EVENTS: Calendar and Bell Ringers for Thursday, March 1, 2018

COMBO is about the “Business of Music.” Our mission is to help musicians with the information they need to know in order to advance their own careers! Our newsletter articles represent some phase of music business that affects musicians everywhere. And our meetings present guest speakers who have years of experience who are willing to pass what they learned the hard way onto you to save you time, trouble and heartache! Besides, the meetings are a great way to meet musicians friends of a like mind!
Talent Needed:
● School Of Rock Denver Job Opening- Vocal Instructor

● Announcing The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest – Deadline to Enter: March 25th
● Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Taking Nominations for Their Awards in August
● KCOS Digital Media Looking for Colorado Music
Featured Member of the Month: Wendy Clark Band
March 2018
Fr, 2nd – DOM Music Sessions featuring Colfax Speed Queen, 700 Kalamath St. – 7:00 p.m.
Fr, 2nd – Rudy Grant w/Chris Alan & Ray Sekera, Lupita’s, 11809 E. Colfax Ave. – 6:00 p.m.
Sa, 3rd – Free! Mike Marlier Drum Clinic, Denver Percussion Store – 2:00-3:00 p.m. (See Events)
Sa, 3rd – Do303 Launch Party March 3rd at The Summit Music Hall – 7:30 p.m. (See Events)
Su, 4th – Academy Awards on CBS (Channel 4 Denver) – Watch for the “Best Song”!
We, 7th – CO Spgs Chapter NSAI Meeting, 1626 E. Pikes Peak Ave., CS 80909 – 7:00 p.m.
Th-Sa, 8th, 9th & 10th – Frozen Dead Guy Days in Nederland, Colorado
Su, 11th – Northern Colorado NSAI – Contact [email protected] for updated info
Mo, 12th – Denver Chapter NSAI – Contact [email protected] for updated info
Sa, 17th – Wendy Clark Band at McDonough’s Irish Pub, 10395 E. Iliff Ave., Aurora – 8:00 p.m.
Sa, 24th – COMBO Meeting with Kenny Passarelli; DMA office, Golden Music – 1:00 p.m.
Su, 25th – Deadline to enter the Tiny Desk Concert contest – See Talent Needed
Sa, 31st – Balanced Breakfast meeting at the Mercury Café, 2199 California St., 11:00 a.m.
April 2018
6th – 29th – “Honorable Disorder” by COMBO Member Jeff Campbell – See “Business News”
Sa, 21st – COMBO Workshop – Speaker Tyler Harvey of 303 Magazine, time/location TBA
Sa, 21st – Jonny Barber debuting new record, Western Riot, at, – 8:00 p.m.
May 2018
Th-Sa, 10th – 12th – Swallow Hill’s Annual Uke Fest! [more details later]
Th, 17th – 303 Magazine’s Compilation Vinyl Record Release Party [more details later]
Sa, 19th – Five Points Jazz Fest –
June 2018
Fr-Su, 1st – 3rd – Peoples Fair, Civic Center, Denver –
Sa, 16th – Juneteenth Festival –
Sa, 16th – 1940s WWII Era Ball w/Glenn Miller Orchestra, Boulder Airport –
July 2018
Su, 1st – Vans Warped Tour – Pepsi Center –
Fr-Su, 6th – 8th – Cherry Creek Arts Festival –
Th-Su, 26th – 29th – Underground Music Showcases Return [See “Business News”]
Previous article ringing a bell in your head? Look for it on COMBO’s Website!
● Warning Signs of Suicide 1-800-273-TALK
● COMBO’s YouTube Channel Features Videos From Our Meetings and Friends
● COMBO’s Next General Meeting – Saturday, March 24th with Bassist Kenny Passarelli

● Go Fund Me Set Up For Guitarist Roe Miranda – Suffering From Kidney Failure
● KCOS Digital Media Looking for Colorado Music
● COMBO Featured Member – Larger than life: Eighteen Year Old Kenzie Culver
● American Classic Piano Holding Moving Sale – Drastic Reductions on Beautiful Pianos
● Emancipation Theater Company Presents The World Premiere of Honorable Disorder – Written and Directed by Jeff Campbell
● Colorado Sound Studios Offering Audio Workshops Including Recording Instruction
● Video Interview with Bassist Mer Sal of The Symbols
● Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: Why Rock Stars Are Suddenly Retiring
● The Stanley Hotel Opens a $10 Million Performance Venue
● Announcing The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest
● Trump Budget Proposes Elimination of Public TV, Arts Funding
● Swallow Hill Announces Botanic Gardens Calendar for Summer 2018
● Johnny Barber Announces New Home for The Colfax Museum
● Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Black Panther’ Album is a Hit — and It Could Change the Music Industry
● Slopeside Announces New Album and Summer Plans
● Bobby Bones Joins New Season of ‘American Idol’
● Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Taking Nominations for Their Awards in August
● Q&A with Storm Gloor: CAM Faculty Member is Fully in Tune With Student Success
● Gibson Guitar Company, Maker of the Les Paul, Facing Bankruptcy After 116 Years in Business
● One of the young people killed in the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was an aspiring musician. Alexander Schachter, 14, played the trombone and baritone as part of the Eagle Regiment marching band and had hoped to continue his career in music in college. Alex’s mom passed away a few months ago so he joins her. COMBO’s sincerest condolences go to Alex’s family and especially to his father. Alex was an only child. A Go Fund Me has been set up – please donate to help his family out with additional expenses and to establish a scholarship fund to keep Alex’s spirit alive:

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