LoUD (Library of Unity & Diversity): art & live performances series

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Join the Bob Ragland branch for a free community-centered music and performance series! All events in the series are ideal for all ages and family friendly! This series is supported by Denver Arts & Venues’ Denver Music Advancement Fund.

May's concert features musician Kenny Lee Young and Louisa Bisio! Drinks and food are available for free during the event!* While supplies last.

More about Kenny Lee Young

Kenny Lee Young has been an active performer in the Colorado music scene for 18 years. His soulful and rhythmic acoustic tunes have landed him a sponsorship with Teton Guitars and supporting national acts like Common, Brad Corrigan, Katy Z, Kenneth Stringfellow, and Rich Robinson. Outside of performing, Kenny has been concentrating on writing music for sync licensing opportunities with a team at Music Box Studio. Kenny keeps a close hold on creating thought provoking acoustic pieces, but has enjoyed venturing into other genres that challenge and encourage growth as a songwriter.

More about Louisa Bisio

Louisa is a Filipino-American Denver native with musical influences ranging from artists in Nu-metal to R&B to Indie-rock and Downtempo Triphop. She wrote her first song at eight and started making beats and playing guitar in middle school. She's currently a drummer for the Industrial Rock band Scifidelic and the lead singer of Heart Shaped Zombie. A longtime supporter of musicians, Louisa has ran various music programs and open mics since 2005, she sits on the board of Women In Music Denver, is a Grammy Pro Recording Academy Member, a Sync Agent and Music Supervisor (placing artists' music in film, TV, and ads), and runs an LLC helping songwriters understand music publishing and royalties.

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