David Beckingham

Lost Lake Presents

David Beckingham

Lucas Wolf, Dechen Hawk, Brianna Straut

Tuesday, 5/28

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

$12 - $15

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.

David Beckingham
David Beckingham
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.
Dechen Hawk
Dechen Hawk
"Like Stevie Wonder and Jeff Buckley thrown in a blender." - Bryan Beller, Dethklok

Rocked to sleep as a child to Stevie Wonder, Dechen Hawk's music ranges from beautiful ballads to serious backbeat funk. Hawk's sound is a refreshing new addition to the Neo-Soul movement. Though musical his whole life, it wasn't until the death of his father at age 14, and the search for a way to express that loss, that Hawk found his calling as a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. It was also at this time the Hawk was introduces to the music of Jeff Buckley, which influenced him heavily during this time of grief and musical exploration. Hawk's desire to create and express the joy and fragility of life has kept him busy for the past 24 years performing locally and internationally, sharing billings with such legends as Martin Sexton, Bruce Hornsby, Leon Russell, and the Fun Lovin' Criminals, as well as sharing the stage with members of The Motet, Big Gigantic, Juno What, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, The New Mastersounds, Euforquestra, Analog Sun, The pimps of Joytime, Punch Drunk Monkey Funk, Ty Burhoe, and Ron Miles. During this time Hawk has written hundreds of songs, released 7 albums, been in numerous bands, played the role of talent buyer for various venues. A 2009 graduate of Naropa University, Hawk studied with Bill Douglas, Art Lande, and Janet Feder.

"One impression you get from Hawk is that generosity is not just a courtesy; It's a business plan." P.J. Nutting - Boulder Weekly
Brianna Straut
Brianna Straut
Americana singer-songwriter Brianna Straut conveys the human condition through empathetic storytelling. Born and raised in Texas, Brianna sings from her roots, incorporating lamentations of lost love and soaring moments of hanging on to the good times into her bittersweet folk tunes. She’s been a member of Denver-based Americana outfits such as Bison Bone and Tomahawk Fox. More recently, Brianna has branched out on her own as a singer-songwriter with a voice that is as proud as the Rocky Mountains she now calls home.
Her latest release, La Mano is the first in a series of three albums inspired by the hands of her community. Marquee Magazine has described it as “... the hard, chapped and cracked withered hands of modern working-class Americana — coupled, of course, with Straut’s beautiful, soaring voice.”
Brianna has opened for artists such as Lillie Mae, Son Volt and Israel Nash. She’s been compared to Lori McKenna in a recent write up by 303 Magazine in which they write, “[T]here is something about a girl and a guitar that can tug at those heartstrings. Straut pulls from her personal experiences to really give her songs a deep sense of emotion that listeners can empathize with regardless of their own personal experiences.”
Brianna has been touring the country promoting her new album and gaining experience to write into her next.
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206
http://lost-lake.com/