Calendar of Events

March 2023
March 30, 2023
Tejon Street Corner Thieves vs. Them Coulee Boys
Show Starts:
8:00 pm
Show End:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 30minutes prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
and up allowed
About the Show and the Artist:



Doors 7pm/ Show 8pm

Tejon Street Corner Thieves 

Outlaw Alt-Folk group Tejon Street Corner Thieves hails from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, bringing new energy to the Bluegrass genre by mingling darker subjects and tones with depth-driven lyricism and performative musicianship. 

The musicians behind Tejon have been playing together since 2013, where they gained momentum in the local Colorado scene with accolades and press coverage around the state, spanning from Colorado Springs’ Colorado Springs Gazette to Denver’s 303 Magazine. The band eventually caught the eye of Banjo-attacking murder folk troubadour Amigo The Devil and signed to his recently-launched record label Liars Club.

Tejon Street Corner Thieves released their latest project ‘Thick As Thieves’ on May 20th, a 12-track LP. The record was recorded at Royal Recordings in Colorado Springs with producer Bill Douglas, and combines Americana, folk, and bluegrass into an intoxicating mix with a unique outlaw, trash-grass twist.

Over the past few years, Tejon has grown out of their local acclaim, becoming a national voice amongst the Bluegrass community for both their unique sound and charming antics. Following the COVID-19 shutdown, Tejon got extensive news coverage when the band took to the road (on a school bus), performing their music for fans from a safe distance. Their ingenuity brought in a stream of new fans, propelling their music mainstream. 

Tejon is set to embark on an extensive tour in 2022, headlining a string of dates on the Thick As Thieves tour, and as support on The Dead South’s summer tour. For all upcoming TSCT tour dates, head to:

Them Coulee Boys

“from pure and genuine ballads to a leaping, countrified take on rock and roll”

Soren Staff and Beau Janke—co-founders of folk/rock/Americana outfit Them Coulee
Boys—met as camp counselors in northern Wisconsin in 2011. Their weekend workshopping of
Avett Brothers tunes led to original songs and adding Soren’s brother Jens on mandolin. As the
years grew, the band turned into a more rollicking outfit, adding Neil Krause on electric bass
and Stas Hable on drums.
The band’s name is a nod to the glacial melt-carved river valleys they call home, known by early
French fur trappers as coulees. 2023 marks the 10th year since launching themselves during a
now legendary apple farm hootenanny. Known for wild swings of emotion during sets, it is not
unusual to see fans in tears and minutes later dancing with abandon. The honesty and ability to
talk and sing about the feelings and emotions that shape them has endeared them to a growing
group of fans and friends.
With four full-length albums and an EP behind them, including 2019’s Die Happy (produced by
Trampled By Turtles’ Dave Simonett on Lo-Hi Records) and 2021’s Namesake (produced by
Grammy winner Brian Joseph), the band has garnered international attention and earned press
in American Songwriter, Ditty TV, Folk Alley, and The Bluegrass Situation, as well as tours with
Trampled By Turtles and a spot on the songwriter’s Cayamo Cruise.
2021’s Namesake found the band following a new trajectory, combining their signature take on
folk-grass and Americana with comfort on electric instruments and playing rock and roll. The
record lives and breathes. It’s both intimate and bombastic. It’s the sweet aunt who makes
delicious pies and the wiley uncle who’s not afraid to hit a bit of the hooch. At the bottom is the
acceptance that comes with family and old friends; none of us are perfect, but there’s enough
love out there to make up for it.
In 2020, they were named Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Band to Watch. In 2021, they won
Bluegrass/Americana Band of the Year by the Wisconsin Area Music Industry.
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