Weekend in rock
Tired of preachy punk primadonnas that only talk
about anarchy, manic-panic and how much they hate the
president? If you still want to go to a show that has
hard-hitting punk rock with one hell of a stage show
that leaves nothing to the imagination, then show up
at the Starlight tonight. Tonight the San Diego band
Losing Balance is going to tear into this Colorado
crowd with their fast paced, high-energy punk music.
The show starts at 10 p.m. and the tickets are $5 for 21+ and $10 for people under
21. It is going to be a must see punk rock orgy.
On Friday the KRFC Musicfest 2003 kicks off and will
be going on all weekend. The Musicfest is set up to
showcase various local bands, with music for people of
all ages and musical tastes. It will be going on at
many of the local bars and restaurants in the Fort
Friday night at Archers, the band TransHypnotic will
take the stage. This Denver-based band brings dreamy
lyrics, rock ‘n’ roll guitar harmonies and a stream of
bass and drums together to make an original blend of
hard rock. Something so fresh everyone will want a
taste. The cover is $6.
Saturday night is either a laid back acoustic night
or loud hard-core indie rock night, you pick. At
Starry Night, Joe Kissel will be hosting the acoustic
showcase with Kevin Jones, Judith Avers and Kirsten
Bolton, Russ Hopkins, Lissie and Keith Tracy.
Donations are encouraged.
The two-piece indie powerhouse Jucifer will be
playing at the Starlight the same night. The
lead-singer/guitarist, Amber Valentine, plays a heavy
and raging guitar while she mixes her singing up,
going from a melodic pop sound to primal screaming. Ed
Livengood, the other half of the band, fills the air
with chaotic drum fills and hard rock rhythms. This
band is an indie rock fan’s dream. Tickets are $8.