Handcrafted, Denver-Based Traditional American Music                                                                    

We play a tasty blend of Americana and bluegrass music for festivals, clubs, and private events (with a bit of Cajun flavor thrown in just for fun.) Our sweet soaring harmonies are all distilled to their high energy, foot-stomping best. Nothing makes us happier than to get you involved, tapping your feet, singing a tune with us, and leaving you wanting more. We are on time, every time, and will happily work to keep you within budget. We see our role as entertainers who will keep your patrons with you for an enjoyable afternoon or evening.

We take pride in donating a portion of our performance income to our favorite not-for-profit organizations. It's nice to give back, yes?

What Others are Saying...

"MicroGrass brings a rare charm and quality to concerts in my experience. It is always a delight to get to work with prompt, professional, polite musicians who are as attentive to their business as they are to their art. I believe them to be the quintessential Colorado summer band: always fun, deeply talented, and invested in the health of their community." 

Hanna Ackerman

Owner, Syncopated Production Group

Former Associate Concert Director for Swallow Hill Music

"Thank you an amazing year of music. I so appreciate your professionalism, flexibility, and joyous spirit. Great to have you onstage at our events this past year."

Play On,

Luann Morris/Event Director

Team Player Productions

The Band

Paul Marino, Bass, Harmonica, Vocals

Catherine Teutsch, Melodeon, Accordion, Keys, Vocals

Gordon Gano, Banjo, Fiddle, Vocals

Tom Connole, Guitar, Vocals

Eric Peterson, Mandolin, Vocals

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A Warm Summer Afternoon in Denver

Live Music!

The best way to get to know us is to hear us live. No studio gimmicks, no second takes. "Gone At Last" is always a showstopper. "Born to Be With You" is an upbeat vocal song with a subtle Cajun feel. Gordon had a little fun with "Angel from Montgomery," the John Prine classic. We're still trying to figure out how Gordon remembered all the words to "I've Been Everywhere." "Lincoln Town" and "White Freightliner" are nods to traditional bluegrass music, up-tempo with driving vocals.


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