Feb 01 - 28 2019
SCP Hotel February Soul Sessions presented by SCP Hotel at SCP Hotel, Colorado Springs CO

SCP Hotel February Soul Sessions

Presented by SCP Hotel at SCP Hotel

February 1- Broken Revival:

Americana duo based of out Colorado Springs, Co. Performing a combination of old time and contemporary roots music with rock n' roll energy.

February 2- Chantil Dukart:

Chantil Dukart Trio will bring their neo soul jazz style to the Commons at SCP Hotel. Their fans love the the subtle nuances of their music.

They play a mix of funk, jazz, motown and R&B to create a unique and unforgettable performance. Chantil's influences range from Amy Winehouse to Thelonius Monk. They are a don't miss performance!

February 7- Andy Clifton:

He was nominated "Singer / Songwriter - Artist of 2013, 2014, and 2015" by the Colorado Springs Independent. He was named "Individual Performer of 2004" by the Pikes Peak Art's Council.

A life-long student of the acoustic guitar and vocals, Andy plays the Front Range Area of Colorado on a weekly basis.

Performing solo, singing his original music in every venue available and booking and managing a band of 2-5 players, Andy has gained a reputation as one of Colorado's hardest-working live musicians.

February 8- Brandon Henderson:

Brandon Henderson, a singer/songwriter based in Denver, has been writing and performing along the Front Range for 12 years.

All the while developing his craft and leaving lasting impressions on the hearts and minds of his listeners.

Brandon began to establish himself on the college circuit back in 2003, playing campuses around the country, and has since enjoyed a cult following of fans who, over the years, have invited him into their lives and stories.

February 9- Joe Johnson:

Joe Johnson has the most common of names but demonstrates the most uncommon talent. He combines an unforgettable voice with an uncanny capacity for writing beautiful and moving songs.

His southern Mississippi drawl and keen intellect deliver authentic stories and music full of soul and spirit.

February 14- Mearlan:

Around the age of fifteen Mearlan picked up a guitar & started banging out his own songs, singing them against the wall of his bedroom as if life depended on it. Maybe it did.

A friend encouraged him to lead songs at church where he would strum unplugged on the stage until he could blend a bit. Music became a vital part of Mearlan's after college.

He led church music, conferences, camps, and once even led songs from the front of a train climbing Pikes Peak. Mearlan kept writing his own songs & formed an occasional band with friends.

These days Mearlan teaches music during the day at a chater school and plays shows at night wherever he can land a gig.

February 15- Harriett Landrum:

Harriet has been playing music for the last 28 years, taught for the past 12, and currently performs onstage with violin and live-looping software as My Name Is Harriett.

The Phoenix-born singer songstress, who moved to Colorado Springs at the age of 6, says music gives her the opportunity to weave together her fascination with language and the experience of heartbreak, resulting in "songs that have made young men tear up, helped ladies move on, and given voice to issues that I myself needed to purge."

She has also performed and recorded with local artist Xanthe Alexis in the duo Hopeful Heroines.

February 16- Bubeck Brothers:

A brotherly duo of extreme talent and original indie/folk, the Bubeck Brothers are sure to entertain you.

Featuring Ben Bubeck on cello and Aaron Bubeck on guitar, their Colorado mountain vibe will resonate within your soul.

February 21- Brandon Henderson:

Brandon Henderson, a singer/songwriter based in Denver, has been writing and performing along the Front Range for 12 years.

All the while developing his craft and leaving lasting impressions on the hearts and minds of his listeners.

Brandon began to establish himself on the college circuit back in 2003, playing campuses around the country, and has since enjoyed a cult following of fans who, over the years, have invited him into their lives and stories.

February 22- Grant Sabin: 

Grant is unquestionably one of the hardest working musicians around, playing with abandon at large and small venues throughout Colorado and beyond.

As a solo artist Grant has captivated audiences for years with his raw voice, intense stage presence, and one-man band approach to creating music with slide guitar, harmonica, and stomp box.

As a band leader, Grant turns the volume up to 11. Grant Sabin's Musical delivery comes from the heart and has earned him the respect of fans and fellow musicians alike.

February 23- Broken Revival:

Americana duo based of out Colorado Springs, Co. Performing a combination of old time and contemporary roots music with rock n' roll energy.

February 28- Ryan Flores:

A spirited lad full of passion and an irrepressible independence, Ryan Flores became what is known today as a “problem child” whose “ADD” required “special needs.”

After a disreputable pedagogic career Ryan finally found something to temper his listless ennui: a tattered nylon string guitar.

After a summer of taking out his aggression on the defenseless instrument he began torturing his college roommate with maudlin love songs set perfectly against the backdrop of his inscrutable teenage angst and lack of experience.

Myriad instruments, songs, colleges, roommates and experiences later, Ryan discovered that music was his primary form of sustenance— the only thing that kept meat on his bones, as it were.

It took some time (and hundreds of hours in wasted college credits) but Mr. Flores finally realized that he could not attain any measure of success or fulfillment unless he devoted his life to torturing a broader audience with said music. And thus, here began the creative calling of this rambunctious individual.

Admission Info

Free

Phone: (719) 430-5400

Email: info@scphotel.com

Dates & Times

2019/02/01 - 2019/02/28

Location Info

SCP Hotel

2850 South Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Parking Info

Free Parking anywhere

Accessibility Info