Dynamic Variation:

DOTSERO at the Georgetown Heritage Center

Oct 9, 2021


To music fans worldwide DOTSERO translates to "A no nonsense thrill ride of energy and excitement" a band full of life, energy and spontaneity that few artists in the genre have been able to match. As much fun to watch as they are to listen to. Colorado's own DOTSERO band. Taking their name from a small mountain town in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, DOTSERO means “Something Unique”.
Formed in 1984 the Dotsero Band, brothers Stephen and David Watts set sail on the contemporary jazz circuit with a vengeance. Performing all the major jazz festivals From Ala Carte Ala Park in San Francisco to West Palm Beach’s Sunfest, Red Rocks , JVC Winter Park Jazz Fest, Jazz Trax Catalina Island Jazz Fest and The Cancun Jazz Festival, among many others. Over the years Dotsero founding member David retired from the scene leaving the band solely in the hands of front man, sax man Steve Watts. Maintaining the integrity and standard people have come to expect from the shows, Steve opened up the genre full throttle adding the excitement of vocals, dual keyboards to the already funky sounds on the bass, drums and of course sax & ewi. You can expect to hear original music from their 16 CD releases as well some covers of their favorite artists. Dotsero is an unstoppable band of true musicianship.

The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program presents
DOTSERO at the Georgetown Heritage Center
Saturday October 9th, 2021
6:00PM Doors | 7:00PM Show
$35 tickets | $15 virtual

COVID-19 Disclaimer:
Due to the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), The Georgetown Heritage Center is taking extra precautions to ensure we follow the recommendations of the state and county to keep one another safe. At this time, we can only allow fully vaccinated patrons to attend events inside the Georgetown Heritage Center and will require physical or digital proof of vaccination upon entry. We continue to recommend wearing a mask in indoor settings such as live concerts.

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