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Denver Music Summit Live Performance - Laura Burhenn, Gregory Alan Isakov, Eric D. Johnson, and Joe Pug
McNichols Civic Center Building
Denver, CO
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Denver Music Summit Live Performance - Laura Burhenn, Gregory Alan Isakov, Eric D. Johnson, and Joe Pug
The Denver Music Summit closes with an afternoon acoustic performance from Laura Burhenn (The Mynabirds, The Postal Service), Eric D. Johnson (Fruit Bats, The Shins), and Joe Pug, with special guests Gregory Alan Isakov and Esme Patterson (PaperBird). This special event takes place Sunday, November 24, 2013, at the McNichols Civic Center Building and is hosted by OpenAir.


WHO: Laura Burhenn, Gregory Alan Isakov, Eric D. Johnson, Esme Patterson, Joe Pug
WHAT: Denver Music Summit Live Performance
TIME: 2:30 p.m. Doors, 3 p.m. Show
WHEN: Sunday, November 24, 2013
WHERE: McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 West Colfax (corner of West Colfax and Bannock), Denver 80202



About Laura Burhenn:
In 2009, singer-songwriter Laura Burhenn founded The Mynabirds in Omaha, Nebraska. The band has since produced two well-received albums, each backed with an aggressive touring schedule. Burhenn has also been a member of touring bands for Bright Eyes and, most recently, The Postal Service. More about Burhenn and the Mynabirds can be discovered at http://themynabirds.com/.


About Gregory Alan Isakov:
Gregory Alan Isakov has been traveling all his life. Songs that hone a masterful quality beyond his years tell a story of miles and landscapes, and the search for a sense of place. His song-craft lends to the deepest lyrical masterpieces, with hints of his influences, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen. Isakov's delicious website is gregoryalanisakov.com.


About Eric D. Johnson:
Eric D. Johnson has recorded and performed as Fruit Bats for a decade now, but his career in music has also includes sideman duties for bands including Califone, Vetiver and The Shins, and more recently, soundtrack work for films like Ceremony and Our Idiot Brother. For more Johnson goodies, check out http://fruitbatsmusic.com/.


About Joe Pug:
Joe Pug decided to use a unique promotional strategy to recruit his fans to help spread the word about his music. He took his most popular songs, printed up CDs, and offered to send them free of charge to anyone who wanted to share his music with their friends. This strategy has paid off time and again several EPs and two full-length albums later. Pug's rise in the music world is made all the more remarkable considering his career as a full-time musician began only a few years ago in 2008. More Joe Pug is found at http://www.joepugmusic.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 Friday, November 22, or Saturday, November 23, visit http://bit.ly/DMStix.

Location

McNichols Civic Center Building (View)
144 West Colfax
Denver, CO 80202
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance
Music > All Ages
Music > Indie
Music > Singer/Songwriter

Minimum Age: 12
Dog Friendly: No

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