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Chemistry Club shakes and stirs at the Hard Rock Cafe

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DENVER—Chemistry Club mixed ten parts original tunes with two parts cover songs at the Hard Rock Cafe, on June 13. They were the direct support, The Stubby Shillelaghs were the opening act and The Doubleclicks was the headliner.

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Dylan Comacho is the guitarist, Jeff Wiencrot is the vocalist, Jake Euler is the drummer and Micah Daby is the bassist of Chemistry Club.

Before Chemistry Club began their recital with their first “(Untitled)” song, Mostly Harmless’ Damian Burford mentioned artists would be auctioning off their works and all of the proceeds would go to Comic Book Classroom. As Burford exited the stage, Euler began their first song by striking his cymbal. Daby faced his monitor and briefly adjusted the volumes. As Comacho joined in, Wiencrot introduced the band to the audience during the instrumental and soon followed with lyrics.

Prior to “Clean Up Crew”, Wiencrot declared Chemistry Club’s next record would be a science fiction prospect album. He went onto say it had taken them a long time to finish it. Then, he said the song had a video game feel to it. He stated they would be having a party in Aug. at The 1Up on Colfax and invited everyone to come and celebrate with them. Afterwards, he encouraged everyone to meet them at the merchandise booth and he would provide details.

Wiencrot gave a special thanks to the radio station, 93.3 KTCL, for being a big local music supporter. He said the radio station had provided air time for Chemistry Club’s song, “Miranda”. He stated they were selected as being one of 18 bands to perform on a major showcase. Shortly after, he encouraged the crowd to vote for them and help get them where they needed to be.

Comacho, Euler and Daby provided an upbeat instrumental version of ‘N sync’s “Bye Bye Bye”. As they did so, Wiencrot matched his lyrics with the tempo and Chemistry Club was welcomed with cheers. The crowd sang along word-for-word, as soon as they caught onto the lyrics. During the first chorus, Wiencrot paused for the song title and he had the crowd sing it for him. After the song came to an end, the crowd cheered and they ended their concert with “As You Are”

“(Untitled)”, “Bend To Colors”, “Navigator”, The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby”, “Siren” and “Everything’s More Simple Then It Seems” were also part of Chemistry Club’s set.

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