South Florida genre blurring rock/funk/disco fusion act, The Heavy Pets, announce their bi-annual return to Colorado for a four show front range run with stops in Fort Collins, Breckenridge, Denver and Boulder. Boulder-based Jet Edison supports all four nights.ABOUT THE HEAVY PETSThe Heavy Pets (THP) are an American band who blend rhythm & blues, jazz-funk, nu-disco and reggae-fusion with rock & roll.
With the Kinfolk Celebration and NedFest right around the corner, I decided to trek down to the Boulder Theater on Thursday night to give my ears a little warm-up session with WhiteWater Ramble and local Boulder band The Magic Beans.
Gauging the reaction of their audience, Jet Edison could simply be defined as people-pleasers in the confines of their Saturday August 4th show at the Fox Theater. The sweaty crowd spoke pretty clearly with their enthusiastic and incessant movement. Jet Edison is a Colorado-based jam band, consisting of four members: Phil Johnson (keys, vocals), Max Kabat
The 14th annual NedFest - returning August 24-26, 2012 to the Jeff Guercio Memorial Ballfield on the banks of Barker Reservoir in the beautiful high-country town of Nederland, Colorado - is proud to officially announce its daily scheulde along with single-day ticketing and camping information. Additional artists will be added to the scheulde as "tweeners," which will play in between the main acts, at a later date.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Jet Edison at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, August 4th. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 29th for $8.00 in advance and $10.00 day of show.Boulder-based quartet Jet Edison has quickly emerged as Colorado's premier rock/fusion band on the scene today. Following their first year on the road, with headlining tours throughout the Rocky Mountain region and the Midwest, the band enters 2012 with no sign of slowing.
The night is young around midnight; the music loud, beads and balloons reflect the Mardi Gras aura at Fox Theatre with WhiteWater Ramble. The show, much like their music, is unpredictable to say the least. The evening consists of staple WhiteWater tunes, a few Mardi Gras classics, an always-packed stage of welcome accompaniments, and a crowd as wild as the performers.