Upcoming Boulder Theater Shows

Here is what is coming up at the Boulder Theater.  A great venue in a great little city.


Tues, Mar 10                 A V-Day Benefit
8:00pm                       THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES
                                    GA=$25.00, Student/Senior=$15.00, VIP=$50.00 / All Ages

Wed, Mar 11                  Climbing Magazine presents
8:00pm                       2009 STONE ALLIANCE FILM TOUR
                                    GA / All Ages / $14.50

Thur, Mar 12                 Conscious Alliance & Colorado Daily present
9:00pm                       MAMA'S COOKIN'
                                    w/ Lion Vibes & DJ Buddha Bomb
                                    GA / 21+ / $12.00

Fri, Mar 13                  Radio 1190 Basementailism & Colorado Daily present
9:00pm                       THE X-ECUTIONERS
                                    ft. Roc Raida, Rob Swift, Boogie Blink, Total Eclipse & Precision
                                    w/ 3 The Hard Way & Cysko Rokwel
                                    GA / All Ages / $25.00
Sat, Mar 14         presents
                                    GA Seated / $18.50 for walking humans / All Ages

Sat, Mar 14                  97.3 KBCO presents
7:30pm                               THE SUBDUDES: subdued acoustic tour
                                    w/ Clarence Bucaro
                                    Reserved=$31.50, GA=$24.00 / 21+

Sun, Mar 15                  97.3 KBCO & Colorado Daily present
7:30pm                       ADAM AIJALA & BEN KAUFMANN of YONDER MOUNTAIN
                                    ft. DAROL ANGER
                                    w/ very special guests
                                    GA / 21+ / $21.50

Tues, Mar 17                Kona and Pabst Blue Ribbon present
8:00pm                      FULL CYCLE'S ST. PATRICK'S DOWNHILL FEATURE
                                   with NEW WORLD DISORDER 9: "NEVER ENOUGH"
                                   To benefit Valmont Bike Park
                                   GA / All Ages / $12.00

Wed, Mar 18                  Radio 1190's Krewe de Louisianne presents
9:00pm                       PORTER BATISTE STOLTZ
                                    ft. KYLE HOLLINGSWORTH
                                    GA / 21+ / $18.50

Thur, Mar 19                        97.3 KBCO & Boulder Weekly present
8:00pm                      MARTIN SEXTON
                                   w/ Chris Trapper
                                   GA / 18+ / $29.50

Fri, Mar 20                 KGNU presents
9:00pm                      GREAT AMERICAN TAXI
                                   ft. Black Swan Singers & the Peak to Freak Horns
                                   w/ Kort McCumber & Mountain Standard Time
                                   GA / 21+ / $18.50

Sat, Mar 21                 AEG Live & 97.3 KBCO present
8:00pm                      MADELEINE PEYROUX
                                   w/ William Fitzsimmons
                                   Reserved=$46.50, GA=$41.00 / 21+
Wed, Mar 25                 KUNC presents
7:30pm                      HAPA
                                   Reserved=$30.00, GA Seated=$24.00

Fri, Mar 27                Boulder Weekly presents An Evening with
9:00pm                     DARK STAR ORCHESTRA
                                  GA / 21+ / $29.50

Sat, Mar 28                Boulder Weekly presents An Evening with
9:00pm                     DARK STAR ORCHESTRA
                                  GA / All Ages Balcony / $29.50

Sun, Mar 29                97.3 KBCO presents
7:00pm                     E-TOWN
                                  w/ BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet & Ben Kweller                                 GA / All Ages / $18.75

Wed, April 1                KUVO Jazz Appreciation Series
8:00pm                      DR. LONNIE SMITH TRIO
                                   w/ Pianoramax
                                   Reserved=$34.50, GA=$29.00 / 21+

Fri, April 3                        KUVO presents
9:00pm                      QUEMANDO    
                                   GA / 21+ / $12.00

