The Patti Fiasco
12:00am (Saturday) @ Aggie Theatre
Jet-fueled by powerhouse front woman Alysia Kraft, The Patti Fiasco rides the edge of emotional extreme, delivering a brash yet fiercely soulful brand of rock and roll with a heavy dose of rockabilly, blues, and ballad. At times raw and volatile, and at others, sweet and lilting, the band fuses a hard-rock swagger with the two-step of its Wyoming roots. It's the attitude of Joan Jett with a Steve Earle twang, the soul and slide of Bonnie Raitt,...
Mama Lenny and the Remedy
10:00pm (Friday) @ Aggie Theatre
There was a deep need in the Colorado music scene for driving soul and vintage rock; it was fulfilled when Mama Lenny and the Remedy burst out of the gates in 2012 with their double disc album "Punches and Hugs". While their initial album has been described as "Big, brassy, ballsy, bossy, bitchy, screaming R&B in a 2 cd debut", their sound is diverse enough to have allowed them to open for such acts as Alison...
12 Cents For Marvin
5:00pm (Saturday) @ Odell Brewing Co
11:00pm (Saturday) @ Aggie Theatre
Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, The Holler! presents a bluegrassy sound, rock n' roll personality and passionate vocals delivered with mountaintop exclamation. This quartet of prolific songwriters uses mandolin, guitar, bass, drums, and four bombastic baritone voices to create their Folkedelic sound. In the canyons of influence, with child-like eyes and wonder, these tone chasers relentlessly explore their roots in acoustic music and dramatic...
12:00am (Sunday) @ Aggie Theatre
In the powder keg that is the Fort Collins music scene, one band above all others threatens to make a spark. Self-described as an “American Revival Stomp Shake Ass Holla” band, Musketeer Gripweed is easily the most unique act to emerge from the Choice City, which has become a hotbed of creative energy the world doesn’t want to miss out on.
Equal parts roots rock, Delta blues, and performance art, a Musketeer Gripweed...
Danielle Ate the Sandwich
9:00pm (Saturday) @ Everyday Joe's
Danielle Ate the Sandwich is the stage name of the indie-folk, ukulele player and songwriter, Danielle Anderson. Her music career began modestly at open mic nights in Fort Collins, Colorado, and was unexpectedly jumpstarted by the popularity of her simple YouTube videos, that show off her ukulele, sweet vocals, thoughtful lyrics and unique personality. Danielle Ate the Sandwich has been touring nationally since 2009, cultivating a loyal and...
12:00am (Sunday) @ Hodi's Half Note
Blending strong lyrical and melodic influences from multiple genres, the four musicians comprising Post Paradise deliver an indie/alternative rock sound that is unique and memorable. Combined with a synchronized light show, Post Paradise bring a rock edge and reverberating beat to an underlying indie classical vibe, best showcased by the punctuation of the cello, played by Amy Morgan. Fusing the depth and beauty of the cello with singer/...
11:00pm (Friday) @ Hodi's Half Note
A stripped down, brazen rock and roll band from Colorado, accompanied by overdriven acoustic guitars and a trap kit. Inspired by Whitman's promise to "sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world," the Yawpers have created a sound that is equal parts frenetic, earnest, and menacing, all while bringing together disparate pieces of the American musical lexicon. Though less than three years old, the Yawpers have played over 350 shows on both...
The Honey Gitters
7:30pm (Friday) @ Avogadro's Number
The Honey Gitters is a Colorado Based Band with the following members in their line-up: Leland Leyba on drums, Micheal Acosta on Bass, Josh Beard on Banjo and Vocals and Greg Simms on Guitar and Vocals. Their music is classified as Pop/Rock/Americana, but the banjo adds a twist of twang to the movement. Honey Gitters original song writing can be classified as Americana with timeless character sketches and pearls of wisdom that could easily...
The Widow's Bane
10:00pm (Saturday) @ Aggie Theatre
The Widow's Bane sailed unhindered for three hundred years, laying to waste every ship that crossed its path while entertaining every pub in every port town in which it dropped anchor. That is, until they had the great misfortune of crossing paths with St. Gabriel and his ship, The Pale Horse. It was off the coast of Alaska where Gabe laid into The Widow's Bane with a vengeance. The Devil retreated into an abyss beneath the Bering Sea, while the...