Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
The Green House Band is excited to announce its first full-length album Ocotillo is being released on all major platforms on July 9th, 2021. In addition to their upcoming debut album, the band will be headlining Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom on September 17th for the official album release show.
John Kadlecik to Join Members of Dark Star Orchestra For First Time in 10+ Years Starting Tonight in Denver
John Kadlecik to Join Members of Dark Star Orchestra For First Time in 10+ Years Starting Tonight in Denver April 8 - 11, Streaming Live on Fans
Nashville-based rock and soul singer-songwriter Maggie Rose is unveiling a trilogy of music videos to be released accompanying her forthcoming album Have A Seat, due out on August 20 via Starstruck Records. The first clip is for the gospel-charged single, “What Are We Fighting For” which was produced by Jared Rauso/Bolo Brothers and directed by Ford Fairchild.
WATCH "WHAT ARE WE FIGHTING FOR"
GRAMMY-nominated funk-jazz-soul-hip-hop-psychedelic-jam-experimental titans Lettuce have announced their return after almost a year apart. The event will occur over two nights, totalling four shows from Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO on February 18th & 19th streaming exclusively on Mandolin.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to ravage the live music industry, venues like Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side in Denver, CO struggled to come up with ways of staying afloat while engaging our lifelong patrons. Knowing that Colorado hosts an abundance of uber-talented graphic designers, we launched a design contest with cash prizes for new Cervantes’ merchandise designs.
This will be the first time Rob Eaton & John Kadlecik have played together since John K left Dark Star Orchestra to play with Furthur in Fall 2009!
Imagine a world where we’re back to dancing to live music! This reality might seem a bit far away, and that’s why our friends that work in the live event industry need your support through this intermission. Their specialized skill sets do not apply to other industries and with unemployment being high right now, they’re unable to find another source of income. So far, Positive Legacy has raised and distributed over $65,000 to live event industry workers to help provide support for rent, groceries and utilities.