Strings and The Box performing at Global Hall on 08/24/18. Photo by: Matthew McGuire
Strings and The Box performing at Global Hall on 08/24/18. Photo by: Matthew McGuire

Heat-Seeking Partygoers Raise a Glass to the Thriving Live Music Scene in Denver

On Friday, August 24 guests packed into Global Hall off 45th street in downtown Denver for a collection of live music on stage featuring Strings and The Box headlining the event.

The Notecrackers, and Kenny Lee with The Young Souls opened the show.


Global Hall can hold up to 250-270 guests at a time. It has a fun backyard area that creates an Austin city atmosphere. During the day the venue serves up Texas style BBQ.

When I arrived Kenny Lee and the Young Souls were performing on stage. As an opening band, they were very impressive. The Young Souls performed a mixed of originals and covers to get the crowd amped and ready.

One of my co-workers invited me to check out Strings and The Box. When my friends asked me before the show about what type of music it was, I said ‘string music.’ After seeing the show, I would describe their sound as outlaw bluegrass.

Strings and The Box busted out a unique form of Americana music that had members of the audience in high spirits.

Preview an early installment of Strings and The Box on YouTube. Find out more on the band via their Facebook page.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.