Concerts

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Gibson Brothers

w/ Acoustic Mining Company

Sat, April 30 @  8pm

The Gibson Brothers are steeped in old school bluegrass and country traditions, but deliver their songs with a vibrancy belonging to the here and now.

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Victor & Penny

Fri, April 29 @  8pm

Celebrating a time when style mattered and class was king, Victor & Penny feature tight harmonies, dazzling guitar work and a fiery ukulele.

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Vintage Spare Parts

Sat, April 30 @  8pm

Ruth & Dave's stunning vocal blend immediately commands the audience’s attention and has been known to elicit an “ahhh” or two.

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Goosefoot Revival

Thu, April 28 @  7:30pm

Denver’s Goosefoot Revival puts a Colorado spin on Appalachian and Carter Family-style old-time and fiddle tunes.

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The Denver Moth – StorySLAM

Theme: Jokers

Fri, April 29 @  7:30pm

The Moth StorySLAMs are steadily spreading all over the map, gathering people and stories from all over the country.

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Music School

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Guitar Boot Camp

w/ Chris (Citrus) Sauthoff

Sat, April 30 @  12pm

Get the basic training on how to make yourself a better guitar player in this hard-core, guided practice session.

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Irish Jam Session

w/ John Hammer

Sun, May 1 @  2pm

This is a beginner/intermediate traditional Irish style music session. We are sheet music friendly so bring a tune or two and your instrument.

Free and open to all!

Folk Music Karaoke

Motown edition!

Fri, April 29 @  5:30pm

Sing along to our house band! We'll still have all your favorite folk favorites, but this time around we're adding some classic Motown hit to the songbook.

Free and open to all!

American Roots Program Open House

Sat, April 30 @  4:30pm

Join us at this free open house to learn more about the 2016 American Roots Music Program at Rocky Ridge Music Center in Estes Park (Sept 2-5). Now in its second year, this broad reaching program welcomes singers, banjo pickers, fiddlers, guitarists, and mandolinists-- players interested in many facets of roots music.

Free!

About Swallow Hill Music

Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill Music is a nonprofit community for musicians and music lovers who appreciate the ability of music to bring people together. As a home for individuals and families who want to learn about, listen to and perform music, Swallow Hill Music enhances Colorado’s cultural vitality and is a model for experiential music schools and performance spaces across the country. The organization serves more than 147,000 people through its school, outreach programming and concerts annually. Swallow Hill Music also presents and produces concerts at a wide range of venues across Denver.