Archive for the ‘Denver Music’ Category

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Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

New tracks are up from The Slowdown Lounge (these from April 6), which happens most Wednesdays at The Walnut Room in Denver from 5-8pm, and it’s free- (read more about it here).

Cellar Door 04062011 Set 1
Cellar Door 04062011 Set 2

These are long playing MP3 files. Clicking on the file will play it over the internet, while right clicking (ctrl + Click on mac) will download the file to your computer so you may keep it. This is also a better option if the internet is skipping or pausing during playback. Enjoy!

The music in these recordings is not rehearsed, and is improvised live on the spot, every week. We hope that they enhance your day as you do whatever you do- and if you dig it, we hope you’ll come down to The Slowdown Lounge and witness it yourself.

Cellar Door is comprised of Paul Riola: Saxophones, Electronics, Beats and Samples. Kim Stone: Bass. Yong Bakos: Keyboards
contact Cellar Door:

FOH Engineer: Will Umphrey

To find out when you can witness Cellar Door in person, check out The Walnut Room Calendar.

To access the archived recordings, go HERE

New Release: Jesse Manley “Devil’s Red” (Jesse Manley Music)

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Jesse Manley

Genre: Folk, Americana
Jesse Manley Music
For Listeners who like: Mason Jennings, Devandra Banhart
Digital Release Date: 04.26.2011
Digital Distribution: IRIS
Physical Distribution: Super D’s

About Jesse Manley:
Jesse Manley was born in Montana and spent his early childhood on an expansive ranch just north of Yellowstone National Park. Jesse’s musical style was shaped by the history and raw folklore of Montana, as well as listening to his father both play traditional folk music and recite Robert Service’s gritty tales of the west. In Jesse’s writing, one can hear the influence of his youth in the expansive tales of toil and love, as well as poetic verses exploring love, death, and God.

Jesse created his debut album collaborating with multi-instrumentalist and producer Dave Willey (Thinking Plague/Hamster Theatre)

In addition, Jesse is partnering with some of Denver’s most experienced and dynamic musicians to preview the album for audiences throughout Denver and Boulder.

Jesse will be performing live to celebrate the release of Devil’s Red on April 29, 2011 at The Walnut Room in Denver, with Radical Knitting Circle and Rachael Pollard.

Advance tickets can be purchased Here

For more information, or to receive a copy of Devil’s Red for review or airplay, please contact Randall Frazier:

Randall Frazier
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