Tyler Jacobson of Mile High Soul Club Releases His First Original Song in Twenty Years: Listen

Tyler Jacobson is best known for his involvement in some of the most popular parties in Denver in the 21st century with Lipgloss, Casual and Mile High Soul Club. Today, Jacobson is offering a free download of the first song he was involved in writing in more than twenty years: "39." The significance of the title comes from Jacobson's age: He turns 40 today. The recording project, called Enablers Anonymous, is the result of a transatlantic collaboration between Jacobson and former Kingmaker drummer John Andrew. From 1992 to 1993, Jacobson had fronted the alternative rock band The Ann B. Davis', named after the late actress who played Alice, the maid in the TV sitcom The Brady Bunch.

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Tom Murphy is a writer, visual artist and musician from Aurora, Colorado. He was a prolific music writer for Westword and a documenter of the Denver music scene.