Sounds Like: JJ Grey & Mofro, Florence and the Machine, Gogol Bordello, Fleet Foxes, The Black Keys
Label: Victory Garden Records
“Bonnie and the Beard has a wayward traveler-feel about its sound — if Vaudville Americana were a genre, the local trio would be at the top of it."
(Bree Davis, Westword Backbeat)
Bonnie and the Beard is a vivacious group--often quite salacious, lost deeply in dream and delirium. Some say they ...See Full Bio
: The Beard's banjo was stolen, and he is trying to raise some funds to buy a new one: please donate & share around... http://t.co/RlLAqUHbgN
"Also on the docket was Bonnie and the Beard at Mile High Spirits. If you haven’t heard these guys, stop doing what you’re doing right now (which I guess is reading this) and go check them out! More about them later... Before I get too far down the road, I wanna tell you why I was so impressed with Bonnie and the Beard. Not only do they have a very colorful style, with elements of Spanish dance and jazz improv mixed with a free sound similar to The Doors, they know how to connect with people. You had no choice but to shake baby! Another thing they did extremely well was shamelessly self-promote. Their merch was displayed so you couldn’t miss it. Their t’s had “Bonnie and the Beard” splayed across the front and were easily readable. Add to that the fact they mentioned their name at least 5 times throughout the hour long set. My favorite was lead singer Tony “The Beard” telling us to include their music in our “i-life.” Very clever, very funny."