The Colorado Haiti Project is partnering with rural Haitian communities through holistic development programs. They strive to achieve Sustainable progress towards ending extreme Poverty. All proceeds from this evening will benefit our brothers and sisters in Haiti as they rebuild after Hurricane Matthew. The event features The Meditations, Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), Judge Roughneck, Selasee, Intuit & The Plates.
For nearly 18 years, Yonder Mountain String Band has redefined bluegrass music, expanding the traditional acoustic genre beyond its previously established boundaries by steadily pushing the envelope into the realms of rock n’ roll and improvisation. YMSB has always played music of their own design, in the process attracting a devout coterie of fans that often resembles a tight knit family on an epic musical journey as Yonder traverses the country with an ever-rigorous tour schedule.
The first night of this three-night Dark Star Orchestra run at the Boulder Theater was powerful, exciting, and fun. They played the first night of Red Rocks 1978, which was on August 30th, and it featured the first time ever played “’I Need a Miracle,” “Stagger Lee,” and “If I Had the World to Give.” Many of the patrons of the Boulder Theater were extremely happy as the buzz went around the venue of which show it was.
GEORGE WINSTON, one of the most recognized solo pianists in the world, will perform at The Boulder Theater on Wednesday, December 23rd. Doors open at 7:00 P.M. Showtime is 8:00 P.M. This is open to patrons of all ages. Tickets are $25.00, $35.00 and $45.00. The venue is located at 2032 14th Street, Boulder, CO. For more information call 303-786-7030 or visit
Dweezil Zappa does his daddy proud night after night performing extremely technical music at a very high level. From a young age, he promised his father that he would be a guitarist, but I’m not sure that anyone but Frank could believe that he would be as good as he actually is. Dweezil is one of the best guitar players alive, and people need to start giving him the credit that he deserves.
The nostalgia that takes hold when an artist like Gregg Allman rolls into town is unavoidable, and really, why would you want to avoid it at all? Coyotus Maximus brought along his newest band for two sold-out shows at the Boulder Theater last week, mixing up old songs with new tricks. Having a lifetime’s worth of material to choose from, Gregg and company spread open the songbook and presented a different set of retrospective hits each night.