The Senators recently left their hometown of Phoenix to make a record in the Catskill Mountains upstate New York country that has been home to folk legends like The Band, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell. After emailing a homemade demo to one of their folk idols, Simone Felice (Felice Brothers, Lumineers, Jade Bird), they were invited to record at Simones studio, an old converted barn, to record the band’s sophomore album, Wild Wide Open. The result is culmination of the band’s formative years, blending spacious southwestern folk that blurs the line between honest acoustic sounds and synthesis. Wild Wide Open has been streamed over three million times since release.
“Not only are The Senators declaring a kind of liberation from previous folk rules, but charting ahead … their music follows suit.” Tucson Weekly
Paul DeHaven has been a fixture of the thriving Denver music scene for over 10 years, well-respected for his time crafting licks and tunes as a founding member of now-defunct folk darlings Paper Bird, heartland roots rockers Heavy Diamond Ring, and high desert psych virtuosos Eye & the Arrow.
Saturday, November 20th, 2021
7pm doors, 8pm-ish show start
$10 / 21+