The Panic

The Panic

BandAlternativeRock

Biography

The Panic, an alternative/indie rock quartet from Denver, Colorado, has been writing and performing music together for five years. Since their debut at a friend's bat mitzvah party in the seventh grade, they've been playing shows regularly all over the Denver-Metro area, fusing a singer-songwriter sensibility with full band alt-rock. They've been steadily gaining attention in their hometown and have shared a stage with Denver's own Oscar-nominated DeVotchKa, The Autumn Film, Baji, For Love of Ivy, Angie Stevens and the Beautiful Wreck, and Megan Burtt and the Cure for Love, among many others. The Panic, which includes Olivia Rudeen (vocals and guitar), Adam Estacio (guitar and vocals), Gabe Gutierrez (bass), and Jenna Greenwood (drums and vocals) completed their latest recording at Raven Recording Studios in Englewood, CO this past summer and have returned to working on new material. "If I Could Act", a track from that session, was featured on an episode of the scipted PBS show "Good Grief" that aired February 2, 2009. Some venues The Panic has appeared at are: The Bluebird Theater, Hi-Dive, Moe's, The Mercury Cafe, LIFEspot, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Quixote's True Blue, Rock and Roll Grill, and The Climax.