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Upcoming Shows at the Fox Theatre - 11.02.10

Here are what shows are upcoming at the Fox Theater as of November 2nd.   All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted.   All additions and changes are in italics.
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Wed Nov 3
Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm Euforquestra & Kinetix
w/ Springdale Quartet
AA / GA $8 adv/ GA $10 dos
Thu Nov 4
Mazda2, Colorado Daily, KGNU and Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm Mayer Hawthorne & The County
w/ Gordon Voidwell, Air Dubai
AA / GA $15
Fri Nov 5
Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm Infected Mushrooms
w/ Somasphere, Randy Seidman
AA/ GA $22 adv/ GA $30 dos
Sat Nov 6
97.3 KBCO & Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 pm The Subdudes
w/ El Sinfin
AA / $22.50 adv / $25 dos
Sun Nov 7
Dog House Music Rock n Roll Camp Teen Showcase
12:00 pm feat. Never Cadence, Grade Zero, Gray Haskins, Res-K & Empty Can of Soup
AA / $6
Wed Nov 10   
Colorado Daily, Radio 1190 Basementalism & ThisSongIsSick.com Present
9:00 pm
Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
w/ Binary Star, Willdabeast
AA/ GA $15 adv & dos
Thur Nov 11
97.3 KBCO, Colorado Daily, and Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm Donavon Frankenreiter
w/ Ximena Sarinana
Fri Nov 12
Colorado Daily & ThisSongIsSick Present
9:00 pm Savoy
w/ J-Flash & Mr. Francois
AA/ GA $25
SOLD OUT

Sat Nov 13
97.3 KBCO, Boulder Weekly & Marquee Magazine Present
9:00 pm An Evening With Mike Gordon
AA / GA $25
SOLD OUT

Sun Nov 14
Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm March Fourth Marching Band
w/ Princess Music
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $12 dos

Wed Nov 17
BET Live Presents
9:00 pm The Music Matters Tour featuring J. Cole
w/ K. Michelle & CJ Hilon, J Blev
AA/ GA $23
Thu Nov 18
Budweiser, Boulder Weekly & Conscious Alliance Present
9:00 pm Hot Buttered Rum
w/ Good Gravy
AA / GA $16.50 adv / GA $20 dos
Fri Nov 19
Colorado Daily & ThisSongIsSick Present
9:00 pm Sam Adams
w/ Sorry For Partying
AA / GA $16.50 adv / GA $20 dos
Sat Nov 20
Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Basementalism Presents
9:00 pm Swollen Members
w/ Saigon, City Real
AA / GA $15

Sun Nov 21
97.3 KBCO, Boulder Weekly, Reggaemovement.com, Twist & Shout & Rock The Earth! Present
7:30 pm
Ozomatli
AA / GA $25 adv / GA $30 dos
Wed Nov 24
Boulder Weekly, KGNU & Greenlightradio.com Present
9:00 pm Mr Anonymous
w/ Ivy, Drop Logik & Bobby C
AA / GA $5
Fri Nov 26
Disco Inferno
9:00 pm AA / GA $5
Sat Nov 27
97.3 KBCO & Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Emmitt-Nershi Band feat. Drew Nershi & Bill Nershi
w/ Spring Creek
Wed Dec 1
Colorado Daily & Reggaemovement.com Present
9:00 pm Toubab Krewe
AA / GA $13 adv / GA $15 dos
Thu Dec 2
Boulder Beats Presents
9:00 pm Robotic Pirate Monkey
w/ Frequent-C, Don Womp
AA / GA $13 adv / GA $15 dos

Fri Dec 3
Budweiser Presents
9:00 pm Hell's Belles21+ / GA $13 adv / GA $15 dos
Sat Dec 4
Radio 1190 Basementalism Presents
9:00 pm Whiskey Blanket & Microphone Militants Dual CD Release Show
w/ The Chicharones, The Pirate Signal
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $13 dos
Sat Dec 5 & 6
Radio 1190 Basementalism Presents
9:00 pm
How The Grouch Stole Christmas Tour
feat The Grouch w/ DJ Fresh, Brother Ali w/ DJ Snuggles, Eligh, & Los Rakas
AA / GA $16.50 adv / GA $20 dos

