Globe Hall Presents
Jon Stickley Trio
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmGlobe Hall
$12 - $15
This event is 16 and over
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Premier Guitar says, “Stickley’s trio… is not a traditional bluegrass group by any means… they are just nimble and ambitious enough to navigate EDM-style breakbeats as effortlessly as the old timey standard ‘Blackberry Blossom.’”
“Stickley is a super-resourceful acoustic guitarist who uses the instrument in many surprising ways and whose timing is just flawless. Fiddler Lyndsay Pruett puts deep thought into her flowing solos, plus she adds little flourishes and sudden stops that elevate the music,” proclaims Nashville's Music City Roots’ Craig Havighurst.
Jon Stickley Trio announced a change in lineup beginning in January 2018 with new drummer, Hunter Deacon, who is both classically trained and boasts heavy jazz influences. Hailing from the ever-hip Knoxville, Tennessee, Hunter studied with drummer Keith Brown and received a BM in Studio Music and Jazz from the University of Tennessee. Deacon then went on to complete a six month residency at a jazz club in Hangzhou, China where he performed seven nights a week. Since his return, he’s played with Scott Miller and the Commonwealth, toured the country with Sam Lewis, and performs with guitarist Mike Baggetta.
Stickley says about the seemingly sudden change, “we’re really excited to add Hunter’s vibe to the mix, his creativity and willingness to experiment were two things that drew us to him, and Lyndsay and I were quickly surprised and inspired by what he’s brought to the table.”
“Deacon’s presence represents a new phase of the Trio’s evolution, and it’s one to be embraced… Deacon’s varied background brings an entirely different element to the classic Jon Stickley Trio sound,” writes Caleb Calhoun in Ashvegas after seeing the groups recent hometown show. When Calhoun asked Deacon what he brings to the table, he answered without hesitation: ‘The jazz background. That and probably the ability to kind of float and go in a lot of different musical directions.’”
The Trio’s performance at this year’s Savannah Stopover Festival and was named “One of the most buzzed-about shows” by AXS’ Kevin Wierzbick who writes, “Comprised of Stickley on acoustic guitar, violinist Lyndsay Pruett and drummer Hunter Deacon, the trio played a hopped-up set of jazzy violin-driven tunes that often recalled the frenetic side of jazz fusion violinist Jon Luc Ponty. Pruett and Stickley played so hard at times that their technique could rightfully be called ‘shredding,’ and some fans at the front of the crowd occasionally broke out their mosh pit moves.”
With inspiration ranging from from Green Day to Duran Duran to Tony Rice to Nirvana, Grateful Dead, David Grisman and beyond, the Trio is making waves with their unique sound. Along with releasing two full length albums and one EP in the past few years, the Trio has zig-zagged the nation, playing over 120 dates in 2017 alone. They are road tested and band geek approved!
Dave King (of The Bad Plus) joined forces with Jon Stickley Trio to produce 2017’s Maybe Believe and 2015’s Lost At Last (which The New York Times called “both respectful and free”) in the band’s hometown of Asheville, NC at the esteemed Echo Mountain Recording Studio. The Trio slipped a self-produced 5-track EP, Triangular, into the mix in December of 2016.
“In a time when a lot of instrumental music feels more like math than art, Jon Stickley Trio reminds us of the pure joy that can be created and shared through music,” says Greensky Bluegrass’ Anders Beck.
Stickley says, “The Trio feels fresher and hotter than ever, we’ve hit our stride in terms of creating tunes that are uniquely us and that’s a really exciting place to be musically. Not to mention we are so stoked to get back to many of our favorite festivals and clubs, and even more excited to play some the ones we’ve always dreamed of. 2018 will, without a doubt, be our best year yet!”
Jimmy Curtis, Mitchell ‘El Huracan’ Ryan and Jen Fagan Archer met in early 2010 when they were booked together for a Noodle Soup/Gristle Gals concert at Denver's historic Bluebird Theatre. All three members have identified as performing artists for the better part of their lives. Mitch and Jimmy have collaborated on several projects spanning 20 years, while Jen and Mitch started singing together in late 2010. Jen and Jimmy have been performing as a duo since early 2013 and the trio debuted as BabyWood HatBox at the 2013 Black Mountain Family Reunion. Brian Rempel (Dust Stompers, Mountain Strange, GoodNight FreeMan), Ryan Hall (Big Time Rascals, Whiskey Tango, Duck Pond, Mountain Strange), AstroNaut Don (Dust Stompers, Mountain Strange), Davisson Benson (Phunky Bitch) and Jamey Archer are seasonal/guest artists with BBWHB.
We are available as solo artists, duos, trio, quartet, quintet or sextet to play most events that host live music, but we enjoy concerts, festivals, special events, weddings and fundraisers.
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Denver, CO, 80216