On December 30, 2010 Railroad Earth had the pleasure of performing a late-afternoon acoustic set for a select group of fans at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO. Those 75 lucky ticketholders each made a contribution to BECA (Bilingual Education for Central America) to help raise awareness for this great cause. It was a special event and RRE was honored to benefit this fine organization.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present PKB w/Dr. Phil Good& Smack Thompson at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, January 7th. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 16th for $5.00 in advance and $8.00 day of show.
Submitted by Sue DuMond on Wed, 12/14/2011 - 16:47
A Boston native based in Colorado since 1989, Reed Föehl's lush tones and solid songs touch upon the raw truth of love and tragedy, without sinking into saccharine sentimentally or cold remove. Blending the warm touch of country folk with the edgy honesty intrinsic to modern songwriting, Foehl’s captivating performances and alluring, enduring songwriting make both his live show and studio work unique.
British electronic funk superstars Fujiya & Miyagi return to the United States this winter with a new single, “Ecstatic Dancer,” and a tour that kicks off Jan. 19 in Brooklyn and winds up Feb. 1 in Los Angeles. (Check above for exact dates/venues).
The SnowBall Music Festival will return to Nottingham Park in Avon, CO, March 2–4, 2012, for a second year of supreme music and mountain sports. Tickets for the event are on sale now on the newly re-designed SnowBall website.
Maven Productions & Z2 Entertainment are proud to present Ani DiFranco at the Boulder Theater on Friday, March 3rd, 2012. Tickets go on sale Friday December 15th for $30 GA, $40 Reserved & $50 Gold Circle.
Ten years in the making, folk rocker Mike Acerbo's debut album, The Search, is set to release on February 14th, 2012. The Search is at once intensely personal and universal - rich with themes of love, loss and the search for self.
Mark Vann’s spirit parted company with his body on March 4, 2002. Mark consistently lived by the motto of “Go Big!”. He applied this motto to both playing music and his unending willingness to offer his time and knowledge to teach anybody who wanted to learn. He encouraged others to “Dream Big”, “Go Big”, and “Pick Big”, and personally supported their efforts to do so.