Cosmic, Funky, and Cool Coming to Hodi’s

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by  CICI SHARSTROM
Fall is getting funky at Hodi’s! This month, straight out of the Lone Star state, Sheer Kahn and the Space Case will be touring Colorado to promote their new EP. The group is a collaborative and unique act deliciously fused with reggae, funk, blues, jazz, and rock influences. Alluringly termed “Tropical Space Funk,” the band is composed of five members who each bring a unique influence to their performances. This kind of quirk is just right for FoCo, so “come along for a ride on a cosmic slide” and catch them alongside local band MISCOMUNICADO on September 3, 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for 21+, $10 for under 21.
Jeremy Grant, bar manager of Hodi’s and frontline member, is proud to announce The Deadwood Saints will be having their release party for their first album “Sixth Street and Trinity” on September 26. The Americana/Roots Rock quartet will perform at 8 p.m. and will be opening for The Patti Fiasco on the same night. Tickets are $8.
More great music coming in October. Scene is very proud to present the highly anticipated tour of jazz/funk fusion The New Mastersounds. The band started in Leeds, England, in the late 1990s, and has enjoyed a widespread success over the last 12 years. They have toured extensively, and collaborated with numerous musicians including members from Portishead, Phish, The James Taylor Quartet, and Young Disciples. They have played in New Orleans at The House of Blues, and have performed on BBC Radio.
Their success has earned them renowned praise by big names like Peter Wermelinger (DJ, collector and author) who places the track “Turn This Thing Around” in his all-time top ten tracks, alongside names like Eddie Harris, Funkadelic, and Herbie Hancock. As their name suggests, they are considered one of the “master sounds” in funk, and they will be at Hodi’s on October 2 at 8pm. Presale tickets can be purchased for $12, otherwise it’s $15 at the door.

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