March 1: Like Humans Do - An Impact Dance Event
Innovative IMPACT Dance Artistic Director, Judy Bejarano, creates an original event for the newly renovated gallery space at 200 Mathews Street in the historic Carnegie Building. Like Humans Do spans the emotional spectrum, exploring humor in the mundane. Compelling and sweeping movements are framed by original text and complemented by the design of four projectionists and printed photographic images. Seating is limited so get your tickets early at www.impactdancecompany.com/events or at the door. Adults $17, Students/Seniors $12.
March 7: Dubskin w/ Dave Watts & Friends
Reggae-shakers, jam-rockers and hip-hoppers alike will want to check out Dubskin early this month at the Aggie Theatre. Originating in Ft. Collins, the seven-piece group has become the leading source for reggae music in Colorado and has performed at top venues and festivals across the nation. Known for taking it to an entirely new level by incorporating styles of funk, hip hop, rock and more, Dubskin is sure to stimulate the audience with its conscious lyrics and catchy rhythms alongside Dave Watts & Friends, March 7.
March 11: Dragondeer
Dragondeer, an alternative pychedelic blues trio from Denver with frontman Eric Halborg leading on vocals, harmonica, and guitar, Cody Rudy’s airy lap steel and mandolin, and Carl Sorensen rounding out early Led Zeppelin and 13th Floor Elevators echoes on percussion – will be at KRFC’s Live @ Lunch Noon Hour on March 11th to warm us up for their performance at Hodi’s Half Note later that evening at 8pm with Sour Boy Bitter Girl before heading onto South x Southwest. These guys are a Do Not Miss experience you will be reveling with after hearing their music that in the short time since their inception in 2013, already has been featured with accompanying videos on Colorado Public Radio’s On Air Sessions and named one of Denver’s Ten Best Side Projects.
March 16: Remembering DJ Jimmy Hands
To remember the late and talented DJ Jimmy Hands, Latyrx will be playing a memorial show mid-month at Hodi’s Half Note. DJ Jimmy Hands suffered from one of the worst cases of Psoriasis as a young boy which eventually led to the development of Rheumatoid Arthritis. Despite his life-threatening disease, the talented hip hop DJ touched the hearts of many throughout Ft. Collins before his unexpected death in 2011. Make sure to come out and support DJ Jimmy Hands with his friends, family and the lyrical duo of Latyrx featuring DJ Quest and Darian Gray.
March 21: Subdudes
We know 2014 is a big year and in the midst of that initial onset is the great news of a reunion that has long been awaited for – The Original Lineup of The Subdudes! While coming together again after 17 years, maneuvering projects each individual is immersed with is a work of art in itself. Steve Amedee on percussion, Tommy Malone on vocals, acoustic and slide guitars, Johnny Ray Allen on bass guitar and John Magnie on vocals, keyboards and accordion, are making it happen March 21 at Herman’s Hideaway in Denver and on March 22 at the Boulder Theatre. Doors open at 7pm and 7:30pm respectively and tickets start at $30.
March 30: Air Dubai
There is more than meets the eye with Denver-based Air Dubai. Creating an invigorating mix of hip hop, soul, rock and electronic, the six-piece band sets the bar high in Colorado for fresh talent. Barely six years old, Air Dubai has the rare ability to connect with the audience on a personal level which only fuels the band’s energetic and unpredictable performances. You can be sure to expect the same soulful experience later this month at the Aggie Theatre.