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PLAIN FARADAY KEEPS IT AUTHENTIC, HUMBLE, AND REALLY GOOD

NICK HUTCHINSON | JULY 30, 2019 | 6:55AM Caleb Sanders isn’t your average guitar slinger. The twenty-year-old Denver native also studies physics at the Colorado School of Mines, sings like a bird, writes compelling lyrics and plays percussion with his feet. He and his band, Plain Faraday, make a very pleasing noise, with Sanders’s songwriting and artistry deftly lifting up the ...
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JACOB CADE LAUNCHES NEW BAND ‘THE BRKN’/DEBUT SINGLE AND VIDEO FOR THE SONG “YOUR EXISTENCE” OUT NOW

RJ Frometa  July 16, 2019 News  One of the most energetic rockers to emerge in the last year is 18-year-old singer/guitarist Jacob Cade, who drew quite a bit of attention with his explosive live performances and the song “Icky Nikki.” And now, Cade is looking to take it to the next level as he launches his ...
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Kayla Marque’s Time to Shine Is Now

KYLE HARRIS | JUNE 19, 2018 | 8:00AM Singer Kayla Marque sits on a bench behind the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, her face hidden beneath a denim baseball cap and saucer-sized sunglasses. Puffy clouds the color of orange sherbet decorate the city’s skyline as the sun dips below the mountains. The sunset’s beauty is born of pollution, Marque explains, ...
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Having a Kid Made Get Along Comfortable Writing Weird Songs

LARA RUGGLES | DECEMBER 27, 2016 | 5:00AM When Nicholas and Cara Yañez of the band Get Along were first engaged, they were just becoming serious about playing music together. This potentially explosive combination of love and creativity drew out well-meaning naysayers who dished out unsolicited advice. Mostly: “Get along” — hence the band’s name.  They were married when Cara ...
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The Spot Studios turns Lakewood mansion into recording space

By YOURHUB.COM and AUSTIN BRIGGS | abriggs@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: June 17, 2014 at 8:48 am | UPDATED: April 27, 2016 at 2:07 am LAKEWOOD — After a six-month search for a house that could also serve as a recording studio, the moment had come for Glenn Sawyer and Rich Veltrop. The music producers had found their dream location — a 7,800-square-foot acoustically unique home ...
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