2022 IBMA Momentum Band of The Year & 2022 Telluride Bluegrass Competition Winners!
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The Buzz has grown to find Denver as a second home frequenting venues like Cervantes Otherside, Your Moms House, Globe Hall and Moe's Original BBQ on South Broadway. In the summer of 2022, they also had the opportunity to show Telluride, Colorado their stuff on the main stage of the iconic Sheridan Opera House. The Buzz has been featured on Denver area stream Camera Jams, Flower Hour Podcast, and Longmont endeavor Can You Dig It podcast.
In December of 2020 the band put the final touches on its debut LP "Release the Bees" featuring re-recorded tracks from their debut EP as well as newer tunes. It also features a violin sit in from band friend Alex Tocco of Ghost Town Drifters. The album was recorded at The Keep studio in Denver. This album dropped in February of 2021.
Immediately following the album announcement the band was happy to welcome new drummer Tom Nelson to the band. In February of 2022, the Buzz guys also welcomed Andy Cappetta on the keys and synths into the band. Individually, the artists are as passionate as they sound as a unit, even coming from scattered places to find each other in their home- Colorado!
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Their music delves deeply into themes of the human experience: hopeful love, honest self-reflection, and pursuits of social justice. Their latest album, American Dream, crystallizes these ideas in acoustic amber, encapsulating a beautiful new direction for their ever-evolving sound. Originally formed in Santa Barbara, California in 2010, the Rainbow Girls have spread their musical wings both internationally and domestically, from busking on the streets of Europe to playing pubs and theaters in the UK, to house concerts, festivals, and shows in the US.
Multi-genre Hip Hop Artist and Dancer, Mr. Fredo incorporates an ever changing wheel of songwriting styles into his releases, consistently keeping listeners on their toes. With a record label release under Night Bass and Multi Platinum Selling Artist Treyy G as his producer and DJ, Mr. Fredo has obvious roots in the Bass Music scene. Expanding further into the genre, his Bass Music remixed set under GANEESHA X MR. FREDO has all the beauty and heavy hitters of Bass Music, infused with his lyrics from his original songs that he performs live.
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The Last Revel utilizes their multi-instrumental abilities to bring the full spectrum of modern Americana to life with lush arrangements of three-part vocal harmonies, acoustic and electric guitars, upright bass, fiddle, and 5-string banjo to consistently support impassioned performances of their honest and heartfelt songwriting.
In February 2022, The Last Revel recorded at RiverRock Studios in Minneapolis, MN with longtime friend and producer/engineer Kevin Israel. There was an energy present in the studio that was overwhelming and genuinely emotional. They carved out five new songs that will be released as an EP by May 2022. The intensity of their joyous reunion shines through each song with new textures and thunderous rejoice. The time spent apart led to some incredible personal growth and speaks through their music more honestly than ever before. They describe this latest chapter as a testament to friendship, forgiveness, and celebration with a grateful nod to the struggles we all work through together.
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Born in St. Charles, IL, Allie Kral (formerly of Yonder Mountain String Band) began playing the violin at the age of 5. Suzuki trained, she learned by ear. In her college years, Allie was a violin performance major at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. It was there when she picked up bluegrass with her first band, Green Mountain Grass. Her love for bluegrass took her back to Chicago, where she learned improvisational skills with her decade long dedication to the band Cornmeal. She found jam bands through the Grateful Dead, and was attracted to the improvisational nature of the music. Allie lived and breathed to perform live, and enjoyed the fact that every performance was fresh and unique. Now residing in Webster Groves, MO, Allie has played internationally on thousands of stages with the biggest names in country, bluegrass, jam, classical, rock, and more.