Freddy Jones Band Presents

Freddy Jones Band

Birch Street, Rubber Planet, Blue Street Walls

Fri, May 17, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$20.00 - $250.00

This event is 21 and over

Freddy Jones Band
Freddy Jones Band
One of America’s premiere roots rock acts, Freddy Jones Band (and no, none of the members are actually named Freddy Jones) was founded by guitarists and singers Marty Lloyd and Wayne Healy. The band is best known for its number-one radio hits "In A Daydream" and "Take The Time."

Now, the long-running act is back on the charts with its new release, "Never Change", helmed by producer Justin Niebank (Taylor Swift, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock) and new label partner Timm Martin of Dustimmoff Records.

Singer and guitarist Marty Lloyd characterizes the sessions for Never Change— which features the hit songs “Those Diamonds" and the project’s title track "Never Change" — as "euphoric."

“Looking back, our approach to making 'Never Change' was very similar to the historic days down at Muscle Shoals.” he says. “The essence of our sound and songwriting was supported by Justin's ‘A-Team’ cast, and the room soared from the first down beat. As recording artists we chase that feeling. It was incredibly uplifting and joyful!”

Niebank, a three-time Grammy winning producer/engineer, adds of the album, “Never Change is the best record I have worked on in years!"

The present FJB lineup is led by original singer and guitarist Marty Lloyd, who is presently joined by bassist Rich Ross (Josh Gracin, Phil Vassar, The Samples), guitarist & singer Stu Miller, and drummer Greg "Goose" LaPoint.

With a great new record, relentless touring and legendary live performances, the Freddy Jones Band is back—and entering its finest hour!
Birch Street
Birch Street
Formed in the Summer of 2011, Birch Street is a unique 5-piece Denver-based band with roots in rock and blues… They have been making waves in the Denver music scene with their ability to bring down the house on songs like “Bass Song” and “Like What You See”, and move the crowd with songs like “Letter to Zoe”,“Alone In This House”, and “Down the Line” … On vocals and acoustic guitar, Jake Langenhorst makes up the heart of the band with his incredible songwriting and vocal ability: his voice is bound to send shivers down your spine. On lead guitar, Andy Burns sends the energy the band to a higher level with his chops and melodic progression writing skills: he always knows how to get the crowd going. On keys, Sheldon Slater adds some blues and gritty soul to the melting pot: whether it is a ballad on up-tempo bass jam, Sheldon has the vibe to compliment everyone. On bass, Chad Macht keeps the bass pumpin’ and tight from his slaps to his harmonious bass lines: you will feel the rumble on your chest when he plays his gorgeous 5-string bass. Lastly on drums, Cooper Leith lays down the groove to keep you moving from side to side: no matter the style, he will keep the beat going strong.
Rubber Planet
Rubber Planet
There are few things more refreshing than an original take on the pop-rock genre, and with enough “Vitamin G” to satisfy audiences in Denver and beyond, Rubber Planet has quenched the Denver’s music scene’s craving for the genre since their inception in 1998. With a resume that includes multiple national tours, Red Rocks dates and a drummer that was infamously deported following the band’s 2005 gig at Sammy Hagar’s famed Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, this reunited Denver four-piece is an act not to be missed.
Over the course of seven albums (with the album Cosmic being recording with Peter DiStefano of Porno For Pyros) Rubber Planet’s story is living proof that there is no elevator success. During their heyday in the early 2000s, the band gigged over 200 nights a year, propelled by a single that reached #1 on in 2001, and developed a loyal following that packed clubs both big and small. The group never lost focus on their live show, putting inhibitions (and often dignity) aside for the sake of their fans. At a Rubber Planet show, it always feels like New Year’s Eve. Before their initial break up in 2012, Rubber Planet shared the stage with countless national acts.
Silver (vocals/bass), Vitamin G (guitar), Brice Hancock (guitar) and Chris Reidy (drums) will be reuniting for the event of a lifetime at Herman’s Hideaway on November 22, guaranteed to be the most refreshing way to kick off your holiday season.
Blue Street Walls
Blue Street Walls
Blue Street Walls came about sometime in 2018 as the collaboration between myself (Will James) & Lauren Bacon. We sat down at a local bar where Lauren was working and played through a few songs. We had very different styles and it was not one of those moments where either one of thought “Wow! This is going to be great!”. But as we continued playing, we started writing our own material. The close harmonies and songwriting continued to develop and it was only after a few months that both of us realized there was something very special happening. We played a few shows throughout the year and decided to record an album. We went to PonderRosa Studios in Lafayette, New Jersey this October and laid down the songs. I can’t even begin to state how proud I am of the result. We are currently mixing the album and will be releasing the album officially on January 1, 2019. Stay tuned to our page for news and more music! Special thanks to everyone who has been a part of this project, Lauren Bacon, Andy Sheldon, Michael Hornbuckle, Billy Mutchler, Karl Dietel, Tom Askin, Joe Webster, Jamey Bartley, Jock Bartley, Mark Andes, Tyler Duffus, Al Laughlin, and Sean Kelly.
Venue Information:
Herman's Hideaway
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210