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B-Side Music Friday

Hosted by the Consul of the Denver Urban Explorers Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 17 Aug 17:00 - 22:00

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B-SIDE MUSIC FRIDAY WITH PAUL DEHAVEN + KYLE EMERSON

B-Side Music Fridays is a rooftop summer music series focused on presenting the best emerging Colorado bands.

First Protected content Protected content a free Ratio Beerworks brew
5PM-7PM Happy Hour
7PM-9PM Music Performance
Museum Closes 10PM
$5 After 5PM for Nonmembers

PARKING is $5 in the parking garage across 15th St, no validation required. Limited meter parking is available on Delgany St.

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Paul DeHaven: Paul DeHaven has been a fixture of the thriving Denver music scene for over 10 years, well-respected for his time crafting licks and tunes as a founding member of now-defunct folk darlings Paper Bird and high desert psych virtuosos Eye & the Arrow. On Paul DeHaven’s forthcoming debut LP, “King of Gold”, he adheres to the DIY aesthetic, recording and playing nearly every instrument himself. On it he explores loss, disappointment, vanity, and a longing to find purpose and connection in a modern world seemingly devoid of these. “It may be more of a generational thing — at least for a lot of the artistic types I know. You know, we’re in our 30s and still living hand-to-mouth and trying to get by — feeling just a little discouraged by the system.”
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Kyle Emerson: Denver-based singer-songwriter Kyle Emerson is pleased to announce the release of his debut album, Dorothy Alice. Dorothy Alice is the full-length follow-up to his EP “Worth It,” named one of Protected content Best Colorado Albums by Colorado Public Radio’s Open Air. Emerson began writing the album when he found himself down and out in LA; his band had broken up, his relationship was falling apart, and he was sleeping in his car. When he received the news that a dear loved one had passed away, he knew it was time for a drastic move. Emerson packed up and moved back to Colorado, where he found his footing and completed the album full of swift fingerpicking, tell-all lyrics, the slickness of LA and the earnestness of Colorado. Emerson’s music has been compared to the likes of Big Thief, Kurt Vile, and Andy Shauf.