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Whiskerman (Record Release Tour)

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Whiskerman (Record Release Tour) with Ben Cameron at Lost Lake - Wednesday, March 27

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Lost Lake Presents:

Whiskerman (Record Release Tour)

Ben Cameron

Wednesday Mar 27, 2019

Doors: 7:00 PM

Show: 8:00 PM

21 and over

$10 - $12

Lost Lake

3602 E. Colfax Ave.

Denver, CO

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) be able to show ticket confirmation at the door.

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Whiskerman

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Whether entranced in a ballad or clawing out some frenzied rock and roll, Whiskerman is seeking the heart of the matter.

Lush instrumentation combined with front man Graham Patzner's profound lyricism and unflinching delivery culminate in a sound that is soulful, mythical, and raw. Patzner’s voice, both smokey and soaring, leads a passionate live show as the band’s classic rock sound seamlessly cascades through realms of bluesy devotion, psychedelic melancholy, and twangy celebration. Whiskerman's shows tend to set spells, either sweeping the audience up in revelation, or dropping them into knee-slapping frenzy. Joining Patzner (vocals, guitar, violin and piano), is Will Lawrence (bass and mandolin), and Charles Lloyd (guitar and sitar), Dan Schwartz (drums), and Trevor Bahnson (guitar).

"When they're revved up, Whiskerman sounds like a gospel and soul band that can make you feel like raising your hands in the air in praise of its talent. In their quieter songs, there's a storytelling vibe with intricate melodies." (SF Chronicle)

Their latest release is Champions, a sprawling double-album masterpiece that takes the listener on a hero’s journey through barroom rock n’ roll, blue eyed soul, pastoral folk, workingman’s blues, and rainy day ragas.

“On Champions Whiskerman present ecstatic psychedelia, sturdily constructed pop-rock, pick-and-grin folk all together as a single picture.” (Flood Magazine)

Ben Cameron

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“A joyful, uplifting sound.”

Craig Havighurst

Music City Roots

Ben Cameron's joyful sound merges the classic rock and jam bands he grew up listening to on the East Coast, with the country and folk rock he soaked up during his 14 years in Nashville.

“Ben Cameron possesses two of my favorite new voices. He sings with one and writes with the other.”

Peter Cooper

The Tennessean

He has performed on every coast and a few places in between, with notable appearances at The Governor’s Ball Music Festival in New York City, and The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Lyons, CO.

While in Nashville, Ben received praise for his unique brand of literate rock and roll and his two self-released albums, 2010’s Ben Cameron and 2013’s Pas Tout La ("Pah Tu La") featured collaborations with some of the industry’s greatest talents.

“His sound is like Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and his voice is like Phil Collins from the Tarzan soundtrack. Two winners.”

Katie Chen

Neon Tommy

Ben’s concept-driven single, I Believe, named as a “2014 Best Song of the Year” by Songpickr, was recorded and mixed by Joe Pisapia (Guster, kdlang, Ben Folds), and brought together some of Nashville’s most soulful players and voices, including:

Ron Eoff (The Band, Levon Helm)

Jimmy Wallace (The Wallflowers, Joe Walsh)

Kevin McKendree (Delbert McClinton)

The McCrary Sisters (Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash)

Bryan Owings (Patty Griffin, Emmylou Harris, Justin Townes Earle)

Joe McMahon (Kevin Gordon, Leann Womack, Joel Sonnier)

“[We have] a secret affinity for white boys singing gospel with conviction”

Terra James-Jura

The Deli Nashville

In winter of 2017, Ben and his family left East Nashville for the mountains and are now based in Denver. In August of 2017, Ben played to 40,000 people with The Zac Brown band at Coors Field.

“Ben’s amazing. Amazing musician. Amazing singer.”

Zac Brown

The Zac Brown Band

Ben is planning to release an E.P. of new music in 2018, inspired by recent travels overseas, with a U.S. tour to follow.

When not composing and performing as a solo artist, Ben can be found leading his acoustic power-trio, The Cameroons, with multi-instrumentalist Joe Andrews, from Grammy-winning string band Old Crow Medicine Show, and the percussionist/economist Tom Landstreet. They have been called "The Best Apres-Ski Band In Nashville."

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