Lucas Wolf

Lost Lake Presents

Lucas Wolf

Clay Rose (of The Gasoline Lollipops), Almost Pioneers, Ramaya Soskin

Thursday, 1/31

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10 - $12

This event is 21 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. 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) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

Lucas Wolf
Lucas Wolf
Lucas Swafford started his journey in Arizona, leaving the conventional life for one less traveled. His lyrics speak of his journey and expierences with a raw, witty, jaded style. His catchy songs, and passionate voice will catch any by-stander by suprise.
His music has been discribed as a 'backporch jam brought to the stage'
and a
"Rural funky mountain blues jam with influences of folk and jazz"
Lucas Swaffords acoustic set is perfect for your mellow crowd at a coffee shop, or a jazz bar. He has been known to bring in other musicians on stage (such as Chris Clark (bass), Rama Deva (hand drums), and Nathan Couch (drums)) creating a colorful dynamic energy, great for getting your 'groove on.' He currently resides in the mountains of Colorado, where he is establishing himself as a songwriter/performer.
Clay Rose (of The Gasoline Lollipops)
Clay Rose (of The Gasoline Lollipops)
Clay Rose writes songs. He also writes his number on cocktail napkins, and his name on bathroom walls. He's available. Give him a call.
Almost Pioneers
Almost Pioneers
Alt Country duo and bear wranglers from Denver, CO who mix trail side witchery with mountain mischief.
Ramaya Soskin
Ramaya Soskin
Born outside New Hope, Pennsylvania, and calling Boulder, Colorado his home since 2000, Ramaya Soskin is a songwriter.

Beginning first at Naropa University he formed a rock and reggae trio named Specter X with Ian Hansson and Devin Liles that spent over 3 years heating up dance floors and generally just being awesome. While maturing as a songwriter he practiced his craft and soon started the indie alt-rock band SLOWROSA with local songstress Cate Coslor, Tres Altman, Chris Mustaine and Jeb Bows. While being managed by Brian Schwartz (Dinosaur Jr., Paper Bird, Rose Hill Drive), and supported by both Coupe Studio and What Are Records?, the band performed with acts such as Devotchka, The Fray, and The Czars at Boulder's "Fox" and "Boulder Theater". Ramaya's next project was entitled A. Ballad Nightly and included players Jess DeNicola, Jeb Bows, Jack Leahy, and Leor Manelis. It was during this incarnation that Ramaya released an album of his original material entitled "All In Good Time" in November of 2007. Both haunting and revealing, the album is a collection of delicate lullabyes, saucy rockers, and sultry ballads. Upon it's release gave it the "Editor's Pick of the Month" saying:

"Simultaneously blending echoes of Iron and Wine, Ryan Adams, Wilco and Jeff Buckley, Ramaya Soskin's new album somehow engages both the daring spirit and tender vulnerability. Wrapping up gentle folk in lush pop harmonies, cradling thoughtful songwriting with sometimes-hushed, sometimes-assertive vocals that are strung through these songs like a golden thread, the songs on All in Good Time capture a unique pocket of inspired and sincere writing with volumes of courage and determination. Somewhere between the rush of falling in love and the beautiful bitterness of having your heart broken, you’ll find emotions so delicious that you can’t quite let them go. Such is the magic of Ramaya Soskin's All In Good Time."

The album, "All In Good Time", among many others, is available to stream or download under the "MUSIC" heading, and at A 2015 Re-issue of the CD is available at the iTunes music store among many other digital distributers, and hardcopies of the CD are available at

In 2009 Ramaya joined up with fellow Boulder songwriter (and longtime hombre) Gregory Alan Isakov. They toured as a duo (where Ramaya both accompanied Greg and performed solo) for over 3 years. Tour schedules took them all over the US, Canada (Winnipeg Folk Festival), Cayamo Cruise shows, and twice to Europe; Italy, England and Scotland (w/ Chris Pureka), Germany (w/ Nathaniel Rateliff), and Holland (w/ Devotchka). As a full 6 piece band here in Boulder they sold out the Fox Theater, Chataqua Auditorium, and Redrocks (with Brandi Carlile).

In 2010 Ramaya accompanied by vocalist Dana Raabe, toured with friend and hero songsmith Chris Pureka in support of her album "How I Learned To See In The Dark".

As founder of Boulder's "Troubadours", a monthly platform to showcase local songwriters, Ramaya has been offering the community a musical hub around which thier local favorites are teamed up with stellar undiscovered talent. "It's the best of the local flavor in a myriad of expression, all in one place" (Boulder Weekly). These "Troubadours" showcases have been presented monthly for 10 years+ at such venues as The Fox Theater, Trilogy, B.side Lounge, Shine, and The Laughing Goat.

All in all, Ramaya and the bands he has been a part of have shared the stage with: Brandi Carlisle, Fiona Apple, The Fray, Devotchka, The Lumineers, Glen Hansard and The Swell Season, Gregory Alan Isakov, Nathaniel Rateliff, Paper Bird, Chris Pureka, Elephant Revival, Dechen Hawk, Colin Robison, Reed Foehl, Paul Kimbiris, Ian Cooke, and many other wonderful artists...

Currently Ramaya can be seen playing music in the Boulder/Denver area regularly at venues such as the Laughing Goat and Shine where he won 1st prize at the "Aspen Songwriter's Competition".
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206