Fri Dec 10
Radio 1190 & Marquee Magazine Present
9:00 pm Horse Feathers & Bela Karoli
w/ Y La Bamba
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $14 dos
Thu Dec 16
Skrillex
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv/ GA $12 dos
Fri Dec 17
Dead Floyd- Recreating the Grateful Dead & Pink Floyd
9:00 pm AA / GA $5 adv / GA $8 dos
Thur Dec 30
Boulder Weekly & KTCL Present
8:30 pm
Rose Hill Drive Performs the White Stripes 'Elephant" Plus a Set of Originals
AA / GA $23 adv / GA $25 dos
Fri Dec 31
Boulder Weekly & KTCL Present
8:30 pm
Rose Hill Drive Performs the White Stripes 'Elephant" Plus a Set of Originals
21+ / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos

Fri Jan 14
Radio 1190 & Marquee Magazine Present
9:00 pm Split Lip Rayfield
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $15 dos
Thurs Jan 20
Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm
Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute
AA / GA $12.50 adv / GA $15 dos
Sat Mar 5
Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Tapes 'N Tapes
AA / GA $15
Fri Mar 18
Infamous Stringdusters
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv / GA $12 dos

Jarrod Gorbel: "Ten Years Older" Video Premiere on AOL Music Blog

Jarrod Gorbel's new video for "Ten Years Older," the single off his debut solo album Devil's Made A New Friend, premiered yesterday on the AOL Music Blog. Directed by Blake Behnam and Nic Hill, the heartening clip can now also be seen here, while the soaring, soulful track can be downloaded as a free MP3 as well. Gorbel, formerly of The Honorary Title, released Devil's Made A New Friend on August 31st via Burning-house Records/Gorbel music.Having just wrapped a month-long tour with Fun and Steel Train, Gorbel began a three-week run supporting Hanson last night at the House of Blues in Dallas, TX. The tour will travel throughout the southeast, northeast, and into Canada, concluding November 23rd at Guvernment in Toronto, ON. Gorbel will also headline the Back Booth in Orlando, FL, on November 7th and Go Bar in Athens, GA, on Nov. 11th, in addition to a show at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on December 8th.

Gorbel, after releasing albums under The Honorary Title moniker since 2003, has embarked on a new career as a solo artist with Devil's Made A New Friend. The lush album is piloted by Gorbel's passionate vocals and steeped in warm arrangements, with influences that range from classic soul to traditional folk and Americana. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Blake Sennett (of Rilo Kiley and The Elected), Devil's Made A New Friend also features guest appearances by Jason Boesel (Rilo Kiley, Mystic Valley Band), Adam McDougall (Black Crowes), Orenda Fink (Azure Ray), and Nate Wolcott (Mystic Valley Band).

Jarrod Gorbel on tour:

NOV. 2 AUSTIN, TX ANTONES*

NOV. 3 HOUSTON, TX HOUSE OF BLUES*

NOV. 5 ST. PETERSBURG, FL STATE THEATRE*

NOV. 6 FT. LAUDERDALE, FL REVOLUTION*

NOV. 7 ORLANDO, FL BACK BOOTH

NOV. 10 ATLANTA, GA VARIETY PLAYHOUSE*

NOV. 11 ATHENS, GA GO BAR

NOV. 12 CHARLOTTE, NC AMOS' SOUTHEND*

NOV. 13 BALTIMORE, MD SONAR*

NOV. 14 FALLS CHURCH, VA STATE THEATRE*

NOV. 15 NORTHAMPTON, MA CALVIN THEATRE*

NOV. 18 MONTREAL, QC CLUB SODA*

NOV. 19 STROUDSBURG, PA SHERMAN THEATER*

NOV. 20 WALLINGFORD, CT THE DOME AT OAKDALE*

NOV. 21 BURLINGTON, VT HIGHER GROUND*

NOV. 23 TORONTO, ON GUVERNMENT*

DEC. 8 MADISON, WI U. OF WISCONSIN

* supporting Hanson

Amos Lee at the Boulder Theater - 02.05.11

Amos Lee has announced Winter 2011 tour dates in support of his new album Mission Bell, which will be released January 25 on Blue Note Records. The tour will kick off at the Moore Theater in Seattle on January 20 and will include stops along the west coast, in the mountain states, and in the southwest, including a concert in Tucson, Arizona where Lee recorded Mission Bell at Wavelab Studio with producer Joey Burns of Calexico. Opening for Lee on the tour will be South African singer-songwriter Vusi Mahlasela.

