Tyler Lee Holter made his debut in the CPR Performance Studio this week. Holter is an Arkansas transplant who now lives in Denver, so it should be no surprise that Holter's music tastefully blends mountain folk and Southern country.
In September of 2014, Colorado-based music nonprofit SpokesBUZZ will send seven Colorado bands across the nation to play with partnering bands for its third annual "BandSwap" program.
In the midst of our Pledge Drive, we'd like to share some kind words from some of our favorite local (and formerly local) musicians about how OpenAir has been a valuable resource along their musical journey.
New to OpenAir: releases from Florida indie-electronica act Hundred Waters, Australian indie pop group Ball Park Music, and Father John Misty side project Jeffertitti's Nile.
Thomas Martin, the winner of the 2014 Swallow Hill Music Young Songwriters Competition, came into the CPR Performance Studio last week to play some original music.
Denver group Tennis have announced their third album "Ritual in Repeat" to be released on September 9.