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Singer-songwriter Bevin Luna released the album "Baby Dragon" in April. The Fort Collins musician writes and plays music with her brother Gabe. Her band's guitar riff-driven rock music is influenced by her family's Southern upbringing and Caribbean heritage. Bevin Luna visited the CPR Performance Studio to play some new songs. She and her brother also spoke with Bruce Trujillo about their musical upbringing, how they collaborate as siblings and their favorite bands from Fort Collins.
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UMS 2018 acts Nina and the Hold Tight, Mawule and more performed for us on a porch in the Baker neighborhood.
Vic N' The Narwhals released their debut EP, "Los Narwhals," earlier this month. The Denver surf-rock quartet writes songs about heartache in both English and Spanish. The band also resides in and helps manage the Denver-area D.I.Y. venue Ursa Minor.
Rowan Kerrick released the "Foolish" EP last month. The record is an autobiographical collection of songs inspired by a recent breakup. The classically-trained singer-songwriter recorded it in New York, though she recently moved back to her hometown of Denver. Kerrick visited the CPR Performance Studio to play four songs from "Foolish." She also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about how recording the EP was therapeutic, her time at Denver School of the Arts and how she went from playing classical music to writing her own songs.
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