Andy Hackbarth Album Release

Andy Hackbarth Album Release

Kyle James Hauser

Sat, February 23, 2013

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm


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This event is 21 and over

Andy Hackbarth
Andy Hackbarth
Andy Hackbarth was raised on the idea that music can paint colors more vivid than any paintbrush. He does just that, weaving the world of flamenco and classical guitar into an arsenal of upbeat, contemporary-folk songs that are 100 percent, unmistakably Andy Hackbarth.

In 2006, Andy left his parents' llama ranch and the Colorado mountains behind for the bright (neon) lights of Music City, USA to raise his craft as a songwriter and performer to a new level.

"You don't realize how much you have to learn until you move to Nashville," he says. "Truly great songs are so rare. It's the best feeling in the world to know that you've written a song in which every word counts; one that forces everyone who hears it to stop, really listen, and look at the world in a completely different way."

Last May, Andy released his much-anticipated third full-length album, "The Last Love Song", worldwide in the midst of a 16-month, 200+ show tour that spanned, quite literally, from coast-to-coast. It included stops such as the legendary Bitter End in New York, the historic Fox Theater in Colorado, Salt Lake's Sandy Amphitheater and the Hotel Cafe in California. Along the way Andy shared the stage with Melissa Etheridge, Jimmy Wayne, Lonestar, Katie Armiger, Buddy Jewell, Due West and many others.

Hackbarth's song, "We Ain't Done Yet", was featured by Major League Baseball during the World Series and aired on over 40 major radio stations in the West. He is the co-founder of the Nashville-based non-profit, Songs for the Cure.

Winner - National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Competition
Winner - Music Teachers National Association Competition (CO,and West Region)
Finalist in three major international competitions: International Songwriting Competition
(out of over 15,000 applicants)
the Billboard Songwriting Competition and the International Acoustic Music Awards
Finalist - Neale Silva Competition
Denver Songwriter of the Year Nomination - Westword Magazine
Top 10 New Artist Award - Soundsugar
Kyle James Hauser
Kyle James Hauser
Kyle James Hauser is a Denver, Colorado-based singer/songwriter and multi - instrumentalist specializing in banjo. Kyle has performed at CMJ / SXSW / Toronto Film Festival in 2011 and was a finalist at 2011 Telluride Troubadour Contest as well as the 2011 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival. A graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Hauser has been a highly respected studio player for the better part of a decade, playing on albums by Head For The Hills and Will Knox, among others.

His debut solo studio album from sonaBLAST records, January 2012’s “Oh Oh,” was recorded with an all-star cast of national and local musicians, including cellist Ben Sollee (Sparrow Quartet) and guitarist Grant Gordy (David Grisman Quintet), produced by two-time Juno award winner Jayme Stone, and mastered by two-time Grammy award winner David Glasser at Airshow Mastering. Hauser has shared the stage with artists such as Brett Dennen, John Hiatt, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Infamous Stringdusters, G-Love and Special Sauce, and Lucinda Williams. Since January 2012 his songs have been placed on MTV's series 16 & Pregnant and Teen Mom and in the feature films YERT and 2nd Serve.
Venue Information:
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209