Colorado trio, Yep OK, met in Denver during the summer of 2018. With the common interests of outlaw country and psychedelic rock, the band worked on the original songs each musician brought to the studio. Steven’s “Fireworks and Freight Trains”, Austin’s “Lookin’ Muddy”, and Kelly’s “Foggy Dog” were introduced and remain the primary examples of what to expect within their music. 


steven huntley

Steve is a native Coloradan from Littleton. His left-handed guitar pickin' background is the result of the burgeoning bluegrass and jam band community in Colorado. Steve is an essential songwriter for the band, providing strong vocals while combining electric and acoustic guitar. Additionally, he assists with booking and social media.


Austin Latimer

Austin Latimer’s Wimberley, TX roots help to push the southern style to the forefront. He contributes musically through composing songs on piano and guitar and writing lyrics. He does media for the band that includes YouTube, Bandcamp, and their website. Austin has experience as a sound engineer and runs sound during gigs when an engineer is not provided.


Kelly Turner

Kelly “Jelly” Turner built his drum chops in the southeastern states while touring with multiple bands throughout the 2010s. Kelly serves as the band’s networking lead, as he relishes in building community among local artists and venues. He manages booking, communications, and contributes musically. Kelly is crucial in guiding the many visions of Yep OK. 

Yep OK have shared the stage with Aaron Lee Tasjan, Sam Morrow, Nick Dittmeier & The Sawdusters, Morsel, Extra Gold,  Banshee Tree, Henry Conlon, Zachary Scott Kline, Kyle Moon & The Misled, Jesh Yancey & The High Hopes, The Travelin' Rose Band,  Derek Dames Ohl, and more, and have performed at Cervantes’ Other Side,  Boulder's Fox Theater, Globe Hall, Larimer Lounge, Lost Lake, Mercer Dancehall, and  Telluride's Sheridan Opera House.

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Debut Album

Our self-titled debut album was recorded and released in 2020 from saved up gig money and pandemic donations during Covid-19, the human rights movements, and the largest wildfires in Colorado history. All songs written by Yep OK. Recorded by Jamie Hillyer at Module Overload and mastered by Tom Capek at Colorado Sound.

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