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Josh Turner with Mo Pitney



Venue:
Pikes Peak Center
190 South Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Sat, 20 Jul 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Mowgli's


with Petal, Arms Akimbo
One of the most exciting things in all of music is discovering a band early on, following them throughout their career and watching that moment as they come into their own. For California alt-pop band THE MOWGLI'S that moment is two-fold on their superb third album "Where'd Your Weekend Go?," due fall 2016. They not only get to share their songwriting growth with fans who have followed the band since they formed in 2010, the band got to experience it themselves.Ask singers and principal songwriters KATIE EARL, JOSH HOGAN and COLIN DIEDEN the secret to the band's growth on this new album and they will all say it came from within. "Involving the whole band in the writing process was a hugely important factor in this new record. When everyone's there you just have more brains, more minds," HOGAN says. EARL echoes this: "A lot of our songs start with one or two people's ideas and the band puts their mark on them later. This time we spent a great deal of time in the room together as the six of us, building many songs from the ground up."The results of incorporating band members whose tastes run from "musical theater to black metal to pop" according to HOGAN, are an incredibly diverse collection of songs that run like a musical time machine through the best of the past four decades of music.From the jangly folk/pop of the Sixties-infused "Arms & Legs,"and the groovy Seventies feel of "Monster" to the 80's inspired "Bad Thing" and anthemic "Spiderweb" this latest collection is a testament to songwriting.One recent song released from the LP, "Spacin Out" is one of the first tracks that came together from jamming in the studio. "'Spacin Out' has a kind of jazzy feel, but it's very Mowgli's, "says HOGAN. "In the bridge we cut to a seven/eight time signature -- it's little things like that come from the fact we have some really amazing musicians in our band." In addition to Dieden, Earl and Hogan, the band is rounded out by MATTHEW DI PANNI (bass), DAVID APPELBAUM (keys) and ANDY WARREN (drums).The band has been previewing some of the new songs on recent tour dates with great success. "'Monster,' it's just crazy the reaction we've been getting from audiences," DIEDEN says. "It's an immediately familiar-sounding song." They're also playing the album's first released track, "Freakin' Me Out," a thoroughly engaging and winning blend of summer-like pop, R&B and soul that is one of the band's favorite songs since their first LP's debut single "San Francisco."HOGAN, EARL and DIEDEN freely admit that the success of "San Francisco," which led to TV appearances on The Tonight Show, Conan and Jimmy Kimmel, sold-out tours and, arguably most excitedly, a prominent role in the San Francisco Giants' World Series title in 2012 (the team played it regularly on their way to the championship) had influence on the sophomore record, Kids in Love.Making that second LP, they felt rushed and pressured by often conflicting outside opinions. But as the clich goes, "That which does not kill you...." HOGAN credits that experience with motivating the band to take a stand against external forces on this collection. "With this record we were very clear about doing it ourselves and we just said, 'Give us a little time and we'll write you a sick record,'"They backed it up, showing growth, not only musically, but lyrically as well. "These songs are about really digging deeper into personal issues because there are only so many times you can sing about loving each other. It's not that we have moved past that message necessarily, it's that we want to explore other concepts," HOGAN says. "There's one song on the record, 'Last Forever,' that was meant for the second album but we ended up reworking it a lot. It's a song I was writing going through a breakup and life changes, with a line in the song that says, 'If we lose it altogether, maybe love will last forever.' That, to me, is the opposite of what the Mowgli's would normally say. But I hope people can connect with that sentiment."Helping them channel all these changes into the growth on the new album is producer Mike Green (Pierce The Veil, All Time Low, The Wanted), who the band was so confident they wanted to work with that they revised their whole recording schedule to accommodate his availability.To EARL, it was absolutely the right call. "We're a lot of really big personalities, a lot of energy and Mike has this really calming, relaxed vibe that's much different from any of the rest of ours. And he works so fast that nothing gets lost or overthought," she says. "It just felt like the right fit. We had never worked with him before, so we did a trial run, and just clicked."DIEDEN agrees. "Mike has a really good sense of contemporary popular music but I think he's very aware of how to make ideas sound different and unique. He also understands what people want to hear right now, which is a great balancing act." The band also collaborated with U.K. producer Rob Ellmore on "Automatic" and "Bad Thing," the LP's first radio single. "'Bad Thing'' says Dieden, "is a song about the kind of person who feels so good they're dangerous. The kind of person you want to run away from and pull closer to you simultaneously. The song also makes ya wanna shake your butt with your pals."All of these elements -- Green, the band's renewed independence and collaborative process -- have weaved together seamlessly to make The Mowgli's third record a career album, that moment where the band steps to the next level as artists. HOGAN and EARL hear it proudly as they listen to the album all the way through."It's been really cool to learn and experience everything we have and now, us as people, we're very close and I think we're just at our best," HOGAN says."This record is the truest representation of who we are, not just as individuals, but as a band," EARL says. It's the sound of collaboration, it's the sound of listening to and working with each other in ways that we've never done before. I'm really, really proud of every moment. Everybody shines more than they've ever shone. To me, it feels like a rebirth for us."

