The Bimarinal w/ Bear Antler & Strange Americans

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  • $7.00 - $10.00
  • Show Type: Alternative Rock
  • Showroom: Mainstage
  • 21 & over

The Bimarinal: The Bimarinal is a rock band from in Denver, Colorado. With one foot firmly rooted in rock and roll and the other in traditional American roots music, their sound spans musical genres and epochs. The Bimarinal played their first gig in May 2011 at a Boulder speakeasy and subsequently recorded their first EP at Swingfingers Studios in Fort Collins. Now equipped with more songs, The Bimarinal aims to impact the region with their amalgamated sound and storytelling. 

Bear Antler: Mike Cooley once said that rock and roll means well but it can’t help telling young boys lies. The Bear Antler brand of rock and roll is most certainly full of lies but, like a bad lover, it also has a drinking problem, sweats too much, and stays out all night. The lads of Bear Antler know a little something about bad lovers. They sing about cheating women, lying women, no good women… women that call collect to break up with you. But mostly, they sing about the women they can’t live without. There’s also a few murder ballads for good measure. It’s not always pretty, but when the groove is right, the pocket is tight, and the lights are bright, you can bet no one is having a better time than the five guys on stage. What else can you expect from a band that met in a bar?

Strange Americans: Strange Americans formed in 2010 and began writing music deeply rooted in Americana, while remaining true to an innovative spirit. Classic guitars, an energetic rhythm section, three–part vocal harmony and tasteful folk colorings paint the soundscape of A Royal Battle, the full–length record released June 2012. The band was featured at Denver Day of Rock and the UMS in 2011 and 2012, joined The Knew for the annual Knew Year’s Eve 2011, and appeared at Facemans Waltz 2012. Strange Americans has shared the stage with acts including Yukon Blonde, Trampled By Turtles, Cory Branan, The Fling, Air Dubai, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Gin Blossoms, and Nick Urata (DeVotchKa). A Royal Battle was recorded with Grammy Award-winning engineer John Macy and the band is featured on Altitude TVs On Stage.

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    • The Bimarinal:

      The Bimarinal is a rock band from in Denver, Colorado. With one foot firmly rooted in rock and roll and the other in traditional American roots music, their sound spans musical genres and epochs. The Bimarinal played their first gig in May 2011 at a Boulder speakeasy and subsequently recorded their first EP at Swingfingers Studios in Fort Collins. Now equipped with more songs, The Bimarinal aims to impact the region with their amalgamated sound and storytelling. 

    • Bear Antler: Mike Cooley once said that rock and roll means well but it can’t help telling young boys lies. The Bear Antler brand of rock and roll is most certainly full of lies but, like a bad lover, it also has a drinking problem, sweats too much, and stays out all night.

      The lads of Bear Antler know a little something about bad lovers. They sing about cheating women, lying women, no good women… women that call collect to break up with you. But mostly, they sing about the women they can’t live without. There’s also a few murder ballads for good measure.

      It’s not always pretty, but when the groove is right, the pocket is tight, and the lights are bright, you can bet no one is having a better time than the five guys on stage.

      What else can you expect from a band that met in a bar?

    • Strange Americans: Strange Americans formed in 2010 and began writing music deeply rooted in Americana, while remaining true to an innovative spirit. Classic guitars, an energetic rhythm section, three–part vocal harmony and tasteful folk colorings paint the soundscape of A Royal Battle, the full–length record released June 2012. The band was featured at Denver Day of Rock and the UMS in 2011 and 2012, joined The Knew for the annual Knew Year’s Eve 2011, and appeared at Facemans Waltz 2012. Strange Americans has shared the stage with acts including Yukon Blonde, Trampled By Turtles, Cory Branan, The Fling, Air Dubai, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Gin Blossoms, and Nick Urata (DeVotchKa). A Royal Battle was recorded with Grammy Award-winning engineer John Macy and the band is featured on Altitude TVs On Stage.