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The Changeups | Jillian Rae (Alternative Music) $10

Thursday, February 27, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Alternative Americana rock band, The Changeups, are based in Minneapolis fronted by vocalist, songwriter and guitarist Alicia Kay.  They call Colorado their second home and frequently grace the stages of the 331 Club, Aster Café and Palmer’s as well as the Turf Club and Varsity Theater.  Members have played across the US and they have been interviewed and played on KFAI multiple times among other radio stations.

The lineup consists of co-founder and guitarist/songwriter Jimmy Baker (Crazed Individuals, Eddie Mac), as well as drummer Aaron Rosener (Omaur Bliss, Javier Trejo), and bassist Jeff Ellington (The Fake McCoys, The Roosevelts).  Their various backgrounds as rock, country, R&B, folk and punk musicians make for a distinct sound changing the song style throughout a performance. Alicia’s emotional lyrics and twangy heartfelt singing trickled in with Jimmy’s fun pop songs charm any audience and is loved by fans of Neko Case, Lucinda Williams and Lydia Loveless.
When they’re not rocking out in the local scene, they are hard at work recording new songs.  Their new single ’Pick Up the Pieces’ will be released in the Spring of 2020.  This is in addition to their full-length album, Unhinge the Moon, and their EP, Negative Space.


The Changeups Official Facebook Page


Having cultivated a reputation as the go-to violin accompanist for dozens of bluegrass, rock, and pop bands (including The Okee Dokee BrothersCorpse ReviverAdam Levy, and Steve Kaul & the Brass Kings) Jillian Rae planted her own flag in the musical landscape with the 2013 release of Heartbeat, a confident pop record with subtle nods to her bluegrass and classical pedigrees. Her songs are full of heartache, truth, and often a beguiling sense of playfulness. Rae’s songwriting is not easily pigeonholed, and neither is her playing. You can find her playing country fiddle on one tune, rock guitar on the next, or driving her violin through synthy guitar effects on another.

As engaging as her arrangements can be, the real show stopper of her records or live performances is always her effortlessly powerful voice. When Jillian Rae sings, you believe her. Such is the case on her 2017 EP, Wanderlust. More of a stripped-down country record, Wanderlust showcases Rae’s dynamic and earnest vocal chops. Music journalist Youa Vang called Rae a heavy hitter whose “voice will stay with you long after the show is over.”

If Jillian Rae fans thought that Wanderlust might be signal that she’s going country, she has more surprises in store. With the release of her new full length “I can’t be the one you want me to be”, Rae made an even harder pivot. Fans got an early taste of her collaborations with a new lineup and a new producer (The Library Studio’s Matt Patrick), in her cover of Prince’s legendary When Doves Cry. Released as a single, the homage is not only a wholesale rewrite of the tune befitting the towering status of the original, it’s also a marker of a new direction with this new staff on board.

With contributions from Patrick, as well as guitarist and longtime collaborator Eric Martin, bassist Jimmy Osterholt, and drummer Alex Young, “I can’t be the one you want me” to be is saturated in heavy grooves, moody arrangements, and unflinching honesty. And of course her voice, which has never sounded better, more dynamic, or more true than it does on this collection of songs.

Jillian Rae Official Website

Music 8-10pm

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$10 cover charge will be added to your tab.



Thursday, February 27, 2020
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm