New to albums to OpenAir's rotation this month include records from Seattle singer-songwriter Perfume Genius, Canadian alt-folk group The Barr Brothers, and Pittsburgh psych-rockers The Van Allen Belt.
The "Mile High Noon" host appeared on the nationally syndicated NPR program "Here & Now" to play some Colorado music.
For those curious about seeing Ty Segall live, they should know his concerts are abrasive, crude and everything you want from a rock n’ roll show. His sold-out appearance at the Bluebird Theater on Sept. 26 lived up to the expectation.
Chimney Choir returned to the CPR Performance Studio last week in preparation for "The Launch," the Denver band's upcoming show at Syntax Physic Opera on Oct. 3.
Patterson will leave group following performance on Friday, Sept. 26.
Last week OpenAir hosted a truly unique and bizarre interview session with members of The itchy-O Marching Band. The band will celebrate new record "Burn the Navigator" with an album release show on Friday, Sept. 26 at 3 Kings Tavern, hosted by OpenAir.
OpenAir catches up with Strange Americans prior to their album release show for "That Kind of Luster" on Sept. 20 at the Bluebird Theater.