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Blue Mesa

Mile High Rock

Along with the hopes to provide truth to their state's motto "Nothing Without Providence", Blue Mesa aims to captivate the hearts of their listeners with the intricate design that everything in this life happens for a reason. 

In an era of conformity, Blue Mesa has remained faithful to their passion, writing music only that comes from the heart, providing their fans with a genuinely unique sound that encompasses a variety of emotions and genres. With a powerhouse female vocalist, whose voice is both catchy and haunting, anthemic, yet melodic, dueling guitars, and a heavy hitting rhythm section, Blue Mesa has created a rare and organic genre of rock they are proud to call their own.

Circa 2014, in the Mile High city of Colorful Colorado, Blue Mesa was born. Immediately after forming, they began recording their first full length album “Providence”; jump-starting their vocation as musicians in the Denver music scene. In 2015 they ranked in Hard Rock Rising’s international battle of the bands, helping place Blue Mesa on the map, landing them multiple shows opening for national touring acts such as Saving Abel and Puddle of Mudd. Blue Mesa went on to release their Sophomore EP, “Origami” on June 24th of 2017 and have since released several singles. They have continued to grow in the Denver music scene, selling out a multitude of venues including The Marquis Theatre, Lost Lake and the Summit Moon Room. 

They are currently in the writing process for their third album.

Blue Mesa…[hasn’t] failed to make waves with their unapologetically visceral style which pairs female Pop Rock vocals with an anthemic guitar-led instrumental arrangement. The commercial potential which is surrounding this powerhouse of artists was palpable…They may be relatively fresh from their inception, but their ability to write stellar tracks has already matured past the point most artists could only hope to achieve.”

— A&R Factory

The first thing that grabbed me about the performance was their diversity in apparent influences, ranging from Led Zeppelin to Queens of the Stone Age...Well-balanced guitars, solid drum work, and seamlessly complimentary bass lines accompanied by clean, talented, pop-ish female vocals.”

— Colorado Punk Rock Army