Boulder musicians band together to help community after flooding


The show, happening at the Lazy Dog 1346 Pearl St., Boulder at 8 p.m., will feature Colorado bands Monocle Stache, …And The Black Feathers, Hellburner Cult and Ryan Dart & Grandpa’s Gun. Attend and make a donation to Living GREEN Network and to get a free copy of Cuvée 8.

The Mudslingers and are the organizational structure created for a group of local volunteers who wanted to help out after the flood, says Matthew Wilburn King, chairman and president of Living GREEN Network, which provided organizational and legal guidance for the two organizations.“ and The Mudslingers is really a name that just arose as the result of hundreds of people coming together,” King says.

“We created a donor-advised fund for all the kids and 20- and 30-somethings that really got organized. We provided the structure for them to do it legally and responsibly.”Doing so involved funding a donor-guided fund of $25,000, a goal King says has already been reached. He says he will continue to raise money for the organizations through a pair of fundraising concerts on Friday, Sept. 27, the Adventure Records show and a show at Stoney’s Bar & Grill in Denver.

Denver creatives are pitching in for flood relief too. On Friday, Sept. 27, Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore, Harry Tuft and others will play Swallow Hill’s Daniels Hall 71 E. Yale Ave., Denver at 8 p.m. Sam Tallent, Jordan Dall of Fine Gentleman’s Club, Esme Patterson, Wheelchair Sports Camp and Ken Arkind will play the hi-dive 7 S. Broadway, Denver at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29.

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