When:July 30, 2024
Time:7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Where:eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Cost:$22+ Taxes & Fees

Doors: 6 PM

Show: 7 PM

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Doc Robinson

Fronted by the commanding tenor vocals of Jon Elliott, the soul of Doc Robinson is a swirl of song-forward sensibility, heartbreak harmonies, and feel-good vibes. Named for the two main influences of the original 2016 collaboration that spawned the band — Doctor Dog and Smokey Robinson — they have catapulted themselves beyond genre categorization into a midwestern gumbo concoction. Known for their captivating live performances, the band draws crowds in with their engaging stage presence and infectious energy. Since its inception in Columbus, Ohio, Doc Robinson has emerged as a driving force in the grassroots indie music movement. The band's nationwide tours alongside acts like Caamp, Neal Francis, The Brook and the Bluff, and more, as well as song placements on major TV series like The Walking Dead and BoJack Horseman, have helped them reach audiences worldwide.

Abby Brown

Not even congenital hearing loss was going to stop Abby Brown from becoming an all-around Americana-pop singer, songwriter and performer. Abby found her true calling in music at a young age - and never wavered from pursuing her dream. Her first live gigs started at the age of seven in her then hometown of Boston, where she soon rose to prominence at the local level both as a solo performer and with two of her sisters in a band that would eventually become known as Flatiron Junction. The sister trio has since performed around the country, and most notably, the National Anthem at Boston's legendary Fenway Park and at Coors Field for the Colorado Rockies. Based on the critically-acclaimed success of her debut EP “Gypsy Soul”, Brown released her second EP "Heart on Fire". Both records are on the Pure Music Nashville label, which signed Abby in 2016 when an A&R rep for the label first heard her perform. Abby is releasing new music in 2024 inspired by her trials and tribulations looking for love and finding herself along the way. “Highway, Take Me Home” is her latest single, an ode to Boulder, Colorado, which she calls home. Her music is influenced from a variety of genres including Americana, Bluegrass, Country and Pop, and from artists like Alison Krauss, The Chicks, Stevie Nicks, Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves.

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