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Mishawaka Amphitheatre
13714 Poudre Canyon Highway
Bellvue, CO 80512

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Cosmic Mesa

Friday October 9th, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors at 7:00)

With special guests Porcelain City and Derek Blake

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Cosmic Mesa is a Cosmic Americana Grass band based in Denver, CO. The group was formed in March 2014 by guitarist and singer-songwriter, Andrew DeCarlo. Since then the group has evolved into a very entertaining arrangement and has been performing shows up and down the Colorado front range. Cosmic Mesa has already entertained audiences at such places as Hodi's Half Note in Fort Collins, The Swing Station in Laporte CO, The Twisted Pine in Boulder, Cervantes in Denver and The Mishawaka in Bellvue just to name a few.

Andrew DeCarlo - Guitar and Vocals
Oren Paisner - Mandolin and Vocals
Scott Vincent - Upright Bass and Vocals
Joey Purmort - Banjo
Nancy Steinberger - Fiddle

Since their inception Cosmic Mesa has focused on original songwriting and instrumental compositions. The group's musical performances really highlight Andrew DeCarlo and Oren Paisner's progressive singer-songwriting style and they are constantly adding new material. In addition, the group also boasts the exceptional cosmic skills of Joey Purmort on banjo, Scott Vincent on upright bass, and "Rockygrass Fiddle Champion" Nancy Steinberger on fiddle! Along with great originals the band also plays a mixture of crazy fiddle tunes, old traditionals, and some choice covers.

Cosmic Mesa is a band worth following and has a progressive and interesting influence amongst the Americana-folk-bluegrass community. So get up on the Cosmic Mesa and enjoy the view as these folks bring new songs and sounds to the scene!"




Porcelain City plays a refreshing mixture of folk, blues, bluegrass, rock, and indie. With their highly catchy original songs, popular covers, and comedic improvisations, Porcelain City strives to constantly engage audience members with the unexpected. Recently, the band produced its first EP in Fort Collins at Morningwood Studios. They continue to regularly play gigs around Northern Colorado. Featuring Nick Bonnet (vocals/guitar), Megan Rice (vocals, misc.), Logan Lightfoot (bass), Andy Benson (drums), and Danica Cunningham (violin).



Derek Blake is a local singer/songwriter, bluegrass, and folk musician. He has been a huge part of the Northern Colorado scene for several years, participating in various groups and launching his own projects as well (Mustard Licks, Free Range Pickens, etc.). Derek's  refreshing original songs combined with his take on old favorites makes him a crowd favorite. 


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8:00 pm
SpokesBUZZ Lounge Bellvue, CO

Glen Phillips

Glen Phillips with Special Guests

Sunday October 11th, 2015 7:00 PM (Doors at 6:00)

With Dave Beegle

Glen Phillips started his first band, Toad The Wet Sprocket in Santa Barbara at age 15. It was that group's third album -- the jangling, orchestral Fear -- that truly broke the group, garnering heavy radio play with the singles "All I Want" and "Walk on the Ocean." After three years away from the recording studio, Toad returned to the mainstream with Dulcinea, which again found one of its singles, "Fall Down," in heavy radio rotation. After six albums and a substantial string of hits, the group disbanded in 1998.?? Phillips began touring as a solo act after Toad the Wet Sprocket's demise, and has released 5 solo records and two EPs, collaborated on two projects (Mutual Admiration Society and Works Progress Administration), released an EP with Plover (with Neilson Hubbard and Garrison Starr) and an album as RemoteTreeChildren (with Portland's John Askew).

In 2006, while supporting the Mr Lemons album, he also toured North American with a reunited Toad the Wet Sprocket. Toad has toured off and on since that time, and in 2011 played 70 shows and decided to begin writing for a new album, to be released late in 2012.  Glen is currently at home except for a long weekend of shows each month, and is writing songs for Toad as well as future solo releases. He still lives in Santa Barbara with his wife and three daughters.

