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Previous events

Jan8

3 Kings 10th Anniversary Party

3 Kings, 60 S. Broadway, Denver, CO

January 8th 2016 3 Kings Tavern 10th Anniversary Party A Brief History of Good Times

with live performances by

The Fresh Fudge Family: 18 Years of White Fudge, MF Ruckus and Forth Yeer (Freshman) Granny Tweed Straight Outta Luck Munimula Malamadre The Wow! Signal DJ Sets by Denver's Best Kept Secret Ooh La La Burlesque and MORE!!!

Art show in the Gallery by CHEAP and Cabal Enterprises

Comedy, Surprise Quasi-Celebrity Guests, Alcohol and Fun for All ages over 21!

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MONDO GENERATOR/PETER PAN SPEEDROCK/MF RUCKUS

Larimer Lounge, 2721 Larimer St., Denver, CO

Mondo Generator was formed in 1997 by Queens of the Stone Age bassist/singer Nick Oliveri. Initially intended as a solo/side project, the classic "Cocaine Rodeo" album was recorded that same year, but shelved until the Southern Lord label released it and its unique brand of criminal insanity to widespread acclaim and horror in the summer of 2000. The follow-up, "A Drug Problem That Never Existed," was released jointly in the Summer of 2003 by Ipecac/Rekords Rekords to further critical acclaim. A worldwide tour followed that was chronicled on video for the DVD release "Use Once and Destroy Me". In 2004, Mondo Generator recorded and released "III The EP." Oliveri began a solo acoustic career shortly after, which would see two full releases, "Demolition Day", and 2010's "Death Acoustic." In 2006, Mondo Generator released "Dead Planet: SonicSlowMotionTrails" on English label Mother Tongue. It would be released worldwide the following year on Suburban Noize Records. In late 2010, Mondo Generator would be put on a back-burner as Oliveri rejoined Kyuss, re-branded as Kyuss Lives! (and now Vista Chino), which also features John Garcia, Brant Bjork, and new guitarist Bruno Fevery. In summer 2012, the new Mondo Generator album, "Hell Comes To Your Heart," was released by Mondo Media/Cobraside.

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Mile High Parley

Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 S Broadway, Denver

Mile High Parley is a philanthropic endeavor in the heart of Denver, Colorado, that will include local artists, musicians, non-profits, entrepreneurs, farmers, chefs, and more. We will have a small Farmers Market in the morning, an Entrepreneur/Non-Profit Expo in the afternoon and round out the evening with some of Denver's best up and coming musicians.

This is a FREE event, that is open to all ages. Featuring one indoor stage and one outdoor stage (Ellsworth between Broadway and Lincoln will be closed off!). Lineups to be announced soon!

Vendor booth space is still available for the Farmers Market and Entrepreneur/Non-Profit Expo. Please contact info@tindakan.org

Any proceeds made from the event will go towards a group of non-profits; including Tindakan.org and Goodwill of Denver.

We are looking for sponsors to help with costs of staging and sound equipment, permits, etc.

Please head on over to the Parley FB and give 'er a 'like': https://www.facebook.com/milehighparleydenver

FREE Age limit: All ages

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Ace Frehley w/ MF Ruckus

The Oriental Theater, 4335 West 44th Avenue, Denver

Ask a modern day rock guitarist who his influences were, and more often than not the name Ace Frehley is on the list.

Considered by those in the know to be the musical genius behind KISS, Ace “Space Ace” Frehley was an original member of the band when it formed in 1973, and was a mainstay of the group until his departure in 1982 to pursue a solo career.

Having written and recorded some of KISS’s most identifiable tunes such as Cold Gin, Shock Me, Parasite, Rocket Ride and New York Groove , Ace was more known for his blistering guitar licks, and his patented smoking guitar that added to the band’s over the top stage antics.

After leaving KISS, Ace formed the band Frehley’s Comet with Anton Fig, John Regan and Tod Howarth, and performed together beginning in 1986 and continuing through 1990. Ace remained popular with fans and critics alike, and continued to be respected in music’s inner circle as the musical force that drove the KISS machine. To this day, those in the music industry acknowledge that KISS was never the same after Ace moved on.

Ace reunited with the original members of KISS in 1996, and toured throughout the world until his departure in 2002. His last appearance with KISS was the closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ace continues to make music, and is currently putting the finishing touches on Anomaly which is scheduled for release in 2009. Those who have heard the new album likened it to the early days of Ace’s career, with the notable difference being that Ace brings to the table a storied legacy of songwriting, musical maturity, and youthful exuberance that when combined, form a mixture that longtime fans are sure to embrace.

