Channel 93.3 & Do303 Present N3ptune w/ Rusty Steve and Special Guests VYNYL and BLUSH on Friday, May 20th —
Hailed as a “Denver Musician to Watch” by 303 Magazine, N3ptune is an explosive multi-hyphenate hailing from Denver, CO. A proudly queer singer/songwriter, producer, dancer, model, actor, and director, N3ptune is carving out a lane in Denver’s music scene, unlike anything that has come before.
Heavily influenced by his upbringing in the Baptist Church, N3ptune is a genre-bender who merges the essence of gospel, blues, and soul into an amalgamation of pop music as only his mind can create. His songs are bold and brash, and his live performances are raw and captivating, to the point where Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss likened the experience to “seeing Prince live for the first time” and proceeded to invite him on their tour on the spot.
Beginning his journey in the industry as a producer and singer/songwriter while he was in high school, N3ptune quickly became a staple in Denver’s burgeoning DIY scene. From headlining Denver’s Pridefest to holding down one of the city’s most talked about residencies at local staple, the Meadowlark, N3ptune’s quickly become a standout in the Denver’s music scene. In 2021, N3ptune took it up a notch. From putting on a breakthrough performance at Denver Fashion Week, to shutting down Westword Music Showcase, to supporting the likes of Wyclef Jean, Sleigh Bells, Kennyhoopla, and Aluna (of AlunaGeorge), and receiving placement on syndicated radio, KTCL Channel 93.3 with his hit single “Black Horse” all in a matter of weeks, N3ptune has proved he is ready for the national spotlight.
RENAISSANCE, his highly anticipated debut album with producer Rusty Steve arrived on December 10, 2021 to critical acclaim. N3ptune will support the new album touring alongside Sleigh Bells in August 2022, performing at Treefort Music Festival, and other solo dates across the country.