http://www.coloradomusic.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Songs-end.pngEVENTS: Calendar and Bell Ringers for Thursday, June 13, 2019

EVENTS: Calendar and Bell Ringers for Thursday, June 13, 2019

Again, our apologies for the multiple copies of last week’s newsletter. We have determined that we have a server problem (and not an editor problem!) Hopefully the issue has been fixed. COMBO is about the “Business” of Music. Our mission is to disseminate information that musicians need to know in order to advance their own careers! Our articles represent some phase of music business that could effect musicians everywhere.
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NOTE: COMBO Member Hazel Miller has a new website http://www.hazel miller.biz
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PLEASE! Don’t kill yourself. Call a friend, wait until after midnight, get a lot of sleep, or call 1-800-273-TALK. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. You have a purpose in life – you will find it but you need time. Trust us – You’ll be glad you stayed alive at some point in the near future. Walk outside and look at the stars and think how much you will miss them. (And NO – you won’t be one of them…)
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Talent Needed:
● COMBO’s 7th Annual Songwriting Contest started May 1st – Ends August 1, 2019
● Denver Open Media. com Needs Music for Its New Radio Station
● Open Stage for Country Music Lovers – Thursday nights at 6:00
● Julie Geller Offering “The Magic of You” Course
● Jazz Jam at Bear Creek Distillery 4th Thursday of the Month
● Colorado Guitar Show & Custom Luthier Expo on Saturday, June 29th
● www.Durango-Songwriters-Expo.com – In BROOMFIELD, Oct. 3-5, 2019
● #WomenCrushDEN: Songstress Happy Hour Open Mic Meetup (every 3rd Tuesday!)
Syntax Physic Opera, 554 South Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80209 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Next one: Tuesday, June 18th
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Events – June 2019:
Thru the summer: Free shows at Levitt Pavillion, Ruby Hill Park, Denver
http://www.levittpavillion.com
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Thru the summer: City Park Jazz – Free shows | Go here for the full schedule:
http://www.cityparkjazz.org/2019-calendar
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Fr, 7th – 29th – Equinox Theatre Company Presents “Be More Chill” – “campy high school sci-fi spoof!” – http://www.EquinoxTheatreDenver.com
Fr-Su, 14th – 16th – Denver BBQ Festival – Mile High Stadium | https://denverbbqfest.com
Sa, 15th – Brighton Blues Blast w/Tab Benoit & Cass Clayton | Brighton Armory, 300 Strong St. https://www.facebook.com/events/423566191735746/
Tu, 18th – #WomenCrushDEN: Songstress Happy Hour Open Mic Meet-up (every 3rd Tuesday!)
Syntax Physic Opera, 554 South Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80209 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Fr-Su, 20th -23rd – Mile High Blues Weekend, Highlands – http://milehighblues.com
Sa-Su, 22nd – 23rd – Highlands Ranch Music Arts Festival – http://hrconcertband.org/festival/
Th, 27th – Jazz Jam at Bear Creek Distillery, 1879 South Acoma St, Denver – 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Fr, 28th – Root 40 Music Fest at the Colfax Museum complex -6-10 p.m. (See Events)
Sa, 29th – Root 40 Music Fest at the Colfax Museum complex – starting at noon (See Events)
Featuring Jim Lauderdale (George Strait’s songwriter!)
Sa, 29th – Guitar & Luthier Show, Lutheran High School, Parker, CO – 10:00-3:00 p.m.
Sa, 29th – Extreme at Freedom Fest Colorado – Jefferson County Fairgrounds
https://eventsplus.radio.com/denver/kqmt/e/colorado-freedom-festival-2019/preview
Sa, 29th – Pre-Steel Guitar Show Dance at the Thornton VFW – Tickets $7 at door – Details at http://www.denversteelguitarshow.com
Sa-Su, 29th – 30th – Blues From the Top, Winter Park | http://grandblues.org/bluesfromthetop
Sa, 29th – HogaBlues, Allenspark
Su, 30th – 2019 Denver Steel Guitar Show at Dougie G’s Lounge, Thornton VRW, 10217 Quivas Street – 11:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. $15 at the door. Details at http://www.denversteelguitarshow.com
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Artists – June 2019:
Sa, 15th – Rudy Grant Band at Mile High Market Place, 88th & H76 – 12 to 3:00 p.m.
Sa, 15th – Leigh West at Pride Fest, Center Stage, Civic Center Park, Denver – 1:30 p.m.
Su, 16th – Leigh West at Pride Fest, Center Stage, Civic Center Park, Denver – 12:00 noon
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Events – July 2019:
From July 6th through August 6th: Central City Opera 2019 | https://centralcityopera.org/
Th, 4th – Sa, 6th – Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Cherry Creek Shopping Area, Denver
Sa, 6th – Broadway Reunion at The Venue, 1451 Cortez St., Hwy. 36 & Pecos – Featuring bands from The Broadway days: Angellic Rage, fourth Estate, Chaos Theory, Hippie Werewolves, and [Gregg Stone’s band] Nasty’s Nightmare | This is going to be monumental! Don’t miss it.
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Fr, 12th – Rudy Grant & The Buffalo Riders at DIA’s Plaza’s “Fly Away Fridays” – 11:00 a.m.
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Su, 21st – 2019 Biennial of the Americas Festival @ Levitt Pavilion | https://www.biennialoftheamericas.org/
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Fr – Su, 26th – 28th – Underground Music Showcases |Weekend passes offer access to FOUR outdoor stages, over 200 bands to be announced, as well as 20+ Indoor venues! https://www.undergroundmusicshowcase.com/tickets
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Artists – July 2019:
Sa, 27th – Rudy Grant Band at Mile High Market Place, 88th & H76 – 12 to 3:00 p.m.
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Events – August 2019:
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Mo, 26th – OneRepublic w/the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks – Tickets on sale now
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Th, 29th – 2019 Biennial of the Americas Festival @ Levitt Pavilion |
https://www.biennialoftheamericas.org/
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Fr-Sa, 30th – 31st – Taste of Colorado – Civic Center, Denver
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Artists – August 2019:
Sa, 3rd – Rudy Grant Band at Cheluna’s Brewery, 2501 Dallas Street, Aurora – 7:00 p.m.
Su, 18th – Rudy Grant Band at CCMHOF Festival, Dougie’s, 10217 Quivas St. – 2:00 p.m.
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BELL RINGERS: Previous article ringing a bell? 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 7th Annual Songwriting Contest Started May 1st
● CCMLLHF Awards in August – Update on Nominees and More
● Scotte & Toni Burns Need Funding for Their Video Series “Love in America”
● Lawrence Leathers, Roger Kynard “Roky” Erickson pass
● Rudy Grant & The Buffalo Riders Band Playing New “Fly Away Fridays” at DIA
● Featured Songs for June
● Story Behind Featured Song “Sweet Norma Jean”
● Root 40 Music Fest Announces Jim Lauderdale as the Headlining Act
● How a Boy Band From South Korea Became the Biggest in the World
● Iron Maiden is Suing 3D Realms Over Ion Maiden
● Singer Leon Redbone Dies at 69
● K-pop Star Goo Hara Found Unconscious at Home, Sparks Debate on Pressures of K-pop Fame

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