Cosmic Western and Electric Grit night!

Bison Bone

w/ Nate Cook, U.S. Tygers, Whippoorwill

at The Oriental Theater

Time: 8:00pm     Day: Thursday     Doors: 7:00pm     Ages: 18+ / Bar with ID     Price: $10

Showtimes

10:30 pm
Bison Bone
9:40 pm
Nate Cook (of the Yawpers)
8:50 pm
U.S. Tygers
8:00 pm
Whippoorwill
Bison Bone

Bison Bone is a working class cosmic country band from Denver, CO. Roots music coupled with a dark country feel, that give way to a sound blending psychedelic rock and americana splash. They have shared the stage with the Israel Nash, Susto, Corb Lund, American Aquarium, Midnight River Choir, Roses Pawn Shop, Susto, Goodnight Texas and The 4onthefloor.

CPROpenAir: "The record blends southern country with psychedelic and garage rock into a genre that singer and founder Courtney Whitehead dubs "cosmic country."

Westword: "When Whitehead writes about loss, love and resentment, there is a psychological and social awareness that informs the lyrics with an uncommon humanity and compassion that transcends genre. Because of that and the group's innovative sounds and song structures, it is impossible to pigeonhole Bison Bone as just another Americana band."

https://www.cpr.org/news/story/denver-country-band-bison-bone-goes-cosmic-on-debut-lp

 

Nate Cook (of the Yawpers)

Nate doesn't do too many solo shows, but when he does it's an entertaining spectacle...

U.S. Tygers

Comin' at ya' with that Hashville sound. Rock n' roll band from Denver, CO. 

Whippoorwill

“Masterful at containing the true dynamic nature of emotions. At once, sad and joyful, yearning and fulfilled. Which element stands out strongest depends on your mood. This is beautiful, masterfully crafted, skillfully performed music..” HEY REVERB

Staci Foster, Tobias Bank (Papagoya, Von Stomper), and Alysia Kraft (Patti Fiasco) are on the same wavelength of intentionality. Catharsis is the point of the songs but the tools to get there vary. With Bank on drums, Foster swapping between guitar, harmonica, and banjo, and Kraft playing electric guitar, they’re in their element with raw, authentic, stripped-down performances that nod to icons Neil Young and Lucinda Williams. There is spirituality steeped in the country backdrops they write from and a deep reverence for the landscapes that raised them. A balance of grace and grit is written as much into their worldview as their songs. 

Recorded at GPM Studio in Fort Collins and co-produced by Tallgrass, their debut album contains six- stick-to-heart tracks that earned them 2016 nominations for Wyoming Public Radio and the Colorado Playlists’ Best Albums of the Year. Culture Trip named them to the female edition of 50 Musicians You Need to Know from Each State. In their first ten months as a band, they’ve shared stages with Lydia Loveless, Colin Hay, and Old Crow Medicine Show, and will perform at this year’s Treefort Music Festival.