Acoustic Live at Lila B.

Lila B. is more than a bar and lounge. Lila B. offers live music and community events. Every Tuesday through Saturday we present Acoustic Live, a year-round series where local artists preform live music on our beautiful patio (when weather permits) or inside our lounge from 5:30pm-8:30pm every Tuesday through Saturday. Join us early, Tuesday through Friday, for our Happy Hour Specials from 4:00pm-6:30pm.

Although Lila B. is a bar and lounge it is open for people of all ages to enjoy the music and food. However, every person that orders an alcoholic beverage will be carded. Be sure to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more.
 
February
March

February Live Music Series

February 9 & 10: Joseph Teichman

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Joseph Teichman. Joseph may be a relatively unheard of singer-songwriter, but he is rapidly growing out of that description. He has been playing all over Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Colorado. Joe has been opening for various artists all over, such as Walt Wilkins, Josh Grider, Max Stalling, Thieving Birds, Roger Creager and others, while making a name for his own music. He became a staple in the Bryan/College Station music scene while attending Texas A&M. His debut album was released in November 2014, and has helped him spread his music. He is a songwriter who knows how to be patient with a song and tries to relate on any level.

February 11 – 13: John Bunzli

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present John Bunzli. Ever since he can remember, John has been surrounded by music. John studied music at the University of Colorado Denver. Although professionally trained, his approach to music has always been an intuitive, emotional one, “I’ve always gotten more from just listening to and really experiencing music than from analyzing it”. After playing in several bands in the Boulder/Denver area, John decided it was time to branch out. The result is his stunning debut CD “The Well”.

Tuesday, February 16: David Coile

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present David Coile. David Coile is a Boulder-based singer-songwriter who plays a mix of rock, folk and soul with acoustic, finger-style guitar. His lyrics are as sophisticated as his voice is dynamic, and his songs run the gamut of emotions, from melancholy to enthusiastic, from foreboding to silly. David spent a decade recording music for local filmmakers but for the last several years, he has been trying out the life of a troubadour.

Wednesday, February 17: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Chris Dismuke. Christopher Dismuke is a Denver-based singer and bass player who transforms familiar pop songs into his unique soulful acoustic style, as well as writing and performing a number of original songs. Chris got his start playing at open mics in Denver, something he still enjoys doing. In addition, he now plays at music venues nationwide, including the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, TX, in 2015, and is also a regular at many local bars and restaurants such as Illegal Pete’s and Gold Spot Brewing. While he occasionally performs with the three-man band Chrisdanmo, he is more often known as a solo artist.

February 18 & 19: Tony Dollar

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Tony Dollar. Tony Dollar is a Denver singer/songwriter that shares his love of Reggae and lyrical flow in his uplifting and rhythmic acoustic sounds. His talent for infusing upbeat melodic structures with heartfelt lyrics and addictive harmonies are complimented by his honey dipped vocals that float though the air infecting the crowd with a sense of happiness and relaxation. So grab a drink and let Tony Dollar serenade you. Your Town, Your Synergy, Your Night. Let’s make it a good one!

Saturday, February 20: Tim Stiles

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Tim Stiles. Born in 1953, Tim grew up a true child of the sixties amid one of the most tumultuous times of our century. The songs and ballads of this era are what he loves to play and bring back to folks’ minds and hearts, sparking all the great memories of these back roads of life. For many years Tim played as a solo troubadour at venues all across the country. Recently he joined efforts with local Denver musician Roger Hughes to make “Vintage Highway”. Tim writes a lot of his own material that is played at gigs and makes up two CDs released by Vintage Highway.

February 23 & 24: Jack Hadley

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Jack Hadley. Jack learned to play music by ear, playing music by everyone from Hendrix to Dylan. In 2005 Jack started The Jack Hadley Band, focusing on writing and performing his original blues-based material. He also played lead guitar for Otis Taylor, performing at festivals and shows all over the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. He appears on Otis Taylor’s 2007 Telarc release “Definition Of A Circle” and recorded two songs with keyboard wizard Steve McQuarry. He opened before the screening of the “The Wrecking Crew”, a documentary about the LA studio musicians behind such hits as “Be My Baby”, “California Dreaming”, “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling” and many more.

Thursday, February 25: Lee Johnson

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Lee Johnson. Lee is an award winning singer/songwriter, musician/producer. Lee’s song “How We Roll” aired on ABC’s Nashville in 2013. Lee has different songs with different co-writers that have won awards at festivals across the country. Results have included song deals. Lee has also secured several other film television placements. He has 18 years FT music instruction experience, and 25 years of performances. Lee toured nationally, released two CD’s with “Runaway Truck Ramp” 1998-2003. He has also opened for artists like Peter Rowan, Tony Rice, John Cowan of Newgrass Revival, Leftover Salmon, String Cheese Incident, and Yonder Mountain String Band.

February 26 & 27: Alex Williams

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Alex Williams. Alex Williams is a singer/songwriter that has been playing in his band Not Quite Kings for over six years now. They have played in Denver at places including the famous People’s Fair, Bluebird Theatre, Soiled Dove Underground and Herman’s Hideaway. Not Quite Kings released the “Splash” album in 2013 and have another album and music video, “Never Gonna Die”, on the way. Lately, Alex Williams has also been performing an eclectic solo act comprised of original and cover songs that has been receiving great responses. With his upbeat positive messages and a passion for writing & performing, he believes the future holds great things!

March Live Music Series

Tuesday, March 1: Jenna Hall

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Jenna Hall. Jenna Hall is solo singer, guitarist & songwriter. She sings Indie Folk music. Most of her songs cover artists from the sixties to today cherry picked from various genres. Listen to her music on SoundCloud. You can also find her on Facebook and at venues across Denver.

