Hatch The Bird
Venue Address (Get Directions)Lost Lake Lounge
Date and Time
Monday, March 17th, 2014 at 5:00pm
Need a place to hang out, drink and listen to some great music for your St. Pattys Day Holiday? Then come join the party down at The Lake as we host a duel stage event alternating bands from one stage to the other to give you a non-stop music experience.
$8 at the door
psychedelic, garage rock,operatic, yodeling, only partly kidding.
**JOSH MOOREHEAD & THE GUESTLIST**
Josh Moorehead is a singer/songwriter who is lonesome and honest. The lyrics speak of his feelings, his aches, and his desires. With a "country-blues" feel, even his more upbeat songs seem haunted by an illusive pain that pulls you in. With screeching moans similar to 30s and 40s blues, and twang kept from the 50s feels, Josh is trapped in the wrong time. He has recently joined forces with the new bandmates Kevin Miller, Zach Miller, Cameron Wyman, Tate Ignelzi and they are playing shows regularly around the Denver Music scene recording an album to be released in late spring early summer.
"The man behind the name is our good friend Rence Liam, who’s been tearing it up with his eccentric attention demanding one-man-band performances across the USA. Imagine attending a secret party thrown by Salvador Dali in an ornate smoke-filled drinking parlor in the dark belly of a creaky frigate with Blackbeard, Captain Beefheart and a bunch of crazed, violent gypsies… Lots of old timey instruments (Accordion, Cornet, Trombone, Banjo etc.) played very energetically with a near-punk delivery with Rence’s belted lyrics over-the-top.. Quite a spectacle!"
**HATCH THE BIRD**
Hatch The Bird plays original blues/pop rock, & soul music in and around Denver, Colorado. Lead by songwriter Ian Hatch, the band is hard at work finishing up their premier album!
A three piece experimental indie rock band from Denver CO. Nevayda Gunn formed out of a passion to create music that they needed to hear, something synonymous with themselves; a true expression of their cumulative experiences. Remaining original and unique, the band draws influence from bands such as Pink Floyd and Radiohead. Occupying the darker corners of psychedelia