Like rock music? Fan of hip-hop or reggae? Or is pop your thing? How about soul or R&B, folk or bluegrass? This year’s Tellerpalooza delivers all that, with one of our most diverse and danceable musical lineups ever! Here’s what’s on tap for Tellerpalooza 2017:
You can hear plenty of Pharrell, Prince, Stevie Wonder, and even Stevie Nicks in neo soul singer Sur Ellz’s songs. But what comes through loudest is emotion. Sur Ellz sings from the heart with a voice for the ages. And man can he dance.
A little bit bluegrass, a little bit country, a little bit folk, and a lot of reason to stomp your feet and sing along. That’s the distinct Americana of Thunder and Rain, an up-and-coming acoustic quartet fronted by lead singer Erinn Peet-Lukes.
Latin hip-hop duo 2MX2 aren’t just about the beats. By combining pulsing, highly danceable rhythms with lyrics that explore the issues of our time, Owen Trujillo and Juice E.T. Hugo write songs that not only get people grooving, they get people thinking.
Shake them hips! Fully Belly fills your ears with funkified Caribbean-flavored rhythms, playful horns and plenty of high-energy, reggae- and ska-inflected tunes.
Born and raised in Denver, singer-songwriter Megan Burtt and her band, the Cure for Love, have risen fast on the strength of Burtt’s riveting vocals. From booming rockers to ballads, Burtt’s music is big enough for Red Rocks but intimate enough for a roomful of friends.