High-energy rock duo Black Pistol Fire heading to Denver's Gothic Theatre in 2019

Austin, Texas-based rock duo Black Pistol Fire--consisting of drummer Eric Owen and guitarist Kevin McKeown--have announced a show at Denver’s Gothic Theatre for early 2019. The group heads to the Gothic on Jan. 11. You can find ticket info for Black Pistol Fire at the Gothic by following this link.

Black Pistol Fire’s latest LP, Deadbeat Graffiti, arrived in 2017. It follows the group's previous records Don’t Wake the Riot (2016), Black Pistol Fire (2015), Hush or Howl (2014) and Big Beat 59’ (2012). Black Pistol Fire’s music has been described as “high-octane rock” with the duo drawing inspiration from blues and rock legends like Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Led Zeppelin and Nirvana. 

Black Pistol Fire’s high-energy performances have been enthralling crowds for years at major festivals like Bonnaroo, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, Shaky Knees and Sasquatch Music Festival. The duo performed at the 2018 Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati over the summer. You can watch their full set in the video above.

Don’t miss your chance to catch Black Pistol Fire when they come to Denver’s Gothic Theatre on Jan. 11, 2019.