Wendy Clark Band

Denver, CO
Rock / 120-Proof Whiskey Roots Rock / Indie Roots Rock
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Hey you.

 

The Circus called... 

 

We are playing some acoustic songs at the Toad Tavern tonight, May 1st for the legendary Acoustic Circus.

 

Megan Burtt, Katey Laurel, Kelly Bickford, and Wendy Clark - music starts at 7:30pm. 

 

We can't wait to hang out with this gang. And we heard the show will be recorded for a CD. We aren't even nervous. So yeah, come on by if you want to hang out. 

 

Save a buck and print these out too. http://tequilamockingbirdco.homestead.com/toadtaverntix.html

  

Cheers!

Wendy and the Gang

-Tequila Mockingbird

http://tequilamockingbirdmusic.com



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"““Tequila Mockingbird Luck And Trouble The album takes the listener through several different types of rock, all done impeccably. The opening track "Blue" recalls the jam band feel of Santana with bluesy guitar riffs. But that vibe ends when the song ends—this album has far more than blues. The heavy "Actual Size" uses grunge-y guitar chords and deep, grumbling vocals from the frontwoman. The album takes a turn to country on "Luck And Trouble," which incorporates skillful slide guitar. Giving the record even more diversity, songs like "La Carta" and "Wrong?" sound like old ska-punk bands like Save Ferris or Bif Naked with horns, guitar distortion, and an upbeat tempo. Luck And Trouble gives the listener an album that showcases a variety of genres. Crossing into several musical styles in the same album is a nice break from bands whose albums consist of slight variations on the same song. Grade: A””"  Alicia Schuster, UCD Advocate

"“Tequila Mockingbird Luck And Trouble The album takes the listener through several different types of rock, all done impeccably. The opening track "Blue" recalls the jam band feel of Santana with bluesy guitar riffs. But that vibe ends when the song ends—this album has far more than blues. The heavy "Actual Size" uses grunge-y guitar chords and deep, grumbling vocals from the frontwoman. The album takes a turn to country on "Luck And Trouble," which incorporates skillful slide guitar. Giving the record even more diversity, songs like "La Carta" and "Wrong?" sound like old ska-punk bands like Save Ferris or Bif Naked with horns, guitar distortion, and an upbeat tempo. Luck And Trouble gives the listener an album that showcases a variety of genres. Crossing into several musical styles in the same album is a nice break from bands whose albums consist of slight variations on the same song. Grade: A”"  UCD Advocate, - Alicia Schuster

"“Luck and Trouble is the strongest testament yet of this longtime Denver band’s ability to shake loose the branches of more sedentary, laid-back alternative roots-rock. Give Wendy Clark some serious credit here, she stands toe-to-toe with Chrissie Hynde in the ‘chicks that rock’ department.” - Chris K., The Colorado Sound (Jan 15, 2010)"  - Chris K, The Colorado Sound


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