When:February 5, 2022
Time:7:00 am - 9:30 pm
Where:eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Cost:$20GA + Applicable Fees
Show:7:00 pmBuy Tickets
eTown is requiring proof of vaccination against Covid-19 or a negative test to attend our shows.
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Covenhoven is nationally recognized indie artist Joel Van Horne, a multi-instrumental singer-songwriter whose rich harmonies, reedy baritone and commanding falsetto have found a home with critics and fans since 2013.
Through 4 full length albums and 2 EPs Covenhoven has forged a signature style; layered acoustic arrangements that roll with momentum into orchestral peaks, accompanied by lyrics that contrast hard-won wisdom with the inherent hope of the natural world—from Big Sur to his native Colorado.
Covenhoven’s latest album, IV (released in October 2021), is his most collaborative and rock forward to date—taking a producing partner in Ben Wysocki of the Fray, who also performs on the album. IV features over a dozen musicians including Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov, Luke Mossman of Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, and Bluebook’s Julie Davis.
Bandwagon magazine writes that in IV, Covenhoven reaches “into chamber pop territory, and revealing a wider vocal range…sheltered by a gorgeous, rich string and piano accompaniment, whisks us above the campfire folk…”
Covenhoven’s live performances capture the spirit of his recordings—whether its conjuring cascading loops in his solo shows or backed by a full band—Covenhoven’s sound fills the breadth of outdoor spaces, auditoriums and club stages.
Regularly touring the United States, Covenhoven has shared the stage with Grammy winners and nominees S.Carey (Bon Iver), Jose Gonzalez, Gregory Alan Isakov, and John Paul White (Civil Wars). Covenhoven has also performed with genre bending artists Lord Huron, Joshua James, Blind Pilot, Esme Patterson, John Craigie, Daniel Rodriguez (Elephant Revival), Shook Twins, Reed Foehl, Rainbow Girls, Joan Shelley and host of others.
Covenhoven songs have been streamed 3 million times and reached over 14 million people through television shows including: 13 Reasons Why, Nashville, Teen Wolf, Home Before Dark, Flaked, Kevin Probably Saves the World, and Private Eyes—Canada’s most watched show for 5 years.
Enigmatic, otherworldly, and thoroughly affecting, Bluebook is a four-piece indie band featuring Julie Davis (upright bass, vocals, loops, lyrics), Jess Parsons (keyboards, vocals), Hayley Helmericks (drums, vocals), and Anna Morsett (guitar , vocals). Processed upright bass, light percussion, distant keyboards, and ethereal guitar combine to support a monumental approach to vocal harmony that conjures the ur-myth of the American Woman. Bluebook “loops rhythmic and melodic bass lines with synth noise to create folk music rooted in blues, gospel and even darkwave….offer[ing] up aching harmonies, using bare-bones instrumentation to support their songs” (The Westword, Kyle Harris).
Masks and proof of vaccination will be required for this event. We will accept a negative COVID test within 48 hours of the event if you are not vaccinated. Please read our COVID-19 Guidelines if you have any questions. This page will be updated as information around COVID-19 evolves.
eTown Hall Refund and Exchange Policy: eTown does not provide refunds or exchanges for any ticket purchases. If you have further questions, please call us at 303-443-8696, ext. 100.