An All Star Tribute to Alanis Morissette feat. Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), Shira Elias, Sammi Garett, Mikey Carubba, Taylor Shell (Turkuaz), Mike Tallman (Euforquestra), Sasha Brown w/ Chompers

An All Star Tribute to Alanis Morissette feat. Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), Shira Elias, Sammi Garett, Mikey Carubba, Taylor Shell (Turkuaz), Mike Tallman (Euforquestra), Sasha Brown w/ Chompers

Fri, March 1, 2019

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

$25 Day of Show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

Jennifer Hartswick
Jennifer Hartswick
Jennifer Hartswick is one of the most exciting performers in music today. She inspires audiences all over the world with her powerful voice and commanding trumpet playing. She exudes confidence and joy and brings her own refreshing spirit to the stage every time she performs.

Jennifer's live performances are renowned as spontaneous, joyful and contagious. Her natural charisma and sincerity shines through, and each performance is a celebration of musical collaboration; the camaraderie between Jennifer and her band mates is always visible. And whether she is wailing on the trumpet or singing an intimate vocal solo, her performance is all part of a single seamless instrument, one that is played not only with astounding technical proficiency, but also with sensitivity, conviction and heart.

The Jennifer Hartswick Band released their latest record, Ocean Floor last fall to rave reviews.

Hartswick has been an integral member of the Trey Anastasio Band since 2001 and you can find her performing with rock, jazz and gospel ensembles throughout the world.
Shira Elias
Shira Elias
Vocals/Percussion for Turkuaz
Sammi Garett
Sammi Garett
Vocals for Turkuaz
Mikey Carubba
Mikey Carubba
Drummer for Turkuaz
Taylor Shell
Taylor Shell
Bassist for Turkuaz
Mike Tallman
Mike Tallman
Since 2003, Mike Tallman has been making a name for himself on the American touring circuit as guitarist and band leader with Eufórquestra (originally formed in Iowa City, IA, the band relocated to Fort Collins, CO in the Summer of 2008). Tallman picked up the guitar at the age of 11 after discovering the music of Seattle and the grunge rock movement. From there he, like many young guitarists, discovered his dad’s record collection and dug deep in to the music of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and the Grateful Dead, among others. Over the years his growth as a musician led him to study jazz, funk, bluegrass and many international interests such as reggae, dub, afrobeat, soukous, and highlife. “Eufórquestra often gets asked how a bunch of guys from Iowa became interested in all these styles of music,” Tallman says, “and the only answer is that we are a group of seven people with broad musical tastes and we’ve always been willing to try anything. For us it’s all about playing music that makes people dance.”
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.
Chompers
Chompers
Everyone who is in Chompers met in kindergarten. This is where they learned to play improvisational music. Their teachers forced them to listen to everything from Smash Mouth to Phish. They endured rigorous experimental training methods. The drummer Jeremy was often locked inside of the kick drum of various funk bands until he absorbed their power. In second grade the band had their first major breakthrough when their song "Backsack" hit number one on the charts in Japan. Chompers began their first world tour at the start of the following summer break. They played 90 consecutive sold out arena shows. The tour came to an abrupt halt when their manager was arrested for transporting the young band across state lines while they were underaged. Following the arrest they decided to take a break to focus on their writing, after all they were not prepared what the rockstar lifestyle had in store for them. They moved into a secret base deep within the Rocky Mountains where they spent the next two decades developing their sound. Chompers finally remerged on June 9th, 2018 AD and to celebrate their arrival the wizards who control the calendar decided to restart the years. It is now year 1 TC (in the Time of Chompers). Catch them at a venue near you!
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/