Soulful rapper Lyrics Born, iconic indie rocker Liz Phair and blues legend BB King headline our picks for the best concerts of the week. Also, don't ...
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Jeff Tweedy's two weekend sets at the Boulder Theater highlight a week of Denver/Boulder concerts that lacks many big names, but should be fun nonethe...
This week's concert picks -- Andrea Ball, Xiu Xiu, and Devendra Banhart -- promise to wake even the most stubborn concertgoer from hibernation.
Those searching for a cerebral release can catch Jay Farrar and Ben Gibbard, while those with more visceral urges can take in Snake Rattle Rattle Snake and White Denim.
With their electric guitars, banjos, pianos, trombones, cellos, and pots and pans, the band has given me an immense amount of joy and catharsis in the last two years.
I thought this would be appropriate timing to reanimate this popular column with a Remembrance-of-the-Decade edition.
This week, direct your attention to Jewish hip-hop artists from Southwestern Ohio and a left coast foursome with enough indie cred to buy a round for the entire Larimer Lounge.
Coming up this week: Gossip, Future of the Left, ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Mt. Eerie and Karl Blau.
Don't even think about staying home this week brooding over the fate of health care. Head out to enjoy low end debauchery courtesy of King Khan and the BBQ Show or the incomparable Pixies.
Vandaveer just released a new album on Supply and Demand music called Divide & Conquer, and luckily for us that means shows in Denver/Boulder and ...
Perhaps it's the accordion, but when I first heard Dark Dark Dark I felt like it should be piping through Metros of Paris, sad songs wafting sadly from a band of waif-like ragamuffins.
Not through with being cool? Look no further than Donnybrook Writing Academy's hand-selected crop of musical performances, which are guaranteed to make all of your Rock and Roll dreams come true.
Tomorrow night, put on your good Sunday slacks and a healthy daub of Brylcreem and come buy me a mint julep for the total throwback sounds of young Mayer Hawthorne, on his first Denver stop.
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