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.
 
May
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May Live Music Series

Wednesday, May 4: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present 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.

May 5 & 6: Eef

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Eef. Eef, a Dutch artist, seamlessly blends what is now considered traditional blues with funky and contemporary riffs, creating her own style she likes to call ‘Groovy Blues’. Her fans love her tasty guitar play, sultry voice and great stage appearance. Eef has self-produced three albums that get airplay across the US as well as in France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Argentina. Occasionally she tours Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and The Netherlands. She has appeared three times on legendary Sunshine Sonny Payne’s “King Biscuit” radio show and has shared the stage with many great musicians

Saturday, May 7: Kevin Jones

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Kevin Jones. Kevin has been performing live for over 20 years. His is acoustic guitar driven, and takes lots of requests. Kevin covers lots of 90’s music, Oldies, Country, and has tons of original songs. You can expect a couple acoustic guitars with some chill solos. Come for a fun time and enjoy some cool songs with your friends.

May 10 & 11: A.J. Fullerton

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present A.J. Fullerton. A.J. Fullerton is young Blues/Roots artist from rural Western Colorado. Playing guitar since the age of 14, he has steadily built a reputation around Colorado, as well as out of state, by spending most of his time on the road touring. A.J. is most well-known for his powerful vocals often described as, “Gritty, but soulful” and “Beyond his years.” His instrumental style is centered around his nimble finger-picking, raw bottleneck slide, and the steady thump of his homemade stomp-box. Living alone on the road, and getting by with whatever he makes at his shows, A.J. lives a what is often called an “Authentic” do-it-yourself approach to The Blues that comes through in his music.

Thursday, May 12: CLOSED

Lila B Lounge will be closed for a private event.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

Friday, May 13: Lindsey Saunders

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Lindsey Saunders. Emerging artist Lindsey Saunders impacted the 2013 national indie music scene after releasing her debut EP “Nothing Normal” in October 2012 at the age of 18. On her recent east coast tour, Lindsey Saunders opened for B. B. King Entertainer of the Year award winner Javina Magness, Otis Taylor, and CBS Recording artist Keaton Simons to name a few. Lindsey is a Taylor Guitars Artist Partner, has extensive touring experience performing at events like Sundance Music Fest, Boulder International Film Fest, Durango Songwriters EXPO, SXSW, and CMJ, and has collaborated with the likes of Lisa Harriton (Smashing Pumpkins).

Saturday, May 14: Joel Kachel

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Joel Kachel. Joel is an original singer-songwriter/performer, a child of the new Acoustic Pop Rock wave will be sure to get your attention with his engaging stage presence and lively music. This high-energy acoustic guitar player and singer will have you off your seat and wanting more of these original tunes. Joel’s entertaining and creative songs bring life to everyday experiences and stories to which today’s young people can easily relate. Whether about a happy or disheartening experience, his music conveys an upbeat or encouraging sentiment. Through his music, Joel creates an image of a glass at least half full, never half empty, leaving his audience excited, uplifted and having fun.

Tuesday, May 17: TBA

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

Wednesday, May 18: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present 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.

May 19 & 20: John McKay

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present John McKay. John McKay has been playing guitar for over 35 years and has been composing his own material for nearly as long. Throughout the years he played in various bands. Guitarist/singer/songwriter John McKay blends the deeply personal insights of a man immersed in nature, places of the past, along with political observations of a protest singer, and the broad musical traditionalism of folk rock music. McKay has an element of distraction to his performance as it is difficult to ignore the guitar playing which is in competition with vivid mind-expanding lyrics. Over his music career, McKay has released three CDs.

Saturday, May 21: Andy Ard

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Andy Ard. Andy writes songs about stuff and he plays them. It’s really not complicated. For the Denver band PJ Zahn, he writes soulful, uptempo songs that get people moving. For his solo work, he writes thoughtful jingles meant for listening. As half of the duo Rachel & Andy, he was nominated for Westword’s Singer/Songwriter award in 2001. Westword wrote up Andy’s solo EP in 2009. Andy is making music for people who want to be happier. He thinks of musicians as having a solemn responsibility to lift our spirits, and songwriting is a great outlet for unbridled optimism. He has played hundreds of shows as a solo artist, acoustic duo and band.

May 24 & 25: Tony Rosario

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Tony Rosario. Tony is a true son of the soil and a Colorado favorite. He’s a rugged oaken voiced guitar- slinger/troubadour – deftly running the rails from Blues to Country to Rock to Folk to R&B and Soul, with all the purpose of a steam locomotive – and an “anything-but” common one man groove that runs a country mile wide and all day long. Tony’s a skilled and powerfully entertaining performer. An engaging storyteller covering everything from heartaches to hard times with subtle warmth. The songs are real and gritty, upbeat and driving, painful and hopeful, playful and sincere, and everything in between. Stories built to move the mind and bodies – and hopefully a heart or two along the way.

Thursday, May 26: The Mojo Medicine Show

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present The Mojo Medicine Show. The Mojo Medicine Show is a unique blues duo with deep roots in the music of Jazz Gillum, Gus Cannon, Washboard Sam, Sonny Terry and Jimmy Rogers. Our music takes you down to Beale Street in Memphis in the 1920’s, the porches of rural Louisiana in the 1930’s, the Chitlin’ Circuit of Mississippi in the 1940’s and then back up to Chicago in 1950’s. We specialize in original, psychedelic, back porch blues blending the jug juice of 1920’s juke with the electric kool-aid jams of the 1960’s.

