Grass For That Ass ft. Wood & Wire and Caribou Mountain Collective w/ Red Clay Revival & Thunder and Rain
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 16 and over
Watch & Listen
Wood & Wire
A trio featuring mostly bluegrass & Americana with swing elements and original music. Wood & Wire features everything from three part harmonies to rippin' fast instrumentals. Cutting their teeth on mostly traditional bluegrass and swing tunes to start, they also feature some original music written by Matt Slusher and Tony Kamel and are in the process of writing more original tunes for the band.
Matt Slusher is a talented multi-instrumentalist from McAllen, TX that plays with several bands in the Austin area such as La Tampiquena, Shawn Nelson, and Rodney Hayden. He is also a founding member of the South Austin Jug band. A veteran of all styles. Matt & Tony met at the Old Settlers Music Festival in 2009 where they picked at the campgrounds all night and have done so every year since then.
Dom Fisher studied Jazz Studies at Ithaca College in New York and Moved to Austin two years ago from Nashville. In Nashville he played with several Bluegrass and Old Time groups like The Howling Brothers and Stop Gap. Here in Austin he also plays with bluegrass groups My Pet Possum and Flatiron with Tony.
Tony Kamel hails from Houston, TX and started playing bluegrass music in 2008. Since he started performing in 2010, he joined with Dom in two other bluegrass projects, My Pet Possum and Flatiron. He also plays frequently with The Bluegrass Outfit with a bunch of other talented bluegrass folk around these parts.
Caribou Mountain Collective
Caribou Mountain Collective is a progressive bluegrass band out of Nederland, CO. The quartet features the unique songwriting works of Miles Perry (Guitar) and Dan Jeux (Banjo), the blazing hot Dobro of Allen Cooke (2nd place 2012 Rocky Grass Winner) and the rock solid foundation of Curly Collins on Bass (original Mountain Standard Time member). Drawing on the revival of roots music and breaking new ground in mountain musical traditions, these young musicians perform high energy shows that keep the house moving all night.
Red Clay Revival
Red Clay Revival, dug fresh out of Tuscaloosa, AL, is an all-star collection of experienced musicians bringing a creative unexacting sound for all of their foot stomping guest to enjoy! Melding the essence of Americana rock, their sounds include a soulful voice, basked by a Newgrass, Roots Rock, and Acoustic Bluegrass style.
Band members include:
Doug McElvy - Songwriter/Guitarist; has appeared on sets with Tony Rice, Larry Keel, YMSB, Donna Hopkins, and Greensky Bluegrass.
Evan Dudley - Upright Base; has performed with multiple notable musicians, such as Percy Sledge, Edgar Winter, and Dr. Cass Patrick.
With their underlying passion to spread joyful music to their audiences, Red Clay Revival digs up the freshest tunes and are blazing new trails far and wide for everyone to boogie on down! Check em' out! I know you'll dig the Red Clay Revival!
Thunder and Rain
Thunder & Rain is a Golden based band specializing in Mountain Made Colorado Country. Their recently recorded debut EP, Unto Those Hills, is the band's display of an authentically rich and unique style of music. The EP's layered authenticity and well-crafted songwriting reaches from styles seeped in southern roots and stretches headlong into the modern west. The EP features soaring harmonies and well-crafted songwriting from Erinn Lukes, Pete Weber, and R.P. Oates.
Erinn Lukes was raised on the sunny shores of Southern California, where she started playing open mics at 16. She then attended to her lingual talents, receiving a BA in Italian. As a powerful and expressive vocalist, she has performed her original songs at venues from Rome to New York City to Seattle. When she isn't showcasing her talent, she is busy fostering the growth of pre-school children.
Pete Weber was brought up in the mountains of Colorado on bluegrass, skiing, and ambition. He moved to Fort Collins where he earned a degree in philosophy from CSU. When he isn't playing wildly jubilant riffs on his mandolin, you'll find him streaking downly snowy slopes on his skis or managing local bands. After collaborating with many Denver based projects, he has now turned his efforts towards being an avid mandolin picker and songwriter.
R.P. Oates grew up in western North Carolina on collard greens, moonshine, and classical piano. At 17 he left home to focus on stringed instruments and science. He has since earned a masters in organic chemistry, while finding a home rolling on the banjo. As a talented songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, he spent the last year showcasing his talents in Austin, TX.
Erinn and Pete met in Seattle as street performers at Pike Place Market. A chance meeting at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival in September 2013 brought all three together for the first time. They played their first show together as Thunder & Rain in October 2013 at the Mountain Toad Brewery in Golden, CO.
They have captured a sound that accentuates their talents in their brief tenure together as Thunder & Rain and are excited to share Unto Those Hills with fans both young and old. With a strong emphasis on bluegrass instrumentation Thunder & Rain's depth and unforgettable melodies are putting meaning back into modern country music.
OVER 21: Free Before 9 PM / $10 After 9 PM /// UNDER 21: $10 All Night
Tickets Available at the Door
GRASS FOR THAT ASS is a Thursday Weekly at The Other Side starting in March 2013 feat. Bluegrass, Delta Blues, Dancegrass, Stompgrass, Jamgrass, Folk, and every kind of music with strings attached!
FREE ENTRY FOR ANYONE OVER 21 BEFORE 9 PM
If you're over 21, come before 9 PM and get in FREE. After 9 PM the cost will be $10. If you are under 21, the cost will be $10 throughout the night.
There will be a Weekly Jam from 9 - 11 PM hosted by Adam "AP" Hill of Oakhurst that will feature members of Elephant Revival Concept, Whiskey Tango, Good Gravy, Iron Horse, and many many more amazing musicians week to week.
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