january, 2020

11jan7:00 pm10:00 pmMike Masse with Rubber Souls (Beatles Tribute)

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Event Details

Formed in 2015, Rubber Souls are:

Mike Masse (lead vocalist, piano, acoustic guitar) is an internationally acclaimed acoustic artist, known for his epic performances of classic rock covers. His YouTube channel now has over 260,000 subscribers and over 90 million views. He can be seen performing at various private and public events around the world.

Mike Johnson (lead guitar, backing vocals), guitarist and composer, has been performing for over 50 years. Mike is the founder and leader of the internationally celebrated “avant-rock” group Thinking Plague, with whom he has written and produced eight CDs, two LPs, and tracks on various compilations.

Ron Perron (bass, backing vocals) started playing in 9th grade, and has been performing ever since, including with jazz greats Clark Terry and Bill Watrous. Currently Ron plays with the progressive rock group Stencil Forest, and has been working with Rubber Souls since their inception.

Scott Roush (drums, samples, vocals) is a drummer, composer, and session musician originally from Milwaukee, WI. He grew up listening to the Beatles with his parents and fell in love with music at an early age. He is active as a drummer in the Colorado music scene, currently performing The Raven and the Writing Desk, King Cardinal, and others. Scott is an accompanist for modern dance classes for the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Denver School of the Arts, Kim Robards Dance company, and others, composes for TV/film/radio, and is a Vic Firth endorsed drum teacher. And yes, Scott thinks Ringo is a fantastic drummer!

Jon Stubbs (keyboard, guitar, vocals) has a passion for musical discovery, for himself and for his students. He can currently be found teaching music to kids of all ages, on a bunch of different instruments. Jon has composed music for theater, dance productions, and several television series.

Venue details: Buffalo Rose, 1119 Washington Avenue, Golden, Colorado, 80401, United States

Time

(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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