A limited number of pre-sale tickets will be available to fans starting today. General ticket on-sales begin on Friday, November 5. Full venue and ticketing information is available at Lee’s newly redesigned website. More upcoming tour dates will be announced shortly.

Lee will also be touring for the remainder of 2010, including support dates for Dave Matthews Band (November 2-3). On December 3, Lee’s WXPN “Free At Noon” performance at World Café in Philadelphia will also be webcast live by NPR Music. WFUV has announced Lee to headline their 6th Annual Holiday Cheer show on December 6 at the New York Society for Ethical Culture. He will also be the featured performer on Levon Helm’s intimate Midnight Ramble concert series in Woodstock, New York, on December 4. See below for a full list of tour dates.

AMOS LEE – TOUR DATES

Nov. 2 – HSBC Arena – Buffalo, NY (w/ Dave Matthews Band)

Nov. 3 – Nassau Coliseum – Nassau, NY (w/ Dave Matthews Band)

Nov. 4 – The Egg – Albany, NY

Nov. 5 – Patriots Theater – Trenton, NJ

Nov. 6 – Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE

Dec. 3 – WXPN Free At Noon @ World Café – Philadelphia, PA

Dec. 4 – Levon Helm’s Midnight Ramble – Woodstock, NY

Dec. 5 – Bardavon Opera House – Poughkeepsie, NY

Dec. 6 – WFUV Holiday Cheer @ New York Society for Ethical Culture – New York, NY

Dec. 31 – Calvin Theater – Northampton, MA

Jan. 20 – Moore Theater – Seattle, WA

Jan. 21 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR

Jan. 22 – McDonald Theater – Eugene, OR

Jan. 24 – El Rey – Chico, CA

Jan. 25 – Fillmore – San Francisco, CA

Jan. 27 – Music Box – Los Angeles, CA

Jan. 28 – House of Blues – Anaheim, CA

Jan. 29 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

Jan. 30 – Rialto Theater – Tucson, AZ

Feb. 1 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT

Feb. 3 – Vilar Center – Beaver Creek, CO

Feb. 4 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO

Feb. 5 – Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO

Feb. 7 – Liberty Hall – Lawrence, KS

Feb. 9 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK

Feb. 10 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX

Feb. 11 – Paramount – Austin, TX

Feb. 12 – House of Blues – Houston, TX

Tickets are on sale at Boulder Theater Box Office. Call (303) 786-7030 for tickets by phone.

Tickets are also available through our website @ www.bouldertheater.com.

Tickets are On Sale Friday November 5th!

$25.00 adv / $30.00 dos

Over the Rhine gets help from Joe Henry on new CD

The Long Surrender, the new studio album from the southern Ohio-based husband-and-wife team of multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Linford Detweiler and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Karin Bergquist, otherwise known as Over the Rhine, is something rare and wondrous — an intimate epic. The fan-funded record, to be released January 11, 2011 on OtR’s own Great Speckled Dog label (named for the couple’s Great Dane, Elroy), marks 20 years since their 1991 debut. It’s the bountiful result of a collaboration between the couple and Joe Henry, whose songs they’ve long admired.

“Joe has been quietly making records (well not that quietly, he has won at least two Grammys) that don’t sound like other records bring made in 2010,” says Detweiler. “They are a little bit dark and cinematic and funky and unpredictable. It seems like he loves to help performers who have already covered a lot of miles — Mavis Staples, Elvis Costello, Solomon Burke, Loudon Wainwright III, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Mose Allison, Allen Toussaint — rediscover the soul of what they do in a new light.” The Long Surrender was recorded at Henry’s Garfield House studio in South Pasadena, Calif.

“With The Long Surrender, our vision was to make a record we couldn’t imagine in advance,” says Detweiler. “We wanted to be surprised. We wanted to remain open, let the record unfold in real time. Fortunately, Joe loves to be surprised as well.”

