80’s-inspired alt pop
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Adrienne O is an 80’s-inspired Denver alt-pop band with echoes of The Killers crossed with Duran Duran, with a vocalist often likened to both Blondie and Natalie Merchant. Vocalist Adrienne Osborn, once a record-breaking national champion waterskier and software developer, is on her third career as a vocal coach and musician.
In the winter of 2015-16, after three years together, the band regrouped and expanded while working on its third EP. Originally a trio with Adrienne on bass, the band is now a six-piece band with a greater emphasis on the synth sounds that have always inspired Adrienne. The band has also invested in new technology and now incorporates a synchronized light show.
Adrienne O returned to the scene in 2016 with a music video in March produced by Snowman Films (303 Magazine, University of Colorado), an EP release party in April, a Coors Field Rooftop date to open a Rockies game, and multiple Hard Rock Cafe dates.
Adrienne O and their music have been featured on KTCL 93.3 Locals Only, 107x Project Local, KCOL 94.9FM, The Colorado Sound, Channel 8 TV’s Denver Loft Sessions, Literati Records podcasts, Callywood Radio, multiple KGNU Innervision Top 30 Countdowns, and the 2013 BolderBOULDER Bootlegs CD. A remix of a track from their first EP, “Someone Like Me” was placed in 2016 feature-length film A Remarkable Life.
Highlights include shows at Coors Field, the Gothic Theatre, the Bluebird Theatre, the Fox Theatre, the Hard Rock Cafe, the Soiled Dove, City Hall Amphitheatre, Nissi’s, the Hi-Dive, and the Walnut Room; and festivals such as South Park and the UMS.
Vocals: Adrienne Osborn
Guitar and Production: Justin Leighton Long (No Address, Atlantic Records)
Bass: Tyler Morse (The Strawberry Runners, The Color Canvas)
Synth/Keys: Bryan Stacks (Omniism, My Own Summer)
Bg Vocals: Jacob Warner (Princess)
Drums: Jonathan Grimsley