Wasteland Hop CD RELEASE, Mama Lenny and the Remedy, Wheelchair Sports Camp, The B.A.B.E.S.

Wasteland Hop CD RELEASE, Mama Lenny and the Remedy, Wheelchair Sports Camp, The B.A.B.E.S.

Fri, January 23, 2015

8:00 pm

Hodi's Half Note

Fort Collins, CO

$8 (+$5 if under 21)

Off Sale

Wasteland Hop
Wasteland Hop
If the world were to be stricken by disease, famine, and natural disaster – Wasteland Hop would be the band staging a rock concert on top of the giant heap of rubble that once was Fort Collins, Colorado.

Wasteland Hop play a unique brand of indie hip-hop. It's got one foot in the groovin' live hip hop of The Roots and another in the brash, bluesy rock of The White Stripes. The third foot (the result of a rare genetic mutation) is planted squarely in their own mouths.

Wasteland Hop loves nothing more than playing to their small-but-increasingly-raucous contingent of faithful fans on the Front Range.
Mama Lenny and the Remedy
Mama Lenny and the Remedy
There was a deep need in the Colorado music scene for driving soul and vintage rock; it was fulfilled when Mama Lenny and the Remedy burst out of the gates in 2012 with their double disc album "Punches and Hugs". While their initial album has been described as "Big, brassy, ballsy, bossy, bitchy, screaming R&B in a 2 cd debut", their sound is diverse enough to have allowed them to open for such acts as Alison Kraus and Union Station, Garage a Trois, Black Joe Lewis and the English Beat. Led by the ferocious vocals of their front woman, and supported by a crew of talented and captivating musicians, Mama Lenny and the Remedy puts on an unstoppable, unique performance appealing to music fans of all kinds. For booking information or to contact Mama Lenny and the Remedy, please email them at mailto:mamalennyandtheremedy@gmail.com or find them online via the usual social media outlets. They are sure to Cure What Ails You.
Wheelchair Sports Camp
Wheelchair Sports Camp
"If there were ever a moment for a queer, disabled rapper with a love for pot, jokes, and revolution to be a star, the moment is now" - Village Voice

Wheelchair Sports Camp, the Denver based pseudo hip-hop band is Kalyn as MC/producer, Abi McGaha Miller as vocalist/saxophone, and brother Isaac as live rhythm. The band unknowingly started in the summer of 1997 when Kalyn moved back from Burbank, CA to her Denver hometown and was invited to attend and corrupt the 14th annual week-long Wheelchair Sports Camp. After meeting Abi and later brother Isaac in college, Kalyn combined talents to create a more live, jazzy, funky, combination to the traditional hip-hop group. The unconventional setup of live instruments and Kalyn's produced beats, presents a polished sound unique to the hip hop game with old-school lyrics that maintain a sarcastic yet independent and heavy consciousness. After playing for a few years around the Denver metro area, the group has been fortunate enough to share the stage with headliners and mentors like Salt-n-Pepa, Raekwon, Rahzel, Sage Francis and plenty more. The band has played outside home in places including New York, Austin, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, New Mexico and continues to expand their fanbase in further markets.


Wheelchair Sports Camp persists to stay passionate about many causes, playing shows to raise money and awareness to support Occupy Wall Street (most especially Occupy Denver), prevent domestic violence, support LGBT youth and gay rights, support Haiti relief efforts, advocate an end to war, aid the homeless, promote global equality, and any other fight they can foster. Taking a nod from one of their favorite artists Radiohead, Wheelchair Sports Camp always has free or pay what you can CDs available at shows for fans. "If you can't afford music or food, steal it!" has been their motto since inception. Their goal is to spread their music like wildfire, and they encourage their fans to share and borrow creativity with hopes to conserve a free culture. To them, it's the only way to keep their music headed in the right direction without allowing money and greed to interfere with the creative process.
Venue Information:
Hodi's Half Note
167 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO, 80524
http://www.hodishalfnote.com/