Harmony Sweepstakes Tickets
- Hey A Cappellists!Tickets are still available for the great March 6 show at Gates Concert Hall in Denver. You can call TicketWeb or Ticketmester, but your best bet at this point is to call 303-871-7720, the Gates Hall box office, and have them put your tickets in Will Call.Tickets are $18 general admission, and $14 for students, seniors and groups of 15 or more.This will be too good a show to miss. Check out the 8 competing groups below:Meanwhile, join us a week from Saturday at the most significant harmony event that will happen in the Rocky Mountain area this year!Rol SharetteproducerRocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes 2004 Group BiosCurious Gage: One of Colorado's newest contemporary vocal bands, 'Curious Gage' from Fort Collins has a unique blend of rock, jazz, pop and soul. Using only the instruments they were born with, these five guys capture the intensity and energy of today's rock bands. Members are Nic Widhalm, Justin Adams, Christian Nielsen, Ryan Smykil and Tom Miles.Face: Boulder's six-man vocal band, 'Face', boasts Audience Favorite and Runner-Up awards from the 2003 Rocky Mountain Sweeps. These talented singers provide raw entertainment from original arrangements of pop, rock, jazz, gospel and classical selections. Members include Ben Lunstad, Cody Qualls, Ryan Driver, Forest Kelly, Joseph DiMasi and Mark Megibow.Inpulse: Visionary group 'Inpulse' from Minnesota has a mission to take vocal 'instrumentation' into mainstream popular music. These five trained vocalists use their musical talents and unparalleled skill with vocal percussion to create a groove second to none. Members are Michael Espinoza, Gabe Koxlien, Matt McDonald, Paul Donnelly and Marcus Hanson.LoDo Air Band: Since 1996, Denver's 'LoDo Air Band' has sung only original arrangements along with many original tunes, delivered with non-stop high energy. Prepare for a wild ride through a cappella hilarium with the six-voice group's renditions of Classic Rock and R&B. Members are Kelly Hays, Kristen Brown, Art Ortega, Christine Young, Jonathan Smith and Doug Tisdale.moosebutter: You'd never know it by their music, but Provo, Utah's 'moosebutter' is a quartet of nice guys who sing songs about love, liberty and furry animal friends. Together they ponder deeply, swoon meticulously, tango ominously and . . they don't cheat at checkers. Members are Tim Y. Jones, Chris Hallis, Weston Wride and Glen Sawyer.No Better Cause: The infectious and exciting one-of-a-kind style of 'No Better Cause' adds an intriguing a cappella sound to their repertoire of pop, rock, R&B and standard tunes. The six-man group from Lincoln, Nebraska has a distinctive talent and a bent for true originality. Members are Nate Kellison, Luke Kellison, Justin Runge, Adam McCarville, Zakk Wooten and Zack Bjornsen.Raging Harmonies: These seven teens are all students at Colorado's Westminster High School. The young men and women of 'Raging Harmonies' strive to share the spotlight fairly andcomprise the only high school-aged a cappella group to appear in the Harmony Sweepstakes. Members are Lisa Baer, Jessican Israel, Denine Lopez, Chris Vasquez, Tez Diaz, Mike Ladner and Derik Padilla Rojas.Transformed: Since 1996, 'Transformed' of Littleton, Colorado has performed mainly for women's conferences, special events and fundraisers in the area, and as far as Kyiv in the European Ukraine. The group's four female songsters use their God-given talents to encourage others. Members are Laura Gournie, Rita Robbins, Kathy Spencer and Lisa Welsh.