Globe Hall Presents
Wolf Van Elfmand, Many Mountains, BBQ Opens at 5pm!
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
This event is 16 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!
Red Shahan has covered a hell of a lot of ground in the three years since the release of his debut, Men and Coyotes. The red-headed troubadour with the lonesome howl and penchant for somber portraits of busted boom towns and gritty, white-knuckled anthems has built a loyal audience the old-fashioned way: organically, from the ground up. His new album Culberson County (Thirty Tigers) is proudly rooted heart, mind, and soul in the West Texas earth from which he sprang. And yes, he’s still got a thing for coyotes, hearing in their wild cries not just the music of wide open spaces, but a defiant note of stubborn resiliency that speaks to his own instincts as a hardscrabble independent artist compelled to write about the all-too-often unsung — and unseen.
Wolf Van Elfmand
Wolf van Elfmand is a songwriter and singer based in Denver, CO. Wolf has released 3 full length albums: "Magic to the Lonely," "Wolf Sings," and "The Death of," which span from finger-picking blues to eerie operatic compositions. His latest EP, "Real Wolf" dives deeper into the country genre and widens his repertoire of captivating storytelling. Quirky songs are enhanced by compelling lyrics, witty banter, and disarming charm. Wolf maintains a truly unique style in songwriting while continuing to pay homage to American classics such as Randy Newman, Roger Miller and Mississippi John Hurt.
Many Mountains is a Folk-Rock Duo from Colorado. Katie-Rose Nelson and Dustin Moran like to make songwriting the focus of their music. The combination of their writing styles and unique song arrangements, bring a fresh sound to the Folk-Rock scene. Their songs are interlaced with vocal harmonies and leads that alternate between the two songwriters. Each with their perspectives on the relationships we have with ourselves and others. Dustin adds textured and ambient electric guitar over Katie-Rose’s rhythmic acoustic, often improvising with a jazzy temperance. Supported by the sonic landscape they create, you’ll be on a journey with Many Mountains.