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Charioteer / Press

“Acacia Park slowly filled with nearly 200 music-lovers Saturday night, drawn by sounds for four skinny young guys-the Kings of Space Collective. The Kings of Space kicked off the park's third annual free summer concert series, hosted by Modbo gallery and Downtown Colorado Springs. The series, which runs through June and August, features a smorgasbord of local bands, most of which, it turns out, share members. For instance, 25-year-old Alex Koshak- drummer, guitarist and singer -played in two of three acts on Saturday night, Kings of Space and Charioteer. "All three of these bands are made up of the same people," he said, as he and fellow drummer Sam Erikson shared a cigarette before the show. Along with Daniel James Eaton, and Grant Sabin, Koshak and Erikson work the circuit of Colorado Springs bands. Instead of, say, touring the country with one band, the boys tour the city switching roles all the way. Erikson plays drums and sings, and Eaton and Sabin also do solo acts.”

“Acacia Park slowly filled with nearly 200 music-lovers Saturday night, drawn by sounds for four skinny young guys-the Kings of Space Collective. The Kings of Space kicked off the park's third annual free summer concert series, hosted by Modbo gallery and Downtown Colorado Springs. The series, which runs through June and August, features a smorgasbord of local bands, most of which, it turns out, share members. For instance, 25-year-old Alex Koshak- drummer, guitarist and singer -played in two of three acts on Saturday night, Kings of Space and Charioteer. "All three of these bands are made up of the same people," he said, as he and fellow drummer Sam Erikson shared a cigarette before the show. Along with Daniel James Eaton, and Grant Sabin, Koshak and Erikson work the circuit of Colorado Springs bands. Instead of, say, touring the country with one band, the boys tour the city switching roles all the way. Erikson plays drums and sings, and Eaton and Sabin also do solo acts.”

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