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Bud Bronson & The Good Timers

Since 2012, Bud Bronson & the Good Timers have forged a reputation as one of the Mile High City’s hardest working and most beloved bands.

As a prominent player in Denver’s garage and
party rock scene of the early 2010s, the band has since evolved their sound to entail all that comes with aging under the weight of a world that becomes exponentially heavier by the day.

The band’s energetic live shows and unpretentious, all-are-welcome mentality has earned them spots supporting some of modern rocks heroes including Parquet Courts, The Menzingers, Twin Peaks and fellow melodic punk shredders Diarrhea Planet.

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Bud Bronson & The Good Timers

Since 2012, Bud Bronson & the Good Timers have forged a reputation as one of the Mile High City’s hardest working and most beloved bands.

As a prominent player in Denver’s garage and
party rock scene of the early 2010s, the band has since evolved their sound to entail all that comes with aging under the weight of a world that becomes exponentially heavier by the day.

The band’s energetic live shows and unpretentious, all-are-welcome mentality has earned them spots supporting some of modern rocks heroes including Parquet Courts, The Menzingers, Twin Peaks and fellow melodic punk shredders Diarrhea Planet.

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Reviews

“(Brave New) World Series” — premiering exclusively below from Denver punk group Bud Bronson & the Good Timers’ upcoming sophomore album — does involve baseball’s fall classic. But it’s not about balls, strikes or which teams might meet in a few weeks’ time.

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“We receive a lot of pitches here at HIGH TIMES for a slew of entertainers, but it’s rare that we commit as easily and quickly as we did to premiering Bud Bronson & the Good Timers’ video for “Vapedemic” from their album, Fantasy Machine. Besides being described as a cross between “Thin Lizzy and Diarrhea Planet,” the Colorado-based rockers’ stripped-down sound is as much retro good-time feelin’ as it is a breath of fresh air.”
— Dabbie Reynolds, High Times

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“The kind of triumphant power pop that feels like it’s coming from an honest place rather than being an affectation of style. That they have moved beyond obvious influences makes Bud Bronson & the Good Timers one of the most exciting rock-and-roll bands in Denver at this moment.” 
— Tom Murphy, Westword

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“Bud Bronson and the Good Timers might lack some of the sheer guitar firepower that Diarrhea Planet are known for, but the Denver band’s ability to live up to their name puts them right alongside the Nashville shredders in terms of pure entertainment. Singer/guitarist Brian Beer performs in a speak-sing style that calls to mind the Hold Steady’s Craig Finn, especially in his ability to spin elaborate lyrics into nostalgic coming-of-age tales. The end result makes for classic barroom rock that is equal parts goofball and sincere.”
— Chipp Terwilliger, Portland Mercury

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