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1224 Washington St. Suite 200  
Golden CO 80401-1145  


  
 
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Upcoming Concerts
 

Rocky Mountain Jewgrass Purim Concert March 15, 2014

Doors open at 5:15p
Concert starts at 6p

Adults: 
$15 in advance
$18 day of show - by phone (303-588-1389) or at the door

Under 13: 
$8 in advance

$10 day of show - by phone (303-588-1389) or at the door

THIS SHOW IS AT B'NAI CHAIM SYNAGOGUE, 4716 South Coors Lane, Morrison, CO 80465. Tickets $15/18

www.rockymountainjewgrass.com  

Rocky Mountain JewgrassTM blends traditional bluegrass-style playing with Jewish themes and roots music. Saul Rosenthal (guitar), Gail deVore (fiddle), Eric Roberts (bass) and Ben Cohen (banjo, mandolin and whatever else is needed) bring a little picklin’ and grinnin’ and a high lonesome kvetch to their performances.


Dan Navarro

Friday, May 9, 2014

Doors open at 6:45p
Concert starts at 7:30p

$15 in advance
$18 day of show - by phone (303-588-1389) or at the door

www.dannavarro.com

As a songwriter for artists as diverse as Pat Benatar (the Grammy-nominated “We Belong”) , The Bangles, Jackson Browne, Keb’ Mo’, Dave Edmunds, The Tempatations, Dionne Warwick, Dutch superstar Marco Borsato, The Triplets, Austin outlaw legend Rusty Weir and many more...

As a recording and touring artist with longtime partner, Eric Lowen in the acclaimed acoustic duo Lowen & Navarro and since Eric’s retirement in 2009, as a solo singer-songwriter increasingly in demand on the national concert circuit...

As a singer and voice actor in major motion pictures, television series, commercials and recordings, including the smash hit The Lorax, plus Rock of Ages, Happy Feet (1 & 2), Rio (Oscar-nominated “Real In Rio”), Ice Age (2 & 3), Robots, The Mexican, The Emperor’s New Groove, Envy; television series Prison Break, Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show; recordings with Neil Young, Andrea Bocelli, Luis Miguel, Jose Feliciano, Susanna Hoffs and Jon Anderson of Yes; and commercials for Shakey’s Pizza, McDonald’s, Toyota, Coca-Cola, Honda, El Pollo Loco, Nationwide and hundreds of others...

As an activist in Washington on intellectual property, performer and songwriter issues, including testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Copyright Royalty Board on behalf of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, AFTRA,NARAS, BMI , SoundExchange and the musicFIRST Coalition...

As a volunteer on the elected and appointed boards of such vaunted musician and performer organizations as SAG-AFTRA, Folk Alliance, The California Songwriters Association and the Golden West Chapter of the ALS Association, fighting the neuromuscular disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease, which tragically took Eric Lowen’s life in 2012...

In 2009, after 22 years and 12 albums with Lowen & Navarro, Dan released the spirited “Live at McCabe’s”, backed by his pals from Austin-based Stonehoney. His next album, “Shed My Skin”, is slated for release in early 2014.

He is the father of a 17-year-old son and a known abuser of acoustic guitars.

 

Rebecca Folsom and Wendy Woo May 10, 2014

Doors open at 6:45p
Concert starts at 7:30p

Adults: 
$14 in advance
$17 day of show - by phone (303-588-1389) or at the door

Rebecca Folsom

www.rebeccafolsom.com

One of Denver’s favorite songwriter/musicians with an incredibly sultry voice

The light in her eyes must be what Rebecca Folsom is talking about when she says, “The untamed light is what lays hidden beneath all those layers of domesticated ‘sit and stay’ conditioning.” She laughs, and then adds, “Those are the layers I want to peel back, to reveal the Shine!”

It’s been written of Rebecca that her sound is sultry, but she might change that word and make it “soultry”. Performing for thousands at Red Rocks and before a packed house of 6,000 in Nashville sparked faith in her dreams, and forced her to admit that she was transcending her previously held self-conceptions. Her career path in music has been organic, growing from performances at local clubs and coffeehouses, to raising the bar during her international tour, playing on BBC in Northern Ireland..

Her songs invite us to reflect on life’s choices and dance with them. Whether she sings a cappella or with a full band is not the point for Rebecca. A true professional, she likes to shake things up to fit the situation, and to keep herself fresh. The important thing is that she wants us to care about the brilliance of this life. She wants us to remove whatever dulls us, to climb out of our inhibitions and, as she says, “Let’s be too much!”

Wendy Woo

www.wendywoo.com

Well-known local singer/songwriter

Wendy Woo's energetic personality, musical skills, and spirited songwriting have made her a media and fan favorite and have taken her to venues across the country including the Fox Theater and Red Rocks in Colorado, the Bitter End and the Living Room in New York, the Hotel Cafe in Los Angles, the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Sweetwater in Mill Valley, and Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia.

Wendy has released eight CDs, displaying a wide variety of styles. Angels in the Crowd (1997) is a collection of mellow jazz and folk-inspired ballads. Wide Awake and Dreaming (1999) is a full band production with funk and jazz rhythms. Ecolalia (2000) features Woo’s songs and acoustic guitar interwoven with her father’s poetry. Gonna Wear Red (2002) is a tightly produced series of rock tunes with touches of funk, blues, and folk. Walking the Skyline (2004) has songs in three genres: intimate solo acoustic; expansive upbeat pop/folk; and full band funk. Angels Laughing (2005) is a live solo acoustic album. Luxury (2007) is a mix of power pop, arena rock, and even some electronica influences. Saving Grace (2009) is an album of acoustic duets with Roch Hoch.

Wendy is s five-time winner of Westword’s Best Singer/Songwriter and is now in their Hall of Fame) and has been named best Boulder musician by The Boulder Weekly, best singer/songwriter by The Boulder Daily Camera, and best local artist by the Colorado Daily. As winner of the Colorado Lilith Fair Talent Search, she shared the stage with Sarah McLachlan and The Indigo Girls.

 


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9656 West Danzig Place
Littleton, CO 80127 

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