Greater Than Collective Presents
Adam Cayton-Holland's Album Release Party - Free Album with Ticket Purchase!
The Knew, In the Whale
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Adam Cayton-Holland (www.adamisfreakingoutrightnow.com) is a national touring headliner who plays all over the country. He was named one of 25 “Comics to Watch” by Esquire Magazine and has appeared on Conan, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, The Pete Holmes Show and @midnight. He has appeared on ABC’s “Happy Endings” and was featured on the Nerdist, Comedy Bang Bang and Sklarbro County podcasts. Cayton-Holland has also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs, SXSW, Bridgetown Comedy festivals, and helms his own comedy extravaganza in Denver, The High Plains Comedy Festival. His monthly show and web series “The Grawlix” is a critically-lauded darling child that you should know and love. The Grawlix crew recently filmed a pilot for TRU TV called “Those Who Can’t.” Adam also has a podcast called, “My Dining Room Table,” as well as an album, “I Don’t Know If I Happy,” both available on iTunes. Boy howdy you should give them a listen! Adam lives with a purebred Chesapeake Retriever named Annabel Lee and people have described him as “genial” and “with pretty decent teeth.”
The Knew are some front row boys that picked up some instruments and think everybody else should do the same.
In the Whale
In The Whale originally formed in the small town of Greeley, Colorado as a fun escape from their main bands. When those bands dissolved, it quickly became their focus, and in February of 2011 they moved to Denver to be a part of the music scene and try to build a legitimate fan base.
Since their move, they have been the name on everyone’s lips, as an answer to the current musical climate of too much reverb and not enough balls. The band started 2012 with an EP release show, selling out the Hi-Dive, a 300 capacity venue and the go to spot for up and coming Denver bands. The EP, “Cake,” is dirty and aggressive, yet surprisingly light-hearted (think Eagles of Death Metal meets The White Stripes).
With an absolutely undeniable live show and a tenacious work ethic, this local Denver band won’t be local for long.