The Score is comprised of LA-based duo Eddie Anthony (vocals, guitar) and Edan Dover (keyboards, production). The boys cook up a signature style akin to Yeezus producing Foo Fighters stadium-size anthems uplifted in equal measure by speaker-busting distortion and glitchy 80s songs that are unapologetically big, booming, and primed for festival singalongs and celebrations across the globe.
A five-year journey brought the duo from a tiny Upper East Side apartment in NYC to gold plaques, four billion streams, one million-plus YouTube subscribers, hundreds of TV and film syncs, sold out shows on multiple continents, and a fan base of millions who sing along to every word.
The band’s 2016 Unstoppable EP paved the way for their full-length debut Album a year later, and saw the song “Unstoppable” and “Legend” achieve gold certification from the RIAA. They released the Pressure EP in 2019, and recently released their sophomore album, Carry On, in August 2020, featuring the likes of Travis Barker and AWOLNATION. Among hundreds of high-profile syncs, their music appeared in the NETFLIX blockbuster 6 Underground, in addition to soundtracking campaigns for Jeep, NBA, 2021 Super Bowl event and many more.
Ryan Chrys and the Rough Cuts formed in January 2013 and have since been touring steadily through the North, Mid and Southwest states. The band is made up of Ryan Chrys on guitar and vocals, Susan Phelan on bass and vocals, and Michael Jochum on drums. During the last couple of years, Ryan Chrys and the Rough Cuts have earned some prestigious local and national accolades including a nomination for “2018 Outlaw Group of the Year” by Ameripolitan Music Awards.
Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts bring forth new energy to music fans who love the heroes and outlaws of old. Influenced by the songs and personalities of legends like Waylon and Willie, they drive their sound with blazing guitars and a rock n roll attitude. The band pays respect to classic styles, but anyone can tell from their overdriven sound that they’re far from traditionalists. Recommended for lovers of both classic country and 70’s rock n roll.
North American guitarist, El Javi, defies music genres with his unbound exploration of instrumental music. The Denver based composer, producer and performer incorporates elements of flamenco, progressive rock, classical, folk and world music to shape his compositions.
El Javi has been a supporting act for Ziggy Marley and today’s biggest voice of flamenco Diego El Cigala. He was featured artist in Coors Light’s national campaign My Climb, My Music and participated in the International Guitar Festival in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
El Javi’s latest release “Whispers from Eternity” is the second single for the upcoming album “A Gypsy Journey Pt. III: Samadhi”. The final part of the trilogy. Available in all streaming platforms. Currently El Javi is promoting this release with a North American tour.
Denver-based Float Like a Buffalo is horn-driven Ska-funk-reggae-rock with nods to the funk of Lettuce, jam of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, rock of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chicago Transit Authority, soul of James Brown, & high-energy guitar licks of Jimi Hendrix that all combine to make a sound impossible not to dance to.
They have become a regional funk sensation over the past five years, playing sold out shows at major Colorado venues like Red Rocks, Jazz Aspen Snowmass, The Bluebird Theater, & The Gothic Theatre – and taking the crown for Best Funk Band in Westword’s 2019 Music Awards. Float has opened for major artists like Face Vocal Band, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Dumpstaphunk, Galactic, Sting, Turkuaz, HER, Magic Beans, and MarchFourth, and has recently branched out regionally, selling out shows in Wyoming and Nebraska. The band features seven members: Cory Pearman (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), James Steinbach (Lead Guitar), Jason Clukies (Bass), Luke Story (Trumpet, Saxophone), Cory “Beef” Meier (Keys, Trombone), Phil Pleckham (Drums, Backup Vocals), and Garrett Achten (Percussion).