Trashcan Jackson
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Trashcan Jackson

Denver, Colorado, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Denver, Colorado, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Band Rock Funk

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Jan
24
Trashcan Jackson @ Sancho's Broken Arrow

Denver, Colorado, United States

Denver, Colorado, United States

Jan
21
Trashcan Jackson @ Washington Park Grille

Denver, Colorado, United States

Denver, Colorado, United States

Dec
06
Trashcan Jackson @ Washington Park Grille

Denver, Colorado, United States

Denver, Colorado, United States

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"New Music Monday :: Trashcan Jackson 'I See You Walking And I Want Some'"

A new power-trio is on the rise in the form of Trashcan Jackson, a Denver based post-funk outfit that knows how to get down with the get down. Though new to the scene in its current form, the band is built from the marriage of avant-garde jazz cats Art Smart Anatomy (Brian Saulig, bass and Eric Frank, percussion) with Summit County’s mega-talent, Sam Bee (guitar, vocals).

Trashcan Jackson is one of those bands that’s best to see live given their quirky stage antics and proclivity for improvisation. Their studio work tends to focus more on the compositions themselves, although a slew of new material might challenge that notion in coming weeks.

You can catch Trashcan Jackson TONIGHT – Monday, Jan. 23 – at Sancho’s Broken Arrow in Denver, CO.

Enjoy “I See You Walking And I Want Some” by Trashcan Jackson, then come jam out LIVE at Sancho’s! - COjam: The Colorado Jam Scene


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Trashcan Jackson is a 3-piece, hard-hitting post-funk outfit that utilizes the strange into their performance. Sure, you can call it funk. You can call it rock, or soul, or fusion. And while it’s all of those things, it’s simultaneously none of those things. Trashcan Jackson prides itself on its high-energy performances which utilize both the familiar and the unknown to transfix a complete aural spectral unto its audience. In other words, improvisation acts as the catalyst to the band’s actuality. Guitarist and vocalist Sam Bee mesmerizes crowds with his uniquely powerful and soulful voice as the rhythm section – comprised of Brian Saulig (bass) and Eric Frank (percussion) of Denver's avant-garde jazz/fusion group, Art Smart Anatomy – challenge one’s musical expectation.