Bev Wasserman Band will be performing on the streets of Fort Collins, Colorado this summer thanks to Streetmosphere, a project to bring music and art to the streets each summer for free. You can connect with Streetmosphere and support this very cool, summer long event through their Kickstarter program: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1762942566/streetmosphere.
And don’t forget to mark your calendar for Bev Wasserman Band’s Streetmosphere performances on July 14th (1:30 to 4:30) and July 20th (5:00 to 8:00) at the corner of College and Mountain Avenues, next to Ingredient Restaurant.
Hear the Bev Wasserman Band at one of Fort Collins’ hottest music venues—Avogadro’s Number. A longtime favorite, Avo’s is a breeding ground for up and coming Indie Rock and Singer-Songwriters like the Bev Wasserman Band.
This performance will mark the unveiling and release of the Band’s new CD, STONE WASH RED, available beginning late April on iTunes, Amazon.com and wherever music is sold.
Don’t miss this show! 7:30 p.m. April 28th, 2013 at Avogadro’s Number, 605 South Mason Street, Fort Collins, Colorado. Tickets at the door. 970-493-5555. More info at www.avogadros.com.
The Bev Wasserman Band will be performing for the FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK series, at the Gallery at Poudre Studio Artists & Galleries this Friday, March 1st. Located at the edge of beautiful Old Town, Fort Collins, the Gallery provides a studio home for fifteen artists, in addition to housing a large public gallery space.
The Band will share some of the new arrangements that will be featured in their Debut CD, STONE WASH RED, scheduled for release in April, 2013. Tickets for this Friday’s event are free. More information at Poudre Studio Artists & Galleries.
Event & Map Link: Poudre Studio Artists & Galleries
Address: 406 North College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Date: March 1, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm
The Bev Wasserman Band is laying down tracks again! We are well into today’s recording session, adding harmonica and vocals as well as some bass and guitar in our third studio day. The Band’s new album is set for release this Spring.
The band is laying down tracks today at the studio! Here are Bruce and Chris hard at work on their guitars, and Bruce on his 1962 Kay bass.
Our audiences have been asking us for an album, and we are excited that tomorrow will start the process of getting our sound onto disk and out to the world. Our first recording session begins in 12 hours! Look for our album to release in the Spring of 2013.
The Old Red Truck—born in 1954—now with faded red paint, dings and scratches from a life well lived. It stands out… just like the Indie Rock of the Bev Wasserman Band.
And when you hear Bev’s soul-iced voice laying out harmonic words like sounds from an undiscovered world, coupled with the growl of Bruce’s upright bass, the howl of his blues harp in a gutsy weathered wooden porch jam session, tied together with Chris’s inspired, perfectly picked strings—almost jumping off the guitar—then it all starts to make sense. Everything. The why of the music, the long-lost yet found harp lines, the indescribably delicious vocals and resonant tomes of tones. And the roar of a one-of-a-kind, big old red truck.