Final Friday occurs on the last Friday of the month; May 30, with participating businesses, community areas and venues opening their doors to Musicians, Bands, and Performers; emphasizing the real love of Denver – MUSIC. Each venue hosts a variety of music and performance entertainment for the evening. Join in this locally programmed Music Walk & Urban Bazaar featuring 50+ bands and artisans displaying their wares stretching the length of North Larimer from 26th to 37th streets. Purchase tickets here www.myhubapp.com/events/1070 Presale $15 Door $25 Tickets include one free drink ticket for Deep Eddy Vodka & Dulce Vida Tequila - Austin + discounts at neighborhood establishments thru The IndiCard & Jake's Food & Spirits Thank you for supporting local creativity
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Bio: Thee Dang Dangs are a Denver, CO based 4 piece Psych Surf Garage Rock band that formed in 2012. Thee Dang Dangs are a delightful fusing of fuzzy surf guitar riffs, and reverb-heavy psychedelic vocals by frontlady Rebecca Williams. Their sound conjures up images of dirty bums wandering around on V...See Full Bio
"Thee Dang Dangs talk raw music and their strange band name" By Tom Murphy Thursday, Nov 29 2012 Thee Dang Dangs got going this past summer when Broox Pulford of Wombmates, Shawn Butzin and Ray Koren of Dead Rollers and Rebecca Williams of Call Me Dolly decided to start a new band, united by a mutual love of rock that's still rough around the edges. The outfit has already garnered a good deal of attention for its visceral live shows, and that spirit is captured well on the recently released Stone Coast EP, recorded by Alex Anderson of ManCub and Flashlights. We recently spoke with the affable bunch about the emotional roots of the music and the origin of their name. Westword: What would you say is at the core of what you've tried to do with this band? Rebecca Williams: I'm definitely a fan of really raw music. I feel that's the way music should be. I don't think there should be 15,000 hours put into one song. If it's not happening, it's not happening. If you see me...