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Blues / Rock / Jazz Denver, CO  US
Fandango In Paris
Fandango In Paris
Bad Suspicion
Bad Suspicion
Just Don't Want To Wake Up
Just Don't Want To Wake Up
Mister Mojo
Mister Mojo


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  • 2012

    Dec 9

    Littleton, CO, US | 4:00pm

    Homebrew releases their third album "Fourth and Long". Opening acts: Grassy Knoll and Field Street. Two shows with Homebrew!



Label: MojoHand Records

Manager: Jean LeVei

Bio: Homebrew has been active in the Colorado music scene for over 16 years - writing, playing and recording with some of Colorado's top singers and musicians. The core of the band is the trio of Mark Turner (guitar), Alan Hodde (bass) and Johnny G (drums). With the current release of their third CD, ...See Full Bio

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“On their previous two releases, the guys in Homebrew showed that they know their way around blues, rock and jazz. On "Fourth And Long," they once again bring in special guest singers, but they also mix things up a bit and explore more genres. It’s obvious early on that this isn’t a one-note band, by any means. Opening the disc with the Muddy Waters-inspired “Mister Mojo,” the trio then moves on to a samba cut dedicated to Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto, followed by the acoustic-rock ballad “Apple Tree,” which features singers Cassie Muldrow and Bethany Lee. Next up are the psychedelic rock of “Amazon,” the bluesy shuffle of Wes Montgomery’s “Sun Down,” and a decent take on the Miles Davis classic “All Blues.” Guitarist Mark Turner shows how versatile his guitar chops are, while co-founder/Bassist Alan Hodde, who passed away during the recording of this album, holds down a steady groove throughout.”

— Jon Solomon, Westword

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