Denver Music Summit Live Performance - PHOX + special guests
Don't miss PHOX perform live Friday, November 22, 2013, at the Mercury Cafe. This live performance, featuring special guests ArkLife and a collaborate performance by Carleigh Aikins, The Changing Colors, Chimney Choir, Ian Cooke, Josiah Johnson (The Head & the Heart), and Tamara Lindeman, kicks off the 2013 Denver Music Summit and is hosted by Corey Jones from OpenAir.
WHO: PHOX + special guests Carleigh Aikins, ArkLife, The Changing Colors, Chimney Choir, Ian Cooke, Josiah Johnson, and Tamara Lindeman
WHAT: Denver Music Summit Live Performance
TIME: 6-8 p.m. Opening Reception; 8 p.m. Show
WHEN: Friday, November 22, 2013
WHERE: Mercury Cafe, 2199 California Street, Denver 80205
PHOX, from Baraboo, WI, features six best friends who happen to be blessed with madness, illusions of grandeur, and the inability to do the same thing twice. They also play music. Check them out at http://www.phoxband.com.
About Ark Life:
The newest project for songwriter Jesse Elliot (These United States) is at the helm of Ark Life. Ark Life is a rock & roll project featuring the 3-part harmonies of pianist Lindsay McWilliams, bassist Anna Morsett (also of These United States), and guitarist Natalie Tate, combined with the percussion of veteran Denver drummer Ben Desoto (Nathaniel Rateliff, The Czars). The band will spend fall 2013 recording their debut album with Eric Johnson of Fruit Bats in the producer's seat. More about ArkLife at http://www.arklifemusic.com
About Ian Cooke:
Many definitions apply to Ian Cooke: Singer, songwriter, pianist, cellist. Beyond his own cello prog pop music, Cooke hastoured in the US and Australia playing with The Dresden Dolls, Crooked Fingers, Built to Spill, The Decemberists, The FlamingLips (Monolith Festival), Blonde Redhead, Devotchka, Rasputina, Wovenhand, Pedro the Lion and many more. He also plays cello on Crooked Fingers' album Forfeit/Fortune and his two songs appeared alongside Billy Bragg, OwenPallett, and M Ward on 'Versions of Joanna' a Joanna Newsom covers-album. More about Cooke can be found at http://www.iancookemusic.com.
About the Denver Music Summit:
Create Denver, in partnership with IMTour and WESTAF, announces the 2013 Denver Music Summit. Programs and performances will take place Nov. 22-24, 2013, at the McNichols Civic Center Building and at the Mercury Café.
National in scope and local in focus, the Denver Music Summit brings together musicians, music industry professionals, and enthusiasts to share ideas, learn about current trends, and inspire ingenuity to help redefine the future of music. The summit gives working musicians the professional skills and connections needed to develop their careers and fosters communication and connections to build a sustainable music community. As Denver emerges as a national cultural hub, the summit showcases the vibrant music scene in the city and beyond.
There are no limits to how music can be packaged, delivered and consumed. As the music industry continues to search for sustainable models, musicians are tasked to thrive in a rapidly changing environment and reinvent what success means by abandoning conventional formats, expanding the fan base, enhancing their brand, and extending their creative vision. Join in the conversations and live performances that will explore new channels and inspire dialogue among fans, policymakers and music professionals.
To register for the professional development portion of the Summit, please visit http://artsandvenues.com or CLICK HERE to go directly to the registration page.
To purchase tickets for the performances on Saturday, November 23, or Sunday, November 24, visit http://bit.ly/DMStix.
Mercury Café (View)
2199 California Street
Denver, CO 80205
|Minimum Age: 12|
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