Acoustic Music Revival, 3445 S. Broadway, presents: Live family concerts
May 14 (starting 2p.m.), Open
House Show, featuring Chris McCallum, Fred Hunt, Monte Edwardson, Steve
Posey and Nina Knef; 21, Bob’s Basement Band, an eight-piece group playing ‘60s
“peace and love” music. Free, snacks provided. Info: 303-744-1737, acousticmusicrevival.com.
Center for Spiritual Living Denver, 1420 Ogden St., presents: PosiPalooza!,
a concert of positive, empowering “music that matters” by Posi-Award-winning
artists Daniel Nahmod, Karen Taylor Good, Richard Mekdeci and Sue Riley, Sat.,
May 7, 7p.m. Tickets ($20) online at csldenver.org.
The Denver Brass, at Newman Center for the Performing Arts, at DU, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., presents: Red, White & Brass: American Salute!,
fanfares, marches, hymns and Broadway hits, including West Side Story,
Copland’s America, Will Rogers Follies, and all-new Multimedia
Americana Finale. Sat., May 28, 7:30p.m., and
Sun., 29, 2:30p.m. Info/tickets: 303-832-4676, denverbrass.org.
Swallow Hill Music Association, 71 E. Yale Ave.,
presents: 3rd Annual Winefest, an afternoon of silent auction, Colorado
wines, appetizers and live music by Denver pianist Leslie Brown (performing
jazz standards and her own works), supporting Swallow Hill’s efforts to keep
roots and folk music alive in the community, Sat., May 15, starting at 3p.m.
Clegg’s Spirit Is The Journey 30th anniversary concert, Tues., May 10,
8p.m., at L2 Arts & Culture Center, 1477 Columbine St.
Hall: May 7, Bob Lind; 13, Carrie Rodriguez & Pieta Brown; 14, Grubstake
40th anniversary concert; 20, William Fitzsimmons; 21, Brewer & Shipley;
22, Alash Ensemble; June 3, Joy Kills Sorrow & Dixie Bee Liners; 4, Three
Generations of Klezmer: Hal Aqua & The Lost Tribe, The Bloomers and Osi
Tuft Theater: May 7, Megan Burtt & Hans York; 13, Quiet
American album release and Patrick Dethlefs; 14, David Berkeley album release;
20, Dirk Hamilton; June 3, Old Fashioned Hootenanny; 4, Jim Stricklan &
Hill Café Concerts, Thursdays, 7:30p.m.: May 19,
Iain & Joanna Hyde and Ellen Stapenhorst. Top of the Hill Faculty Concert Series showcases the world-class musicians of Swallow
Hill’s music school staff: May 21, Casey James Prestwood & the Burning
Angels, classic country drenched in an honest, vocal twang.
Info/tickets at swallowhillmusic.org
or call 303-777-1003.