Mar 9, 2013 - The Marquis Theatre
Door Time: 8:00 PM
Presented By: Radio 1190

Day: Saturday, March 9, 2013
Door Time: 8:00 PM
Location: The Marquis Theatre - 2009 Larimer St., Denver, CO.
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $10
Day Of Show Price: $10
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Current Swell
The members of Current Swell no longer live together under a single roof — as they did years ago,
when the group first came together as a unit — but the bond between the four friends is stronger than

Touring the world for the better part of five years, from Brazil to Australia, often has that effect.

Current Swell’s years of experience on the road can be heard — and felt — in the nooks and crannies 

of Long Time Ago, the new full-length from this rootsy Victoria, B.C. quartet. The record shifts
between upbeat folk (the title track, Long Time Ago) and singalong-ready roots rock (the first single,
Too Cold) with a fluidity and ease that could only come from continual touring.

The band originally wanted to call its fourth record People Not Places, as if to signify its new lyrical
direction. “We used to write about traveling, because that’s all we did for a while,” says singer-
guitarist Scott Stanton. “But on this record, we wrote mostly about people in our lives.”

Friends, acquaintances — even strangers — have been an integral aspect of Current Swell’s personal
and professional development. Decidedly grass-roots, the band has developed a strong online
following over the years, dating back to the independent release and promotion of its previous
recordings, So I Say (2005), Trust Us Now (2007), and Protect Your Own (2009).

Policulture is easy listenin reggae that will get you movin! Mix of roots, acoustic, jazz, dub, and reggae. Our music is created to enlighten you, our message is created to motivate you, and our vibe is created to move you.  Formed out of the University of Colorado dorms a reggae mastermind, Matt Niederhauser, enlightened many around him with the roots culture encompassed within his home town Honolulu, HI. Since, a tidal wave of original roots music has hit Boulder, CO founding a reggae revelation! Excelling from an acoustic duo with bassist Chris Ball, Policulture was launch into the Boulder music scene based out of The Goose Bar. Beginning an astonishingly successful weekly live musical performance, Reggae Wednesdays, Policulture has established a solid foundation of reggae culture. Now, with performances at venues such as Cervantes’ Other Side, Club 156, K’s China, Tropics Café (Honolulu, HI), and The Goose Bar and opening for international reggae acts such as Katchafire, Black Uhuru, Tribal Seeds, Fortunate Youth, Twiddle, J Boog, and Through the Roots, Policulture is seeking new endeavors surrounding the national music scene!

Treehouse Sanctum
Treehouse Sanctum

Treehouse Sanctum is an indie rock band from Denver, CO.  They are fronted by the lovely Danya Prado and barely adequate Sam Rymer, and backed by a talented band of seasoned local artists.  This group delivers a diverse and harmonious infused sound of Folk, Indie Dream Rock, Soul, Jazz and foot stomping Americana.  Their anticipated debut album, Shake the Shadow, will be released on March 15, 2014, at the Marquis Theater in Denver. Proceeds from that event will benefit the Denver Rescue Mission.