The Ghost of Joseph Buck - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
"The Ghost of Joseph Buck is a Denver-based quartet that has been bumping around town for about a year now. The group’s instrumentation — upright bass, piano, guitar, drums and an occasional organ — gives its old-timey tunes the sound of a forgotten era. Recorded with Colin Bricker at Mighty Fine Audio, the band’s debut EP sounds like something you might hear in an Old West saloon — or maybe an Old West saloon on TV. The pared down instrumentation lets the EP’s five songs — three of which were inspired by Radio Diaries stories — really breathe and blossom."
- Eryc Eyl, Hey Reverb (Jul 23, 2012)
The Back Pages - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
The Back Pages started off with Tim Kelley coming home from Iowa City, Iowa, back to La Junta. Tim got back together with Charlie Hayden and Patrick Stedman, who have been friends and band mates since they were 13. After a while of writing songs and composing music, they made an EP called, "Shifts" in 2011, and played a handful of shows in support of it. After some time away for family, the band regained momentum in 2015 and wrote a full batch of songs this time around. The resulting album, "A Few More Ways to Live" was recorded, mixed and mastered by The Back Pages over the winter of 2015-16, at BarnHouse Studios, in Rocky Ford, Colorado, and released under BarnHouse Records in April. The Back Pages played a long list of dates in support of, "A Few More Ways to Live" between June and September of 2016, during which time they picked up a long time friend Tyler Trumble on Bass. They then returned to the Studio in the winter with another long time Friend, Luc Richard, to write a follow up effort...To Be Continued.
Charlie and Patrick are both Certified Audio Engineers and graduates of The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Gilbert, AZ.
Sawmill Joe - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Sawmill Joe is from Denver, Colorado.