Lost City Live - Bison Bone / Grace Clark

Sep 26, 2020


Lost City is excited to present Lost City Live: An Independent Music Recovery Showcase. On Saturday, September 26, attendees will enjoy music from Bison Bone with an opening set from Grace Clark. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to local artists.

The concert will take place on Lost City’s outdoor patio at its RiNo location (3459 Ringsby Ct.) and will follow all state social distancing guidelines. Event capacity will be capped at 44 guests per show and tables and seating areas will be placed to allow for appropriate distancing between groups. Lost City will also take additional cleaning and sanitizing measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone.

Ticketing options take social distancing into consideration by encouraging small friend circles, couples and family members to attend together. Tables will be spaced a minimum of six feet apart and ticket options/pricing are as follows:

VIP Tables (2 available per show) - $200 per table for the best seats in the house; includes seating for up to 6 guests and a bottle of wine
2-4 Person Seating (5 available per show) - $100 per table/bench
2 Person Seating (4 available per show) - $50 per table/bench
Single Seats (6 available per show) - $25 each (includes seating on a bench, chair or stool; does not guarantee space at a table)
The patio will open one hour prior for an attendee-only happy hour. Lost City will provide food and drink options to enjoy during the shows including cocktails, wine, beer, and charcuterie boards. Food and drinks will be served from a walk-up window to minimize contact throughout the venue.

Parking is free - please park in the overflow lot on the southwest side of the Taxi complex and avoid parking in any spots marked for residents.

Bison Bone is an Americana Rock and Roll band from Denver, CO.

“Bison Bone’s is exactly what Americana rock should sound like. It has plenty of soul and with the deep hearty vocals it feels like the singer truly knows the pain of what the song describes.” - 303 Magazine

As far back as she can remember, Grace Clark has loved to sing. Her very first performances were given in her family’s kitchen, accompanied by various pots, pans, and baking utensils. At the age of 16, Grace moved away from home to attend the prestigious arts boarding school, Interlochen Arts Academy where she studied vocal performance under Jeffrey Norris. While at Interlochen, Grace was exposed to musicians, painters, writers and filmmakers. It was these brilliant artists that fueled her passion for the arts and fostered her appreciation for collaboration. Grace then continued on to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree of music through the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver, where she studied opera under Cathy Kasch. During her time in college, Grace participated in the operas and musicals as well as groups such as The Ghanaian Drumming Ensemble an Indian Kathak Dance Ensemble. Her desire to learn more about different styles of music paved the way for her discovery of the bluegrass and acoustic music scene in Colorado. Grace describes attending her first bluegrass show as “absolute magic.” While Grace had always loved performing classical music, she remembers rushing back to her apartment after that first show, opening up her journal, and writing “this music feels like home.”

Today, Grace performs regularly throughout Colorado. Her deeply expressive vocals and commanding stage presence have the ability to not only captivate her audience, but to transport them. She notes, “I have my classical training and technique to thank for where I am today. No matter what genre of music we go into, if we know how to properly use the voice, we can succeed.” While Grace is a self-proclaimed beginning songwriter, her melodies are hauntingly beautiful and her lyrics have the unique power of leaving her listeners feeling like they were a part of the song itself. Some of her musical songwriter heros include Gillian Welch, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Bob Dylan.

You can find Grace performing with her band The Grace Clark Band, as well as in collaboration with Meadow Mountain (45th Rockygrass Band Competition Winners). Grace has performed in a number of venues and festivals including the Fox Theatre, Belly Up Aspen, The Bluebird, Warren Station, Ophelia's Electric Soapbox, The Oriental Theater, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Rockygrass, Cidergrass, Clear Creek RapidGrass Bluegrass Festival and Arise Music Festival.