Tyler Van Kirk Ochestra
The Tyler Van Kirk Orchestra is a Denver based one-man-jam-band mixing rock, funk, and electronic influences to deliver an ass shaking good time!
Public Safety's goal is to help bring live music and instrumentation back to the limelight. With a blend of rock and pop, Public Safety is looking to push themselves into the mainstream music world while maintaining a top shelf live experience, and intricate musicianship. With catchy lyrics and hooks the band is able to create an atmosphere where the audience is not only singing along, but they are a part of the show. We provide a live experience that hits so hard, you may feel that you were just delivered a swift roundhouse kick by Steven Seagal. It is Public Safety's firm belief that nobody should be subject to a poor live show, and we are here to protect your right to vibe.
Amalgam Effect is a progressive rock band from Colorado. We formed in an amorphous stage some time in 2011, from which point the gestation has been long delayed but ever-progressing. The initial formation of the band began with Mathew Spivack and Chris Childress as they set out together on a professional and artistic venture. This would become Amalgam Effect in its earliest stage: style being negotiated, initial composition taking place, and the spark of artistic kinship igniting the flame of the band that would be. Over the subsequent couple of years and through several minor line-up shifts - one of which saw Kody Little's initial induction into the group and subsequent departure - the band slowly formed. The difficultly with keeping a full line-up eventually resolved itself as everything started to fall into place; it was in 2013 that Calvin Merseal joined the band - an event that was steadily followed by a surge in writing and composition within the group. It was shortly thereafter that Kody Little rejoined the band, and the progress and productivity has only come even further with his addition. As we are now, we still need to find the keyboard player to complete our band's formula, but we have nonetheless found solidarity as a unit in its own state of completeness for the moment.
part blues. part jazz. part rock. part soul. 100% wicked!
Tim Huston Project
Blues based classic rock with a Motown feel.