Enjoy a free live concert by Brothers of Brass and opening performance by Joseph Lamar on the Clyfford Still Museum’s outdoor forecourt! Pack a picnic or purchase snacks and drinks at the event. It’s the perfect way to celebrate summer with your family and friends! Explore the Museum galleries for free during the concert.
(*NOTE: This event is located at the Clyfford Still Museum, not at Swallow Hill Music.)
About Brothers of Brass
Brothers of Brass has grown to be one of the premier street bands in the country and are now taking it to the stage. Having already played some of Denver’s finest stages and released their first full-length album, “Street Life Vol. I,” last year, they are now on a mission to bring their music to stages across the U.S. and the world. With influences ranging from R&B to southern brass and psychedelic jam rock to trap hip hop, Brothers of Brass boasts an expansive musical lexicon with a little something for everyone.
About Joseph Lamar
Joseph Lamar is part sage and part space cadet, part cynic and part ingénue, part saint, and part heathen. He embodies conflict actively seeking resolution; synthesis giving birth to something uniquely beautiful yet universal. With song, dance and a cinematic imagination, he dramatizes a journey toward spiritual evolution; a journey still en route. If the “post-apocalyptic gospel” of Sin. [Act I] is any indication, he makes a case for the true meaning of the word “apocalypse.” It’s not an end but an awakening; it’s the collapse of paradise and the possibility of something better.