The Cody Sisters Band
3131 Walnut St.
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
The Cody Sisters Band
Their music falls from the clouds like a soft warm rain and in an instant thunders down like a Colorado storm. Audiences are left emotional, inspired, and exhilarated all at the same time. The soft sister harmonies remind the crowd of a simpler, slower time. As the show builds, the award winning sound of their guitars, mandolins, banjos, and bass will fill the hall such that the audience is swimming in roaring river of perfect sound. These are just three musicians, but their almost entirely acoustic sound is the feeling of a full orchestra. Seeing the Cody Sisters Band is an experience. These young women and their bass player fuse so many different influences, it’s often difficult to define them. The Cody Sisters experience blends Old Time, Swing, Gypsy Jazz, Jazz, Folk, and Modern Bluegrass together in a completely unique sound that stays with the audiences for weeks to come. Their original songs and sound always leaves a lasting impression. Not simply a family band by any stretch of the imagination. Any bio of the Cody Sisters would be remiss if their chief roadie ‘Heather’ wasn’t mentioned. While not on stage, her influence provides the perfect grounding for this unique sound.
Knight is the kind of songwriter who cuts straight through the bullshit to uncover the essence of where we come from, who we are, and where we are going. Wielding formidable guitar ability and a background in songwriting, performance, and a thorough study of world music, he crafts relatable stories and performs them as emotional dispatchesfrom the road.
Through his studies in Anthropology and Ethnomusicology, Lundi is influenced by rhythms and melodies from around the world, but his music is rooted in the folk and bluegrass traditions of the Southern United States. Previous projects include the melodic Good Grief and shreddy bluegrass outfit The Damn Fine String Band.
Currently, Knight is working on two albums – “Anima Mundi” intended for a full band, and “Snake Oil,” a strictly solo project with respective releases slated for later this summer. When asked what his sound is like, he says things like “gritty,” “honest,” and “Texas Folk.”
Lundi Knight splits his time between Boulder, Colorado and North Texas with his dog, Fury. He has performed at numerous venues in both regions, including The Bohemian Biergarten, The No Name Bar, The Magnolia Motor Lounge, and The White Elephant.
As Lundi begins recording his new albums, he is prepared for heavy gigging in the coming years. From coffee shops to taverns to full-blown concert halls, Knight is no stranger to the stage and is at the precipice of bringing his solo sound to the world.
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