Monotone Productions Presents:
Reno Divorce (Denver) Punk
Hard Fall Hearts (San Diego) PUNKABILLY
Brent Loveday and the Dirty Dollars (Denver) Roots/Rockabilly
8$ Cover 21+ Doors 8pm
With equal parts Orange County punk, honky tonk country, and a tip-jar full of rockabilly swagger, Reno Divorce strikes a unique chord of their own with their brand of punk rock and roll. The band’s longevity is no accident. Their fans simply won’t allow them to quit and pursue real careers. The fact that they’ve been voted the best punk band in Denver by The Westword Magazine in 2011, 2012, and 2013 can attest to their stalwart status in their home state. A successful Kickstarter campaign and a growing number of their faithful willing to have the band’s name tattooed on their bodies keeps them climbing back into the van for tour after tour. They’ve never been ones to rest on their laurels, though. To the contrary, Reno Divorce has 7 European tours and several US jaunts under their belt, supporting Reverend Horton Heat, The Queers, and US Bombs, among others.
Hard Fall Hearts
The Hearts have toured Europe, United States, performed at Viva Las Vegas #16 (2013), Octoberflame VI (2013), Psychobilly Meeting #25 in Barcelona Spain (2012), Mid-Summer Jamboree Festival in Finland (2012), The Las Vegas Shakedown Rock N Roll Weekender (2011), and headlined the Tiki Drive-In Stage at 2011's Ink N Iron Festival. They have shared billing with the likes of The Supersuckers, Guana Batz, Los Straitjackets, Hillbilly Moon Explosion, The Swingin' Utters, Mad Sin, Lee Rocker, The Blasters, The Quakes, The Klingonz, The Paladins, Throw Rag, Detroit Cobras, The Head Cat, Lords Of Altamont, Frenzy, The Matadors, Fishbone, Rezurex, Stellar Corpses, and perform often with The Chop Tops, Koffin Kats, The Rocketz, Deadbolt, Reckless Ones and 3 Bad Jacks.
Brent Loveday Music
Lead singer and guitarist for the punk rock and roll band Reno Divorce, Brent Loveday puts his charm and storytelling lyrics on display with an acoustic guitar. His songs invoke a bygone era while adding a snarl and a wink. Ranging from haunting to toe tapping, he conjures up music for every mood.