Wednesday, March 2: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Chris Dismuke. Christopher Dismuke is a Denver-based singer and bass player who transforms familiar pop songs into his unique soulful acoustic style, as well as writing and performing a number of original songs. Chris got his start playing at open mics in Denver, something he still enjoys doing. In addition, he now plays at music venues nationwide, including the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, TX, in 2015, and is also a regular at many local bars and restaurants such as Illegal Pete’s and Gold Spot Brewing. While he occasionally performs with the three-man band Chrisdanmo, he is more often known as a solo artist.

Thursday, March 3: Jenna Hall

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Jenna Hall. Jenna Hall is solo singer, guitarist & songwriter. She sings Indie Folk music. Most of her songs cover artists from the sixties to today cherry picked from various genres. Listen to her music on SoundCloud. You can also find her on Facebook and at venues across Denver.

March 4 & 5: TBA

5:30 – 8:30
To be announced. Please stay tuned

Tuesday, March 8: TBA

5:30 – 8:30
To be announced. Please stay tuned

March 9 – 11: Beki Hemingway

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Beki Hemingway. Beki Hemingway, Denver-based singer/songwriter, has big plans for the world. They start with her new CD “I Have Big Plans for the World”, a 6-song collection that will fill the room, car or headphones with twenty-five minutes of passionate songwriting. A blend of anthemic Americana-flavored rockers, groovy confessions and heartfelt acoustic gems, the record displays the many musical moods of Hemingway, who honed her dynamic vocal skills recording and touring with artists such as groundbreaking Christian rocker Larry Norman and quirky punkabilly band This Train.

Saturday, March 12: TBA

5:30 – 8:30
To be announced. Please stay tuned

Tuesday, March 15: Branden Sipes

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Branden Sipes. Branden Sipes is a Colorado based singer-songwriter and guitarist. Performing as a solo acoustic musician, he presents original songs combining rock, pop, and folk influences. An engaging performer, his melodies are catchy and his lyrics are finely crafted, describing universal life experiences. His intricate guitar style is a well-suited accompaniment to his smooth vocals. Branden has been awarded 1st Alternate in the Telluride Troubadour Competition, Honorable Mention in the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, and Honorable Mention in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. He has produced two albums both available for purchase.

Wednesday, March 16: CLOSED

5:30 – 8:30
Lila B Lounge will be closed for a private event.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

March 17 & 18: Bill Taylor

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Bill Taylor. Bill Taylor is a Colorado musician performing live music for more than 10 years. Bill is an acoustic guitarist, harmonica player, and vocalist performing more than 500 cover songs and 50 originals. Taylor’s music is eclectic and diverse covering songs from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, and current music. With such a wide variety of songs you will enjoy hearing Bill play one of your favorites from the past or present. Expect quality entertainment!

Saturday, March 19: TBA

5:30 – 8:30
To be announced. Please stay tuned

Tuesday, March 22: Tim Stiles

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Tim Stiles. Born in 1953, Tim grew up a true child of the sixties amid one of the most tumultuous times of our century. The songs and ballads of this era are what he loves to play and bring back to folks’ minds and hearts, sparking all the great memories of these back roads of life. For many years Tim played as a solo troubadour at venues all across the country. Recently he joined efforts with local Denver musician Roger Hughes to make “Vintage Highway”. Tim writes a lot of his own material that is played at gigs and makes up two CDs released by Vintage Highway.

Wednesday, March 23: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Chris Dismuke. Christopher Dismuke is a Denver-based singer and bass player who transforms familiar pop songs into his unique soulful acoustic style, as well as writing and performing a number of original songs. Chris got his start playing at open mics in Denver, something he still enjoys doing. In addition, he now plays at music venues nationwide, including the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, TX, in 2015, and is also a regular at many local bars and restaurants such as Illegal Pete’s and Gold Spot Brewing. While he occasionally performs with the three-man band Chrisdanmo, he is more often known as a solo artist.

March 24 – 26: Mitchel Evan

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Mitchel Evan. Mitchel Evan Bamberger began writing songs at the age of 14 and has been in and out of bands ever since. The singer-songwriter has relocated from his hometown of Richmond, Virginia to Boulder, Colorado in pursuit of a career in music. He is currently recording and performing under the name Mitchel Evan and has just released a debut EP called “A Place Of Love” with his 4 piece band, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove. As such a prolific songwriter, performer and recording artist, Mitchel Evan is sure to keep the listener engaged with new material and an ever expanding musical repertoire. So stay tuned and keep listening.

Tuesday, March 29: David Potter

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present David Potter. As a recording artist, singer, songwriter, David enjoys creating and producing his own CD’s, performing as a solo musician, as well as, being on stage for musical theater productions. He has been a member of The Treasure Coast Bluegrass Band, Detour, The Indulgers, and has played with bands such as Old Barber Bridge Band and Southern Star Bluegrass Band. As an extremely versatile solo musician, David can play anything from background music for ambience to headlining big stages and rocking street parties with solo loop performances, playing bass guitar, drums, rhythm guitar, banjo, and vocals all within one song. He is currently a member “Wild Mountain Celts” produced by Mike Nile here in Denver.

March 30 & 31: Danny Shafer

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Danny Shafer. With over 200 shows a year, Danny brings his acclaimed songwriting and finger style guitar to every setting. Both in a solo show or full Americana band The 21st Century Shafer has brought his music and audience to esteemed venues such as The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, The Boulder Theater, The Fox Theatre, Swallow Hill and many more festivals, colleges, clubs all over the country. In the spring of 2013 Tolstar – Goathouse Records releases Danny Shafers new recording titled Wherever You Are. The Marquee Magazine writes, “Rarely has one singer songwriter caused such a stir.”
 
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