- Photo by Rebecca Caridad
- Jan 16
Days Time Wed, Jan 16 12pm – 1pm General Admission $35.50 adv
Influenced by the rural blue-collar lyricism of artists like Bruce Springsteen, Kelly Joe Phelps, and Leonard Cohen, it wasn't long before Colorado-based singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov's own blend of dusty folk and moody Americana began turning heads. Emerging in 2003 with debut album Rust Colored Stones -- he releases all of his records via his own independent label, Suitcase Town Music -- Isakov went on to find success with his third studio effort, 2007's That Sea, the Gambler, which included the singles "The Stable Song" and "Raising Cain." His atmospheric blend of folk and rural chamber pop eventually found its way to television, with songs appearing in episodes of Girls, Rectify, and Californication, among others. A flair for the cinematic led Isakov to release an album with the Colorado Symphony in 2016, whom he also toured with.