Jun 27, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM

Day: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $8
Day Of Show Price: $8
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Branded Bandits
Branded Bandits formed in September of 2011 in Boulder Co. Lead by the unmatched chemistry of brother and sister John and Lulu Demtiro on guitar, bass and vocals and backed by the driving sounds of Tyler Sanderson on drums, this power trio utilizes classic rock influence to create their full-fledged signature sound. In March, they are set to release a 6 song EP, recorded at UI Sound Studios, and mastered by Brian "Big Bass" Gardner (Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Jack White, Them Crooked Vultures). Branded Bandits bring back that classic rock sound that is now lost, mixed with contemporary rock/blues creating an undeniably heavy sound compared to likes of Dead Weather, Sabbath, & Mountain.

Birch Street
Birch StreetAlthough they have been together for a little over a year, Birch Street has quickly become one of Denver’s most celebrated up-and-coming acts, racking up a win at the yearly Denver Hard Rock Battle Of The Bands a mere two months after their formation and playing at many reputable venues such as the Oriental Theatre and the Larimer Lounge. But behind these accolades lie a tight-knit quintet of long time friends with their own unique flavor of rock and roll blended with dirty blues and country soul. Their meaningful lyrics and musicianship evoke and transform the traditions of these genres in such a way that is celebrated by traditionalists and modern appreciators alike. The roots of Birch Street date back to their high school years, with friends Jake Langenhorst and Chad Macht singing in choir together. Over the years, the two often spoke of forming a band but it wasn't until mid 2011 that they finally decided to follow through, first recruiting drummer Cooper Leith. Having laid the foundations for the band, the search continued for more members while the trio wrote original material and rehearsed incessantly. The natural chemistry they found with keyboardist Sheldon Slater and lead guitarist Andy Burns allowed the band to grow fast, quickly gaining a reputation locally as an extremely talented and unique band.

Langenhorst’s talent is immediately evident as a frontman, with a strong tenor voice drawing comparisons to the likes of John Popper and Chris Robinson, with the passion and live energy of Brandon Boyd and Zack de la Rocha. Next is bassist Chad Macht, whose playing is quickly reminiscent of Flea in the way he builds funky bass lines while supporting the melody Jake is singing . Holding down the groove is Cooper Leith on set, a heavy hitting rocker like Bonham but with the soul and taste of Levon Helm, fitting like a glove with the bass. Alongside him is Slater, laying down organ solos and Elton-esque piano ballads but with the blues of Jerry Lee Lewis. Lastly, but surely not least, is rocker Andy Burns who, like Slater, brings the blues to the table with his playing clearly paying homage to the likes of Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Together, they work to create something bigger than themselves. Something that is clearly evident with every word they write and every note they play. Performing mostly original tunes at every show and writing new ones on a weekly basis, the Colorado born-and-raised quintet is eager to keep growing and push the boundaries of their music. Come to one show and you will witness the passion, talent, and strive that make Birch Street a major player in the music scene.


Paul Beveridge & Company
Paul Beveridge & Company

Paul Beveridge & Company is a six-piece Acoustic-Indie Rock band based out of Greeley, Colorado.

The band is comprised of Paul Beveridge, Tim Veilleux, Jesse Spencer, Brent Engel, Craig Basarich, and Tyler Wilcox. Since forming in April of 2011, PB&C has become one of the most requested and attended rock bands in Northern Colorado.

Paul Beveridge & Company delivers a fresh take on traditional indie rock. By incorporating flowing brass melodies and harmonies amidst a folk-feeling voice, with driving percussive rhythms and swelling guitar riffs, Paul Beveridge & Company’s music is sure to be unlike anything else you’ve heard. During live performances, PB&C prides themselves on their musicality and entertainment, giving the crowd loud auxiliary percussion break’s with five part harmony’s in contrast with the ability to be gentle and emotionally intimate with their music.

As a band, the guy’s want only one thing with their music; to inspire and encourage their listeners and fans to have the same love, enjoyment, and passion for their music as they do. Each song is deeply emotional to each of the members of the band, and it shows in their performance and musicianship.