Drive-By Truckers

Fox Theatre Celebrates 20th Anniversary in March

On March 6th, 1992 the Fox Theatre opened its doors in Boulder, Colorado with a performance by the Meters.  The Fox Theatre family is honored The Funky Meters will return to lead the celebration on March 1st to kick off the legendary venue's 20th anniversary month.

The Fox Theater Celebrates 20 Years with Leftover Salmon & The Funky Meters

The Fox Theatre is turning 20 years old and we're throwing ourselves quite the 20th Anniversary bash! Celebrate with The Funky Meters on March 1st and 2 nights of Leftover Salmon on March 6th & 7th! Tickets for these special shows will go on sale this Friday, Jan. 27th!

Just Announced: DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS at Fox Theatre | 3.10.12

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Drive-By Truckers at the Fox Theatre on Friday, March 10th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, January 13th for $30.00. Flaunting a mix of Southern pride, erudite lyrics, and a muscled three-guitar attack, Drive-By Truckers became one of the most well-respected alternative country-rock acts of the 20

Dave Papuga's Top 10 Shows of 2011

Out of over 200 live acts I was fortunate to catch this past year, here are 10 of my favorites:

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit @ The Fox Theater | 1/5/12

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, January 5th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, November 18th for $17.00 in advance and $20.00 day of show.

Grateful Web Interview w/ Drive-By Truckers artist Wes Freed

Visual artist, writer, musician and actor Wes Freed is a Southern Gothic multi-disciplinary wonder of sorts. His work overlaps to such an extent he almost sings his paintings and paints his songs. Freed himself, his wife and long-time collaborator Jyl, his truck and his home studio all seem to overlap with it as well.

Welcome to the Rock Show - Jason Isbell & Will Hoge

Last summer, shortly after Jason Isbell dissolved his ties with the Drive-by Truckers, I had the opportunity to catch him at another local DC venue, Rock & Roll Hotel.  The small space was packed with Truckers fans eager to hear one of the three voices behind the band, solo, and able to interpret songs as he deemed fit.  Needless to say nobody left disappointed, and the next ti