Shelly Rollison is an alternative rock/folk artist based in Denver, CO. She picked up a guitar in junior high and hasn’t stopped playing since, but music was always in the background. It wasn’t until recently in her early thirties that she began to truly delve into singing and songwriting. Better late than never.
Shelly’s first solo acoustic EP, Mountains, released in 2016. She spent 2016 getting her feet wet performing in Denver, all the while writing new songs and falling in love with all the beautiful people making music and baring their souls through their art in Denver.
In 2016, she also released an EP of Christmas cover songs titled, Gather Round: It's Christmas Time. She has three upcoming singles set to release in 2017, with another EP slated to be recorded and released summer of 2017 with a full band.
Formed in late 2016, Stop Motion is a soul/fusion band out of Denver, CO that is always seeking new sounds. The eclectic tastes of songwriters Evan Lei and Faith Allen blur the lines between genres, combining the lyrical sincerity of folk music with the magnetic grooves of soul. Originally from Portland, OR, the duo met in the jazz scene in 2014. Evan then brought the duo’s repertoire to Denver, where he recruited bassist Andrew Evans, drummer Flip Longley, keyboardist Luke Maxson, and vocalist Jennifer Richards to form Stop Motion. Since then, they have performed at venues in and around the Denver area. Stop Motion is set to release their first self-titled EP this summer.
Fair Elle is a music project started by singer-songwriter Connie Hong.