Globe Hall Presents
House With A Yard
Juice Of the Barley, Deva Yoder
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmGlobe Hall
$5.00 - $10.00
This event is 21 and over
All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show. Come hungry! Check out Globe Hall’s award winning BBQ!http://www.globehall.com/event/1534091/
Juice O'The Barley has established itself as one of the most sought after purveyors of Irish pub music in Colorado. Their music is double distilled with equal parts up-beat bass and crowd-loving guitar. Malted with an effervescent fiddle, and blended to perfection with a ringing mandolin, this Irish quartet will quench the thirst of any audience. The Juice will energize and entertain an audience until last call, or sunrise . . . whichever comes first.
The band has three studio CDs, with the most recent—Lucky Ones—receiving a great review in Colorado’s Celtic Connection.
Bill O’Donnell, on bass, kick drum and vocals, started his musical career in the realm of classical music. He soon learned that playing the French horn was not a great way to meet and impress most people. Being a fast learner, he picked up a guitar and never looked back. He performed music in various genres before “discovering” Irish/Celtic music two decades ago. Bill now devotes full time to playing bass and handling technical matters for the band. He also co-wrote two songs on the recent CD.
Kelly O’Dea is The Juice’s fiddler extraordinaire; Kelly also performs music in other genres--and quite well. Web site SepiaChord.com described her as the “secret weapon” in the band Tarantella. In addition to Irish folk music, Kelly is an accomplished performer on the Hardanger Fiddle (Hardingfele). She has also performed and recorded with Portland-based Strangers Die Every Day and Minneapolis-based Painted Saints. During her career in Denver, Kelly has shared the stage with artists such as Thurston Moore, Jello Biafra, Dick Dale, and The Fray.
As a college student, Scott Sherman first heard Gaelic Storm's song Scalliwag on Pandora Radio. Turning the song into a station proved to be the first step in developing a lifelong passion for Irish and folk music. Winner of the Todd Rundgren singer/songwriter competition, Scott has performed Celtic, Bluegrass, and original material in a variety of venues from bars and coffeehouses to the Ogden Theatre. He has shared the stage with acts such as the Owen Kortz Trio and Leftover Salmon. While guitar and singing were his first forays into music, Scott has taken to mandolin with a vengeance. As a vocalist/multi-instrumentalist, Scott helps provide the energy that truly makes the band's music "Music To Drink Whiskey By."
A recent transplant to Colorado from Dayton, OH, Nate Hixson is a multi-instrumentalist who has been performing Celtic music for years. Playing music his entire life through school, church, and numerous bands, Nate finally began to really hone his craft fronting the punk band Nucklehead. Finally, as the years of Irish, bluegrass and folk music called to him like a siren song, Nate and two close friends began having Celtic jam sessions which evolved into the band Sláinte. After personal reasons forced the other members to resign, Nate performed solo (and still does) under the stage name Johnny Tarr. Nate can also be found singing and playing music at home and on the tops of mountains with his wife.
4483 Logan Street
Denver, CO, 80216