May 27 & 28: Jonathan Browning

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Jonathan Browning. Browning is a singer/songwriter/musician from the Cleveland, OH area that just relocated to CO at the end of 2015. Browning has been playing the music scene for over 20 years. He was formerly front man with- Mr. Highed (classic rock band), Chiaroscuro (acoustic Indie duo) and JNE Acoustic (pop/rock/country/indie duo). He also occasionally joins the line-up of The Contradiction (current/classic rock band) and frequently collaborates with other musicians + vocalists. Browning covers a wide range of old to new genre favorites along with his original material in the indie/folk/alternative style.

Tuesday, May 31: Hunter Stone

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Hunter Stone. With his gritty, raw voice and resonator guitar, Hunter Stone has spent the last years crafting his own style of folk-blues. His songwriting echoes the simple melodic beauty of folk music of the past and his lyrical content paints pictures of the world we see around us. “(Stone) has the singer-songwriter vibe when things get soft, but when his smoky voice raises, it echoes in your heartstrings with some major force,” said Hannah Oreskovich, of BolderBeat.com. Stone kicks things up with the stomp of a foot drum and the bent notes of a pinky slide, bringing his lyrics to life with the emotional honesty of his voice.

June Live Music Series

Wednesday, June 1: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present 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.

June 2 & 3: Robby Wicks

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present the Robby Wicks. Robby Wicks is a stellar singer/songwriter with hundreds of original songs and over a thousand performances under his belt. Performing live since age 15, his original music has always had an infectious quality to it. With his soultrie singing voice, intriguing melodies, and strong lyrical craftsmanship, his original songs seem to stick with you. His influences range widely from artists like Bob Dylan, Leadbelly, and James Taylor to Blind Melon, Bob Marley, and Ween. In addition to his solo endeavors, Robby also fronts The Robby Wicks Band, which has quickly become one of Denver’s premier musical acts.

Saturday, June 4: J Trial

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present J Trial. J Trial is a passionate singer and songwriter whose music echoes a diverse range of influences, including rock, soul, blues, folk, and country. Born into a musical family in central Maine. Trial discovered a passion for singing and songwriting. His songs are a dramatic and emotional account of his experiences inspired, and influenced by the people in his life and his surroundings. He tells each story with beautifully strong yet simple lyrics while strumming his guitar as if he were trying to beat the truth out of it. J Trial brings a piece of himself to every song he covers making each of his shows a truly one of a kind experience.

June 7 & 8: 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, June 9: The Robin Davis Duo

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present The Robin Davis Duo. The Robin Davis Duo creates big sound. With two instruments, two voices, and decades of experience, The Robin Davis Duo will excite any music lover. Listeners can take in Robin’s extraordinary guitar flatpicking, which combines traditional bluegrass and punk. Jimi Giles, the little lady on the big upright, brings the solid bass lines. Together, they form the perfect match.

Friday, June 10: 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.

Saturday, June 11: Josh Galvin

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Josh Galvin. Josh Galvin is an acoustic guitar player, singer/songwriter, and recording artist from Breckenridge, CO. Please join Josh as he weaves an acoustic tapestry of music from eclectic cover tunes to original compositions. His original songs ranging from humorous to heartfelt ballads delivered in an interactive and relaxed style will have you coming back for more. Be sure to check out his latest CD titled “Ten Mile Ranger” available for purchase on his website.

Tuesday, June 14: 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, June 15: Chris Dismuke

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present 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, June 16: Olivia Rudeen

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Olivia Rudeen. Olivia Rudeen is a singer/songwriter based in Nashville, TN. Originally from Denver, CO, Olivia moved to the Music City in 2013 and began working with the publishing/licensing team at The Song Factory. In the past few years, she has shared the stage with Courtyard Hounds, DeVotchKa, Air Dubai, Charlie Mars, and Madi Diaz, among many others. Her last EP, released in 2012 and produced by Jimmy Stofer (The Fray, Rosehill Drive) included several songs that were featured on ABC Family’s “The Vineyard.” She is preparing to release a new record this year.

Friday, June 17: Phil & Jeana

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present Phil & Jeana. Phil & Jeana have only been singing together for the past two years, but between the two of them, they have numerous years of experience entertaining audiences in many different venues and styles of music. They bring all of this together with a wonderful energy and magic that only the combination of two very talented and experienced entertainers can offer, a magic that only Phil & Jeana can create. They cover a wide variety of music from classic to current rock, folk, country and even some jazz standards. With two very gifted voices, either singing solo or in harmony, every audience and listening ear always enjoys the music these two create together.

Saturday, June 18: 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.

Tuesday, June 21: 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.

June 22 & 23: 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.”

June 24 & 25: 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!

Tuesday, June 28: TBA

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

June 29 & 30: David Booker

5:30 – 8:30
Acoustic Live at Lila B is pleased to present David Booker. Mr. David Booker is the real deal! He sings many genres including Country Blues, Americana, and Swingtet. David, formerly from London, first started to get involved with the music scene in the 1970s. After all these years he is still playing music full time. David went through the whole pub rock thing in London. His activities included playing in folk-rock band “Eclection,” putting out two singles on “Polydor” with a band called “Swampfox”, getting an album deal with Limey on RCA, working with TS Tony McPhee as his bass player, auditioning for “Badfinger” and Manfred Mann’s Earthband. Check out Booker’s newest release “Leadbelly” Single.
 
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