Avenhart w/ Taarka (Late Set), Ley Line (Late Set), Hazel Hue, Emery Adeline

Avenhart w/ Taarka (Late Set), Ley Line (Late Set), Hazel Hue, Emery Adeline

Sat, June 15, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$15 Day of Show

This event is 16 and over

Avenhart
Avenhart
Initially meeting as strangers at the CU Denver Bluegrass Ensemble led by Greg Garrison (Leftover Salmon, Punch Brothers) the members of Avenhart found an instant chemistry. Lead singer, Andrea Pares, soon came to the band with original content in hopes of projecting this organic love of music to another light. Finding inspiration with a drive to move them forward, they plan on utilizing their incredible synergy to flourish their newest creative endeavor and further their project.
Taarka
Taarka
Taarka seamlessly fuses brilliant instrumental chops with songwriting of great depth and creativity, cooking up musical “sustenance that stays with you long after you’ve pushed away from the table.” Adventurers through the many landscapes of music and true world travelers, veterans of 1000-year floods and veggie oil tour buses, David (voice, mandolin, guitar, and octave mandolin) and Enion Pelta-Tiller (voice, 5-string violin) spin stories and melodies that delight, inspire, and move all who listen.
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.
Hazel Hue
Hazel Hue
Tulip, Hazel Hue’s first album, is a stunning debut of original and old-time bluegrass music. Bridger Dunnagan (fiddle, mandolin, voice) and Alex Koukov (guitar, banjo, voice) weave together a sound that both harkens back to their centuries-old bluegrass roots, and revitalizes the tradition with an array of colorful new tones and textures. Tulip showcases the two artists’ exceptional musicianship, as they seamlessly transition between instruments and synchronize in perfect harmony. Their melancholy tenor voices, poignant lyrics, and instrumental mastery run together like watercolor paints, colliding in a rich sound that stands apart from any other in the bluegrass scene.
Emery Adeline
Emery Adeline
Emery Adeline has spent her twenty-four years of life with firm roots in the Colorado soil before moving to Nashville, Tennessee where she has lived for the past 6 years. Her powerful and honest storytelling comes through without fear in every word she writes. Each song becomes a snapshot of a moment in time that enables the listener to exist in her world. Emery finds home amongst like-minded strong and independent women Patty Griffin, Kacey Musgraves, and Sheryl Crow. Like these powerful female voices, Emery hopes to use her voice to drive and inspire the next generation of girls.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/