Globe Hall Presents
Jimi Mittens, BOX, BBQ Opens at 6pm!
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmGlobe Hall
$10 - $12
This event is 18 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/1851739/
At 6' 6", Stalker is by far the tallest member of the group. When he's not captivating audiences with his hip-thrusting stage presence, Stalker runs Active Minds, a company that fosters lifelong learning and physical health in Colorado's senior citizen community (which requires hip-replacement stage presence). Aside from being the band’s main lyricist, Stalker is also its driving force. After all, there would be no Mossgatherers if not for Stalker's mid-life crisis all those years ago.
In 2010, Ian Keldin replaced original drummer John Gurtche, who left the Mossgatherers to design the Hall of Human Origins at the Museum of Natural History Washington D.C. (whatever). Ian is a local filmmaker best known for producing and starring in Cannibal: The Musical, the first feature film by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. But he is most proud of his recent opus Kaiser Permanente: A Service Traning Refresher Course.
Actor/guitarist Erik Tieze is also no stranger to Hollywood. This classically-trained Dartmouth alum has played such diverse roles as "Guy at Bar" (in the 1997 ABC miniseries Asteriod), "Minute Maid in the Morning" and “Dad Excited About Honda". In 2012 he almost got a recurring part on Breaking Bad, but we all know Hollywood is all about who you know and not what you know. In his free time, Erik likes to design handmade t-shirts, deconstruct guitar amps and write Dada-ist murder mystery screenplays.
Bassist Dave Camp is some kind of lawyer.
Over the years, the Mossgatherers have enjoyed playing such great Denver venues as The Oriental Theater, Stapleton Rocks, Herman's Hideaway, The Park Hill Home Tour, Stacy's Backyard, The Toad Tavern, Keystone Bluegrass Festival, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom and Red Rocks (Oncology Center).
In 2017, the Mossgatherers launched a successful Kickstarter campaign funded to the tune of $4,300 that we used to produce our first album, which saw 1000 streams in it's first three months of release and continues to rack up .30¢ in weekly royalties.
he loved playing out in a band and doing the bigger clubs.
A Colorado Band that was for sure a part of The Colorado Sound. They were every bit a Rock & Roll Band and still had a side of
"Americana" and "Singer Songwriter"..
During that time they released 5 cds, they were featured on the PBS Special "Colorado Rocks, was part of "Folk Fest" in Seattle
and Mittens was also a guest on The David Letterman show..
Jimi has gone solo for the new year and glad to get back to the basics of music, playing live, recording and having fun..
After each found themselves back in Denver, Joe and Caleb held down rhythm for the short-lived yet ascendant blues-rock outfit Dielectric Sound, while David founded the versatile cover band North Side Tragedy.
Dielectric Sound folded, Joe caught on with rising Denver scensters Bear Antler, and Caleb reluctantly went on hiatus.
In late 2013 the three finally decided to combine their talents and effort, and after recruiting vocalist Phillip Sparer, of Denver cover band infamy, BOX began in earnest.
Drawing on influences as varied as Slayer, moe., Pearl Jam and Dr. Dog, a BOX set flows seamlessly from light-hearted pop jams to angsty hard rock and back again. BOX's first batch of songs addresses themes of gratitude, disillusionment and the unique perils of holding onto truth in increasingly volatile times.
Grab a sampler Platter and try it all!
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