Sat, April 4                2009 NPC Axis Northern Colorado
9am & 5pm                   BODYBUILDING & FITNESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
                                   Championship Reserved=$19.75-$60.00, Pre-Judge GA=$19.75 / All Ages

Tues, April 7               KUVO Jazz Appreciation Series
7:30pm                      BILL FRISELL QUARTET ft. Ron Miles, Rudy Royston & Tony Scherr
                                   w/ guests
                                   Reserved=$32.00, GA=$25.00 / All Ages

Wed, April 8                Boulder Weekly Films & Radio 1190  present
8:00pm                      WILCO LIVE "ASHES OF AMERICAN FLAGS
                                   GA / All Ages / $12.00

Thur, April 9               KGNU presents
8:30pm                              HOT BUTTERED RUM & THE TRAVELIN' McCOURYS
                                   GA / 21+ / $26.00

Fri, April 10               Live Nation & 97.3 KBCO presents
8:00pm                      BB KING
                                   w/ Lukas Nelson & the Promise of the Real
                                   Gold Circle=$109.00, Reserved Balcony=$93.50, GA Standing=$77.50 / 21+
                                   SOLD OUT
 Sat, Apr 11                     KUNC presents
8:00pm                            GEORGE WINSTON
                                    Reserved=$39.50, GA=$29.50 / All Ages

Sun, Apr 12                    ARLO GUTHRIE’S "LOST WORLD TOUR"
7:30pm                            Feat. Abe Guthrie & the Burns Sisters
                                        Reserved=$39.00, GA=$29.50 / 21+

Wed, April 15              Soda Jerk presents
9:00pm                     TECH N9NE    
                                  w/ Murs, Big Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Black Pegasus
                                  GA / All Ages / Advance=$27.50, DOS=$30.50

Fri, April 17               Colorado Daily presents
9:00pm                      THE MOTET
                                    w/ Euforquestra
                                   GA / 21+ / $17.50

Sat, April 18               NERSHI, MOSELEY & FRIENDS
9:00pm                      w/ Elephant Revival
                                   GA / 21+ / $18.50
                                   On Sale Friday

Sat, April 25      presents
3:00pm                              DAN ZANES & FRIENDS
                                   GA / All Ages / $25.00 over 12, $17.50 under 12

Tues, April 28              KUVO Jazz Appreciation Series
7:30pm                      An Evening with
                                   McCOY TYNER
                                   Reserved=$38.00, GA=$29.50 / All Ages
Wed, April 29                 KUVO Jazz Appreciation Series
8:00pm                      JOHN SCOFIELD'S PIETY STREET BAND
                                   ft. Donald Ramsey, Jon Cleary & Ricky Fataar
                                   w/ Kneebody
                                   GA / $34.00 / 21+

Thur, May 7                Oceanic Preservation Society presents
8:00pm                     "THE COVE"
                                   GA / All Ages / $20.00

Sat, May 16                 Marquee Magazine & Radio 1190 Route 78 West present
8:00pm                      THE FLATLANDERS
                                   ft. Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Butch Hancock
                                   w/ Bukka Allen
                                   GA / 21+ / $30.00
Tues, June 2                 Radio 1190, KGNU & Westword present
9:00pm                       ANIMAL COLLECTIVE
                                    w/ Black Dice
                                    GA / All Ages / $25.00

Thur, Aug 6                  KGNU presents
7:30pm                       GREG BROWN
                                    Reserved=$35.00, GA=$29.00 / 21+

