Ace Revel would be described as acoustic soul. 300 + shows & 3 years later, 2 of 4 of the full band, a local Southwest favorite Hello Dollface are hitting the region with a raw, stripped down version of their project featuring original music that will pour over a glass of red on a cozy week night.
Hello, Dollface is a well lit female-fronted eclectic soulchild born into a sea of evocative bass heavy, disco-plated live percussive backbeats. Heavy whipped vocals topped with cherry ballads, the band will get your hands in the air then pull some heavy heart strings…
The High Rollers are a country/rock band based out of Durango, Colorado. While often performing regionally, this group of entertainers occasionally hit the road to various venues while making time to consistently record and release original material.
Originally conceived by bassist and songwriter Andy Janowsky, the five piece High Rollers include Mike Canterbury on drums, Jeff Johnson on fiddle, banjo, and guitar, Neil Nelson on lead guitar, and Ryan McCurry on Piano and Hammond Organ. All of the band members are vocalists, thus harmony styling plays a significant role in their musical arrangements.
The High Rollers truly embody an array of musical tastes. Be it Country, Rock, Western Swing or Bluegrass, the checkered musical styles of each band member bring a most refreshing and surprisingly eclectic sound to their stage.
Eric Lambert has been pickin’ and grinnin’ his way into people’s hearts for over 40 years. Specializing in the fiery art of flatpicking, he has built a distinguished career writing, performing, recording, and teaching Americana music in and around Chicago, and beyond. Traces of rock, folk, bluegrass, and blues can be detected throughout his music, which is delivered with energy, soul, and inspiration. His voice, presence, and precision moves audiences to their feet, while his playful spirit and warm sense of joy makes them feel right at home.
Eric is thrilled to be focusing more on his original music and education efforts. He launched a new project this year called Eric Lambert & Friends. The group is bringing Eric’s original music to life in a new way and taking audiences by dance. This unique acoustic/electric fusion arrangement features Eric on lead vocals, acoustic guitar, and mandolin, being backed up by Dan Rogers on bass, Pat Fiddle on fiddle, mandolin, and vocals, and a cast of other talented musicians and friends playing guitar, fiddle, dobro, mandolin, percussion, and even the washboard from time to time. The ensemble often features special guests.
Robby Overfield is an musician who blends the art of storytelling and genuine lyrics with a powerful voice to compliment an encapsulating listening experience. Stretching his soulful Detroit, Michigan roots all the way to the rocky skyline of Durango, Colorado, Robby has continued to grow and expand his musical framework to include unique perspectives to his own life’s episodes and encounters. With a tremendous ability to captivate an audience through subtle build-ups and incredible delivery, his songs are bound to have folks walking away changed by the power of music and emotion.
Rob Webster music can be described as a cool Midwestern breeze calmly blowing a freight train full of instruments & dynamite into a pillow factory…The relationship between Rob Webster and his audience is symbiotic in nature. His genre can be defined as Electro~Acoustic~Rhythms & Sounds.
Join us at the brand-new Derailed Pour House on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 at 5:00 pm for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Durango Chamber of Commerce.