MEISTER-GROOVE -- This is the unofficial blog for Local Music at Parker Library, including the Live Local Series. Content published here is not monitored or approved by Douglas County Libraries before it is posted and does not necessarily represent the views of Douglas County Libraries.
For reviews of the Showcase, see "2011 Westword Music Showcase: Backbeat scribes' travelogues" at http://tinyurl.com/6jukkdl Here's that FAB photo of the 2009 Westword Music Showcase. The photo is by Gabriel Rovick, director of Focus 4 Design LLP.
Did you miss us on 01/29/2011 for Casey James Prestwood and the Burning Angels?
John Common + Jess DeNicola were so hot ... whew!
John Common of John Common & Blinding Flashes of Light were our guests for March in the Live Local Music Series. Common and singer Jess DeNicola did a kick-ass solo acoustic hour on March 27 at Parker Library. Wow. Dude and chick performed some great indie tunes. Common was nominated for Best Pop Artist by Westword last year.
Flutist Susan Townsend and harpist Don Hilsberg played Live Local Music Series 12/11/2010.
Thanks to all of you who joined us for an hour of high-end classical music in the hoilday spirit!!
Rachel James' channel
Josh Queen did our little Live Local Series on 10/30/2010; he was fab ...
Find out more about our Live Local Music Series here and via our Twitter feed, colorado_music, and from our myspace page, colorado_music. Enjoy the ride.
Live Local Series 09/25/2010
Ted Loughry, ace bluesman ...
THE OUTFIT @ PARKER LIBRARY!
The Outfit kicked off year five of Parker Library's Live Local Music Series -- they played on the south lawn of the library on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010. They kicked serious butt.
Underground Music Showcase
Thanks, Eryc eyl ...
We had a great write-up by Eric in The Denver Post's music blog, Reverb, on March 5 called "The Mile High Makeout: Local music goes to the library" and just want to say WE LOVE YOU ERYC EYL!!
Falling to Fly really fabulous ...
The whole crew came out to see indie folk chicks Falling to Fly on Dec. 11! Deets on shows are always available here, on the DCL homepage, and at myspace.com/colorado_music. Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/colorado_music. We're in year four of Parker Library's Live Local Music Series. Rock on, brothers and sisters!
Thanks much to all who came out for fine acoustic folk / Americana tunes April 24 at Parker Library!
More on cute indie chicks
Find out more about the cute indie chicks who make up Falling to Fly, our December guests in Parker Library's Live Local Music Series -- and listen to some of their tunes -- at myspace.com/fallingtoflyband!
One more pic of those cute indie chicks ...
(That almost rhymns, yes?)
From the archives 17!
Joe Fornothin' -- enough said!
Angie Stevens ...
Yes. Angie. Stevens. Played. Our Series. We almost died! We LOVE Angie Stevens more than ever now!
Angie + Susan ...
Angie and Susan ROCK Reference at Parker Libary on Aug. 29, 2009. We LOVE you.
Elana Rogers did our Live Local Music Series in September. The alt folk-rock indie princess sounded awesome on Sept. 26 in the gallery at Parker Mainstreet Center! For details on Elana's journey, please see elanasjourney.com -- support our SIS!
Classical guitar ROCKS
Peter Szog perfromed for more than 50 people despite following a snowstorm that closed the library proper for the two previous days! For the October installment in the 2009-2010 run of Parker Library's Live Local Music Series, we featured classical guitarist Szog at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30, in the auditorium at Parker Mainstreet Center. Good show. Check out more video on youtube. Thanks from Jeanie!
Meese spoken here ...
I love these kids.
Parker Library's Live Local Music Series played host to Ukephoria in May 2009!!
From the archives!
This was the FIRST EVER performance in what is now known as Parker Library's Live Local Music Series!
From the archives 3!
Ten Feet Tall played in our series! WOO!
Meese spoken here ...
Flobots on Universal Music etc.
From the archives 2!
Stilwel also played in Parker Library's Live Local Music Series!!
From the archives 4!
Dean Station -- now that was a while back!
Meese -- mostly live, too!
From the archives 5!
The Deciders came to do our series one fall -- what a kickoff that was! Woo!
From the archives 6!
Extra Kool & Dirty Laboratory did our series. Now that was tres kewl.
The Real King FOE
From the archives 7!
Velocity Rocks! ROCKED Parker Library's Live Local Music Series in December 2007!
From the archives 8!
Kantankerous: That was a great show. The first time we had more than 100 people attend a Live Local Music Series show!
From the archives 9!
Harpist Don Hilsberg and Flutist Susan Townsend, both of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, broke attendance records with their performance in April 2008.
From the archives 10!
40 Foot Journey. Enough said!
From the archives 11!
Cody Crump is awesome. You should give him a listen.
THE FRAY -- mostly live!
From the archives 12!
Morbeus Deus. Death metal. Is that commitment to diversity or what?
From the archives 13!
April Kim. Folk artist extraordinaire. We love you, April Kim!
First Coloradoans to hit No. 1 on Billboard! 3OH!3
From the archives 14?
Are we up to 14 yet? Angie Stevens will be No. 25!
From the archives 15!
Epic Stand -- very professional young band. Hire them. They were great and brought a HUGE entourage -- you cannot go wrong with a lot of bodies to start with!
From the archives 16!
Shiloh River Band. They were the first to play outside, back in April of 2007. They were HOT.
Lance from Calf Branders playing bass ...
This is how it is done. He's a Douglas County resident, by the way. Practically founded the damn county!