The album’s title “speaks to our ongoing desire to let go of certain expectations — and much of what we are convinced we know for sure — in favor of remaining open and curious,” Bergquist explains. “It seems like so many of our friends are currently wrestling with various forms of ‘letting go,’ so hopefully the ideas conjured by the title feel somewhat universal. And I think the title speaks to the arc of a lifetime commitment to writing and performing regardless of recognition. Learning when to work and when to let go. Learning to leave room for grace to billow our sails occasionally. Learning not to white-knuckle everything.”

In his liner notes, as much free verse as prose, Henry writes, “Before their arrival on my turf, my communication with them had been a fast flurry of emails, occasional phone conferences and songs that I’d find sporadically in my morning inbox. I had pictured Karin and Linford in the attic of their Civil War-era house in the rural outskirts of Cincinnati, huddled beneath a swinging bare bulb, shooing away pigeons and confiding songs-in-progress into an old German-made reel-to-reel recorder . . . I am not suggesting that these songs as I first heard them sounded in any way anachronistic, but rather that they shimmered in some amber band of light that stood outside of time . . . hung like blue smoke in rafters. And Karin and Linford brought with them, in fact, the greatest gift one can bring to a collaborative outing — that being an abiding faith in and a continuing wonder at the mystery involved in the process.”

The May 2010 sessions at The Garfield House enlisted drummer Jay Bellerose, bassist David Piltch, pedal steel and all-things-stringed player Greg Leisz, keyboard sound-scapists Keefus Cianca and Patrick Warren and Joe’s son Levon on tenor sax, along with soul singers James Gilstrap, Niki Haris and Jean McClain. Lucinda Williams, of whom Detweiler and Bergquist are longtime fans, traded lines with Bergquist on the song “Undamned,” which evokes a campfire gathering under a canopy of stars in a John Ford Western.

Even more than their earlier records, The Long Surrender seamlessly interweaves the disparate strains that form the many-colored crazy quilt of American music. “We’re really only reflecting what we’ve already heard,” Detweiler explains, “a mix of all the music we grew up with and were drawn to . . . But when this music is reflected back to the listener through the filter of our own particular lives, it hopefully becomes a different experience for those with ears to hear.”

As Henry puts it, “We settled for luminance over order, a terse beauty and a smeared-lipstick brand of soul. . . I am not in the business of dispelling mysteries, only abiding them when invited. Mystery is life’s strange and glorious weather, so to speak. And this time, Over the Rhine brought it with them.”

Over the Rhine will preview The Long Surrender over a series of fall tour dates, the centerpiece of which is “Over the Rhine Across the West” <http://www.flyingunderradar.com/rails/FT10LS.htm>, a five-day music festival held November 5-10 aboard railroad cars from Los Angeles to Santa Fe, across the Mohave Desert, tracing the lines of Route 66, “the Mother Road,” and then by chartered motor-coach to the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, Winslow, AZ and the Grand Canyon, before re-boarding for the return trip. Also featured are Lucy Wainwright Roche, Mickey Grimm and Swan Dive, as well as photographer Michael Wilson and naturalist Lynn Neal.

Other fall and winter shows:

Fri., Nov. 12  LOS ANGELES, CA Troubadour *
Sat., Nov. 13   SAN FRANCISCO, CA Great American Music Hall *
Mon, Nov. 15  EUGENE, OR W.O.W. Hall *
Wed., Nov. 17  PORTLAND, OR Aladdin Theater *
Fri.-Sun., Nov. 19, 20 & 21  SEATTLE, WA Triple Door *
Fri., Dec. 3  MARION, OH Palace Theatre   
Sat., Dec. 4  KENT, OH Kent Stage       
Sun., Dec. 5   ANN ARBOR, MI The Ark    
Tues., Dec. 7   COLUMBUS, OH Lincoln Theatre    
Fri., Dec. 10  LOUISVILLE, KY Bomhard Theater  
Sat., Dec. 11  CHICAGO, IL Old Town School of Folk Music (7 & 10 p.m.)
Fri., Dec. 17  CINCINNATI, OH The Long Surrender Premiere at the
Jarson-Kaplan Theatre  (in the Aronoff Center)  
Sat., Dec. 18    CINCINNATI, OH Taft Theatre (with special guest Joe Henry)
Sun., Dec. 19    NORWOOD, OH St. Elizabeth's  
(*shows with special guest Lucy Wainwright Roche)

Kristy Lee will perform at 5th Annual Woofstock

Alabama Firecracker Kristy Lee announces a performance at the 5th Annual Woofstock Concert Fundraiser and adds more dates to her current tour.

