Technicolor Tone Factory
Digg, Walsher Clemons, Jaden Carlson Band, The River North
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Technicolor Tone Factory
Technicolor Tone Factory is a musical enigma. Boulder based, this collaboration draws its roots from a monstrous palette of styles ranging from Rock to Jazz while touching on everything in between.
Fondly referred to as TTF by their avid fans, the group heralds a virtuosic excellence that is rivaled by few. Together, the two rhythm specialists effortlessly blend technical precision with a creative prowess that is sure to keep hips moving and heads nodding well into the night. Bassist Zach Jackson holds down the grooves with his intricately composed bass lines and penetrating vocals, accompanied by Bryan LaFever, whose marching-band history with the Blue Knights has crafted his drumsticks into high-energy rhythm weapons.
Guitarist Jarrod Guaderrama is the last of a dying breed. Where many have tried and failed, Guaderrama successfully blends old school riffs with a new age touch resulting in melodies that are filled with passion, managing to remain both familiar yet unique simultaneously.
Only fellow guitarist Brian Boster rivals Guaderrama's prowess on the fret board. Boster's loose but intentional riffs are the perfect punctuation to the TTF sound. His soulful additions to the musical experience that is Technicolor Tone Factory pay tribute to classic rock and roll heroes like Derek Trucks and Jimi Hendrix, while maintaining a level of originality that is rare in a world saturated in the homogeneity of mass media.
The final cog in this musical machine is keyboardist, Greg Kalfa. Armed with an arsenal of influences from Chick Corea to Joey Porter, Kalfa's agile fingers masterfully lace texture, melody, and rhythm into a musical net sure to entrap any self-proclaimed music fan, especially when he and Jackson combine their words to create TTF's profound vocal harmonies.
Together these five musical forces combine to create the TTF experience, one that is sure to leave your feet sore, your smile muscles searing, and your ears screaming for more. As Guitarist Jarrod Guaderrama says: "Music is a fundamental aspect of humanity. Every culture around the world has music in its midst; it is a remarkable tool for bringing people together. As musicians, we understand its power, and as fellow members of humanity we aim to disseminate our passion for music to our fans. A TTF concert is more than just a show, it's an experience where everyone involved finds a common ground in their love of music."
So next time you hear that Technicolor Tone Factory is coming to town, be sure not to miss an opportunity to be part of a community focused on sharing their passion for music by embarking on the musical adventure that is Technicolor Tone Factory.
Digg is developing a sound that has a wide range of appeal among fans of different ages and genres of music. Hitting the Denver music scene in June of 2012, within their first 5 shows Digg had headlined a Saturday, played a festival with the likes of The Motet and Black Uhuru, and opened for some very notable musicians including DVS featuring Mike Dillon. The initial response to Digg from music fa
ns and venues has been overwhelmingly positive and they are looking to continue this momentum into 2013. If you are a fan of solid songwriting, meaningful lyrics, and musicianship with a touch of improvisation, check out Digg. They are sure to be making a lasting impression on music fans for years to come.
Digg is a modern rock-blues band out of Denver, Colorado consisting of four experienced musicians. Will Crossland on Guitar and Vocals, Chase Gillespie on Sax, Keys, and Vocals, Aaron Sandry on Drums, and Jesse Darrow on Bass.
Walsher Clemons is a Chicago based band formed in 2007. Our music is a unique combination of rock and jazz with a focus on both composition and improvisation. Our shows consist of both original material and a wide variety of popular music by artist such as Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, Marvin Gaye, and other popular classics.
Jaden Carlson Band
Jaden's musicianship on the guitar and songwriting is beautiful and impressive. To date, she has independently released three cds, the latest of which is titled Born To Fly, and features Garrett Sayers (bassist for The Motet) and Scott Messersmith on percussion and drums.
Possessing an amazing ear and an insatiable love for playing and performing, Jaden's repertoire includes her beautiful and touching originals, as well as many covers by Trevor Hall, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, The Meters, Dave Brubeck, Jaco Pastorius, Eric Clapton, John Mayer, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, U2, Eminem, Led Zepellin, and many more.
She has performed with Michael Franti & Spearhead, Trevor Hall, Keaton Simons, Groundation, Giant Panda Guerilla Dubsquad, Matt Butler and The Everyone Orchestra, Rob Drabkin, Scott Messersmith and Garrett Sayers, Great American Taxi, Curtis Salgado, Roy Wooten, and Melvin Seals & JGB, and many other notable musicians.
Jaden's band is comprised of musicians of national touring status. Her members include Jeff McCollister on bass and Noah Shomberg on drums. She can also be seen playing with Will Trask (drums), Garrett Sayers (bass), Jonny Jyemo (drums), Dave Solzberg (bass), Fleeb Keith Thomas (bass), Jubal (bass) and other amazing artists at any given gig.
She has performed at national venues such as the Fox and Boulder Theaters, the Odgen, Gothic and Cervantes Theaters in Denver, the Aggie and Hodi's Half Note in Fort Collins, the HOB in San Diego, and at numerous festivals across the country (Telluride Blues & Brews, Telluride Jazz, Power To The Peaceful, Desert Rocks, Nedfest, Blues From The Top) as well as at many benefits.
Jaden Carlson is endorsed by Fuchs Audio and Technology, Eminence Speakers, Curt Mangan Guitar Strings, Santa Cruz Guitars, Gravity Guitar Picks, Ruliens Lost Muse/Buffalo Straps, Blueberry Guitars, and Hercules Stands.
The River North
Colorado natives Noa Bryant, Taylor Sumner, Garett LaCouture, & Seger Marion came together one short year ago and have come to develop a sound accessible to a wide audience. Bryant and LaCouture seamlessly join Marion to form a unique sound which excellently suits the songwriting and vocal abilities of Sumner.
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