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  • Second Story Garage: Otis Taylor

    Second Story Garage:
    Otis Taylor

    Otis Taylor performs “Yellow Car, Yellow Dog” at Second Story Garage. Otis Taylor plays loose as a way to pinpoint that place where the soul lives. When he plays guitar and sings, it’s as if he allows everything to fall away except for the essential thing to be expressed. You could almost call it a trance. The blues musician is one of the cultural treasures of Boulder, but locals are not alone in appreciating his value. His music has been […]

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  • Otis Taylor performs ‘Be My Frankenstein’

    Otis Taylor performs ‘Be My Frankenstein’

    Otis Taylor performs “Be My Frankenstein” at Second Story Garage. Otis Taylor plays loose as a way to pinpoint that place where the soul lives. When he plays guitar and sings, it’s as if he allows everything to fall away except for the essential thing to be expressed. You could almost call it a trance. The blues musician is one of the cultural treasures of Boulder, but locals are not alone in appreciating his value. His music has been featured […]

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  • Otis Taylor performs ‘Nasty Letter’

    Otis Taylor performs ‘Nasty Letter’

    Otis Taylor performs “Nasty Letter” at Second Story Garage. Otis Taylor plays loose as a way to pinpoint that place where the soul lives. When he plays guitar and sings, it’s as if he allows everything to fall away except for the essential thing to be expressed. You could almost call it a trance. The blues musician is one of the cultural treasures of Boulder, but locals are not alone in appreciating his value. His music has been featured on […]

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  • Otis Taylor chats with Quentin Young

    Otis Taylor chats with Quentin Young

    Otis Taylor sits down to chat with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage. Otis Taylor plays loose as a way to pinpoint that place where the soul lives. When he plays guitar and sings, it’s as if he allows everything to fall away except for the essential thing to be expressed. You could almost call it a trance. The blues musician is one of the cultural treasures of Boulder, but locals are not alone in appreciating his value. His music […]

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  • Second Story Garage: I Sank Molly Brown perform ‘All Mom Blues Band’

    Second Story Garage: I Sank Molly Brown perform ‘All Mom Blues Band’

    I Sank Molly Brown perform “All Mom Blues Band” at Second Story Garage. “If you sat down at a bar with the three of us, you’d say that our music sounds like the way we talk. We all gravitate to elementary-style jokes, but we talk about this existential stuff.” That’s what I Sank Molly Brown’s Dylan Self was telling Ashley just last month, and the Denver post-punk band proved that very true while they were in the Garage. The back-and-forth […]

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  • I Sank Molly Brown perform ‘Sticks and Stones’

    I Sank Molly Brown perform ‘Sticks and Stones’

    I Sank Molly Brown perform “Sticks and Stones” at Second Story Garage. “If you sat down at a bar with the three of us, you’d say that our music sounds like the way we talk. We all gravitate to elementary-style jokes, but we talk about this existential stuff.” That’s what I Sank Molly Brown’s Dylan Self was telling Ashley just last month, and the Denver post-punk band proved that very true while they were in the Garage. The back-and-forth between […]

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