Dozens of dogs and their owners will be treated with a howling good time at the 5th Annual Woofstock Concert Fundraiser in Mobile, AL on Sunday, 10/24/10. This concert will raise money for the Animal Rescue Foundation.
Listen to a few tracks of her new album Live At The Soul Kitchen HERE!
For a preview, check out the video of Kristy Lee performing her single “Hey Crazy” at Soul Kitchen in Mobile, Alabama HERE & Add "Hey Crazy" and "Late At Night" to your playlist NOW!
SEE KRISTY LEE LIVE
Oct 20: Blues Gills - Spanish Fort, AL
Oct 21: Bacchus - Mobile, AL
Oct 24: The 5th Annual Woofstock Concert - Mobile, AL
Oct 24: Boo Radley's [Woofstock After-Party] - Mobile, AL
Nov 4: Bacchus - Mobile, AL
Nov 12: AJ's Bar & Grill - Jacksonville, FL
Nov 13: PLAY Ybor - Tampa, FL
Nov 18: Club Tribute - New Orlean, LA
Nov 19: Sue Ellen’s - Dallas, TX
Nov 20: Sadie's Nightclub - Lafayette, LA


WHO IS KRISTY LEE?
That mighty rumble you hear coming out of Alabama is none other than Kristy Lee. Her voice like thunder, rolling in before a sweet southern rain, instantly washes the world away. Kristy Lee's unique rhythms are absolutely nourishing, clean, pure, and unapologetic. This woman means it when she takes her voice out to play! This Alabama girl can pack a house in any state. Tough luck sticking her in a category, because when it comes to writing songs, she has no limits!

The White Buffalo Announces Tour Dates

The White Buffalo announces even more US and Canadian Tour Dates - including shows opening for Mishka, Angus and Julia Stone and full band dates - supporting his newest EP Prepare for Black & Blue out this fall via Ruff Shod/Nettwerk Records.
After years spent touring the Nation with acts from Gomez to Donavon Frankenreiter to State Radio and with two releases under his belt that have sold over 20,000 combined physical records, The White Buffalo emerges with an EP of tirelessly road tested new material showcasing his stripped down, unmistakable sound.
To catch a glimpse the live White Buffalo experience, watch this live video of EP track "Into the Sun." Listen for White Buffalo's "The Matador" in the season finale of Sons of Anarchy.
The White Buffalo Tour Dates
Oct 21 - The Independent - San Francisco, CA *
Oct 22 - the Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA *
Oct 24 - St Rocke - Hermosa Beach, CA
Oct 25 - Belly Up - Solana Beach, CA *
Oct 28 - Opera House - Toronto, ON &
Oct 29 - Le National - Montreal, QC &
Oct 30 - Le Cercle - Quebec City, QC &
Nov 8 - Club Congress - Tucson, AZ #
Nov 10 - Lambert's - Austin, TX #
Nov 11 - Chelsea's - Baton Rouge, LA #
Nov 12 - The Shed - Lafayette, LA #
Nov 13 - The Shed - Mobile, AL #
Nov 15 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX #
Nov 16 - the Hydrant - Denton, TX #
Nov 20 - Zooeys - Ventura, CA #
* w/ Mishka
& w/ Angus and Julia Stone
# w/ full band
More fall tour dates to be announced soon

Who is The White Buffalo:
The White Buffalo represents an authentic homage to the times of hard touring, hard drinking artists who truly lived what they sang about. Seamlessly moving from heartfelt ballads to raucous bar songs, The White Buffalo sings with honesty and thoughtful reflection as he wanders the road, sharing his music.  Everything about him is big, from his imposing physical size to his amazing vocal range.  From his whiskey-drenched, growling lows to heart-stopping highs, The White Buffalo paints a touching picture, whether he stands alone or performs with his energetic, charismatic band.
After vigorously road testing his new material, The White Buffalo is releasing his latest EP, Prepare for Black & Blue on Ruff Shod Records, State Radio's imprint label through Nettwerk, this fall. Produced by Jimmy Messer, this collection of songs showcases The White Buffalo's stripped down unmistakable sound.

