When:December 7, 2018
Time:7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost: $15 || $20 DOS Plus Applicable Service Fees

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Join us at eTown Hall for an intimate evening of music with Paul Kimbiris & Kind Hearted Strangers!

Unlike eTown's Live Radio Show Tapings, our 'eTown presents' series are uninterrupted full concerts that take place in eTown's solar-powered home in Boulder, CO, eTown Hall.

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

Paul Kimbiris

Paul Kimbiris - eTown

"Paul Kimbiris lets his lyrics do the talking. Armed with a guitar and a collection of intricately crafted, heart-felt words, Kimbiris has put together a solid collection of primarily acoustic tracks dubbed The Dark Side of Pearl. His music sets the mood of intrinsic reflection, with soft melodies, well placed harmonies, and Kimbiris’ deep and alluring voice driving the course. He presents the spirit of freedom with his music- expansive thoughts and sounds uncontained. The album is a solid listen to ease a workday or set the mood out in the Colorado mountains."
Tim Wenger - Colorado Music Buzz

"What would Dylan sound like with a decent set of pipes? This writer’s contention is that it might sound a lot like Boulder’s own Paul Kimbiris, especially on his latest album, “The Dark Side of Pearl.” His vocals are rich and deep with a timbre that occasionally rattles the ground. And yet, he retains the frantic dips and leaps that define the Dylan aesthetic. His songwriting is pretty darn good, too"
Peter Laffin - Bolder Beat

“4 out of 5 stars Singer/songwriter Paul Kimbiris has toured the world opening for acts ranging from the Dead Milkmen to Colorado’s Gregory Alan Isakov (who receives co-writing credits on “Home Soon”). All of that association with great musicians has paid off for Kimbiris on his first full-length release. Co-produced by Kimbiris and Philip Parker (Glowing House) Dark Side of Pearl was recorded in Boulder and Nederland. Kimbiris puts forth a superbly written effort with songs that are delicately phrased and paired with subtle arrangements that aren’t showy, but tasteful and well played.”
Brian F. Johnson - The Marquee

Kind Hearted Strangers

Kind Hearted Strangers - eTown

With rich harmonies and colorful songwriting, Kind Hearted Strangers bring back a taste of American roots into the world of rock n' roll they fell in love with.

Based in Boulder, CO - the Strangers feature songwriter/vocalist Marc Townes, percussionist/vocalist Brian Ireland of Something Corporate, bassist Marshall Carlson of Augustus, and guitarist Kevin Hinder of the funk/rock outfit Envy Alo, who’s skillful and dynamic embellishments add another unique layer to the band’s raw authentic sound.

"...the fiery, eclectic Kind Hearted Strangers stand high above their counterparts, evoking a loose jam-band charm with vibrant, pop-sensible folk that takes influence from the classics without spending too much time dwelling in the past.

With Townes' vibrant, engaging songwriting, Hinder's virtuosic and seemingly limitless range on guitar, and Ireland's drumming that keeps the song's contained while also stretching them to their limits, Kind Hearted Strangers' musical dexterity far exceeds their short time as a band. With a sound already so fully-formed and grounded, guessing where they're going next is an adventure unto itself." - Behind the Scene Press, 2017

Kevin Mileski

Kevin Mileski - eTown

Kevin Mileski is a unique finger-style guitarist and a strong thoughtful vocalist.  He has touched the hearts of all kinds of music fans and professionals world-wide.  His music has been heard all over the world on various public, commercial, satellite, and online radio stations as well as various TV placements including Grey’s Anatomy.  Kevin has released four full-length albums to date – all have received high praise from critics everywhere and within all genres.  Through a strong touring schedule out of Colorado and Chicago over many years, he has earned the respect of fans and professionals alike. He has performed in almost every state in the country.  Whether an intimate solo show or a small band, it’s a good story wrapped in a percussive and thoughtful composition.

Although his music has won over many fans not previously intrigued with the genre, he is also recognized for his comedy and wit in his live performances. “What won me over was his witty, engaging presence and incredible melodic sensibility”, states a Colorado music critic of Kevin’s live performance. "He has the ability to take you on an emotional journey through musical composition and stories."

Kevin has graced the stages at some of the best venues in the country including, most notably, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. He has composed pieces for such prestigious dance organizations as Giordano Dance Chicago and the Missouri Contemporary Ballet.  He has opened for and shared shows with many large touring acts such as Peter Mulvey, Brendan James, Sam Bush, Rusted Root, Little Feat, Gregory Alan Isakov, Dave Barnes, Dick Prall, Michael McDermott, & Gaelic Storm. He was voted a top 5 finalist in the 2006 and 2011 Independent Music Awards. Kevin was one of only 12 people chosen to perform at the the 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival as a second alternate and one of a handful of honorable mentions in the 2012 Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Troubadour Competition.

Kevin has been featured on many independent recordings, has teamed up with numerous professional performers, and has made his niche as a background vocalist all over the country for many notable recording artists.  He was voted in as a top 50 semi-finalist in the Independent Music World Series 2004 by TAXI for his album "Which Way Did He Turn?" which has sold over 2000 copies in the last four years. The 2006 release of "Through The Window" has resulted in Kevin's induction into the Independent Artists Registry. His music has been featured on Musicmatch.com, MP3.com, Audio Lunchbox, XM Radio,  Whole Wheat Radio, Pandora, Spotify, and Touchtunes Jukeboxes. It has been heard on public and commercial radio stations across the country.

Kevin is a member of ASCAP, PMA, and the Independent Artists Registry. He is an endorsing artist of Yairi guitars and Elixir Strings although neither company knows it. He just likes their products.