Sepia toned songs from Denver and Tejana-inflected country rock from Texas.

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Patricia Vonne is a multi-talented musician, actress, award winning filmmaker who has been  named SXSW best female vocalist twice.   She is releasing her seventh album Top of the Mountain May 25, 2018 on her label Bandolera Records, hot on the heels of her recent win at the Madrid International Film Festival for “Best Animation award” the music video for “Huerta de San Vicente,” from her Spanish album Viva Bandolera .  Her new release features special guest musicians Johnny Reno, Grammy award winner Max Baca, David Grissom, Grammy award winner Joe Reyes and many more.  A ninth-generation Tejana she embodies every indigenous musical style in Texas , and is an excellent singer songwriter as well as singer and multi-instrumentalist and band leader.

Twenty-six year old Andy Sydow know how to put sepia into a song.  He creates memories that you may have had, but you certainly feel.  A fixture on the l Colorado music scene since his days at the University of Colorado in Denver, he has opened for Tab Benoit and Delbert McClinton at the Gothic Theater, Anders Osborne at the Caribou Room and Dick Dale at the Bluebird Theater. He’s also performed at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Music Festival and been nominated for several awards for his piano playing and songwriting by the Colorado Blues Society.  His fourth album, Reasons For Departure due out this month is  filled with richly detailed songwriting and melodies in the style of Jackson Browne, Jason Isbell, Dan Fogelberg and Jackie Greene…and his own sepia tones.

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