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7:00 pm
SpokesBUZZ Lounge Bellvue, CO

Blackbird and the Storm

Sunday October 18th, 2015 2:00 PM (Doors at 1:00)

Nominated for a UK New Music Award under the mentorship of producer Flood (Bob Dylan, U2, PJ Harvey, Sigur Ros), Boulder native Marie-Juliette Bird has returned from London with a killer batch of birdsongs and a new collarboration with Audubon. Combining looped birdsong along with acoustic and electric instruments, BLACKBIRD AND THE STORM is a truly original vision, dubbed 'apocalyp-electo-folk' by John Caramanica of Rolling Stone. Using the melodies, rhythms, and folklore of birdsong as a sourcefor songwriting inspiration, the project features local musical luminaries: Eben Grace (guitar), Raoul Rossiter (drums), Todd Ayers (bird loops), Greta Parks (cello), and Marie-Juliette Bird (vocals, guitar, piano). The second single from the project, BLACK CROW, was dubbed 'Best Single of the Week' on the UK Indie chart and the video for the song, created by Denver filmmakers Teahm Beahm, recently premiered at the Denver Film Festival. The project recently won an Independent Music Award under the category of Social Action for Climate Change.

A percentage of proceeds go to the Fort Collins Audubon Society.
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2:00 pm
SpokesBUZZ Lounge Bellvue, CO

Mishawaka and KCSU Present The Stone Foxes at the Downtown Artery

The Stone Foxes with Special Guest iZCALLi

With Special Guest iZCALLi

Tuesday October 27, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors at 7:00)

Live at Downtown Artery

The Stone Foxes

The Stone Foxes are a rock n roll band with one objective: “We’re 6 dudes who believe rock n roll can move mountains, and we’re gonna play it until we move one.” They hail from San Francisco and with the release of their fourth album, Twelve Spells, they have solidified a place in the city's rich rock n roll history. They’ve played in front of thousands at festivals like Outside Lands and VooDoo Fest, they’ve headlined the legendary Fillmore Theater in their hometown and have supported acts like The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant and ZZ Top. This is San Francisco’s rock band; bearing the torch of their predecessors and ready to shake the earth.

The Stone Foxes bring the audience in. Engaging and invoking them with their commanding stage presence, even jumping down into the crowd if the mood strikes. Their fans know they are in for something action packed and they light a fire in the band, just as the band spreads fire back into them. Guitarists digging in, jumping on and off of monitors, lead vocals changing between two and four unique voices all with impassioned nuance, and keyboard and organ sounds that fill the space with smoke and burning embers. There are edgy drum tones, wailing harmonica draws and violin cries that can silence even the most raucous of rooms. But this is not a sit-down-and-watch kind of event. The Stone Foxes are an experience to dive into, to get wild with, to sweat with. Like Elvis once said about rock n roll, “If you feel it, you can’t help but move to it.” The Stone Foxes' live show is built to make you move. When a band brandishes this kind of dynamic and all-in passion on stage, it is impossible not to feel it.

The Mishawaka will sell a limited amount of tickets to the show. Ticket sales will stop via the Mish system on October 12th. After the 12th, all tickets must be purchased through Downtown Artery.
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8:00 pm
Downtown Artery Fort Collins, CO

Bob Schneider

Saturday December 12th, 2015 8:00 PM (Doors at 7:00 PM)

Bob Schneider is the best artist you’ve never heard of. But this year alone, he’s headlining every premiere venue in Austin—the Paramount, the Bass Concert Hall, Dell Hall at the Long Center, and ACL Live/Moody Theater. Sure, he’s struggled to break out of the Texas bubble, but this doesn’t stop him. “If I were to listen to the gatekeepers—the critics, the charts—I’d never have done anything.” And though the media barely grants him sidelong glances, the audiences keep coming.

Bob packs houses, he croons, he makes everybody swoon.

Bob Schneider is tenacious, constantly churning out new work. He’s thinking ahead, two albums down the line. “When I’m recording a record, when I’m mixing a record, I’m still writing songs. I’m always writing songs.” He’s known for his prolific catalogue, more songs than most other bands on the charts have…combined. He brims with projects and ideas: a demo bible—a collection of 1000 original demos with lyrics—is long in the works, a way for his longterm fans to access all of his songs and all of their lyrics, from the deeply poetic to the tangled and twisted to the flat-out profane. He’s also hard at work developing The Across The World Symphony.

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8:00 pm
SpokesBUZZ Lounge Bellvue, CO
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