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“Up next were 3 Kings house-band and Denver crime jazz progenitors, Minor Note Orchestra. Keeping the vibe a bit smoother than the previous act, there was still no lack of energy emanating from a stage that this band owns and knows like few others in town. MNO effortlessly wove their way through an array of instrumental originals that feature tight melodies and intricate solos; peppering their set occasionally with some sultry standards sung by featured vocalist Crystal Lassiter and tenor/baritone sax player, “Hot” Mont Brown.”
“And what better sound for the burlesque atmosphere than a little vintage crime Jazz – oh yeah, the sounds you used to hear emanating from those seedy, smoke-filled backroom bars in the crime dramas of yesteryear.”
“Denver Auto Show”
“Panties at the Bar Sometimes it's the simple things that get guys through the day, and they usually start with the letter B: bars, booze, and, uh, boobs. Every Monday there's all of that and more when the lovely ladies of the Ooh La La Burlesque serve up affordable drinks while dressed provocatively in panties and fishnets. And there's also some sweet drink specials for anyone willing to hang out in their panties. Then top it off with a few sets of burlesque and jazz from the Pawn Ticket Trio and you've got the perfect cure for a case of the Mondays. ”
“ During their set, or maybe by bringing fire to 3 Kings, the fire alarm went off and added more of a light show to the colored disco ball above the dance floor. Despite the noise, the band kept playing and even created a song to the beat of the alarm. After the firemen came to turn the alarm off, the band continued their last few songs of their set. Even with the fire alarm, Pawn Ticket Trio delivered a solid set to 3 Kings Tavern. ”
“Don't let the name fool you! Pawn Ticket Trio is a powerhouse six piece band, consisting of guitar/vocals, upright bass, drums and three piece horn section, whose genre-straddling originals and sizzling standards always have crowds dancing and singing along. They're coming to Moe's Alley on Wednesday July 14th as part of their summer tour and will be joined by special guests, Of Melting Moons.”
“I’m loving the in-store concerts lately. Just this week, we’ve had bands with a harp, trombone, trumpet, sit-upon percussion box thingy and saxophone. It’s been quite lively. Yesterday’s in-store band was Pawn Ticket Trio (there were six of them, but who’s counting?), out of Colorado. They had toes a-tapping and heads a-turning with their jazz-meets-ska-band funky sounds. Here’s the evidence of their show in Streetlight Records: ”