Hang Rounders, RipRats
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Daniel Pujol is an artist based out of Nashville, TN. He moved to Nashville in 2007 to co-found his first band, MEEMAW. Now, Music City serves as the home-base for his eponymous musical project, Pujol.
His song catalog includes numerous singles, EPs and LPs on labels such as Third Man Records, Infinity Cat Recordings, and Saddle Creek Records. In addition to music, Daniel writes prose and poetry. He has been published by The Nashville Cream, Third Man Books, Sobotka Literary Magazine, Impose Magazine, The Walrus, Ursus Americanus, Cosmic Thug, The Contributor, etc. Daniel currently writes an ongoing fiction serial titled The One Off.
The latest Pujol releases are Political Errors @TheEndOfThe20thCentury (2017 short-story LP), Mighty Stranger (2016 chapbook), and blend of writing and music called KISSES (late 2015). Daniel is now finishing a new Pujol LP, produced by Drew Vandenberg.
New country done the good old way since 2015. The band members’ pedigree reads like a who’s who of Denver dive-bar hero musicians (featuring members of The Legendary River Drifters, Dudebabes, The Knew, Ned Garthe Explosion, CrushCraze, Bangtel), but what comes across in the music is four mountain men manifesting Johno Roberts’ tales of his native Tennessee and his observations on a changing Colorado.
Hang Rounders’ music is best heard on a dance floor, where it is allowed to do its work and get you movin’, singin’, and bringin’ (your sister).
Their new album, Outta Beer, Outta Here, was recorded and mixed in Nashville at The Bomb Shelter by Andrija Tokic and Ed DuQuesne (Alabama Shakes, The Deslondes, Benjamin Booker, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Langhorne Slim) and mastered by John Baldwin (Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris, Sly Stone). It features guest musicians from several notable Nashville-based acts (Natural Child, Birdcloud, Thunderbitch, Clear Plastic Masks, Lost Dog Street Band, Chrome Pony).
“Undeniably American roots music at its finest.” -- Brett Callwood, Westword
“The band really impresses with a rockin’ country sound with dashes of soul and Southern rock that might’ve come straight out of the 1970s.” -- Kelly Gregory, Country Music People
“Outta Beer, Outta Here has both a stamp of grade-A quality and the rough-and-tumble that makes it sound good.” -- Rachel Cholst, No Depression
Just a small town rat trying to make it in the big sewer.
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