Published on Thursday, January 24 2013 07:27
By David McIntyre
Veteran blues man Dan Treanor has been entertaining and thrilling audiences for over thirty-five years. Born in 1947, and raised in Pueblo, Colorado, he started playing guitar at fifteen years old. Discovering the blues and R&B through a local radio station, Treanor developed a lifelong passion for the blues. He started his first band, called The Marauder, at sixteen. “I was raised in a multi-cultural neighborhood where blues, R&B, and Mexican music was the accepted norm. That’s what I thought everyone listened to.”Read more: Afrosippi Band
Published on Thursday, December 01 2011 19:25
The sign on the door read “Closed” and the times of operation stated, “Monday, 4:00.” Still, a car, with the driver’s door open, sat alongside the road in front of The Merc (short for Mercantile), located in the small town of Jamestown. A neighbor offered to go inside to get Rainbow.Read more: The Jamestown Mercantile
Published on Sunday, November 13 2011 00:00
The Outlaw Saloon is pleased to announce the return of Open Mic-Night, hosted by local musicians Lori Flynn and Dave Long in partnership with Brightwood Music.
Flynn, a local yoga teach, is also a singer/songwriter who performs in clubs and venues all along the Front Range. Long, is also a local singer/songwriter who plays locally and nationally with various bands.Read more: Open Mic Night at The Outlaw Saloon