Venue:
The Black Sheep
2106 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Sat, 27 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


2020 NHL Stadium Series - Los Angeles Kings at Colorado Avalanche



Venue:
Falcon Stadium
2169 Field House Drive U S A F Academy

When:
Sat, 15 Feb 2020 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


In This Moment with The Devil Wears Prada and Ded



Venue:
Pikes Peak Center
190 South Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Thu, 8 Aug 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


An Evening with David Sedaris



Venue:
Pikes Peak Center
190 South Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Sun, 27 Oct 2019 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


MercyMe with Crowder



Venue:
Broadmoor World Arena
3185 Venetucci Blvd. Colorado Springs

When:
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Jackie Evancho with Strings



Venue:
Pikes Peak Center
190 South Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Sat, 29 Feb 2020 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Born Of Osiris


with Bad Omens, Spite, Kingdom Of Giants
Simulation Theory posits that reality and existence as we know them to be are merely acomputer simulation.Of course, The Matrix explored such a possibility in 1999, while Elon Musk espouses thishypothesis as gospel for 2019. Regardless of the theorys truth, humanity still thrives under theweight of all-encompassing technology and daily cyber advancements. Born Of Osiris preservesuch humanity within a torrent of destructive polyrhythmic riffing, chaotic vocal transmissions,and synth disarray. The Chicago quintetRonnie Canizaro [lead vocals], Joe Buras [keys,synthesizers, vocals], Lee McKinney [guitar], Nick Rossi [bass], and Cameron Losch[drums]perfect that approach on 2019s aptly titled, The Simulation [Sumerian Records].When you listen to the record, I hope you investigate where you see yourself and the futuregoing in terms of technology and artificial intelligence, exclaims Buras.The musicians architected a beacon to transmit such a message since their 2007 emergence.Not only have they performed on stages with Judas Priest, Rob Zombie, Bring Me The Horizon,and more, but they also landed four consecutive entries on the Billboard Top 200, including AHigher Place [2009], The Discovery [2011], Tomorrow We Die Alive [2013], and Soul Sphere[2015]. Additionally, they garnered features from Guitar World, Brave Words, Metalsucks, andMetalInjection, to name a few.By looking back, the group made a major leap forward. They spent 2017 performing theirbreakthrough 2007 debut, The New Reign, in its entirety on the road. By the time the guys hitthe studio with Nick Sampson [Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men] who produced vocals whileMcKinney produced and engineered the entire record instrumentally, the vision crystallized fortheir next evolution.We usually dont wait this long between records, Buras continues. By playing The New Reign,we got back to the original vibes. Once we really started writing, it was a combination of our oldand new songwriting styles. The last three albums felt like a trilogy. On this one, we take thenext step throughout putting all of our skills into one distinct body of work.That included welcoming Rossi into the fold following the departure of original bassist David DaRocha. Beyond the creative core of McKinney and Losch handling most of the writing, Rossi lenthis writing talents to the process on a handful of songs. The music further incorporatedinstrumental virtuosity as well as entrancing synths and twin vocals. At the same time, Burasdove into books like Jacek Dukajs Perfect Imperfection, kickstarting a thematic thread.On the first single The Accursed, screeching keys entwine with precise and pummeling riffingbefore spiraling towards a hard-hitting and head-nodding groove.The songs are more anthemic, Buras says. Theyre about not giving up when things getdifficult, you feel down, or a relationship isnt working. Instead, you dont stop and force on.We came into this lifestyle aware of the sacrifices. This is how were going to live it.Under The Gun upholds that sentiment, while Silence The Echo steamrolls forward amidst aflurry airtight guitars and a percussive maelstrom.That one dives into silencing negative thoughts, he elaborates. We all feel down sometimes,but you silence those thoughts and keep moving.In the endwhether a simulation or notBorn Of Osiris confidently embrace the future withopen arms and deliver their boldest output yet.Theres the technological side to the music, but theres also a message of being patient andpersevering, he leaves off. Weve redefined our sound on this one. Everything is comingtogether. Were brothers in this. Its a new chapter for Born Of Osiris.

Venue:
The Black Sheep
2106 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Tue, 23 Jul 2019 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Robert DeLong, Gothic Tropic




Venue:
The Black Sheep
2106 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Wed, 24 Jul 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


MDC


with Verbal Abuse, Round Eye
MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) is an American punk rock band formed in Austin, Texas in 1981. The band was subsequently based in San Francisco, California, and are currently based in Portland, Oregon. Originally formed as The Stains before changing their name, the band also changed their name to a different initialism of MDC with every new record released. They play fast hardcore punk music espousing far-left sociopolitical ideals, with singer Dave Dictor expressing his animal rights, gay rights, transgender rights, pro-racial equality and anti-capitalist convictions.MDC eventually released material through ex-Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra's independent Alternative Tentacles label. In the 1990s, Dictor published editorials for the internationally distributed fanzine Maximumrocknroll. MDC's initial run ended in 1995, and the band spent five years on hiatus before Dictor returned in 2000 with new band members.Visit MDC's Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MDC_(band)

Venue:
The Black Sheep
2106 East Platte Avenue Colorado Springs

When:
Thu, 25 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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