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Saturday, November 4, 7-10 PM
Join us at The Armory as we delve deep into the roots of pop music, and celebrate the works of icons such as Steely Dan, Santana, and Motown. Performed by some of the most talented musicians the metro area has to offer. Proceeds will benefit Almost Home, Inc. One night only!
A little bit about the bands...
Denver’s My Old School is the culmination of the efforts of a group of sleek musicians who feel a close affinity to the massive musical legacy that is Steely Dan. Walter Becker and Donald Fagen of Steeley Dan applied jazz sensibilities to popular music like no one else in the history of pop. My Old School goes deep into the Steely Dan repertoire with dazzlingly brilliant solo work, astonishingly rich vocals and irresistible grooves letting concert-goers relieve a unique collaboration in pop music history.
Artist website: myoldschool.biz/
A native in Brighton, Abel started playing guitar at a young age and developed a love for different types of music, such as Santana, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix. He has been playing in the Denver area for the last 35 years, where he’s opened for numerous well-known acts. In 2011, he entered the Carlos Santana Jam of 2011 and took first place.
Artist website: http://themightyniceband.bravesites.com/about
Ron Ivory is recognized as an entertainment icon in Denver and the Rocky Mountain region. His diverse background and experience in R&B, Jazz, Rock n’ Roll and Popular Standards has heavily influenced his musical and vocal repertoire. Whether he is performing for an intimate audience or concert, his versatility will be sure to create a crowd pleasing experience.
Artist website: www.ronivory.com/
Seating is limited for the concert. Please call 303-655-2140 with questions.
The tribute concert is made possible through a collaborating with the Science and Culture Facilities District, Brighton Arts and Culture, Armory Performing Arts Center and Brighton Cultural Arts Commission.