Boulder In-the-Round presents The Plus One Show
- When: March 6, 2019 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: FREE (Please RSVP)
Every 1st Wednesday of the month at eTown Hall - a showcase for songwriters and musicians. Local original music in a curated community experience. Hosted by Theresa Peterson.
Entrance is FREE! Please RSVP.
Raw, cathartic confessions delivered with a dark wit and lush vocal harmonies.
Bridging the gap between Americana and indie rock, Copper Leaf is a project about contrasts: loud vs soft, warm vs cool, sparse vs full. From gentle acoustic guitars to noisy breakdowns, bare vocals to four-part harmony, Copper Leaf wants to make you feel feelings and have fun doing it. Initially a solo project, the now-five-piece band has been storming the Denver club circuit since late 2017: UMS, Larimer Lounge, Lost Lake, and more, playing with the likes of The Last Bison, Corsicana, and Kinesics. They are releasing their second full-length album in July 2019, followed by a nationwide tour.
Lyla doesn't have a record or music online, yet - just a deep love for music and a desire to write about all the things that make being a human so complicated and beautiful. As a music therapist, she's sometimes more comfortable singing in a hospital room than on a stage, but has begun sharing her original music with the wider world more often, most recently in Women in Song at the Laughing Goat, Songwriters & Stem Ciders in Denver, and Open Folk in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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, Peterson claims 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.