Tonight, Thursday 4/19, after trivia, we get all 80s funky with a band called Youthineyes. So Walk Like an Egyptian, Micky, dressed in Black Velvet with your 99 Balloons, because We Are Family and we're going to Party like 1999 was the future tonight. $5
This Friday night, 4/20, we start at 6:30pm with Synergy and The Guests, 2 young rock bands with chops. $5. At 9pm we have the return of Soul Dive. Funk Jam Fun. $5. Then at 10:30pm we have Angwish (pop punk w/ psychedelic edge, from NC). $5. Then at 11:30ish we have DJ 4/20 Blackbirds.
Saturday at 4p we have even more of that tasty eighties music as the Music Train Family Concert Series presents: Raising Cain (80's Rock) $7 adults/ $3 kids
Then 7pm Saturday we go all Bob Dylan. Being Dylan fans we are always excited for this night. POSTCARDS OF THE HANGING perform an evening of BOB DYLAN with SPECIAL GUESTS $5
Sunday at 1pm we have the return of The Teaching, from Seattle. Jeremy Jones the amazing drummer of the The Teaching used to live in Denver and his shows at the D Note are always off the hook. Straight ahead hot blooded jazz. $10
Next Saturday we have African music and dance in the afternoon and A Bad Faeries Ball w/ Angus Mohr in the evening. Make plans.
Look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces
Extra Credit: Aram Saroyan, son of the famous novelist William Saroyan, developed a form of poetry in the seventies he called electric minimalism. Below are two of our favorite examples.