Since moving to Colorado 3 decades ago, Hazel Miller has been one of the most sought-after performers and a driving force in the music scene. With this new series of shows at the Dairy, she hopes to shine a light on lesser-known performers who deserve more attention. She'll host the show and perhaps sing a song or two with her guests.
Twenty Hands High is a Denver based country & Southern rock band. Performing modern & classic country, as well as your favorite Southern rock and Texas/Oklahoma red dirt tunes, they have a knack for engaging the audience, and inviting them to be part of the show. Their smiling faces and stage energy prove they're doing what they love! Grab your friends and your boots... it's time to cut loose!
Opening the show will be Soda Blue, a dynamic duet comprised of the partners Alice Frisch and David Fermanich. Friends for over 30 years, Alice and Dave share a chemistry that really comes across on stage. Technically a ‘cover’ musical act with a focus on your favorite pop, jazz, and smokey R&B tunes from the 50s through the 70s, their joking and overall sense of fun turns their show into something more than just music.