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Playing as a band at the Bolder Boulder has definitely been on my bucket list, since I live in Boulder County. I’ve run the 10K (or sort of awkwardly jogged it) a few times, and it’s a moving party. This year on Memorial Day, the race is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary, and…(Read More)

Cass Clayton Band is super excited to be included in the lineup at ThorntonFest this year on May 18. We’ll be playing from 1 to 2:00 and hope you’ll come out and dance your hearts out with us. Festivals are so energizing and symbolize everything we all love about how music connects…(Read More)

The Social is a new live music venue opening soon in Colorado Springs. John Gowing, serial club owner and entrepreneur, is making more great live music available in Colorado Springs. The Social is a big place – it holds about 600 people standing (or dancing if you prefer!). We’re honored to be one of his…(Read More)

The Jeffco Fair and Festival happens each August and has so many events I can’t list them here. The Cass Clayton Band is honored to be playing the Saloon Stage this year on August 12th. I grew up in Nebraska attending rodeos and mutton busting competitions, so this is definitely up my alley. Come…(Read More)

The Walnut Room is one of the hottest live-music venues in Denver. Located in the River North (RiNo) district, they feature many national bands (Chris Isaak, Jewel, Flobots, Churchill and The Fray) as well as quality local bands. Their gourmet pizza bar is a great place to catch an affordable meal as well. We…(Read More)

Station 26 Brewing Co. is a renovated fire station that’s a super cool brewery known for their IPA’s and once-per-year release of Dark Star. It’s got a young, energetic crowd and is a great live music venue in Denver. They really know their brews and are experimental with flavors – the…(Read More)

The Speakeasy in Longmont has been a gathering spot for live music and other more illicit things throughout history. It features an old passageway that must have a few secrets from the prohibition era (it’s rumored that it was a brothel at one point).  Take a few steps down into the basement from street…(Read More)

Li’l Devils Lounge is a super fun place on the fast-evolving South Broadway club scene and draws an upbeat neighborhood crowd. The owners  really know how to take care of their clientele, and they occasionally have amazing events such as a Hawaiian luau on their back patio. This is a real neighborhood place…(Read More)

The Alley is relatively new on the Littleton live music scene, but it has quickly become the place to go on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. CC and the Riders has been playing there almost since the  day they opened, and it’s such a rockin’ place. The venue is in a historic building with a…(Read More)