Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Hang Rounders, Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Sarah Shook & the Disarmers is an old school outlaw country/Americana band with punk tendencies. They are known for killer lyrics and the amazing musicianship of the Disarmers - backing up Sarahâ€™s plaintive vocals are lead guitarist Eric Peterson (Flat Duo Jets, the dBâ€™s, Matthew Sweet, more); stand up bass player Aaron Oliva (Caitlyn Cary, Nikki Lane); and incomparable pedal steel guitarist Phil Sullivan.
In 2017, the band signed with Bloodshot Records and toured cross country in promotion of their debut album, â€™Sidelong' - dropped April 28th via CD, vinyl LP, and digital. April 2018 will be the release of her Sophomore effort "Years", which has already been getting rapid pre-sales.
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers have performed at Nelsonville, Savannah Stopover, American Music Festival (Chicago), Shakori Hills, Reverb Fest, Humboldt Hoedown, and is slotted to play Pilgrimage Music Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Muddy roots, and many more, She had an Official Showcase at SXSW and AMA, followed by a very successful first West Coast tour, in which they did a live KEXP taping. They will also be doing their first Scandinavian tour in the summer of 2018.
New country done the good old way since 2015. The band members' pedigree reads like a who's who of Denver dive-bar hero musicians (featuring members of The Legendary River Drifters, Dudebabes, The Knew, Ned Garthe Explosion, CrushCraze, Bangtel), but what comes across in the music is four mountain men manifesting Johno Roberts' tales of his native Tennessee and his observations on a changing Colorado.
Hang Rounders' music is best heard on a dance floor, where it is allowed to do its work and get you movin', singin', and bringin' (your sister).
Their newest songs, "June Bug" b/w "Shaky Hands," out on 7 inch vinyl in December 2018, were produced at Mighty Fine Productions in Denver, CO with engineer Colin Bricker, and feature guest musicians Mark Shusterman (Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats) on keys and the most excellent Jennifer Jane Niceley on backing vocals.
"Undeniably American roots music at its finest." -- Brett Callwood, Westword
"The band really impresses with a rockin' country sound with dashes of soul and Southern rock that might've come straight out of the 1970s." -- Kelly Gregory, Country Music People
"Outta Beer, Outta Here has both a stamp of grade-A quality and the rough-and-tumble that makes it sound good." -- Rachel Cholst, No Depression
"His lyrics have the directness and heart-wrenching details of legendary country songs." -- Steve Graham, Thirst Colorado
3 time losers of "Colorado's Best Country Band" award from Denver's Westword.
Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why