Tonight, Friday, September 25, Boulder, CO-based group BIG GIGANTIC will take the stage at the first of two sold-out nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. It's been a long road for saxophonist/producer Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken to "ROWDYTOWN IV," the fourth installment of their massive hometown experience. Their journey is beautifully captured in Dream Big: A Big Gigantic Story<
Boulder Weekly and Z2 Entertainment are proud to present Everyone Orchestra with The Suffers at the Fox Theatre on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015. Tickets are on sale now for $20 advanced or $25 day of show.
THE EVERYONE ORCHESTRA IS CONDUCTED BY MATT BUTLER FEATURING JEREMY SALKEN (BIG GIGANTIC), CHUCK MORRIS (LOTUS), SAM BROUSE (PAPADOSIO), BRIDGET LAW (ELEPHANT REVIVAL), REED MATHIS (TEA LEAF GREEN), CRIS JACOBS (THE BRIDGE), JONATHAN MEADOWS (THE CONGRESS), JANS INGBER (THE MOTET), GABE MERVINE (THE MOTET) & MATT PITTS (THE MOTET)
As the 2015 festival season officially gets underway, acclaimed electronic music duo BIG GIGANTIC--saxophonist/producer Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken--has announced the details for their annual Colorado experience “ROWDYTOWN.” The fourth installment of the Boulder-based duo’s massive hometown show will yet again take over the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre for two days in 2015: Friday, September 25 and Saturday, September 26.
Following an incredible 2014, which boasts a heavy list of accomplishments including their debut at Coachella, performing at Madison Square Garden, two sold-out nights at Rowdytown III--their annual hometown show at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado--and the release of their fifth studio album The Night Is Young, BIG GIGANTIC is back with a brand new track like their name exudes. “Get On Up” finds BIG G’s Dominic Lalli (saxophonist/producer
It is really incogitable, but a delight for me to follow the growth of these two credible musicians appropriately called Big Gigantic. It seems like yesterday that I was eating at a restaurant in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia with Dominic Lalli, while he was in The Motet, and my good friend and their road manager at the time Ben Scrimalli.