Carolyn's Mother

After Garnering critical raves, fans galore, and CD sales of over 10,000 (all without a net or a recording contract) Denver-based Carolyn's Mother - Rhett Lee (vocals), Drew Hodgson (guitar), Colin T. Burke (bass) and Bill Thomason (drums) - was nearly legendary throughout the West and Midwest for introducing a sound and style only previously heard from the likes of international touring bands – a brand of rough-around-the-edges Britpop that echoed 80s acts like The Cure and 90s Brit-breakouts Oasis, Blur and James.

In the nearly thirteen years before the band 'retired' in October 2004, Carolyn's Mother became regional heroes, playing to full houses across the country.

Thief River

Thief River features members of Rexway, King Rat, and Cure For Pain.

Mike Mitchell - Vocals, Acoustic

Chris Dockter - Guitar, Vocals

Mike Makkay - Guitar, Vocals

Geoff Orwiler - Bass, Vocals

Craig Dubin - Drums

Strip The Stars

Fresh off their self-titled debut album, Strip The Stars is a band that does things their way. Whether it’s the writing and recording process or live performances, they’ve not been content following the old channels of the music world and have instead paved their own road. Drawing comparisons to Stone Temple Pilots, Foo Fighters, and Alice in Chains, the full shake- you-to-your-bones sound of this quartet puts the roar in your speakers and will leave you singing the songs long after the show’s over.
Formed in early 2011, Strip The Stars brings together vocalist David Frisbie, drummer Leonardo Zayas, guitarist Brett Walston, and bassist Miles Marlin. Early on, the discovery of their own formula led to the forma- tion of the songs that make up Strip The Stars. Songs such as “28 Days” and “Simple Things” blend intricate-yet-accessible guitar hooks, catchy vocal melodies and harmonies, and a defined and powerful groove with pop sensibilities. The band split time early between writing and slowly bringing the music to the masses, but with the September release of Strip The Stars, the band has finally been able to fully focus on their live show in Denver and beyond, sharing stages with acts such as Trapt and Beta Wolf along the way. 2013 shows Strip The Stars firing on all cylinders, and with their solid musicianship and songwriting, this is a band you won’t want to miss.



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