & Parcel
Part & Parcel
A tasteful mix of rock and folk with an upbeat bluegrass feel.

Brandon Jay - Guitar/Fiddle/Vocals - Jacob Moss - Guitar/Vocals - Mark Pietrovito - Mandolin/Vocals - Devon 'Tree' Lindsay - Drums - Evan Harris - Bass
Shawn Swain
Shawn Swain
Mandolinist from Kitchen Dwellers
Becca Bisque
Becca Bisque
Viola and vocals of The Sweet Lillies
Julie Gussaroff
Julie Gussaroff
Upright bass, mandolin, guitar and vocals of The Sweet Lillies
Melanie Sponselee
Melanie Sponselee
Lead vocals, percussion and guitar of The Sweet Lillies
Rachel Hollingsworth
Rachel Hollingsworth
Lead vocals of Boogie Mammoth
Campbell Thomas
Campbell Thomas
Keyboards and vocals of Tenth Mountain Division
Winston Heuga
Winston Heuga
Mandolin player for Tenth Mountain Division
Andrew Cooney
Andrew Cooney
Bass and vocals of Tenth Mountain Division
Emily Clark
Emily Clark
Influenced by artists such as; Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Susan Tedeschi, and The Allman Brothers, Emily is actively playing music in the Denver scene. Sharing the stage with the likes of Jeff Austin (Formerly Yonder Mnt String Band), Larry Keel, Oteil Burbridge (Allman Brothers), Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anatasio Band), Kyle Hollingsworth (The String Cheese Incident), Members of The Motet, Kung Fu, Roosevelt Collier, and Big Gigantic.
Matt Flaherty
Matt Flaherty
Guitarist for Hot Soup
Will Trask
Will Trask
Drummer for Great American Taxi
Sasha Brown
Sasha Brown
Sasha Brown is a guitarist and composer most-widely known for his work with Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, a band he was in from its inception until his final show with them at Irving Plaza in New York on Nov 12, 2016. While he was with the Dirty Birds, the band released 3 full-length studio albums, an EP, and a live concert DVD/double album. He toured extensively with the band – six years on the road for 250 days a year, performing over 1000 shows in 47 states, as well as in China, Guatemala, and Canada. The band performed everywhere from Madison Square Garden to the Fillmore in San Francisco, as well on the Today Show and NPR’s Tiny Desk, and was a fixture on the festival circuit — Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Mountain Jam, Summer Camp, and Firefly, among many others.
Liver Down the River
Liver Down the River
Liver Down The River is a six-piece jam style bluegrass group from the beautiful mountains of Durango, CO. The band incorporates elements of funk, rock, celtic, and Irish music into their sound. Their story began in the fall of 2012, when mandolin/harmonica player Patrick Storen met vocalist/guitar player Matt Granzow. The pair had an impromptu jam session in the Bader Snyder Dorm room of Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. Together they began experimenting with bluegrass music, and incorporated their eclectic styles on traditional Grateful Dead tunes. That day spawned a lifelong friendship between the pair, and before long they were picking together every afternoon.

Soon after, Emily Aguirre-Winter got word of these picking sessions and joined them with her fiddle and lead vocals. Aguirre-Winter brings her melodic vocal beauty to Liver Down The River’s music, and her classically trained musical background initiates refreshing and angelic textures to each creative composition. Aguirre-Winter adds a melodic flavor to the group with her songwriting craftsmanship, and ability to pinpoint harmonies and echoing call and response heard on songs like ‘Shot O’ Booze’ and ‘Murder Ballad’.

Over the next few months the trio enlisted the talent of drummer John Carter Colia, and bassist/vocalist Derek Abt. These additions allowed for more ambitious musical excursions, and a breakaway from traditional bluegrass instrumentation. Colia, the man that keeps the train from rolling off the tracks each night, is the driving force of the band. His approach to percussion allows for the band to dive into many different styles, wile maintaining a rhythmic flow. This driving force is complimented by Abt’s funky bass rhythms paving the pathway for the band to bend the rules of traditional bluegrass, and pioneer a sound of their own, which they call NewGrass. In 2014 the multi instrument virtuoso Tyler Rice was added to band on lead vocals, banjo, and keyboards. Having moved to Durango from Cumming, GA Rice quickly took on a key role as a remarkable songwriter for the band with enticing stories of the road and traveling experiences. With this addition, Liver Down The River was complete.

Experimenting with extended improvisational jamming and exploring a diverse range of musical genres, Liver Down The River brings new life to classic fiddle tunes and traditional bluegrass standards. Striving to write music that conveys the atmosphere and feeling of the Colorado way of life, Granzow’s lyrics connect with real life emotions and are easily relatable to anyone who listens. Granzow states, “Whether it be our high energy bluegrass tunes, extended jamming, or funk tunes—we are creating music that will last, and connect with the emotions of our audiences.” Fueled by the energy of their whiskey drinking and dancing audiences Liver Down The River creates a show full of magic and spontaneous surprises. Their high-energy performances and close interaction with their fans lead to the attraction of their dedicated fan base, known as the Liverfolk.

Liver Down The River will be releasing Liver Down The River EP on June 30th 2015, and will be celebrating the EP release with performances throughout the summer of 2015. Liver Down The River EP will be available for digital download on all major listening platforms, and will be available for purchase at all of their upcoming shows. Be sure to pick up a copy and catch Liver Down The River at a city near you! For a full listing of upcoming Liver Down The River shows please visit: http://liverdowntheriver.com/
Tim Carbone
Tim Carbone
After 34 years of experience creating music as an artist, songwriter, session musician and producer Tim says he may not be up to playing music live for the rest of his life but you will have to pry his dead, clammy hands off the mixing console. Safe to say producing records is his passion.

Mostly known nowadays as the violinist for the roots/jamband Railroad Earth, Tim produced his first record in 1986 and since then has lent his talents to records all around the United States.

As a producer Tim has helped create dozens of albums for some of todays leading, up and coming artists on the Jamband - Americana scene.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/