Whitney Rose

Twist and Shout Presents

Whitney Rose

Lazer and Levi, Paul Whitacre, Guestlist

Tue Jul 18 2017

7:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is all ages

Whitney Rose
Whitney Rose
Countrypolitan
Lazer and Levi
Lazer and Levi are a brother duo that displays a modern pop twist on melodic acoustic music that appeals to all demographic. They shine their life experiences through their moving lyrics, memorable melodies, and their sense of humor.
Paul Whitacre
Paul Whitacre is a Denver Folk Singer/Songwriter drawing lyrical inspiration from relationships gone wrong and a confusing, but beautiful, relationship with Jesus Christ. Drawing comparisons to The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers and Josh Garrels, Paul's honest and transparent storytelling engages his fans in a way that turns them toward deep self reflection.
Guestlist
The Guestlist has a hard time with genres.

Mostly stemming from roots in the blues, they have crossed many different genres and styles. Josh starting writing songs after the passing of his father in 2011. He wrote 40+ songs in a garage in the mountains of Colorado, came out of his reclusive state and formed Ashen Embers. After they put out an album, two members left to travel longterm and Josh developed serious medical issues that have not ceased but have inspired many songs.

After calling the band quits, Josh began to play solo. He then joined back with Cameron Wyman from Ashen Embers on bass. Cameron's friends from jazz school began jumping on board with the band like Zach Holcomb, a local coffee roaster and freelance jazz pianist. Then they had chosen a drummer from school, Tate Ignelzi. Ignelzi has been involved in several projects including : Drumming/producing with John Runnels, Signel-Z, Lily Fangz, and D-stylz. The band quickly started playing shows after the four first heard Josh's tunes in late 2013. Then, they added Eric Estrada on trumpet and Kyle Videtzky playing the saxophones.

Tate, Cameron and Josh live in a shanty ramblin' house ("The Bloodswamp") in downtown Denver that is scheduled to soon be demolished. They put on shows in the backyard where they built a crumbling, wooden stage next to graffiti'd walls, an abandoned house and a strangers boat. They have noise complaints to prove it.

With their new studio album coming out in the late spring, The Guestlist is pushing boundaries of the group's sound. They have partnered with multiple different names in Denver's rapidly expanding music scene (soon to be disclosed), and are trying to spread the passion they feel about life, music, class, as well as politics across the rocky, white and purple mountains and beyond.
Venue Information:
Marquis Theater
2009 Larimer Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.themarquistheatre.com/