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Craig Elkins' Quirky Way of Saying, I Love You

Every now and again a little chuckle escapes. You don’t mean to, but you just can’t help it. And you don’t mean it in a bad way, it’s anything but that. But sometimes the lyrics are just funny, and surely Craig Elkins knows this. I Love You, the first solo album under the ex-Huffamoose frontman’s real name, is track after track of somewhat dark, bleak humor.

Xavier Rudd to Release 'Spirit Bird' on June 5th

Sometimes, the most unique and special sounds are the most organic.  For singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd, connecting land and heart isn't a matter of conscious art but a humble understanding that everything before us will remain long after we are gone.  Crossing cultural lines from the modern world to that of the Aborigines, Rudd continues his journey to become one of Australia's most iconic voices today with the release of his seventh

Singer/Songwriter Darryl Holter Sings About "Crooked Hearts"

Singer/songwriter Darryl Holter announces an April release date for his latest CD, Crooked Hearts, on 213 Music. Special guests on the new CD include Dave Alvin, Benmont Tench, Gabe Witcher and Willie Murphy.

The Grateful Web Interview with Katya Chorover

This past Friday, as another unseasonably warm sun sunk behind the Rocky Mountains, Katya Chorover settled into Denver’s Gypsy House Café to celebrate the release of her new album “Big Big Love”.  Chorover’s first album in ten years is filled with sweet and sour beginnings and endings.  Vocally, Chorover’s

Jackie Greene @ The Fox Theatre | 1.14.12

97.3 KBCO & Z2 Entertainment are proud to present Jackie Greene at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, January 14th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, November 18th for $15.00 general admission.

Searching for a Real Outlaw Part II

Some features take hours to write, others weeks, sometimes a month. The timing from interview or event to writing and then to publishing is dependent on so many variables that to describe them would be a feature unto itself. Usually, I have a pretty good turn around. Until, that was, I talked with Mike Seeger, went to a string festival and ended up almost going native in the hills of Eastern Kentucky.