Gasoline Lollipops are a band from Colorado who’s unique sound combines the sincerity of dirt-floor folk with the energy and rebelliousness of the punk era - - resulting in an all-new incarnation of alt-country that’s both high energy and heartfelt. The Gasoline Lollipops are the soundtrack of the American highway that give fuel and speed to your journey. They'll keep your eyes open and your foot stompin' holes through the floorboard!
The Gasoline Lollipops have been honored to open for some phenomenal bands including Lucero; Robert Earl Keen; and Dale Watson. They’ve also shared the stage with musicians from String Cheese Incident, Brandie Carlile, and Yonder Mountain just to name a few.
2014 has brought multiple awards and accolades to the Gasoline Lollipops for their music; including being selected to play six showcases in Austin during Music Week SXSW2014; being named "Best Musician/Group" in the Colorado Daily's "Colorado University and Boulder's Best 2014" list; and being selected as one of only six bands across Colorado for the highly coveted SpokesBUZZ 's Emerging Artists Incubator program.
The band has recently completed their EP entitled “Death” (which is the 2nd Installment of their “Lucky 7” Trilogy), and will tour during the remainder of 2014 in support of its release.
From the swampy nether reaches of the dirty south, to the pristine peaks of the Rocky Mountains, the GasPops are sure to be raging somewhere near you soon. Make sure to catch them live!
Here’s what others are sayin’ about the GasPops:
"One part rockabilly and one part alternative rock, the Gasoline Lollipops have carved out a space for themselves in the Boulder music scene with a sound and feel that is all their own." - Gasoline Lollipops named "Best Musician/Group" in the Colorado Daily's "Colorado University and Boulder's Best 2014" list
“[The Gasoline Lollipops’ EP] “Dawn” is filled with seven tracks that wonderfully couple storytelling, Austin-inspired, roots rock and outlaw country… that range from the gentle title track to raucous, gypsy-twinged “The Wire,” to the soaring and heartfelt “Pop’s Song.” - Marquee Magazine