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Sunday, July 21: The United Center presents JOSCHO STEPHAN. Doors open at 7, showtime 7:30. Tickets $20 at the door, or $18 in advance at , and at the Two Brothers Deli and Java Mountain Roasters in Idaho Springs, and at the Tomay Memorial Library in Georgetown. Come hear Dave share his wonderful stories and songs about the West.



His roots lie in Gipsy Swing music, the style pioneered in the 1930s by the legendary jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. Joscho Stephan has not merely absorbed this music, but also interprets it on the highest level and is actively engaged in extending its boundaries. Despite his youth, after four highly acclaimed CDs and a DVD he has played his way into the illustrous circle of the finest Gipsy Swing musicians in the world.

Great jazz musicians such as Paquito de Rivera, James Carter, Charlie Mariano or Grady Tate enthusiastically praised the talented newcomer after performing together.He has toured Australia with top guitarists Martin Taylor and Tommy Emmanuel and has performed with his own bands (trio to quintett) on numerous important European festivals (among others in Slovenia, Italy, France, Poland and the UK).

His concert appearances in New York’s Lincoln Center or the American country capital Nashville were equally well-received, as were his perfomances in the New Yorker jazz shrine Birdland.

Across the board, the press only has good things to say about Joscho Stephan. His debut “Swinging Strings” was named CD of the month by American magazine Guitar Player. In the words of the highly regarded Acoustic Guitar Magazine, he is the guarantor for the future of Gipsy jazz guitar.


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August, second week, exact date TBA: The United Center presents Bob Sinclair and the Big Deals.  Bob, who has played at the United Center before with Mary Huckens and Dakota Blonde, is coming out to visit  from North Carolina again. This time he will bring his full band. They will showcase Bob's original songs about life, love and loss.  His style is a bit of swing, folded into bluegrass accompaniment, and his songs will stay in your head.