Samuel Edgar EP Release Party
The Patient Zeros, Andy Palmer
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Samuel Edgar Band
Samuel Edgar is based in Denver, Colorado. Our music is about life, about being human in an inhuman world. It's about rock and roll.
The Patient Zeros
A product of Denver, Colorado, The Patient Zeros are an experimental rock three-piece, built on crafty, striking lyrics, compelling chorus lines and a signature style ranging from indie-folk to high energy grunge. Formed by life long friends and first time musical collaborators CJ Kjolhede and Joe Schramm, thebans came together to create music built on strong songwriting and rooted in experimentation, and familiar to listeners of FM radio. Shortly after releasing "Sirens Calling" in 2016, Joe and CJ were joined by bassist Michael Raymond. The group has played their brand of rock n roll in over 20 states, covering both coasts and most of middle America en route to or from their home of Denver. The group's latest release, "Born Again", captures the band's signature tense and dynamic style.
"Andy Palmer is a former New York City public defender whose three years of living and working in the city's trenches clearly provided fodder for the painful truths and ruggedness of his alternative folk-rock sound.
His distinctively gritty vocals and hard luck tales have garnered him favorable comparisons to Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, and Leonard Cohen. Westword Magazine has listed his music as some of "Denver's Best," calling it "timeless" and "epic". At the national level, Palmer was named the 14th best new independent artist of by Indie-music.com. Interstatelive.com says: "Voices like this have not come to the forefront of the music scene since the likes of Louis Armstrong and Tom Waits." Jive Wired enthuses: "Andy Palmer is an amazing talent and his honest and raw vocals serve to superbly compliment his wonderful arrangements." Target Audience Magazine says: "Andy Palmer is an artist to keep an eye on." In addition, his music has been featured in multiple independent films. Based in part on these notable successes, producer Warren Huart (Aerosmith, The Fray) hand-selected Palmer to work with and produced Hazard of the Die.
Palmer was adopted at a young age and raised in the rural northeast on a small family farm. He has spent six winter months in near solitude in a yurt in Maine. He's lived on and volunteered at a Buddhist meditation retreat for many more months of silent meditation. He is a professionally trained massage therapist, river raft guide, and a licensed attorney. His songs capture and share these experiences through a unique blend of storytelling and poetry."