$40 Age limit: All ages

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Jun23

Wilson w/ MF Ruckus

Bluebird Theater, 3317 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO

"Wilson is not a fucking "internet band". They’re five dudes in a van with beards and big dicks- working harder than your parents. But instead of giving their all as stockbrokers or auto-mechanics or assistant branch managers their job is to destroy your party. Forget debates about the music industry, about download analytics, mp3 singles, and the “charts”. Screw genres. All that has nothing to do with music. But when that Wilson van cruises into your town that shit is REAL. Real MUSIC. Real LIFE. Real LOUD. Real SWEATY. And real fucking FUN.

You know who is FUN? Matt Puhy defines fun. What’s more fun than a naught flirty blonde with washboard abs that knows how to handle his “stixxx”? That bangs it out harder every night than you did the first time you took E.

What about SWEATY? Yeah that’s right- Jason Spencer gets sweaty. That’s what happens when you treat a fret-board likes it’s a ninja war, and you relentlessly SHRED EVERYTHING IN YOUR PATH FOR AN HOUR. When the sweat drips all the way from his head down his well-muscled body down to his huge heavy balls- he’s just begun. Probably still warming up.

LOUD. Kyle Landry defies loud. His ice blue eyes are silent. He doesn’t small talk or “chit chat”. But when he could only get his amp to go to “11” he threw it in the fucking garbage. Then he built a new one out of raw iron, testosterone and grizzly bear semen. And all the unsaid things he hides behind those quiet blue eyes come out of that amp louder than Skrillex’s cries for help if his DJ hand got caught in a blender.

As for real MUSIC, James Lascu’s DNA coils into the shape of a bass clef. Don’t believe me? Ask a scientist, douche-bag or just get the wax out of your ears. Subwoofers tremble when he plugs in. Then he makes them sing like Maria Callas. #S&M Sadism and melody.

Real LIFE. Isn’t there a voice inside your head? That screams “BULLSHIT” all the time? That wants to tell the world how you feel? That voice is the CHAD NICEFIELD in you. The real life drilling its way to the surface. Telling the truths that you were afraid to. The moaning screams that you thought were all your own. Real words. Real thoughts. Real life. That’s all Chad knows. And he can see that all in you.

And that’s it. That’s Wilson. A band that has toured relentlessly since since 2010, through big cities and little podunks. A band that records its albums the ol’ fashioned way: with instruments. And analog gear. Fifth and sixth and twentieth takes. A band that brings that last Friday night on Earth mentality to the stage every night. Like P. Diddy once said “Can’t stop. Won’t stop.” And they’ll never quit on you. And that’s real talk. That’s #FUCKERY. And that’s WILSON."

$10 Age limit: All ages

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Jun20

Westword Music Showcase

Denver, CO

Coming Soon!

$30 Age limit: All ages

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A long, long overdue update.... 

Has it really been 5 months since I've posted anything on here? Geez....really droppin' the ball!

Well, an awful lot has happened in the last 5 months, let's break it down and then bring ya'll up to speed on what's coming round the bend....
  • 1st and foremost...EUROPE WAS FUCKING AMAZING!!!! Thanks so, so much to everyone who followed the MF Rummage sale, made donations, purchased merch, donated items for auction and flat out loaned us money to make this happen. This was the single greatest experience of our adult lives so far and it would not have been possible without your help and support. Every single show was incredible! We made a lot of new friends, new contacts and learned a lot about life on the road in a foreign land. Thanks to Steve Goldberg for filling in, to John Fate for corralling the cats and Jan Lipkens for Corralling John and driving us around. I think we ought to post a video where we all talk about some of the high points. We do certainly need to share some of these stories because they are hilarious. Stay tuned for that!
  • The homecoming show at The Gothic was excellent. We love the stage there and it was just plain awesome seeing all of our friends out there in the crowd. We take a great deal of pride in having such a close relationship with the folks who support our band. All the bands were rock solid too! Muscle Beach, Runaway Slave and Il Cattivo were bad as shit!
  • Our short lil trip out to Chicago was also a blast. Great to see all of our friends and play an old favorite The LiveWire Lounge. Mad props to our friends from the Chicago Turbojugend for making that happen. We rocked, we ate good food, we raged and then we limped onto a plane. Thanks to Rob from Love Hope Strength Foundation for getting us into Riot Fest too, that was awesome! Love Hope Strength travels around the country registering and testing people as potential bone marrow donors. They do fantastic work saving lives and you should support their cause by visiting their website http://lovehopestrength.org/.
  • In October, we had the immense pleasure of performing with Nick Oliveri's Mondo Generator and Peter Pan SpeedRock. I'm just going to say flat out that you really missed out if you missed this show. Holy hell! Mondo Generator did a bunch of their great songs plus a bunch of Kyuss/QOTSA favorites, PPSR blew us away and we opened the show by jumping out of a giant cardboard cake we made for Nick O's Birthday (Tony's sister is somehow the only person who took video. You can see it HERE.) All in all...a memorable night!
  • Parker and I had an interesting Halloween: After doing an early gig w/ White Fudge (Btw...The new WHITE FUDGE album is TITS!), we went over to 3 Kings and performed as an all-male tribute to The Donnas along with our buddies Mike and Yaiko from Six Shooter. We called ourselves THE DONS. It was simultaneously the silliest thing we've ever done as well as the most well received by a female audience.
So...what's next?
  • Ty and his rad super mega-babe wife Jessi will be having their first child, Carter, any day now. We're all pretty stoked about that! We're gonna be Uncles for the 3rd time since Jerry and Berad had their kids. Pretty exciting stuff!
  • We have begun pre-planning and demoing for our next album "The Front Lines of Good Times". I don't want to give away too much, but it's going to be a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi concept album complete with a graphic novel by our good buddy Josh Finley who designed most of our posters as well as the cover for "Thieves of Thunder"
  • We're currently in the process of putting together a one-time live event "The History of the Fresh Fudge Family". It's a musical journey through 18 years of music from MF Ruckus, White Fudge and Forth Yeer (Freshman). We'll be performing this show June 8th at the 3 Kings Tavern 10th Anniversary party. More info to come!
  • We're in the process of scheduling another tour to Europe, several shows in the US including some shows around our home state of Colorado, so stay tuned for those announcements as well.
  • We will also be rescheduling shooting for the "Hall of Champions" video which was postponed last month due to a lack of organization on our part. 
  • Damn....when you write all this stuff out, it looks like we're up to a lot! High five!
Oh yeah! And all merch in the online store is 20% off for the next 2 weeks! So get you some! http://www.mfruckus.bigcartel.com

