A musical blend of hard rock and driving funk, paired with catchy soulful lyrics, Public Safety is quickly shredding their way into mainstream music. With a top shelf live experience for fans, catchy lyrics, and flowing intricate musicianship being their goal, Public Safety knows how to get any crowd rowdy and movin’. Smooth vocals delivered by frontman Bear Buscher, tasty guitar hooks played by Jimmy Jeter, groovin’ bass lines performed by Ethan Desmond, and crispy drums coming from Lem Williams, the band is able to create an atmosphere where the audience is singing along and a part of the show. Public Safety provides a live experience that hits so hard, you may feel that you were just delivered a swift roundhouse kick by Steven Seagal. It is Public Safety’s firm belief that nobody should be subject to a poor live show, and we are here to protect your right to vibe.
Two Faces West is a crankin’ electric rock n’ blues band that was founded in the small, beautiful mountain town of Gunnison, Colorado. After establishing a tight power trio over their years at Western State Colorado University and with a goal of sharing their unique rockin’ mountain sound with the world, the trio relocated to the mile high city in the fall of 2015 where they have burst into the Denver music scene as one of its premier live acts! Their music is described as a fiery blend of rock & blues, which focuses on the roots of blues while expressing its core in pure rock’n’roll, and topping it off with a touch of funk to create a versatile and distinctive Colorado sound.
The Frisco Funk Collective play high-energy Jazz, Funk and Dance tunes. Lead by bass player Tyler Easton, the Collective has been playing shows throughout Colorado since 2015. Eric James is featured on guitar with Drew Gorin on Sax. The rhythm section is rounded out with Adam Weidner on percussion and Keys along with Leo Lopez on drums. The spirit of the Collective allows for a rotating cast of guest musicians joining in the fun. The idea of the Frisco Funk Collective is to bring out the best of each instrument while digging deep into charts of the new-funk movement. Influenced heavily by the sounds of the 70’s fusion-era artists such as Weather Report and Return to Forever as well as modern acts ranging from Lettuce to Daft Punk. The Collective can be found playing throughout the High Rockies.
Enjoy the super popular karaoke stage throughout the Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival courtesy of Breckenridge Grand Vacations. Enjoy a few tastings then take your turn belting out your favorite tunes!