Since their formation in 2015, the members of Silver And Smoke have been blazing a trail in a genre they’ve coined as “Western Rock.” The Colorado-grown quartet draw from a variety of influences, including: blues, classic rock, soul, folk, country, punk, bluegrass, jazz, and classical - making their music one fiery combination.
In just two years, members Ty Bray (vocals/guitar), Dino Ianni (lead guitar/saxophone), Tanner Boyle (drums), and Rick Brown (bass) have released two EPs (Workhorse - 2015, Marking Time - 2016, 30P - 2018), produced two music videos, have toured twice, and have been featured on various radio stations across North America. Earlier this year, Silver And Smoke was name one of 303Magazine's Local Bands To Watch. (Read the article here).
“There’s no other way to put it: Silver And Smoke has been killing it lately… With an ever-growing fan base, I’d advise anyone to hop on the Silver And Smoke train soon.”
In the band’s own words:
"This band is basically the only thing we think about. Between booking shows, planning tours, rehearsing, recording promoting, managing, and finding time between all those things to write songs, Silver And Smoke is pretty much our whole life. It's so worth it though, we just love playing and being a part of the Denver music scene."
Silver and Smoke is (left to right in the photo above :
Tanner Boyle (drums), Rick Brown (bass), Ty Bray (vocals, guitar, keys), Dino Ianni (guitar, saxophone)