June 23, 2012. It's a day devoted to your favorite bands, DJs and musicians. Read on as Corey and Jessi tell you which artists they're most excited to see and where you can find them amidst the madness!
Morning show host Alisha Sweeney joined Tennis at the legendary Boulder Chataqua Auditorium in Boulder for a visit before their headlining show with Paper Bird. The band talk about plans for the summer which include going back to their roots with some time on their sailboat, being in the presence of Steve Albini and playing David Lynch's private club in Paris.
Alone At 3AM frontman Max Fender says Denver is changing his life. The Cincinnati band has frequented Colorado ever since local record label Suburban Home recently added the group to its roster. Alone At 3AM visited the OpenAir studio while touring through the Centennial State in support of its new album, "Midwest Mess". Listen to the exclusive session now.
Denver's darkwave duo Force Publique premiered three new songs in the OpenAir studio that are set to appear on their debut record due out later this year.
Force Publique is the charming boyfriend/girlfriend duo of James Wayne on synths and drum machine and Cassie McNeil on bass and vocals. Hear their studio session and interview with Alisha now!
OpenAir premieres two new songs from local rock band The Congress during Mile High Noon on Friday, May 4. The group celebrates the release of its debut full-length album, "Whatever You Want", with a headlining gig at the Bluebird Theater in Denver on Friday night.
Joe Sampson is no stranger to the local music scene, in fact he's been serenading us in bands for over a decade. So why has it taken him so long to finally unearth his solo work? Apparently "self-sabotage" as he half-jokingly explains to morning show host Alisha in his heartfelt interview. That and a little help from his friends. Listen to the full, unedited version of Sampson's interview and performance!
The Haunted Windchimes recently traveled from Pueblo to perform songs from their new album, "Out With The Crow" in the OpenAir studio. Like the name, the band's sound possesses a certain spirituality. The Haunted Windchimes make Americana music with a vintage quality that takes you back to times when railroads ruled over roads, a spirit that helped the band land a live gig on Prairie Home Companion last fall. Listen to the OpenAir studio session now!
Last week OpenAir provided exclusive access to brand new tracks from Danielle Ate The Sandwich's forthcoming album, "Like A King". Listen to OpenAir for a taste of this new, local music before it drops June 6th.