Introducing RISE at the Mish
KRFC presents RISE at the Mish is coming up fast, and we can’t wait! We are soo excited to celebrate the talent of our local youth musicians. June 14th will be a fun-filled day, with an eclectic and diverse lineup including Eli Slocumb and Nice Hat Mister, Emma Marie, Footnotes, Grace Kuch, Kirby Hamill, Lexi Shandley, Mary Sue, Metaphysical Lamppost, Paradox, Sammy ‘T-Rex’ Davison, and The Gremlins! Get to know the RISE musicians and be prepared to be blown away!
The Gremlins are thrilled to once again be performing at The Mish! Max Williams, lead vocal and guitar, brother RiIey Williams, drums, and Aidan Hilinski, bass, have been together as a working band for the past 7 years. Rock, jazz and blues influences can be heard throughout their high energy show as they deliver favorite covers and their own original songs up the Poudre Canyon.
My name is Sammy ‘T-Rex’ Davison, and I am a multi-instrumentalist from Fort Collins, Colorado; I play mandolin, fiddle, guitar, bass, and sing. I have played many shows in Colorado and have been featured on TV and the radio. I love music so much, and can not wait to expand with it even more.
Paradox is a young teen rock band that blends modern rock with heavy guitar to create their own unique sound. They will surprise all ages with their original songs and energetic performances. Their proudest achievement is being recognized as a “Blue Star Connection” band and you will find them playing all over CO!
Metaphysical Lamppost is a three piece rock/funk/jam/fusion band consisting of MQ Borocz on guitar and vocals, Krista Frable on drums and vocals, and Ethan Markey on bass. MQ Borocz and Krista Frable graduated from Poudre High School and Liberty Common High School in May and Ethan Markey is a sophomore at Fort Lewis College in Durango. They play original music and also enjoy to play improvised jams.
Mary Sue is a singer song writer from Fort Collins. She recently has been working on EDM music songs. She loves performing and collaborating with other artists and is so excited to be performing at the Mishawaka!
Lexi Shanley is an 18 year old singer songwriter. She writes songs ranging in genre from acoustic ballads to alternative pop. She is inspired by other artists such as Lorde, Lana Del Rey, Daughter, & many more. She hopes to continue collaborations with other local artists.
Kirby Hamill is a born and raised, Fort Collins musician, specializing in instrumental guitar work, based around looping.
Grace Kuch is an 11-year-old aspiring Blues Guitarist who came from roots in folk and bluegrass. She loves music deep in her core. She was recently included in American Blues Scene Magazine as one of “The 10 Blues Musicians Under 18 That You Gotta Know”. Out of the 10 young blues musicians, only two were girls and Grace was the only girl guitarist on the list!
Footnotes is a musical duo featuring Taylor Ault and Andres Jimenez, two inspired musicians with the purpose of creating music that is fun to play and reaches out to people in a way that will inspire and touch them as well. Taylor plays violin/fiddle while Andres plays acoustic guitar, both singing vocals. Their music is a mixture of acoustic contemporary, folk, and independent styles and their most recent song, “Barefoot Dreams,” is their first professionally recorded EP, appearing on RISE vol. 1, a local compilation CD produced by local studio Parker Recording.
Emma Marie is a 10 year old singer-songwriter from Northern Colorado. She has performed and recorded in Colorado and Los Angeles, California. Her passion is music and wants others to be encouraged by the messages in her songs.
Eli Slocumb is a rising 14-year-old Bluegrass mandolin player. In 2014 he recorded his original song Rockslide on the RISE Volume I CD, which has been played on the radio regionally and in Australia. Eli was featured on the cover of the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society’s December 2014 edition where he received the tagline “the Future of Bluegrass.” Recently Eli has become part of the bluegrass band Nice Hat Mister, which will perform at FoCoMx in April 2015 and at Avograss in August 2015.
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