Bonnie And The Clydes with The ThreadBarons

The Black Buzzard at Oskar Blues Denver Presents

Bonnie And The Clydes with The ThreadBarons

The ThreadBarons

Fri · May 11, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Bonnie And The Clydes
Bonnie And The Clydes
Bonnie Sims commands the stage with a natural presence of a songstress beyond her years. At twenty seven she has already established herself as a hard working woman of this modern musical era, doing the majority of booking and managing for the band as well. Bonnie sings with a voice that seems too big for her petite (almost) five foot frame, belting to the back row wherever she is with heart and soul. Her energy is infectious and undeniable, she makes it easy to love and impossible to sit still, be it an emotional evoking ballad or a peel-the-paint country rocker. The band consists of Taylor Sims (Bonnie’s husband) on electric guitar and vocals, Caleb Roberts on bass guitar, and Jake Coffin on drums. In addition to Taylor’s electric guitar and vocal contribution to the band, he and Bonnie also pool there songwriting talents to co-write many tunes that define the unique Bonnie & the Clydes’ sound.

In early 2011, Bonnie & the Clydes released their self titled debut album to much critical acclaim. The album became #18 in Colorado Sounds’ Best of 2011 year end review. They followed that one with WRONG SIDE UP, released in July 2012. In promoting WRONG SIDE UP, Bonnie & the Clydes worked with Bill Wence Productions out of Nolensville, TN. The album saw success on the AMA chart, reaching #30 and the single, "Dark Side of the Road", charted with New Music Weekly's country singles, reaching #30 as well. "Music for the People; Part 1" was released in early 2014 and is available for free if you go to our website URL and add /exclusive -bonus for reading the bio! And thanks.
Bonnie & the Clydes
The ThreadBarons
With three singer-songwriters from three different generations, you’d expect the ThreadBarons’ to be a mishmash of genres, directions, and voices. And it is. But the mixture works in a way that each member’s influence is heard, creating a kind of progressive roots rock. Their style draws from folk, rock and roll, blues, honky tonk, and countless others, not thrown together, but carefully woven with vocal harmonies and affecting lyrics. Especially in live shows, the ThreadBarons strive to create a distinctive, genuine sound and a bona fide performance. “If the ThreadBarons' moniker is a play on the word ‘threadbare,’ it fits the weathered Americana made by the Denver quartet . . . the act takes a well-worn, no-bullshit approach.” - Jon Solomon, Westword Magazine. Comprised of Dan Sidor (drums /vox), Nikkoli Kade Kubena (guitars and vox), Pete Gillespie (Guitars, mandolin, harmonica, and vox), Will Rice (keys and vox) and Daniel Putrino (bass and vox), the ThreadBarons are a Colorado band with a Colorful sound.
Venue Information:
The Black Buzzard at Oskar Blues Grill & Brew
1624 Market St
Denver, CO, 80202
https://www.theblackbuzzard.com/