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TMF @ 8:00pm Bailout @ 9:10pm Mustard @ 10:20pm Chain Distraction @ 11:30pm
MUSTARD (and Kyle Sage's Birthday Party!) + TORCH THE WAGON + SHIK SHAM BOOTY @ Lost Lake Lounge Come celebrate Kyle Raphael Sage's BIRTHDAY with some good ol rockin' roll!! Saturday, February 22, 2014 8:00pm – 2am $8 AT THE DOOR **MUSTARD** Mustard provides a new twist on the already classic sound of rock and roll. With an ecclectic array of jams in their arsenal, you can expect to hear anything from dark blues on the border and muscle car machine gun rock to tripped out space queens and Cold War spy tunes. Nothing but the finest rock out there. https://www.facebook.com/mustardrock http://www.reverbnation.com/mustardrock **TORCH THE WAGON** Torch the Wagon is Denver's premier grunge/stoner rock band. You love them, you just don't know it yet. https://www.facebook.com/TorchTheWagon/info **SHIK SHAM BOOTY** Shik Sham Booty is a Blues Funk Rock Band from Evergreen Colorado. https://www.facebook.com/shikshambooty http://soundcloud.com/shikshambooty
Sounds Like: Deep Purple (1968-1976), Frank Zappa, Cream, Led Zeppelin Official, Keith Mansfield
Manager: Chris Johnson
Bio: Mustard provides a new twist on the already classic sound of rock and roll. With an ecclectic array of jams in their arsenal, you can expect to hear anything from dark blues on the border and muscle car machine gun rock to tripped out space queens and Cold War spy tunes. Nothing but the finest ...See Full Bio
"There’s two important things to know about local Denver rock band Mustard: 1. They enjoy playing a heavy brand of retro-rock, that includes tones reminiscent of bands like Kyuss, Fu Manchu, and Blue Cheer. Mustard3 2. They don’t care to write songs or sing about their feelings." " They prefer to play a self-described “comic book rock”, rife with escapist themes based in science fiction, the old west, bank heists, and American muscle cars. Bottom line – Mustard thinks rock music should be fun, and prefers to “entertain” rather than “complain”. And if the smiling faces present at their shows are any indication, mission accomplished."