Rex Update on The Dead Charity Tickets

The excellent tickets for each show of The Dead Tour designated to support the Furthur Foundation, Rex Foundation and Unbroken Chain Foundation are just about ready for distribution.  Here is the official ticket announcement presented by each charity.  Thank you for your generous support of the charities as you plan your attendance at the different shows along the Tour!
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  • Great American Taxi in the Midwest & rides w/ Todd Snider

    hermanOn Saturday night Vince Herman and Great American Taxi finished a two week run of dates in Colorado and New Mexico highlighted by two nights supporting the Bill Kreutzmann Trio and culminating in Durango at the Abbey Theater.  Todd Snider happened to be playing the Strater Theater in Durango the same night and headed over to ride the Taxi.  He surfaced for the entire second set for a freaky folk festival.  Snider led on tunes of his own and some inspired covers including a take on J.J Cale's "Crazy Mama," Snider's own "East Nashville Skyline," and some fractured folk takes on some 70's funk hits.  It was apparent that all on stage and in attendance were witnessing a new musical meeting of the minds.


    Great American Taxi is heading through the Midwest over the next couple of weeks while work on their second album is finished, entitled "Reckless Habits," which will expand Taxi's ever evolving sound aided by the production of Railroad Earth's Tim Carbone and supplemented with Barry Sless on pedal steel, the Black Swan Singers from Denver, CO and a horn section.  Although an official release date has not been announced, Taxi has shows scheduled on their home turf on March 19, 20 and 21 to celebrate the forthcoming release, including Hodi's Half Note in Fort Collins on March 19th, Boulder Theater on March 20th with the Peak to Freak Horns and Black Swan Singers and March 21st at the Bluebird Theater in Denver with the horns, singers and special guest Bill McKay Band on support.

    Dead Doings in the City of Brotherly Love…

    donnaDonna Jean Godchaux, Grateful Dead vocalist in the 1970s, will return to Philadelphia on March 7th to host a table at the annual WXPN Beggar’s Banquet fundraiser to be held at Penn’s Landing Caterers, 1301 S. Columbus Blvd. For more information, go to

    And since Philly Dead Heads are never satisfied, there’s more. After the Dead’s May 1st concert at The Spectrum (their 51st at the venue), Dead Heads will be able to stroll across Pattison Avenue to McFadden’s, a club located inside Citizen’s Bank Park, where they can – for FREE – see the brand-new Donna Jean Godchaux Band with Jeff Mattson. Good deal, huh?

    This band is a new one, having morphed out of the former Donna Jean and the Tricksters. Donna Jean Godchaux was of course a member of the Grateful Dead. Jeff Mattson is a founding member of the Zen Tricksters, Long Island’s legendary Dead-oriented band, and has played with Phil Lesh and Friends. Together with David MacKay (a member of Muscle Shoals favorites, The Fiddleworms), Joe Chirco (Long Island’s hardest-working drummer), and Mark Adler (a member of Donna Jean’s original Heart of Gold Band), they’ll keep folks dancing ‘til the wee, wee hours.

    Akron/Family plays Oriental Theatre | 3/17/09

    Bonerama Releases New Single @

    boneramaCelebrate Fat Tuesday at to download an exclusive new single by Mardi Gras veterans Bonerama. launched in January promising to make every Tuesday Fat Tuesday, by offering exclusive music releases or free downloads every Tuesday this year.

    Anchored by the music of New Orleans' own Bonerama and Porter Batiste Stoltz, commemorates their hometown's most famous holiday with brand new music and a year of free downloads.  Thinking outside the box to offer fans access to rare and unreleased music, will deliver funky new music each Tuesday all year long.  The release might be a live show, a single of a brand new song, or an archival release from the bands' vaults.  But remember to visit often - all the free material released is available only for one week; until the next Tuesday, when new tunes are featured.

    Bonerama's Single Series, where the band releases one new single at a time, kicks off on Fat Tuesday with the release of their brand new song, "Big Fine Woman," available at While you're there, sign up to receive free music every Tuesday this year, and visit back for offers on never before heard studio releases, exclusive live performances, and more. - Every Tuesday is Fat Tuesday.

    Both Bonerama and Porter Batiste Stoltz are on tour now.  Tour dates are as follows.

