Antonio Lopez presents: “Winter of Woodshed”
Thursday, March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
At this performance, Antonio Lopez will be reemerging after his “Winter of Woodshed”, a period in which he is using this winter season to focus on writing new material and honing in on a new sound…
Antonio will be joined by:
Joshua Thomas – drums and vocals
Chad E. Mathis – bass and vocals
Kate Farmer – vocals
Jonathan Sadler – marimba, handpans
Kyle Donovan – guitar and vocals
Antonio Lopez has the “it” factor. There are those in the know, and those who don’t know yet. His acoustic soul and modern folk sound garners comparison to artists such as Amos Lee and Paul Simon. A sixth generation Coloradan, Antonio was born and raised in Alamosa and now resides in Longmont. He has released three albums independently with plans to release a fourth in 2019 entitled Roots and Wings. Previous accolades include song of the year winner in The Southwest Independent Music Awards. Antonio has collaborated with artists such as folk luminaries Don Conoscenti and Daniel Valdez (Santana, Linda Ronstadt).
Doors at 6:30pm. Show at 7:30pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door OR online at Brown Paper Tickets. Sliding scale donation of $5 – $20. Capacity is limited to 40 patrons… We’ll be serving up our bodacious organic beverages (spirituous and non-spirituous, as always) before the show, during intermission, and after the show!