We've been fortunate to have several visits from Chimney Choir over the years. Here are a couple of their most recent performances from our archives.
With time running out on their crowd funding campaign to record their dream album, Chimney Choir made a triumphant return to our studios for a live performance of some of their new unrecorded material. If this is how they can pull it off live can you imagine what will happen in a full recording studio? Andy Zicklin was the host on the Kabaret.
Those completely unclassifiable minstrels of South Broadway, Chimney Choir, stopped by our studios for a live performance. They performed material from their release 'Compass' as well as an older gem from their mesmerizing repertoire. The group is just another example of the incredible talent we have here in the area. Highlights are from a Kabaret session on 5/13/13 hosted by Mark Doyle
Local Gold: On a very hot Friday the 13th in June, the Denver-based group Men In Burka stopped by our Denver studios to perform a couple of tunes and share an unreleased track with us. They talked about the origins of their unique sound and the response they have received from audiences locally and Internationally.
Communikey Archives 2008: Multicast is an electronic duo from the Colorado area. They are one of many Colorado artists who are showcased during Communikey events. Multicast performed a live set during the festival finale at Trilogy to close out the 1st Edition of the Communikey Festival of Electronic Arts. The festival finale was our first live broadcast from a Communikey event.
Local Gold: The Blue Rider stopped by the KGNU studios for a live performance before the release of their vinyl EP. The band is named after either the controversial public art piece at Denver's International Airport or the fact that all of the band members have blue eyes. It's a mystery really. The one thing we do know for sure is this land-locked surf and psychedelic-infused local band kicks ass.