A benefit for the DDAM (Dorian De Long Arts & Music) Scholarship

Colfax Speed Queen,
Bud Bronson & The Good Timers,
The Outfit

Proceeds to benefit the Dorian De Long Arts & Music Scholarship

at The Oriental Theater

Time: 8:30pm     Day: Friday     Doors: 7:30pm     Ages: 18+ / Bar with ID     Price: $15
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A benefit for the Dorian De Long Arts & Music Scholarship.

For more Information please visit: http://ddamscholarship.com/

Showtimes

11:00 pm
Colfax Speed Queen
9:30 pm
Bud Bronson & the Good Timers
8:30 pm
The Outfit
Colfax Speed Queen

Once born out of the crystal clear Rocky Mountain water, Colfax Speed Queen quickly dirtied their bones with distortion, tremolo, and plenty of slap back reverb just like their heroes from the 60's and 70's. CSQ is far from a revival band though. They're an original breed of garage, punk, rock, and surf. CSQ is not about going fast. They're about being hopped up and strung out on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. 

Bud Bronson & the Good Timers

Bud Bronson is the raging hellfire of a Friday night. Bud Bronson drives an '88 Ford Bronco and never gets his oil changed. Bud Bronson lives in his parents basement, but his parents are out of town for the weekend. Bud Bronson's palm is a coozie. Bud Bronson has postponed all hangovers until after death. Bud Bronson does not care for Chuck Norris jokes. Bud Bronson is old enough to know better, but too young to care. Bud Bronson is the sum of man's most carnal, indulgent, primal desires, and he will not apologize for having a good time.

"This might be the greatest band of all time." 
-- Todd Farrell, Two Car Garage / Benchmarks 

"The kind of triumphant power pop that feels like it’s coming from an honest place rather than being an affectation of style. That they have moved beyond obvious influences makes Bud Bronson & the Good Timers one of the most exciting rock-and-roll bands in Denver at this moment." 
-- Tom Murphy, Westword 

"Fantasy Machine is a rare album that effectively mixes the earnest lyricism of Iron Chic with the arena rock shreddery of Iron Maiden. Sonically, the album is gigantic. The lyrics are self-aware enough to know that the party has to eventually end, even though no one is prepared for it to be over." 
-- Ryan Heller, For the Love of Punk / Lawsuit Models 

The Outfit

Denver, Colorado's The Outfit offers an earnest take on garage rock revival, championing straightforward, back-to-basics pop songwriting with unapologetic sincerity. Their guitars chime and hum with undiscerning admiration toward both new and old schools of rock, as clever melodies and energetic rhythm section propel the songs with a youthful excitement.

“Johnston’s vocals start to recall Mark Lanegan (from ‘90s Seattle band Screaming Trees) and Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill – low, smoother, mostly confident in the lyrics. Meanwhile, Banker {former guitarist} flails overtop with his signature Buzzcocks-featuring-J-Mascis guitar and King and Powers build, destroy and rebuild the foundation.” – Denver Thread