JAN JAM (Feat. The Irrelevance)

Mile High Scenesters & WorldViral.TV Present

JAN JAM (Feat. The Irrelevance)

The Irrelevance, ACI (formerly Apple Cider Incident), Hannah, Over The Castle (OTC), Opsiden, Skeleton Dolls

Sat, January 21, 2017

Doors: 12:00 pm / Show: 12:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Mile High Scenesters
Mile High Scenesters
The mission of MHS is to provide a community-based platform for youth music programs in the Mile High area by fostering an environment of creativity and mentorship.

Mile High Scenesters was formed in 2012 after a group of music loving acquaintances came together through a very successful benefit held for long standing family members of the Denver music community after they had suffered a personal tragedy. This group found they had an undeniable chemistry along with their mutually shared love and passion and involvement in the local music community and decided they wanted to do so much more!
The Irrelevance
The Irrelevance
The Irrelevance is a four member band from the Denver metro area that formed in August 2016. All band members have extensive music experience and have quickly gained positive notice in the greater Denver area youth music scene. Lead singer Mason Slump, lead guitarist Brett Schneider, bassist Lauren Kandt, and drummer Benton Roswell have developed a dynamic sound influenced by metal and punk rock that appeals to a broad range of musical interests. Along with their ever-growing number of original songs, The Irrelevance covers bands such as Disturbed, System of a Down, Volbeat, and The Misfits. The band members have entertained audiences at local venues and festivals including Moe's Original BBQ, Seventh Circle Music Collective, and Club Level Sports Bar, and recently took first place in the October Mile High Scenesters' youth music showcase at Herman's Hideaway.
ACI (formerly Apple Cider Incident)
ACI (formerly Apple Cider Incident)
Since the band was formed in 2013, The Apple Cider Incident has gained a significant amount of experience for the young band that they are. The Apple Cider Incident plays at both public and private events. Each member has a unique musical background and wants to share their music with the world.
Hannah
Hannah
Hannah Crouch is a singer/song writer that developed a passion for music at a young age. She was born in Michigan and relocated to Colorado when she was 2 years old. At the age of 8 her parents, Tom and Jackie, enrolled her in Castle Rock Music where she has been fortunate to work with some talented artists and instructors. Hannah started with voice lessons and then went on to learn piano and guitar. In the last year, Hannah decided to start writing her own music and is now performing live, solo shows doing cover music and some originals.

While only 12 years old, Hannah has had some difficult times as a child. She is fortunate enough to be a tall young lady, but that can be tough when you are young. Out of this it has inspired her to turn to music to relieve some of the stresses of being a youth today. Other than her passion for music, Hannah has developed a passion for volleyball and continues to grow in the sport. ​
Over The Castle (OTC)
Over The Castle (OTC)
Over The Castle from Castle Rock Colorado is an all girl band that plays a mix of originals and fresh takes on rock, classic rock and alternative music. Our unique blend of harmonies and arrangements will have you rocking in the aisles. Our motto is “Its not about the riff its all about the groove”.
Skeleton Dolls
Skeleton Dolls
Skeleton Dolls is a roots-rock trio comprised of three sisters. Calling to mind a female version of the Ramones, their sound is good old American guitar rock that layers tight harmonies over neatly crafted, irresistible three-minute songs. Although the girls are young, they combine many well-loved classics with peppy, original tunes for an overall appeal that is multi-generational. Eldest sibling Harmony takes guitar duty, while middle-child Cadence brings on the bass and young Aria plays drums. All three girls switch off on lead and backing vocals to present an overall sound much bigger than their three pieces.
Venue Information:
Herman's Hideaway
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210
http://www.hermanshideaway.com/