Published on May 22nd, 2013 | by gatsbyadmin0
Hayward Strangers – Highland’s Cork and Coffee
Last Thursday afternoon at Highlands Cork and Coffee was the place to be in the Denver. Hayward Strangers brought out a energetic crowd to the beautiful patio. The Strangers had an amazing performance that seemed to fit perfect to the changing of spring time of Colorado. It was a fun and entertaining afternoon that many locals came out to celebrate. Hayward Strangers got there name from weekly open music nights on a backyard porch in a small house off Hayward Place in Northwest Denver. Members of the band are Keenan Copple (banjo, resonator guitar), Alex Daue (guitar), Phil Hanceford (mandolin), Josh Hicks (drums), John Murret (guitar), and Scott Powers on bass. Their roots come from North Carolina, Nebraska, Tennessee, Louisiana, Maryland, and Montana who play high energy acoustic bluesy Americana folk. To like them on facebook and to stay updated with their events click here!
Highlands Cork and Coffee is located off 32nd and Meade Street in the Highlands of Denver. It’s got a homely vibe for a nice place to gather with friends and family for a glass of wine or nice bit to eat, such as salads, paninis, and tapas. Now through the end of summer Highlands Cork and Coffee will house music nights and afternoons Thursday through Sunday. For the rest of their events through the summer click here! To like them on facebook click here!
Check out the rest of the pictures from the show here!