Raconteur Denver is a live storytelling event that combines the joy of exploring new locations, meeting new people, and hearing stories from Denver's diverse communities.
39 - Stephen Brackett - Tales from the Tour
As a member of Denver band Flobots, Stephen had been on many tours but only one has touched his soul. He shared that story with us.
38 - Tales from the Tour
Audience members step up to the stage to share their tales from the tour! Jacob toured with a death metal band and learned a lot about what NOT to do on tour. Adam was signed up by his friends and bravely stepped up to share a story about a time on tour as a National Park manager.
37 - Michael Catlin - Tales from the Tour
Michael Catlin was on location for a movie - what he thought of as his breakout role! The movie was nearing completion when he and a fellow actor decided they wanted to trade money in the black market money exchange, and that's when things really got interesting.
36 - Kevin Larkin - Tales from the Tour
Kevin Larkin shares a tale from a tour that almost went wrong when his band van got a flat in the middle of nowhere, miles from their gig. Throw in a few fun road games, a little musical interlude and an unexpected twist, and you could almost imagine you were part of the band yourself.
35 - Spectacular Failures - Impromptu Raconteurs
Audience members step up to the stage to share their stories of SPECTACULAR FAILURES. Matt faced his very mortality when he didn't make it home in time to prevent disaster. Brendan failed miserably and all he got was a s****y t-shirt. Gardenia followed her dreams to New York, and ended up homeless.
34 - Jess Robblee - Spectacular Failures
Jess Robblee wants to do a good deed, and were the topic anything other than "spectacular failures" we're sure it would have gone off without a hitch...
One of the coolest new events in Denver, now as a podcast!
Raconteur is a super cool concept for live storytelling. As a live event it's already a superb experience, but to offer it as a curated and tightly edited podcast is a whole other joy! Definitely added to my list of commuting podcasts.