Aggie Theater

Leftover Salmon | Aggie Theater | 4/13/2013 | Review

Festivaaal! Polyethnic Cajun Slamgrass giants, Leftover Salmon brought the sauce to Fort Collins’ Aggie Theater this April.

Trichome & Technicolor Tone Factory | Aggie Theatre | Review

The Colorado front range has many perks, beautiful scenery, great hiking and lots of sunshine. Since I’ve moved here though, I was able to experience the sense of community along these front range cities and learn to love it very quickly. I feel that our impressive local music scene is a core glue that not only strengthens our communities, but creates a positive environment for people to get involved and help their local scenes evolve.

John Brown's Body & Euforquestra | Aggie Theatre | Review

With the winter doldrums in full swing it’s easy to contract some severe cabin fever. We are getting ever closer to spring but the temperatures seem to say otherwise. Thankfully the Aggie Theatre was serving up a warm dose of John Brown’s Body and Euforquestra to ease our winter suffering.

Elephant Revival | Aggie Theater | 12/31/2012 | Review

New Year’s Eve can be celebrated in many different ways. Some people choose to be close with their loved ones, others want to find to wildest party, or for some it’s just another day. Music lovers across the land can undoubtedly agree that New Years Eve means good music with large array of shows to choose from. I particularly like the themes of these nights; reflection, celebration and renewal. I find people are always more positive on New Year’s Eve than other holidays. First, obviously there’s always a party.

Elephant Revival New Years @ the Aggie Theater | Preview

Music often invokes a different emotion or nostalgia in everyone. Not only do these emotions or feelings warm our hearts, but they keep us wanting more. Groups such as Elephant Revival have no problem unlocking these emotions within us, and do so in an impressive yet joyful fashion.

Good Gravy! | Aggie Theater | Fort Collins, Colorado | Review

In a town that prides itself on a diverse music and arts scene it comes to no surprise to see a band like Good Gravy rise from the mix. With bluegrass roots combined with eclectic jams, this 5 piece groups creates a warm, welcoming sound that invites the crowd to get down on the dance floor. Although the roots of this group are imbedded in bluegrass, Good Gravy dissolves boundaries playing a mix of jam rock, jazz, funk and psychedelic grooves.

Head for the Hills Announces New Live Album

Colorado quartet Head for the Hills has announced plans to release their first live album on May 29th, entitled, Head for the Hills- Live.  This offering marks the group’s third official release, and is now available for pre-order through www.headforthehillsmusic.com

BoomBox: "Me and My Baby" - Live At The Aggie Theater

BoomBox, composed of producers, DJs, songwriters, multi-instrumentalists and longtime friends Russ Randolph and Zion Rock Godchaux, officially release the previously unrecorded single "Me and My Baby" coupled with a video filmed at their sold out Aggie Theatre<

The Motet Presents “Funk is Dead” | Live @ The Ogden Theater

How many successful Grateful Dead tribute projects have graced the music scene since the death of Mr. Jerry Garcia and the disbandment of the original 30-year “long strange trip”? Too many to bother keeping track of. The religious obsession that has continued to develop and flourish is due to an enormous number of factors. First and foremost, we weren’t done listening.

Still Crazy After All These Years: Fishbone @ the Aggie Theater

Influencing generation after generation of musicians—from Primus to No Doubt to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fishbone was and continues to be a monumental force in the disintegration of musical and social borders.