Progressive-rock, six-piece Eminence Ensemble has announced a 12-date ‘The Road’ To Red Rocks national spring tour.
Since 2009, the Colorado-based band has been building their fan-base through their explosive live shows and unique genre-blending sets of rock, jazz, electronic, metal, funk, and hip-hop to create intricate, psychedelic compositions. Comprised of Tanner Bardin (drums), Nick Baum (lead vocals/percussion), Johnny Bosbyshell (keys), Zac Flynn (bass/vocals), Taylor Frederick (guitar/vocals), and Justin Neely (guitar/vocals), the six-piece make a solid framework of huge sound and creativity, gaining national attention with their high-energy performances and large-scale production. With over 400 shows under their belt, Eminence Ensemble has proven their worth in the scene, playing festival slots at Summer Camp, Electric Forest, Wave Spell, Gem & Jam, Camp Bisco, Euphoria, The Werkout, and more.
Since kicking off 2020 with a slew of shows in Colorado, including playing alongside Papadosio, Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee), Star Kitchen, and more at the inaugural Snowsio Festival, and with TAUK at the Boulder Theater, Eminence Ensemble will head out on the road, hitting venues throughout Colorado, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, South Carolina, and Texas.
Eminence Ensemble – Boulder Theater – 2/21/20 [Full Show]
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“We all love being on the road, in front of our fans doing what truly makes us happy. We have been writing new music and dusting off old tunes that we never fully completed; so get ready as the new stuff we’ve been developing is going to blow your minds,” Baum said.
The six-piece will kick off their spring tour at Denver, CO’s Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox on March 14th, before heading East to Chicago, IL’s Bourbon On Division (4/2); Cleveland, OH’s Grog Shop (4/4); Pittsburgh, PA’s Thunderbird Music Hall (4/5); Brooklyn, NY’s Brooklyn Bowl (4/7); Millersville, PA’s Phantom Power (4/8); Washington, D.C.’s Pie Shop (4/9); Charleston, SC’s Charleston Pour House (4/11); Athens, GA’s Nowhere Bar (4/14); Birmingham, AL’s The Nick (4/16); and Jackson, MS’s Martin’s Downtown (4/17). The band will complete their spring tour with a return to their home state of Colorado to make their debut at Red Rocks Amphitheatre alongside Lotus on April 25th.
For a full list of tour dates, head to the band’s website.
Eminence Ensemble Road To Red Rocks Spring Tour
3.14.20 – Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox – Denver, CO
4.2.20 – Bourbon On Division – Chicago, IL
4.4.20 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH
4.5.20 – Thunderbird Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PA
4.7.20 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY
4.8.20 – Phantom Power – Millersville, PA
4.9.20 – Pie Shop – Washington, D.C., MD
4.11.20 – Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC
4.14.20 – Nowhere Bar – Athens, GA
4.16.20 – The Nick – Birmingham, AL
4.17.20 – Martin’s Downtown – Jackson, MS
4.25.20 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO