Join Us July 3rd For Open Music Sessions Featuring: Rossonian

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Join us for this month’s Open Music Session!

Featuring: Rossonian

Rossonian is a band of white boys named after a legendary black jazz club who don’t play jazz. In "On The Road", Jack Keroac wrote about the ‘lilac evening’ in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood where the century-old dilapidated hotel and lounge’s facade still sits today. He must have experienced the art deco sign flickering on in the twilight, signaling the approaching night and all the ‘…joy, kicks, darkness, music…’ that it would bring. Though the worn but still handsome sign hasn’t been lit in over half a century, the band with its namesake delivers the same blissful reminder of pleasure and darkness to come. Rossonian’s music is the thrill of anticipation as you prepare yourself for the ecstasy of heading out into the night.

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Come check them all out and eat some delicious grub from Illegal Pete's!

Doors at 7 pm - ALL WELCOME
Free Live Show 8 - 9:30 pm.

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Join us the first Friday of every month for Open Music Sessions at 700 Kalamath.

Open Music Sessions is a collaboration between the Open Media Foundation, the Greater Than Collective and the Denver Westword, which uses our shared technical resources, communications prowess and, most importantly, passion for Denver music. You can be part of these sessions as an audience member in the DOM studio.

Every Open Music Session not only features great music but delicious food and drinks from Illegal Pete’s and other Denver favorites. Your support means the continuation of this project as well as other community efforts from the Open Media Foundation. Learn more at

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By: Denver Open Media