Old River Bluegrass, Fox And Hound, Caroline Rose
3131 Walnut St.
Denver, CO, 80205
This event is 21 and over
Mike Cooley once said that rock and roll means well but it can't help telling young boys lies. The Bear Antler brand of rock and roll is most certainly full of lies but, like a bad lover, it also has a drinking problem, sweats too much, and stays out all night.
The lads of Bear Antler know a little something about bad lovers. They sing about cheating women, lying women, no good women… women that call collect to break up with you. But mostly, they sing about the women they can't live without. There's also a few murder ballads for good measure.
It's not always pretty, but when the groove is right, the pocket is tight, and the lights are bright, you can bet no one is having a better time than the five guys on stage.
What else can you expect from a band that met in a bar?
Old River Bluegrass
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Old River Road Rank #2Steamboat Springs, COBluegrass
Members: Scott and Ann Kirton, Craig Thornhill, Carol Ives, Lindsay Young
Manager: Craig Thornhill and Scott Kirton, Colorado Bluegrass Music Society
Bio: ORR is currently in its third configuration including Craig Thornhill (guitar and vocals), Lindsay Young (mandolin, octave mandolin and vocals), Carol Ives (DOG HOUSE BASS and vocals), Ann Kirton (fiddle and vocals) and Scott Kirton (banjo, guitar and vocals). ORR’s resolve to its original philo... See Full Bio
ORR, Carl's Tavern, Wed 3.27.13, 7-10
““We never set out to say, ‘We are going to be a band in Steamboat,’” Thornhill said. “We just want to have some fun and see where it goes.””
— Nikki Inglis, Steamboat Pilot
Mar 20, 2013
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ORR is currently in its third configuration including Craig Thornhill (guitar and vocals), Lindsay Young (mandolin, octave mandolin and vocals), Carol Ives (DOG HOUSE BASS and vocals), Ann Kirton (fiddle and vocals) and Scott Kirton (banjo, guitar and vocals). ORR’s resolve to its original philosophy has been tested but the band’s commitment to equanimity, humility and communication has lead ORR to its current success having performed a multitude of shows in places like arid Carbondale, CO, majestic Silverton, CO, beautiful Keystone, CO, rugged Evergreen, CO and under the lush hills beneath Emerald Mountain in Steamboat Springs, CO. Old River Road has performed in tasteful family venues like the Geneva Glen Camp for an audience of over 500 people, the Steamboat Rodeo and the Silverton Snowscape festival at Kendall Mountain. We have performed in lively club settings including The Tugboat Bar and Grill, the Old Town Pub, the Ghost Ranch Saloon, Sweetwater Grill, Carl’s Tavern, the Silverton Brewery and Miner’s Tavern and the Cala Inn to name a few. Old River Road maintains a commitment to traditional bluegrass music that includes a strong affinity for the blues occasionally throwing in a surprise Bob Dylan cover or an ‘80’s pop tune. ORR also maintains a strong commitment to the musical and vocal traditions of the bluegrass genre building in three and four part harmonies and using melody as the benchmark for instrumental breaks while attempting to create fresh and original arrangements with a repertoire of traditional and original songs. We enjoy this beautiful state we live in, as well as the amazing family, friends, and fellow musicians we have the great honor to connect with through our music. Feel free to drop us a line at
Fox And Hound
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"…Each track seems to tackle a new topic and make even the most familiar themes feel fresh."
-Paste Magazine on "America Religious"
Written after Rose accidentally purchased a 1975 MGB convertible on eBay, fixed it up with a friend, named it 'Tom Collins', and set out alone to explore the country, America Religious delves neck-deep in topics most people wouldn’t dare to discuss at the dinner table. From politics to religion, heartbreaking sadness to seemingly endless joy, Caroline Rose traverses a path paved by the likes of Townes Van Zandt, John Lee Hooker, and Joni Mitchell, to name a few.
“I just want to write honest music,” says the songwriter, whose debut album is set for release June of this year. “I don’t feel, nor have I ever felt, any desire to write something that I don’t need to say. I started out writing just for myself, as some sort of outlet, and most of the things that would flow out of my mind were things that were much bigger than me, things that people might want to hear.” From current political issues to vignettes of personal struggles, America Religious depicts stories of a contemporary American society that is far from perfect, yet full of life. “If I can use music to bring to light real things, the hypocrisies and problems in society, as well as the beauty in things people take for granted, then I think that would make me feel pretty good.”
The long-awaited official debut album America Religious, co-produced with her partner of four years Jer Coons, is a gospel-meets-country-meets-blues-meets-alternative collection of toe-tapping, roadworthy stories and poetry set to music. Created at Coons’ Parkhill Studio in Burlington, Vermont, the duo are quite proud to say they’ve had complete control over the entire creative process. “I wrote and arranged all the songs, while Jer did all the engineering and nearly all the mixing. He’s great at everything I’m not and vice-versa, so it works out real well,” says Rose. On top of producing, recording, and engineering the record themselves, the duo played nearly every instrument, including lap steel, cello, organ, mandolin, drums, and more. Undeniably, America Religious is a unique combination of elements that stands on its own within an increasingly generic industry.