Fierce Bad Rabbit 2/26

Sunday, February 27th
8pm No Cover

When Fierce Bad Rabbit formed in 2009, regional media called them a ‘supergroup.’ The stand out talent of each member of the band was already well established in Northern Colorado. But supergroups are engineered by record labels. The members of Fierce Bad Rabbit were magnetically drawn together to create indie pop music with a hook and a heart.

Featuring Chris Anderson (vocals/guitar/piano), Alana Rolfe (viola/vocals), Dayton Hicks (bass), and Adam Pitner (drums/percussion), Fierce Bad Rabbit found regional success nearly immediately after coming together. Song writing came natural, and the band soon released a self-titled EP that had airplay before it hit the streets. They were voted ‘Best Indie Rock’ by peers in the Fort Collins Musicians Association, and Westword nominated the band for ‘Best Indie Pop.’ They performed at the 2010 South by Southwest in Austin, received featured airplay on stations throughout the region, and were selected for the inaugural class of SpokesBUZZ Fort Collins, a non-profit that raises awareness of Fort Collins as a music hub.

With the October 2010 release of their first studio LP, Spools of Thread, the band is poised to gain broad attention. The songs on the album are an emotionally powerful, infectious brand of indie pop. Songs like ‘Everything’s Alright’ and ‘All I Have Is You,’ are radio-ready sing-a-longs without the triteness and disposability too often found in pop music. Instead, Anderson pens songs with an honesty and depth that captures and connects listeners.

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