RANGELY | “Dear me,” (Dear me comma) presents socially relevant, humorous songwriting that sounds like Louis C.K. formed an indie band with the Beatles. Based in Denver, Colo., their folk-influenced harmonies lay the groundwork for lyrics that explore the absurdities of being a 20-something in the 21st century. Their music walks the tightrope between hilarious and depressing, but the live show is so electric they’ll never let you fall. People can listen to our debut album, “Present Perfect,” at soundcloud.com/dearmecomma/sets/present-perfect, or on Spotify at bit.ly/dearmecomma, at bit.ly/introvertsdilemma, or view the entire youtube channel at youtube.com/spinalcolumna. The band’s website is www.dearmecomma.com Dear me, will perform at the Rangely High School auditorium Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.
MEEKER I Ask Chris Cagle what’s most important to him and you can bet he’ll answer this way: “Family, ranch, music. That’s it.” This response is seemingly simple for a man whose professional credits include […]
RBC I This year’s free Septemberfest concert on Labor Day Monday will feature country artist Kaleb Austin. Austin’s debut recording was released in April 2014. Since then he has played more than 250 shows around […]