The Tomorrow People feat. Parris Fleming (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet), Isaac Teel (TAUK), Chris Beck (Jaden Carlson Band) w/ Fat Tuesday House Band feat. Casey Russell (Magic Beans), Will Trask (Analog Son), Sean Dandurand (Dandu), Alex Cazet

Live For Live Music Presents

The Tomorrow People feat. Parris Fleming (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet), Isaac Teel (TAUK), Chris Beck (Jaden Carlson Band) w/ Fat Tuesday House Band feat. Casey Russell (Magic Beans), Will Trask (Analog Son), Sean Dandurand (Dandu), Alex Cazet

Tue, August 20, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

ADVANCE = $10 /// DAY OF SHOW = $10 Before 9pm / $15 After 9pm

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

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$10 Advance

TICKET PRICE - WALK UP PRICING
$10 Before 9pm / $15 After 9 PM

The Tomorrow People
The Tomorrow People
The Tomorrow People are a Denver-based collective of creative minds combining hip-hop, funk, and soul into an immersive live display.


Members:
Parris Fleming (The Motet)
Garrett Sayers (The Motet)
Isaac Teel (Tauk)
Chris Beck (Jaden Carlson Band)
Parris Fleming
Parris Fleming
Trumpet for The Motet
Garrett Sayers
Garrett Sayers
Garrett began studying jazz on upright bass and bass
guitar starting at a young age. He gained experience
coming up in the renowned music program of Hall High
School, and the local Hartford, CT jazz scene.
In 1996, Garrett was selected to join the National
Grammy In The Schools Jazz Program, an honor awarded
to only 40 people.

From 1996 - 1999 Garrett attended the New England
Conservatory in Boston where he studied with jazz
greats: Cecil McBee, Bob Moses, and Danilo Perez and
graduated with a Jazz Performance Diploma.
In addition, Garrett was selected for the prestigious
Thelonious Monk School: Jazz at Aspen summer program
in 1997.

Shortly after arriving in Boston Garrett formed the
Miracle Orchestra with fellow music school peers. For
5 years the Miracle Orchestra toured the country
gaining a devoted national fan base, while also
maintaining a solid local following, earning them
accolades such as Boston Magazines Best of Boston
"Best Local Jazz Group". The Miracle Orchestra sold
out numerous shows at their local haunt The House of
Blues in Boston as well as the legendary Wetlands in
New York City. The Miracle Orchestra released two
studio albums: "Coalescence" and "Forks Bends &
Spoons", and a live album: "Live Vol. 1".

Garrett was a founding member of the award-winning
jazz ensemble Dead Cat Bounce led by Matthew Steckler,
who were voted Boston's Best Local Jazz Act at the
2002 Boston Music Awards, and were winner of Boston
Phoenix Best Music Poll 2001 and 2002 also in the
category of Best Local Jazz Act. Garrett performed
with Dead Cat Bounce between 1996 and 2002 and
released two albums with them: "Lucky By Association"
and "Legends of the Nar" (Chonsky).

Between '99 and '01 Garrett performed with Bob Moses'
Mozamba, along with Sam Kininger and Neil Evans
(Soulive) and (DJ) Mr. Rouke. Mozamba performed at
several festivals including an opening set at Phish's
Oswego festival.

In 2002 Garrett joined the Boulder, CO based group The
Motet and toured the country playing over 250 shows
and festivals per year. In 2006 The Motet played in
front of an estimated 10,000 people at Bonnaroo and
shortly there after Bass Player Magazine wrote a
feature profile about Garrett in October, 2006. In
2007 the Motet performed one special gig with
Christian McBride where Garrett and Christian traded
bass lines and solos throughout the night, a career
highlight. Garrett has released two albums with the
Motet: "Music for Life" and "Instrumental Dissent".

In 2006, Garrett had the great honor of subbing for
Kai Eckhardt in his band Garaj Mahal alongside Fareed
Haque, Eric Levy, and Alan Hertz.

After performing several times with keyboard wizard
Kyle Hollingsworth (String Cheese Incident), he asked
Garrett in 2007 to join a new project called Soleside
featuring Speech (Arrested Developement), DJ Logic,
and Chief Excel (Blackalicious).

Since the Fall of 2007 Garrett has been touring the
States, Europe and Japan with Koch recording artist
Dwele.

