The Yawpers hail from Boulder, Colorado. They are mostly a rock and roll band but since there is a mandolin on a couple of songs I guess they get filed in the Country section. They aren’t country. If anything, there is a roots vibe that fits. They play acoustic guitars and have no bassist and don’t need or want one. A harmonica player was added a year or so ago to the lineup to round out the 4 piece. The sound is big and raw-the band makes a big sound by the drummer using two floor toms and huge kick drum.
Curtis Stigers returns to the Montrose Pavilion on Saturday, January 26, to celebrate KVNF and Hospice. The audience has been asking for his return since his performance nine years ago. Curtis, a modern Sinatra, takes a mix of standards and modern pop tunes and transforms them into swinging jazz tunes.
Wax Tailor could arguably be one of the best and most under rated DJ’s around. This complex and genius concept album demands your attention as it winds you up and draws you into its bad ass breaks and grooves. Sit down in a dark room and listen to this one by yourself!
Don’t let the name of the band fool you – this is a sweet album! Full of surprises with sounds reminiscent of Joy Division and The Avett Brothers. Put this CD on and listen to great music – from end to end.
Rock & Roll album of the year? The Heavy lay down a driving intensity in this CD - with multiple layers of rock and roll. Undercurrent vibes from Jack White, Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys and others as the album explodes with creativity. It’s funky, punky, jazzy, and makes me wanna ROCK & ROLL!