All right, folk pop fans. Joshua Radin is bringing his acoustic guitar and best crooning voice to Denver tomorrow, where he'll play a sold-out show at the Gothic Theatre, 3263 South Broadway. If you absolutely can't wait to toss on a plaid shirt and be seduced by the man's heartfelt, confessional melodies, you'll want to pay close attention: We're giving away a chance to meet the dude before his show. Want to win?
Radin broke onto the scene accidentally with a recording of "Winter," which the Cary Brothers passed along to Zach Braff, securing the singer's place in the annals of sitcom soundtrack history.
If you want to go to the meet-and-greet, leave us a comment that contains five words, free-word-association-style, that you think of when you hear the word "winter." Make sure to include a valid email address (we won't share it) so we can get in touch if you win the prize. Doors open tomorrow at 7 p.m.
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