By: Pete Laffin
This weekend marks the start of music at a great Boulder venue.
There was never any other local act I hoped would play on opening night for live music at Cafe Aion. Paul Kimbiris, who will be christening our new stage this Friday, February 5th at 10pm, is becoming nationally renowned for his enviable songwriting and for his own uniquely melodic brand of acoustic folk. A self-described “recovering Philadelphian”, he’s been playing around Boulder for the past five years, released a well received record last summer, and can be found on the soundtracks for major network TV shows like “The Shield”, “Gang Related”, and most recently, ABC’s “Forever”. We are honored to have him perform on such a momentous night for our new endeavor.
Playing the following evening, also at 10pm, is another burgeoning local sensation. The folk ensemble Foxfeather formed in 2013, and has made quite an impression on the Boulder music scene, offering an eclectic mix of styles, from folk to blues to bluegrass to jazz and even to pop. They regularly bring down the house at venues all over town, and are sure to rock the room at Aion.
Please join us in celebrating our opening weekend! It’s sure to be one for the books.
For information on booking, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will get back to you post-haste!
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