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Billy Bob Thornton
This will be the Boxmasters ONLY Colorado show!
Billy Bob Thornton & the Boxmasters
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Tuesday, August 21 , 7pm
Doors @ 6pm for Members, 6:15 General Admission
LIMITED Tickets Available at the Door!
Art House Bakery & Cafe will be OPEN this evening with a delicious selection of seasonal eats and sweets!
Advance Tickets: TLCA Members $75; Non-Members $80
Day of Show Tickets: TLCA Members $80; Non-Members $85
Reserved Seating in First 5 Rows: $10 extra (must purchase separate ticket)
Meet & Greet: $125 extra (must purchase separate ticket)
Reserved Seats sold out!
Click here for ——>Meet & Greet – August 21
2017 & 2018 have seen The Boxmasters team up with legendary Engineer/Producer Geoff Emerick for an album that Geoff has called, “One of the most exciting projects I’ve worked on since The Beatles.”
Known for taking over the engineer’s chair on The Beatle’s albums “Revolver,” “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band” and more, Geoff added a familiar sonic touch to the sound of The Boxmasters, who have been unapologetic Beatles and British Invasion fans. His work on albums by Badfinger, The Zombies, America and Paul McCartney, among many others, have always been huge influences on The Boxmasters.
Sonically “Speck” touches on all of The Boxmaster’s influences, including The Beatles, The Byrds and Big Star but there are new sonic touches as well. Ukulele, Cardboard boxes and the Beatle’s famous “tea towels on the drums” trick pop up on songs throughout the album. “Geoff really did an amazing job on the mixing of this album and did it in a way that you recognize sounds you’ve known all of your life, but at that same time are in a new way. And I really loved being able to sit back and enjoy the mixes of an album instead of sweating every tiny detail of every song.” Says J.D. who typically mixes all of The Boxmaster’s material.
“Lyrically it deals with every thing from personal relationships to politics , social issues . The theme being that we are all specks in this universe trying to navigate it , during trying times in the world we still have our own loves, desires , problems and dreams as individuals.” Says Bud. “We’re just little humans. No matter what our standing is in society”.
The always prolific Bud, J.D. & Teddy have also been working on finishing another long awaited project titled “And Then We Drove” as well as contributing music to an upcoming independent feature film titled “Spare Room.” Songs for the followup companion to “Tea Surfing” have begun being written and recorded as well.
The Boxmaster’s 2018 “Speck Tour” kicks off July 6th in Yountville, CA at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center and runs through the U.S. in July and August. After the West Coast, The Boxmasters make their way through Texas and then to the Northeast, where the band has rarely played before. Familiar venues such as Knucklehead’s in Kansas City, Boondocks in Springfield, Illinois, and Ram’s Head on Stage in Annapolis, Maryland are joined by new stops in Maine, Oklahoma and California.
All ticket sales are final. There will be no refunds issued. When a show is rescheduled, tickets will apply on the new date. Refunds will be issued only when a show is canceled by either the performing artists or the TLCA.