1000 Miles of Fire/ Saints of Never After/ Rosedale/ The Backseaters/ The Violet Tides

KYLEROCKSPRESENTS

1000 Miles of Fire/ Saints of Never After/ Rosedale/ The Backseaters/ The Violet Tides

Saints of Never After, Rosedale, The Backseaters, The Violet Tides

Sat Oct 21 2017

6:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

1000 Miles of Fire
With catchy, energetic songs you can dance to and their high energy live shows, 1000 Miles of Fire has made a breakout since their original formation in 2011. Combining the musical stylings of genres like Pop Punk, Progressive Rock, and Alternative Rock, 1000 Miles of Fire brings together hard hitting, emotional tracks that will make a meaningful connection with almost anyone. Their debut album Lifeless was released in June of 2015. From fan favorites like Astronaut, Last September, and Hey Darling, 1000 Miles of Fire makes sure every performance is an unforgettable experience for everyone. Having played shows at venues like The Roxy Theater, Moe’s BBQ, Herman’s Hideaway, The Marquis Theater and most notably, the historic Gothic Theater, 1000 Miles of Fire has managed to accomplish a lot in their 5 years of existence. This young band has shared the stage with national acts like Firestarter, Jesse Lawson (formerly of Sleeping With Sirens), Palisades, and Fronzilla (of Attila) as well as local favorites, Shatterproof, The Midnight Club, The Coast is Ours, and Almost, Maine. Originally started by founding member, Andrew Elofson (Vocals, Guitar). 2016 saw the addition of bassist Brady McKenna, guitarist Phil Miceli, and drummer Nic Kubes. Keep an eye out for 1000 Miles of Fire as they continue to make their mark in the Colorado music scene.
Saints of Never After
A 3 piece post-hardcore band, bringing elements of pop/punk into the mix.
- Fort Collins, CO
Rosedale
Rosedale
Growing up in Brampton, Ontario has its ups and downs, like any city in the GTA. Six foot nine frontman, Mike Liorti, could explain all of that in a nutshell using only one word; ROSEDALE. Named after downtown Brampton's Rosedale Ave, Mike and his friends invested many walks (over many different shoe sizes) on this mysteriously vintage street that links directly from the train tracks to the local music store; Long & McQuade Musical Instruments. Yes, ROSEDALE were those kids who had nothing better to do than to try out all the amazing gear of their dreams for hours and write tunes that sound not far off of bands like Taking Back Sunday, The Starting Line, and Blink 182. While this seemed like a phase that would pass to most, for Mike, it was actually what created a positive foundation of musicianship and a whole new world of entrepreneurial business skills… not to mention his intricate set up and eye popping light show.
Over time this dream of making music for a living escalated to a surprising degree of reality; independent tours with American acts, North American Tours following the Vans Warped Tour, a music video with Bent Penny Records, interviews and blogs on muchmusic.com, some spins on XM and MTV2, and sponsorships from ONE Global Protection, Kodak, Audix Microphones, Boomphones, and Travis Barker's Famous Stars & Straps.

These are just a few minor accomplishments in comparison to what is to come from this driven, self-established artist. With Mike's ambitious North American summer tour, his debut session vocals in Disney's Radio Rebel, and the launch of his professional recording studio; there's no telling where ROSEDALE will be by the end of 2012.

For fans of: Boxcar Racer, Taking Back Sunday, Boys Like Girls
The Backseaters
The Backseaters was started by Jake Cook in 2012, with the sole intent of making music that he himself would want to listen to on his own time. One thing needed to be made clear; and that was that, no matter what, the music had to be 100% honest, heartfelt, with nothing to hide. Combining the influences of The Gaslight Anthem, Death Cab For Cutie, and countless other bands, the Indie/Alternative Rock sound was formed. Although numerous demos had been released here and there, so people could get the idea of the sound, the first official Backseaters release was their EP Mailboxes; written, recorded, and performed by Jake Cook. Shortly after releasing Mailboxes, a full line-up was recruited to perform the songs live! After 6 months the line-up had minor changes, but resulted in the final duo being Jake Cook and David Jerusik. Jake and David performed for about 6 months together before going back in to the studio to record The Backseaters' first full-length album, A Place To Rest Your Feet. The band has only been gaining more and more momentum as time goes on, and it's just a matter of time before they take their honest, whole-hearted sound to the top!
The Violet Tides
The Violet Tides
Venue Information:
Summit Music Hall
1902 Blake St.
Denver, CO, 80208
http://thesummitmusichall.com/