That's all for now! Peace, Love and Rock n Roll!!!!

- Aaron M Howell


#PartyThePlanet #TheFrontLinesOfGoodTimes

MF Rummage Sale Episode 1 

How'd you like to...
  • Support independent music?
  • See that Denver, Colorado and US Rock Music is represented in a European music festival?
  • Help a groovy group of dudes show some German people a good 'ol time?
We've had our mixed results with crowdfunding. We're trying a new approach. We're having a garage sale...NAY! AN MF RUMMAGE SALE!!!

Watch this video to find out more!

Bruce Banner Bowl, Thieves of Thunder coming to CD and an unexpected little side project.... 

Howdy there Ruckusteers (sorry. I promise never to use that term again. Hope it doesn't catch on.)

It's been a little while since I've dropped an update. Ty and Jessi's wedding had us all a little preoccupied. For those of you who missed it, it was an incredible experience for everyone involved. So many friends and family from out of town, so much fun, so many zany times. There's something that happens when two people get married and their loved ones are 100% behind them. It's difficult to express in this blog entry, but trust me, it was beautiful. Everything from the bachelor party to the impromptu show at Hi-Dive days later was an absolute blast. I personally would like to take a moment to take all of our friends who came out from Chicago, Houston, Reno, California, Oklahoma City and elsewhere; The AMAZING staff at The Oriental Theater; and all the other folks who showed their support for Ty and Jessi.

So what's coming down the pipe?

First, as I'm sure you're well aware, we have been asked to perform as main support for one of our favorite bands in the world, Murphy's Law. Oh the stories we could tell...and will tell! Soon, I'll be making an appearance on Metalix to talk to B-Lo about some of the best party moments I can't actually remember from Murphy's Law shows in the past. The show is April 18th 2015 at the Oriental Theater. The event is being called the Bruce Banner Bowl, so named after the strain of weed engineered by Dark Horse Genetics. Cannabis Cup Weekend. Weed. Duuuuuuude.

To get ourselves warmed up for this gig, we'll be making appearances in some of our favorite spots: Oklahoma City, OK; Denton, TX; Amarillo, TX; Albuquerque, NM and Fort Collins, CO. Details will be listed here on the website.

We will be releasing Thieves of Thunder on CD for that run of shows as well! So all you non-tech-savvy folks who've been breaking our balls can just slow your roll! We will be putting a different merch item on sale every day starting in March to raise money for the printing, so help us out and get yourself some cheap merch!

We've also been working on a monthly residency at a yet-to-be-announced venue. We'll be performing Soul/R&B/Motown/Etc.. We're thinking of calling ourselves "McFly and the DeLoreans". So that's been neat. 

Anyway, that's all for now...

Further bulletins as events warrant...

Love,

Aaron Howell

Returning to the Northwest! 

We needed a weekend away.

Figured the best place for a little out of town trip would be one of our favorite places in the country, the Pacific Northwest!

We can't wait to come out and play some of the stuff from the new record for ya! 

See y'all at the shows!

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