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“Big surprises afoot” for the Gasoline Lollipops

In anticipation of the Gasoline Lollipops show at the Aggie on April 12, frontman Clay Rose took some time out to chat and spill the beans on what’s in store for the band in 2019. From its humble beginnings, Gasoline Lollipops has grown from the saving power of song. A recovering addict, Rose easily gives music the credit for changing his life. As to the creation of Gasoline Lollipops, ”I don’t […]


Gasoline Lollipops Announce New Album & Kickstarter Campaign

Gasoline Lollipops, “an alt-country band from Colorado that combines the sincerity of dirt-floor folk with the rebelliousness of punk” per their band website, is on track to release their first vinyl album on December 16 at Fox Theatre in Boulder. However, the band needs your help. To finish their album, Soul Mine, the band has launched a Kickstarter campaign. The Kickstarter campaign includes great exclusives— everything from VIP tickets to the […]


Gasoline Lollipops Drive Their Train into the Swing Station

By: Rebecca LaPole The highway, drugs and alcohol and God (which can be kind-of the same thing), poverty, heartbreak, women, darkness, the oblivion. Rhythmically; the wheels of a train. Harmonically; the wind of the highway,” Clay Rose, frontman of Boulder-based band, the Gasoline Lollipops, waxed poetic when asked about the inspiration for their songs and the lyrics he writes. Straight off the heels of a big show with their two […]