Raul Malo in Concert (former lead singer of: The Mavericks) Fundraiser for Project Angel Heart
|September 18, 2011|
Sponsored by: 5280 Magazine
A Fundraiser for Project Angel Heart–auction items, concert and fun!
Music industry insiders and a growing legion of followers know singer Raul Malo’s warm, honeyed tenor voice as a formidable instrument, capable of astonishing range and passionate delivery. It’s beauty has the power to make his female fans go weak at the knees.
Raul Malo is quite simply, one of the greatest singers alive today. He has been compared to Roy Orbison and Sinatra and yet is still distinctly Raul Malo. His voice is passionate, warm and expressive like the songs he chooses to sing. His repertoire includes classic covers of songs by Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Etta James, Eddie Arnold, Roy Orbison and Bruce Springsteen, interlaced with originals and works by new songwriters that he loves. Malo’s intense, passionate vocals often possess an Otis Redding-like soul vibe.
Raul gorgeous voice is accompanied with guitar and accordion–a fabulous concert!
– What the critics say about Raul Malo –
“… one of the finest voices in popular music today.” –The (London) Telegraph
“…like [Roy Orbison], a voice that wins you over with its 100 percent emotive quality.” –BBC
“Few things drive women into hubba-hubba mode as quickly as news of a Raul Malo album.” –Austin Chronicle
“Malo has an exceptional voice, a burnished tenor that harks back to Roy Orbison …” –New York Times
“Raul Malo has a voice on par with the best: Sinatra, George Jones and Orbison.” –Rolling Stone
CHECK OUT THIS MUSIC VIDEO OF RAUL!
More about Raul:
Malo, born in Miami of Cuban parents, started playing bass guitar in high school. In the ’80s, Malo and a high-school friend, Robert Reynolds (bass), joined together to form their own country band, based on their mutual love for Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline. They named the band, The Mavericks. The Mavericks went on to become one of the outstanding country bands of the ’90s, a band that seamlessly and successfully blended Tex-Mex rhythms with country and rockabilly.
Under Malo’s leadership, The Mavericks released their debut self-titled album in the fall of 1990. The album managed to grab the attention of many big labels. Their album, “What a Crying Shame,” brought forth financial fortunes when it was released in 1994, with its title track reaching the Top 40; the album went platinum by spring 1995. Their, CD, “Music for All Occasions,” released in 1995, made gold. The Mavericks eventually won a Grammy and the Country Music Association twice bestowed them with Top Vocal Group honors.
TICKETS AND SHOWTIME
Sunday, September 18th
Doors at 6:30 Show at 7:30
We do not issue physical tickets. Once purchased, your name will be added to our reservations list, check in at our box office when you arrive.
NOTE: If you would like to be seated as a group/with friends, please include the first and last name of the agreed upon group name on the line provided: GROUP. Group seating is not guaranteed if requested within 3 hours of show-time. If a show is almost sold out, we cannot guarantee group seating. Purchase early if you can!
If you do not receive a confirmation email within 30 minutes of completing your purchase, call (303) 293-0075.
Most shows have assigned seating based on order of ticket purchase and party size, assigned front to back. The venue is intimate, no seats are far from the stage.
Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable/non-transferable to other shows/dates. (You can sell or give them to friends if you can’t make it.)
If you have special seating needs, (wheelchairs/elderly, etc) PLEASE let us know in advance.
We reserve the right to give up reserved seats after the show begins.
Doors typically open one hour prior to show-time (check website for info)
We serve appetizers, desserts, cocktails, wine, champagne and non-alcoholic beverages.
All tickets include sales tax.