January 26, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Suggested $5 donation

Join us on the gallery floor for a monthly evening of live music and interactive art. Experience the current exhibition at Gallery@OMH along with a mini-concert performed among the installations themselves. Broken Compass Brewery will host a cash bar throughout the night.

Participants must be 21 or older to attend.

Beloved by fans and critics in its hometown, Denver-based Wildermiss closed out 2017 as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Mile High City. The promising quartet built up a strong, impassioned grassroots following that helped propel it to a pair of back-to-back wins in KTCL’s benchmark promotions, the annual Big Gig this past summer and Hometown for the Holidays- not to mention multiple sold-out headlining shows of their own. The outfit quickly won fans over with a smart brand of guitar-driven pop, which has plenty in common with acts like Local Natives, Echosmith, and Florence and the Machine. Cleary, the act found its way.  More info on Wildermiss

The Still Tide is the turbulent and tender songwriting of Anna Morsett, the stormy voiced front woman of this Denver based indie-rock trio. When Anna isn’t touring as a bassist with her other musical projects (Ark Life, These United States) or traveling the world as a guitar tech (Kaki King, Becca Stevens Band) she can be found coaxing songs out of her guitar and stitching words into their spacious and sweeping melodies. Often using alternate and open tunings as well as several different capos, her playing style is uniquely layered and intricate. Both chordal rock and lyrical finger-picking find their place within this textured sound. More info on The Still Tide