People On Sunday w/ Crashopper, Dylan Ruxin, & Clockwork

People On Sunday

A band of musicians that happen to play music together.


Crashopper is an American independent rock band from Denver, CO. Formed in late 2011; the group's lineup includes Ben Ford, Jason Keena, Jim Lawn & Veronica Menard.

Crashopper traces its origin to 2010 when Ben Ford and Jim Lawn met while working at a crummy sales job together. To blow off steam after work, the pair would meet up over some beers and trade acoustic guitar riffs. Over the course of the year a few riffs began progressing into songs, and the duo began testing their music’s mettle at open mics throughout Denver.

As the pair continued to write and perform they began the process of recruiting efforts for bass and drums. In the fall of 2011 Jason Keena was introduced to the band and with Keena on bass, the duo became a trio.

The three-piece began rehearsing and writing together, with Lawn sitting in on drums while the search for a permanent drummer continued into early 2012.

Frustrated with the auditions and anxious to begin playing live, the trio decided to name the band and start booking shows. It was decided that trading off drum, guitar and bass duties would suffice, and the band became Crashopper.

The spring of 2012 saw the debut of the band performing live. The summer was dedicated to building and expanding both original and cover catalogues.

The fall of 2012 kicked off with Crashopper’s return to the stage, as well as the introduction of a new member, Veronica Menard, on Violin. By the end of the year the band released their first feature studio EP.

In 2013 the band plans to continue to play live shows and hopes to record and release a full length studio album.

Dylan Ruxin

A kid out of Morrison, CO, playing music because it's a fine way to share the time.

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People On Sunday w/ Crashopper, Dylan Ruxin, & Clockwork

Monday, November 18 · Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM at Cervantes' Other Side