    Bonerama -
    March 13 The Howlin' Wolf North Shore New Orleans LA
    March 14 Mid City Lanes New Orleans LA
    March 27 City Limits Live Delray Beach FL
    March 28 Aces Lounge Bradenton FL
    April 04 The Swamp Thing and Crawfish Festival Austin TX
    April 10 Maple Leaf New Orleans LA
    April 18 Rummel High School Fundraiser New Orleans LA
    April 19 French Quarter Festival New Orleans LA
    April 23 Tipitina's New Orleans LA
    April 24 Festival International de Louisiana Lafayette LA
    April 25 Mid City Lanes New Orleans LA
    May 02 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival New Orleans LA
    May 02 Mid City Lanes New Orleans LA
    May 03 Maple Leaf New Orleans LA
    May 16 Tropical Heat Wave Tampa FL
    May 29 Michael Arnone's Crawfish Festival Augusta NJ
    May 30 Western Maryland Blues Festival Hagerstown MD

    Porter Batiste Stoltz -
    March 17 Owsley's Golden Road Denver CO featuring Kyle Hollingsworth
    March 18 Boulder Theater Boulder CO featuring Kyle Hollingsworth
    March 19 Winter Concert Series Telluride CO
    March 26 Space Evanston IL
    March 27 Trocaderos Minneapolis MN with Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
    March 28 Overture Center for the Arts Madison WI
    April 26 Howlin' Wolf New Orleans LA
    May 02 Tipitina's New Orleans LA featuring Page McConnell
    May 16 Joshua Tree Music Festival Joshua Tree CA
    May 29 Mountain Jam Hunter NY
    June 04 Wakarusa Ozark AR
    June 05 Wakarusa Ozark AR

    EOTO Hits the Sunshine State in March

    eotoIn the midst of a massive winter and spring tour, the left coast breakbeat, glitch-hop, dubstep, and house duo EOTO is prepared to dig their toes in the sandy Florida beaches for a weeklong string of dates in the Sunshine State. Gearing up for their very own version of Spring Break, EOTO has penned six shows in a seven-day span. Opening March 9th with a performance in Islamorada, the duo is poised to catch some rays while lending their innovative blend of live instrumentation and digital mixing to a Florida beach party soundtrack.

    Featuring Jason Hann and Michael Travis, formerly of the progressive jam outfit String Cheese Incident, EOTO is a shot of adrenaline to the heart of the music industry. Differing in sonic stature from their mixing forefathers, the typical EOTO live experience is 100% atypical, meaning nothing is pre-recorded, nothing is pre-looped and no set is pre-planned. Every night is a distinctive journey into the musical minds of Hann and Travis, each feeding off of the other’s creativity and the audience’s vibes. EOTO combines cutting-edge technology with live instrumental performance to create truly original and melodic dance music in the moment.

    Following the show at TIB Bank of the Keys in Islamorada, EOTO will venture along the coast to Key West, Miami Beach, Delray Beach and Jupiter. The Florida tour will conclude in Gainesville with a performance at Common Grounds on March 15th. For a complete list of dates and details, visit the duo’s MySpace page as they continue to make waves in 2009.


    3/09 6:00 pm - TIB Bank of the Keys Amphitheatre- all ages!!! early show Islamorada, FL
    3/10 10:00 pm - Green Parrot Bar - 18+ (free show) Key West, FL
    3/11 10:00 pm - Purdy Lounge w/Afrobeta, J Wail - 18+ Miami Beach, FL
    3/13 10:00 pm - City Limits - w/The Burnin Smyrnans 18+ Delray Beach, FL
    3/14 8:00 pm - Palm Beach International Raceway - lots of bands Jupiter, FL

