HOT BUTTERED RUM TO PERFORM DECEMBER 29-31, 2009 AT CERVANTES IN DENVER
Band and Co-Headliner The Motet Will Ring In New Year With Circus Theme
Hot Buttered Rum will perform three consecutive nights at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver beginning Tuesday, December 29 with Nershi-Law Duo, Gristle Gals; Wednesday, December 30 with White Water Ramble; and concluding Thursday, December 31 with The Everyone Orchestra and co-headlining band, The Motet.
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Tickets for the Tuesday and Wednesday shows are $15.00 in advance and $20.00 at the door. Tickets for New Year's Eve with The Motet are $30.00 in advance and $40.00 at the door, and include admission to the post-show, late night Everyone Orchestra dance party. A three-night pass may be purchased for $50.00. Tickets and additional information available here. Service charges will apply.
Each night, Hot Buttered Rum will present patrons with a gift at the door. The setting for New Year's Eve will be a festive and fun Circus theme, including performance artists, face painting, party favors and much more.
This Americana band, whose original songs have been described by the San Francisco Chronicle as "instantly familiar and inviting," is part hoe-down, part high art, part church, and part roadhouse rock. An amazing live band, Hot Buttered Rum continues to delight listeners with each unique performance. Initially formed as a bluegrass act, seven years of constant touring and recording finds Hot Buttered Rum's sound heading in a new direction; one that takes them closer to fiddle-accented Americana rock.
Featuring original members Nat Keefe on guitar, Bryan Horne on bass, Aaron Redner on fiddle and vocals, and Erik Yates on banjo and guitar, the addition of Matt Butler on drums gives this eclectic group a driving new sound. Propelled by the strong songwriting of Keefe, Redner and Yates, Hot Buttered Rum is a band that can be enjoyed by all ages and by fans of many genres of music.
Read JamBase's review of Hot Buttered Rum's latest album, Limbs Akimbo, here.