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|Saturday Apr 19, 2014 9:00PM||Bluebird Theater Denver, CO||Buy Tickets More Info|
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TTF is an ever-evolving live experience that creates a positive connection with its audience through their music. Coming from a variety of musical and geographical backgrounds, Technicolor Tone...Expand
TTF is an ever-evolving live experience that creates a positive connection with its audience through their music. Coming from a variety of musical and geographical backgrounds, Technicolor Tone Factory fosters a sound that is pure and unique. With roots ranging from rock, to jazz, to electronica, to funk, to soul, TTF lives up to their name and provides a genre defying, musically “Technicolor” experience at every show. The quintet features Bassist/Vocalist Zach Jackson, Guitarist/ Vocalist Taylor Frederick, Keys/ Vocalist Greg Kallfa, Guitarist Jarrod Guaderrama, and Drummer Bryan LeFever.
From performing in major music rooms all across Colorado (Fox Theater, Boulder Theater, Cervantes’s Otherside, The Bluebird Theater (Denver), Fly Me to The Moon Saloon (Telluride), to music festivals across the country (Wakarusa and Arise), TTF consistently brings down the house with their innovative live performances. The group combines their virtuosic improvisational skills, intricate songwriting, and rock show stage presence to create an experience that is musically and visually extravagant, while maintaining an underlying simplicity that makes their sound accessible to all.
"The great thing about playing with TTF is the amount of musical possibility. We can take it any direction at any time, and it blows my mind! A TTF show is sure to tickle at least one musical taste bud of everyone in the audience, and might even help you discover some new tastes in the process.”- Taylor Frederick
Since their formation in 2011, TTF has performed with major national touring artists such as Wyclef Jean, Leann Rimes, Perpetual Groove, Snarky Puppy and The Motet; and are scheduled to play shows with the likes of Moe, Jimkata, and Dopapod within the coming months.
While one can never expect exactly what might happen at a Technicolor Tone Factory show, the band’s musicality and incredible energy guarantee an unforgettable experience. Be sure to catch these guys on their first album release tour this spring!