    Great American Taxi: A Benefit for The DiscoverHope Fund

    Great American Taxi - photos by Sam Holloway- for the Grateful Web

    Great American Taxi is ready to charge into 2009 with a new album on the horizon and some new members in the cab.  In December of 2008 founding members Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon) and Chad Staehly brought their new line-up and a few special guests into Backbone Studio in Loveland, CO to record the next evolution to their "Americana without borders" brand of music.  Filled with electric folk, alt-country, a dash of bluegrass and good ol' rock and roll, Taxi has found their stride and sound. The latest version of Taxi includes Jim Lewin on electric guitar and vocals, Edwin Hurwitz on bass guitar and Chris Sheldon on drums and vocals.  Barry Sless is also considered a member at large adding pedal steel and guitar when he can get away from his other gigs and jump into the Taxi

    The band has been led by Herman and Staehly since its' inception for a Rainforest Action Group benefit show in March of 2005.  Now approaching well over 400 shows, the band has kept a fairly busy schedule of 140 shows a year and has hit a lot of the premier music festivals along the way including High Sierra Music Fest, Wakarusa, Summer Camp, 10,000 Lakes Festival, Dunegrass, nightgrass slots at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and the list goes on.  After a brief tour in fall of 2008 supporting Railroad Earth, the idea was hatched to have Tim Carbone (fiddle player from Railroad Earth) produce Taxi's latest album, and it proved to be a magical marriage. Carbone also added some fiddle to a few tracks complimenting Taxi's big sound which includes Herman's acoustic guitar, Staehly's rock and honky-tonk piano and organ work, Lewin's west coast telecaster guitar assault, Hurwitz's funky bass lines and Sheldon's tasty percussive blend.  Sless also added some pedal steel and guitar, and Carbone brought in a horn section and some gospel singers for a few tunes as well.  This all supports Taxi's original song-writing, which is also complimented by 3 part harmonies and strong lead vocals from four of the five members.

    Great American Taxi's sound has been compared to a variety of roots oriented bands including New Riders of the Purple Sage, a "Grateful Dead for the new millennium," Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, The Byrds and more.  People will hear threads of the Leftover Salmon fabric propelled by an inspired Herman being supported by a cast of talented minstrels ready to follow Herman to the land of 'Festival!"  Herman's in-your- face, in-the-moment improvisation helps bring the party to Taxi's well-crafted songs.  People from all backgrounds will be able to latch onto something in the band's sound.  Great American Taxi is truly a melting pot of musical tastes and styles all rolled into their "Americana without borders."  Look for Taxi's latest album to be released in March of 2009. 

    The DiscoverHope Fund (DHF) is an international development organization promoting abundance for women and their families living in economic poverty through microcredit and sustainable support systems.  DHF creates an entrepreneurial framework for the poor to actively participate in their own economic advancement, personal empowerment, and life transformation.  Of the worlds 6.1 billion inhabitants, one of every five (more than one billion people) live on less than one US dollar a day.  Nearly half of the human race, more than 3 billion people, live on less than 2 US dollars a day and are faced with the life-threatening reality of poverty every day.  These numbers represent real people, real families, and real stories of those who are trapped in poverty and cannot adequately feed, clothe, or shelter themselves.  DHF is rooted with the passion and vision to create a world that really works for everyone.  

    Who:      Great American Taxi featuring Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon

                w/ Creek Road Ramblers

    Where:    Coconut Louie's 2303 E. Washington #8 Bloomington, IL

    When:     Saturday, March 7th

    WEB: Press photos, bios, dates and much more!

    How Much: $10 – includes a raffle ticket towards 2VIP tickets to Summer Camp

    Lunch with Jon Fishman on Current Mimi Fishman Auction

    Fishman - photo by Laura McDaniel- for the Grateful Web

    The new Mimi Fishman Foundation charity auction is up and running.  The Foundation's first auction of 2009 includes amazing items donated by Phish, String Cheese Incident, Umphrey's McGee, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Jack Johnson, Scramble Campbell, moe., Dave Matthews Band, and Yonder Mountain String Band.  The auction proceeds will benefit the Delta Gamma Center for Children With Visual Impairments.