Garrett has also been featured with: Carl Thomas,
Loulou (Thievery Corporation), Marcus Eaton, Goodbye
Champion, magicgravy, Henry Butler, Russel Batiste
(The Funky Meters), Steve Perkins (Jane's Addiction),
Robert Walter, and Papa Mali.
Isaac Teel
Isaac Teel
HAILING FROM BROOKLYN, NY, ISAAC TEEL IS A MUSIC MAKING MACHINE. HAVING OVER 20 YEARS OF DRUMMING/MUSIC EXPERIENCE, HE HAS MASTERED THE ART OF PROFESSIONAL DRUMMING, PERFORMING IN OVER 2000 VENUES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND CANADA, INCLUDING THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN THEATER, RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATER, THE ROXY LA AND JONES BEACH THEATER. HIS NICKNAME/ STAGE NAME, MR. FUNKNASTY, GIVES A MERE GLIMPSE OF THE FUNKY HARD HITTING GROOVES THAT OOZE FROM BEHIND THE KIT.
MOLDING HIS GOSPEL ROOTS WITH STUDIES AT THE DRUMMERS COLLECTIVE IN NEW YORK CITY, HIS SKILLS EVOLVED IN TO A WELL-OILED PRODUCING AND RECORDING ARTIST. PERFECTING SUCH GENRES AS ROCK, R&B, AFRO-CUBAN, FUNK, AND HIPHOP. WINNING THE STORE FINALS IN NYC’S GUITARCENTER DRUMOFF TWO CONSECUTIVE YEARS 2006-2007, HIS NAME SPREAD AS ONE OF THE UP-AND-COMING YOUNG MUSICIANS HITTING THE NYC SCENE. HE HAS PLAYED WITH SUCH ARTISTS AS FABOLOUS, R&B ARTIST JON B, GOSPEL RECORDING ARTIST DORINDA CLARK COLE, AND A HOST OF OTHER TALENTED ARTISTS AND GROUPS.
NOW TOURING WITH HIS ROCK/FUSION BAND TAUK WHILE RECORDING HIS SOLO DEBUT ALBUM, HE BELIEVES THAT WITH THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF HARD WORK AND DISCIPLINE, ANYTHING CAN BE ACHIEVED. ISAAC LOVES TEACHING THE ART OF PERCUSSION AND DRUMMING TO ALL AND IS BLESSED TO CONTINUE LEARNING ALL HE CAN ABOUT MUSIC.
Chris Beck
Chris Beck
Keyboard Player for Jaden Carlson Band
Casey Russell
Casey Russell
Keyboards, Synth, Acoustic Banjo/Guitar, Vocals for the Magic Beans

The Magic Beans are a traveling band from Denver, CO set out to bring their unique, genre-blending music to the masses and inspire a good time. Their diverse songs move your mind, while tight grooves move your booty when they come to town or through the speakers. Drawing from a wide range of influences, The Magic Beans leave nothing off the table as they combine americana, funk, rock, and electronica into a one sound and sometimes even one composition. Their sound has been described as space funk, ameritronica, and groove grass. The group uses no pre-recorded tracks or samples in favor of a more traditional approach to music: original songwriting, diverse instrumentation, and continually pushing the envelope are what have set this group apart. Seamlessly combining acoustic roots music and traditional instruments with modern technology and electric dance music, The Magic Beans are as unique as their place of origin, the Colorado Rockies.
The Magic Beans have shared the stage with an eclectic group of musicians: ranging from members of String Cheese Incident, Lotus, Leftover Salmon, ALO, The Motet, to acts like Eliot Lipp, Railroad Earth, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Great American Taxi, Zac Deputy, Elephant Revival, Greensky Bluegrass, Split Lip Rayfield, Juno What, Papadosio, & The Werks just to name a few. They’ve performed over 200 shows as group across the nation in venues like; Ogden Theater, Boulder Theater, Mishawaka Amphitheater, Bluebird Theater, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Animas Theatre, Belly Up Aspen, the Cabooze, George’s Majestic, Parish austin, The Grenada, Gothic Theater, Funky Biscuit, State Bridge Amphitheater, Fox Theater, City Hall, 320South, The Eldo CB, Ghost Ranch Saloon, and many more across the country. The group has a full studio album and live shows available for free to fans at themagicbeans.bandcamp.com and has also put on two of their own festivals and participated in countless charity and benefit events. Look for the groups second studio effort, a double album, to be released early next year.
Will Trask
Will Trask
Drummer for Great American Taxi
Sean Dandurand
Sean Dandurand
Bassist for Dandu
Alex Cazet
Alex Cazet
Alex is a professional musician and educator in the Boulder/Denver area. He started playing saxophone at age ten, and began performing in extra curricular groups and studying privately while he was in high school. Every summer during this period he attended the Stanford Jazz workshop in Palo Alto, CA where he learned from some of the world’s greatest musicians.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/