If the mountains to the West are the first thing that Denver's visitors notice, the second are all the people standing on corners holding signs? While panhandlers, as they're commonly known, are sheltered by the First Amendment, Denver' sign-fliers are also prohibited from using profanity or being a ... More >>
THE HOLLYFELDS NOMINATED IN COUNTRY/ALT-COUNTRY 2:00-2:45 P.M., DAZZLE Personnel: Eryn Hoerig; Kate Grigsby; Tim Mallot; Sam Spitzer; Keith Hoerig Discography: Black Heart Blue (2009), Saratoga (2008); File Under 'H' for Toy (EP) (2006) Download or stream "2 a.m." after the jump
It's time to start getting excited about a fresh EP from the Hollyfelds, the band that Westword readers deemed the best alt-country act in town last year. It's been just over a year since the thoroughly entertaining, unflinchingly professional and utterly engaging quintet graced us with its debut fu ... More >>
THE HOLLYFELDS NOMINATED IN COUNTRY/ALT-COUNTRY Performing 3:30-4 PM at SUTRA Personnel: Eryn Hoerig; Kate Grigsby; Tim Mallot; Sam Spitzer; Keith Hoerig Discography: Saratoga (2008); File Under ‘H’ For Toy (EP) (2006) Download "I'm Gonna Feel Tonight" or stream the entire track after the jump ... More >>
Click here for more photos by Brian Folkins. The Hollyfelds and Three Miles West Friday, May 2, 2008 The Walnut Room The Hollyfelds are a country band – a fact that co-lead singer Eryn Hoerig made sure to point out. Although this was pretty obvious after the band's first song, Hoerig’s charm w ... More >>
A band that eats together stays together.
I hate winter. Yes, I know. Colorado winters are remarkably mild and sunny, and we’re blessed with the occasional 60-degree day to break up the season. But I still hate it. And I say that every year, right about this time. Like many people I know, the middle of winter sends me into a hibernation ... More >>
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