    One of the more unique items on the auction is a lunch with Phish drummer Jon Fishman.  The winner and one guest will enjoy lunch and conversation with the Phish drummer.  In addition, Fishman will hand the winner a pair of tickets for the next evenings Phish show at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis.

    The MFF also wanted you to know they just added an Alpine Valley Resort (Suite) and Waterpark Package to the current Mimi Fishman Foundation charity auction.  As a reminder, the auction concludes in 1 week, Wednesday, Feb 25.  The auction ending times are staggered so pay close attention to the items you are interested in.

    The auction, which concludes Feb 26, also features:

    ·    Phish Summer 2009 Ticket/DVD Packages
    ·    Dave Matthews Band Ticket/Pass Package
    ·    Yonder Mountain String Band Ticket/Signed Poster Package
    ·    Bonnaroo Ticket/Phish Laminate Package
    ·    Umphrey's McGee VIP Package
    ·    String Cheese Incident Signed Posters
    ·    .moe Ticket/Pass Package
    ·    Scramble Campbell Original Phish Artwork
    ·    Jack Johnson Signed CD/DVD Package

    To view and/or bid on the auction, as well as read about the charities the auction supports, please visit the Mimi Fishman Foundation Auction Page.


    photos by Sam Holloway- for the Grateful Web

    Keller Williams hits the road this winter to tour southern U.S. states.  The one-man-band has built a career on his uncanny ability to captivate a packed house—all by himself. He's been called a "solo cult-hero" and "music's mad-scientist." 

    For over 100 shows a year, Williams has proven himself to be a master of improvisational performance art. In his one-man show, he pads barefoot from guitar to bass to percussion stations, using looping effects—and enough instruments to stock a strip-mall music store—to layer sound atop sound until the stage swirls with a full-blown composition.

    Keller Williams' current list of confirmed tour dates is as follows:

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    February 18 Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge LA

    February 19 The Lyric Oxford Oxford MS

    February 20 Crossroads Huntsville AL

    February 21 The Pageant St. Louis MO

    February 22 Blue Note Columbia MO

    February 24 Liberty Hall Lawrence KS

    February 25 Cain's Ballroom Tulsa OK

    February 26 Granada Theatre Dallas TX

    February 27 Antone's Austin TX

    February 28 New Daisy Theatre Memphis TN

    March 1 Bottling Company Hattiesburg MS

    March 18 Whitaker Center – Sunoco Performance Theater Harrisburg PA

    March 19 TLA Philadelphia PA

    March 20 Hart Theater Albany NY

    March 21 Skowhegan Opera House Skowhegan ME

    March 22 Port City Music Hall Portland ME

    March 25 Higher Ground Burlington VT

    March 26 Pearl Street Northampton MA

    March 27 Paradise Boston MA

    March 28 Nokia New York NY

    March 29 Ithaca State Theatre Ithaca NY

    April 4 Mt. Lutsen Papa Charlie's Lutsen MN

    April 10 Birchmere Alexandria VA

    April 17 The Wharf Orange Beach AL supporting Widespread Panic


    Additional dates to be confirmed.

    While Keller has made liberal use of technology throughout his solo career, he also knows that musicianship is ultimately a human undertaking. With a seemingly unquenchable thirst for all genres of music - bluegrass, jazz, and—who'd-a-thunk-it—hard rock – occasionally Williams puts unyielding faith in a backing band, as he did for his September 2008 release LIVE.  On LIVE, Keller taps into the world-class talent of Keith Moseley (bass – The String Cheese Incident), Gibb Droll (guitar – Marc Broussard, Brandi Carlile), and Jeff Sipe (drums – Aquarium Rescue Unit, Leftover Salmon). The musical horsepower of four friends playing together on stage proves stronger than even Keller had dreamed. Recorded at select live shows during a winter 2008 tour, and featuring seventeen tracks that span Keller's career, Live is a testament to how a band, with the right chemistry and chops, can take a song to places even the writer couldn't have imagined.