Talented rockers, Yamn will be playing a show during Oktoberfest in beautiful Breckenridge, CO on Saturday, September 18th 2010 at Three20South. Best of all…you can score tickets for the insanely low price of just $5 at the door night of the show! And you thought all you could get was a foot long sub for that kinda scratch…you fool! Bring your loved ones on up to the mountains for a celebration of Oktoberfest and a spectacular night of great music from YAMN.
Here’s some footage I shot of the fellas jammin’ up the Poudre River @ The Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO earlier this summer. Enjoy the tasty jams my friends…
If you don’t know the band…feel free to read on for some background info and tasty info nuggets below:
Yamn is a four-piece, high-energy, smooth sonic explosion. They play what the band calls progressive-trance-fusion. In 2007 Yamn’s members joined together in Breckenridge, Colorado. Soon after the guys hit the road to do what they are most passionate about, play live shows and create an atmosphere for concert-goers exuding freedom and creativity. Ever since, their sound, stage production, and fan base continues to build.
The band is comprised of: Brian Hamilton (guitar, vocals), Adam Ebensberger (drums, vocals), David Duart (bass, vocals), and Ryan Ebarb (keys, guitar, vocals). Since moving to Denver, CO in 2008 Yamn has seen a large increase in fanbase. The boys credit their recent growth and success to their unwavering and healthy sense of humor. Having the ability to laugh at themselves and place their egos aside has helped the members of Yamn to both evolve as musicians and as close friends. Evident in the recent battle of the band’s success, Yamn has headlined the Fox Theatre (Boulder, CO), Aggie Theatre (Fort Collins, CO), and Bluebird Theater (Denver, CO) to packed houses this year and has landed on many bills throughout Colorado supporting some of the nation’s largest acts.
Powerful and seductive is how Yamn’s sound is being described. The boys are focused and ready to continue on the journey upward. Knowing that there is much to learn in life and music, they have a drive to succeed. As they walk into the future Yamn plans to be anything but on the road, in the practice space and the studio. While not on the road one will find the band at home playing for the music-hungry Colorado residents by heating up dance floors and shining their expansive light show throughout the Colorado Front Range and Rocky Mountains.