Hillstomp’s John Johnson gets ready to deliver a beatdown during his duo’s set at the Meadowlark on Saturday. Photos by Jason Claypool.
The modest and mostly-subterranean Meadowlark in Denver’s warehouse district has been quietly going about the business of awesomeness for a few years now, hosting some of the city’s best acoustic, folk and low-key acts while recently opening up an outdoor stage on their wide back patio. While the colder temperatures have meant the patio stage is closed for the season, the indoor schedule is still red-hot.
That was the case on Saturday when Portland’s Hillstomp and McDougall stopped by for a set with Denver’s own Nick Sullivan (American Relay), Reverend Deadeye. Check out Reverb contributor Jason Claypool’s short photo essay of the intimate evening below.
Jason Claypool is a Denver-based freelance photographer and regular Reverb contributor.