May 11, 2013 - The Summit Music Hall
Door Time: 7:00 PM

Day: Saturday, May 11, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $10
Day Of Show Price: $10
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T-Shirts For Tomorrow
In 2007, Brandon Preece and Ethan Gilbert formed a band together, originally an acoustic duo. And in the year 2010 they evolved!
Now with Bass and Lead Guitar, from Kevin (Bass) and Erik (Guitar) the once acoustic duo now draws comparisons to All Time Low, Hit The Lights and even A Day to Remember. With melodic guitar riffs and the occasional breakdown, T4T makes a sound all their own.

Calibrate Me
Calibrate Me
Calibrate Me is a 3-piece pop punk band from Denver, Colorado. Since forming in 2008, the band has played numerous shows all throughout CO and surrounding states. The band has been featured on the cover of local magazines such as Colorado Music Buzz and Westword. The band's most recent success includes winning 1st place in KTCL 93.3's Big Gig competition (2011) and playing with bands such as Blink 182, Rise Against, My Chemical Romance, Rancid, The Flobots, etc.... The band currently consists of Kyle Hagele (lead vocals/guitar), Jordan Bever (bass), and Andy Woodson (drums/vocals). With a solid lineup and a unique, fun sound, Calibrate Me is continuing to turn heads everywhere they go.

Rumours Follow
Rumours Follow  Rumours Follow: “Indie group hailing from Denver, Colorado mixing 80's grooves, catchy vocals, and funky, dueling keyboards.”

Addition by subtraction. Less is more. However you want to phrase it, Rumours Follow have experienced it first-hand. Since taking their lineup from six to four members, the Denver, Colorado alternative rock band have both massively matured and expanded their sound. Rumours Follow is a rock quartet. And like a classically trained string quartet, each member of Rumours Follow has a very specific role and a huge impact on the sound.

Every band goes through a natural musical evolution. Usually this happens slowly over time. Rumours Follow have encountered a drastic shift in both their music and band dynamic since solidifying their lineup. With a more cohesive structure, Rumours Follow is cranking out catchy, broad appeal songs with dueling pianos, acoustic and electric guitars, blasting drums and whatever other instruments they decide to throw in.

Rumours Follow recently started a “One Song a Month” campaign where the band releases one new single a month available for free download. Their track, titled “Tonight”, represents the new shift in direction the band is taking and won them a spot onto the main stage of Channel 93.3’s Big Gig 2014. Their track “Flavor” gained them a top 11 spot for channel 93.3’s “Hometown for the Holidays” which allowed their track to be played on the radio for a week in December 2014. Rumours Follow plans to roll full steam ahead, continuing to record and perform in and out of Colorado.

Guitarist/Vocalist Nick Sanders and Keyboardist/Programmer Dennis Hernandez were both in popular Denver local band Regret Night for 6 years, which included 3 different stints on Warped Tour and culminated in a concert at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater. Over the years, they shared the stage with acts like The Smashing Pumpkins, Silversun Pickups, 3oh3!, Parachute, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Maine and Breathe Carolina. Multi-instrumentalist Will Hubert, who switched instruments from guitar to drums, is a former member of Denver band The Broadway. Newly added Keyboardist/Bassist/Vocalist Adam Swanson was a veteran of the Las Vegas music scene before relocating to Denver. His projects included Halloween Town, which featured several members of The Killers.

Rescue Atlantis
Rescue Atlantis

We are Rescue Atlantis. A group of whiskey-swilling gentlemen making loud, rowdy music for your enjoyment. Denver, Colorado based, we are here to leave our songs ringing in your ears for days. Seriously.

Started as the brainchild of guitar/lead vocalist, Andrew Newman, RA has crafted and refined their sound over the past year by adding the mercurial drumming technicality of Evan “Fuzz” Jones, the unequivocal and intricate guitar picking of Joe Mruk, and the debauched headbanging and fortified bass lines of Artur Novoselsky.

Rescue Atlantis at first glance might fall into the post-rock/punk genre, but upon further listen their music is of an indeterminate style that’s all their own. Sounding slightly more self-assured and upbeat than the emo tinge of the post-hardcore scene, RA draws its impetus from bands like Circa Survive, All That Remains, Taking Back Sunday, Killswitch Engage, and Alexisonfire and with commensurate skill and sound! Slated to release their first recorded EP, Rescue Atlantis is trying to set the world on fiiiiiiiire!

Grits & Gravy

?MARCUS "GovanniRaps"

?GiovanniRaps (Marcus Steward). As a part of the incredible music duo “Grits and Gravy,” GiovanniRaps plays the vocal heavyweight with his lyricism. GiovanniRaps was born in Decatur, Georgia and raised in Denver Colorado, and like most musicians, started practicing his craft at the early age of 8. GiovanniRaps Attended the Denver school of the arts for high School, where he was a part of the prominent group called “A-Club.” At the School of the arts, he studied instrumental music honing his skills on percussion instruments specifically. He and Neal Titus worked intently on becoming the most well-rouned and creative musicians. After graduating from the school of the arts, GiovanniRaps attended North Carolina A&T State University for a year, gaining a lot of experience on the drumline. Giovanniraps moved back to Colorado and started on making hip-hop music. A year later he and Neal partnered up to make the group that is “Grits and Gravy”

NEAL "Kak-Digga"

Neal Titus hails from Denver Colorado. While attending Denver School of the Arts for jazz and classical percussion, he was exposed to many different types of music and art. During his time at DSA he also participated in drum-line at Chatfield and Dakota Ridge high schools. He would organize and compose music for a drum quartet he was in called the Heavy Hitters. After graduation he received a full tuition scholarship to Marshall University, were he would continue his studies in Jazz and Classical drumming and percussion.  Two years later he came back to Colorado and linked up with Giovanni again.  Since then the two have been pouring every musical influence they have been exposed to, to help create the "Grits and Gravy sound".  Alongside producing for G&G, Neal also teaches high school drum-lines and performs as a percussionist and musician around Colorado.