HELL’S BELLES are first and foremost dedicated AC/DC fanatics. This is what we all have in common. We’re all part of a huge community of devotees to one of the greatest rock-n-roll bands in the world. This is who we all are, and this is what HELL’S BELLES strives to deliver with mechanical precision and passionate fury. Endorsed by Angus Young himself (Blender Magazine, 2003), HELL’S BELLES are the closest one can get without actually moving to Australia and joining AC/DC’s road crew.
HELL’S BELLES – committed, ferocious, meticulous women rock musicians delivering authentic AC/DC to the unbelievably supportive and wicked awesome fans. All day and all night long, all over the world, pitch perfect AC/DC delivered with a highly charged vigor by Amber, Mandy, Judy, Lisa, Sharon and Adrian ‘Angus’ Conner.
Let there be rock!
A-Mac & The Height represents a unique musical experience of unity and adventurous fusion of genres. With hook-driven songwriting and a cohesive blend of reggae, hip-hop, funk and alternative rock, the group thrives on overcoming musical boundaries. Their immersive message and feel good energy has proven to bring together beautiful people from coast to coast.
After years of experiment and development, Alex Mackenzie-Low (a.k.a. A-Mac – Vocals & Guitar) has united his latest musical brotherhood, known as The Height. The band features six of Denver’s premiere musicians including Matt McElwain (Drums), Stephen Eski Edwards (Bass), Karl Rivers (Keyboards), Joey Bean (Saxophone & Vocals), Ted Kleist (Guitar & Vocals), and Jake Heym (Percussion). A-Mac & The Height continues to break the mold and expand impact over a wide range of music lovers.
Homemade Spaceship is the creative efforts of Multi instrumentalist Rob LeVere. Creating Outer Space inspired Electro Soul Funkstep Glitch hop what ever you want to call it by creating and layering his own recordings into a 100% original piece of music. Playing everything from Guitar to saxophone to Synth/Controllerism live, Each show is guaranteed to be a lively experience of Funk, Space, and Bass.
Ehren River Wright, aka SoDown, is a staple in the Colorado music scene. His first headline show was a huge success, selling out before doors. Thanks to a passionate fanbase, Ehren has quickly taken his music to a national stage, playing many festivals across the US. A SoDown set is not one to miss. Featuring live saxophone, Ehren takes the crowd on an intimate sensory adventure through space and time. His latest tracks include a wide array of musical talents, including his keen ear for sound design and production as well as his never ending dedication to organic instrumentation. Combining infinite influences, Ehren describes his music as an endlessly evolving medley of many different genres, culminating in a uniquely diverse style of bass music. 2016 has much promise, as SoDown continues to prove himself as one of the most dedicated and innovative acts in the game.
The North 41 is a dynamic blend of rock, funk and jazz, with the danceability of pop music and sophisticated musicianship that keeps you hanging on every solo. The Chicago based band has been winning fans all over the midwest, and even as far as the Colorado Rockies, since 2014.
In 2015, The North 41 released their first LP, “Dancing & Praying”. The album was broadcasted nationwide on college radio and featured locally on major commercial stations 93.1 FM XRT, Q101 and ABC 7’s “Windy City Live”.
The North 41 has headlined and packed some of Chicago’s premier venues and festivals including House of Blues, Lincoln Hall and Chicago Ale Festival in Grant Park.
Come help raise money to assist with medical bills for Sheila Curry’s recent illness. There will be 4 great local bands rocking all night long starting at 7 pm: Third Rail Rebel, Brian Smith Band, All About Me & a special appearance by the original line up of Loose Change, including Tom Schwall and Jeff Swoyer. Don’t miss this great night of music and fun for a great cause! Donations will be collected at the door.
Just outside the jazz mecca of Kansas City springs liberal oasis Lawrence, Kansasseparated only by the waves of wheat from the epicenter of the electronic music revolution in Colorado. From Lawrence, it would logically follow that an act could rise to prominence fueled by the swing of Basie, the birth of Charlie Parkers bebop, and the wild frontier of electronica. Born in funk and bred in the digital age, live electronic duo The Floozies have burst onto the scene at a time when the industry needed them the most.
Brothers Matt and Mark Hill share the stage just as easily as they share a musical brain. Without a setlist, and without a word between them, Matts guitar is in lockstep with the thud of Marks kick. Endless looping and production builds the raw scenery upon which palm muted chugs, searing solos, and wobbling bass paint their dazzling array of colors.
Well versed in everything from Chris Cornell to Kavinsky, the sonic vision shared by the brothers eschews contemporary electronic influences in favor of broader, deeper tastes including Zapp & Roger, Lettuce, and Amon Tobin. That wide-angle view of a century of popular music allows the Hills to remix Toto and The Deadin the music you can hear reverence for the giants of the past, all the while producing wildly futuristic tunes for the masses to dig now.
When the pendulum swung as far as it could away from live instrumentation to laptops, The Floozies rose up to the challenge, swinging as hard as they could in the other direction with neck-snapping, knee-breaking funk so dirty that the gatekeepers stood up, wiped themselves off, and took notice. A bold live show full of sonic exploration and unbreakably deep pocket grooves has landed the brothers on stage with luminaries of the jam world Umphreys McGee as readily as electronic elites STS9 and Big Gigantic. Sold out shows across the Country, huge festival appearances at Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, High Sierra, Summercamp, Wakarusa, Camp Bisco, Summerset, Bumbershoot, and headlining Red Rocks shows have continued to cement the duos ascent.
The Floozies are bringing the funk back, and theyre right on time.
Check out the latest from the undisputed kings of electro funk, 2017 album Funk Jesus.
Organ Freeman is like a traditional organ trio, only not. The three-piece composed of guitarist Erik Carlson, drummer Rob Humphreys, and organist Trevor Steer is also frequently called a jazz or funk or polka or jam band —these labels are also wrong. However, people have said that Organ Freeman has the best band name, and these people are probably right.
While the band takes its format from classic organ trios, Organ Freeman transcends this conventional classification. While primarily rooted in jazz and funk, the three-piece is unafraid to draw from other genres, sometimes working in propulsive drum ‘n’ bass beats or landing in hard and heavy guitar riffs. Made up of professional studio musicians in Los Angeles, the group came together with the goal to create as much sound as humanly possible from a trio. Rife with synths and layered sounds and no stranger to experimentation, the project has taken the idea of the organ trio and brought it into the future.
Known for their in-the-pocket grooves, tight-laced musicianship, and unrelenting energy, Organ Freeman has only just begun to break out. With the release of 2017’s critically acclaimed ‘Respect My Art’, the band further honed their progressive sound, pushing themselves to go bigger and expand upon their dynamic and fresh compositions. You can catch Organ Freeman on tour, at high-profile events like Summer Camp and The Peach Music Festival, or at iconic venues like The Capitol Theatre and Red Rocks.