When:December 4, 2019
Time:7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost: $15 (Plus Applicable Service Fees)

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Doors at 6:00pm
Show at 7:00pm

Join us in the eTown Cafe at eTown Hall for Boulder In-the-Round!

Every 1st Wednesday of the month at eTown Hall - songwriters take turns sharing their songs. On December 4th, we'll amp it up as we're joined by 5 songwriters for the Boulder In-the-Round 5th Anniversary Show with an all together jam. We'll also be hosting a drawing with some exciting prizes including the live paintings, eTown tickets, and more!

Enjoy local original music in a curated community experience, accompanied by a live painting by Mick TresemerEllen MoershelSage HelpermanSarai Snyder and Tania Henderson. Hosted by Theresa Peterson.

Use your ticket after the show on the evening of December 4th to be redeemed at Mountain Sun Brewery on Pearl for a complimentary 8oz. beer.


Hunter Stone

With his gritty, raw voice and resonator guitar, Hunter Stone has spent the last years crafting his own style of folk-blues. His songwriting echoes the simple melodic beauty of folk music of the past and his lyrical content paints pictures of the world we see around us.  Stone kicks things up with the stomp of a foot drum and the bent notes of a pinky slide, bringing his lyrics to life with the emotional honesty of his voice.


Shanna In a Dress

Shanna in a Dress - eTown

Shanna in a Dress is a witty and wordy songstress whose folk pop tunes and candid stage presence will stick in your ears and heart long after her set ends. You'll laugh one moment and cry the next as she delivers a touch of humor mixed with cleverly relatable lyrics all wrapped up in a sweet voice.


Theresa Peterson

A pure voice is a rare find and Theresa Peterson has found hers, both as a singer and a songwriter. Her smooth tone echoes the ease of singers like Joni Mitchell and Alison Krauss, floating between octaves with melodies that stretch the line between old and new. Peterson's lyrics paint pictures, buckle knees and leave a sense of depravity and hope, wrapped up in unique chord structures and alternate tunings. She dives deep into the bottomless wells of love, death and life with her storytelling and touches the intangible through photographic lyrics.

A native Texan and a lifelong musician, starting out on violin at age 3 and writing songs since childhood, songs flooded out of her after moving to Colorado 5 years ago. The call to move west was ever present and it's now apparent why. After finding her way back to herself and pouring back into her music, she discovered her true voice here as well as a passion for creating community. She is founder, host, and curator of Boulder In-the-Round.

In April 2017, she released two singles Empty and Heat in the Fire and released her first full-length album All These Things on August 10, 2018. She is currently recording a new album set to release in February 2020.


Oliver Jacobson

Oliver Jacobson is a fiddle player, guitarist, and singer/ songwriter brought up in Boulder CO. His solo sound draws from americana, roots rock, folk, soul, and world music, looping guitar and violin to create a unique sound. Music from the soul and songs from the heart, Oliver Jacobson seeks to share a story and take you somewhere far away.

You can also see Oliver playing fiddle with Foxfeather, Billy Shaddox, and Half Pint and the Growers regularly around the front range.


Liz Berube


Liz Berube (pronounced “Bear-uh-bee”) is a singer/songwriter in the front range area. Drawing on influences from Bonnie Raitt, Patty Griffin, John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Brandi Carlile, and Etta James, Berube writes songs that dip into the genres of folk, bluegrass, blues, and americana. Boulder Weekly refers to her voice as alternating between, “soulful crooning and belting out powerhouse notes”. Her lyrics are powerful, poetic, and clever - sure to make you feel something.