'GYPSY JAZZ FAMILY TRIBUTE' at The Django Reinhardt NY Festival

"Gypsy Jazz" is a family tradition passed on from one generation to another and so it was with the SCHMITT family coming from the Strasbourg area of  France, near Germany.  George, father of legendary gypsy guitarist Dorado Schmitt, while virtually unknown for his talent as guitarist and violinist outside the area he lived, taught his son Dorado who taught his sons Samson and now young Amati only 14 years old...keeping the tradition of hot gypsy jazz alive.  To all of them, Django Reinhardt was a God of music in whose footsteps all gypsy musicians walked.

To see Dorado, Samson and Amati (who will debuted in the US at the Festival ) is to see how it all works, side by side.   It is in the family blood, a part of the customs and culture, a sharing and passing down from one member to another....very much a part of gypsy life.  George Schmitt passed away this year and so the Django Reinhardt NY Festival celebrates his influence on his family thru music. Birdland will host the Schmitt Family Tribute, performing in memory of of the elder George Schmitt. The Festival is Produced by Pat Philips and Ettore Stratta and going into its 11th year and has taken the US by storm thru tours connected to the Festival each year which has taken stars of the Festival to the Kennedy Center, Disney Hall in LA, The San Franciso Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, Chicago Symphony Hall, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts and much more.  It has caused a resurgence of 'gypsy jazz' in America with other festivals and concerts springing up all over, greatly due to the enormous talent of lead gypsy guitarist, legendary Dorado Schmitt who has been a part of the presentations for over 9 years and will be here again this November.

The Schmitts will be joined by bassist Xavier Nikq and violinist Pierre Blanchard from France and master jazz pianist Peter Beets from Holland.  As always there will be a Special Guest each night starting with renowned Russian cellist Borislav Strulev opening night Nov. 2 who will perform "Nuages", Django's most important composition, with an arrangement by top musician Roger Kellaway.  On Nov. 3rd will be swinging saxist Anat Cohen, Nov. 4th beautiful young talent Miguel Zenon also on sax , Nov. 5th Colombian jazz harpist Edmar Castaneda returning by special demand, Nov. 6th David Langlois on washboard percussion, and the fabulous Joel Frahm on sax Nov. 7th.  The beautiful and wonderful vocalist Hilary Kole will step in as well as a surprise on some nights.

George Schmitt may not be a 'star', but his family will shine on him brightly this year at the Django Reinhardt NY Festival at Birdland.  HOT GYPSY JAZZ dating back to the 20's and 30's in Europe when great gypsy guitarist DJANGO REINHARDT met and performed with virtuoso violinist STEPHANE GRAPPELLI changed music forever and created the one of the most memorable musical partnerships in musical history.  This will all be re-created at Birdland Nov. 2-7 and remains music that is ever exciting, creative, original in style and very cutting edge while it still incorporates beautiful melody and romance through the brilliant virtuosity of the players.

On sale at the Festival will be the new CD, Dorado Schmitt and The Django Reinhardt NY Festival Allstars "Live at the Kennedy Center". 

Birdland:  315 West 44th Street (bet 8th and 9th Avenues)
Reservations:  212 581 - 3080
Shows 8:30 and 11:00 pm (tues. thru sunday)

Upcoming Shows at the Boulder Theater - 10.19

Here is what shows are coming up at the Boulder Theater as of September 28th.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. All additions and changes are in blue.

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Wed Oct 20 The North Face Speaker Series feat. Karina Hollekim
7:00 pm AA / GA $8 / VIP $20
Thu Oct 21 Colorado Daily & KGNU Old Grass Nu Grass Presents
9:00 pm Mountain Standard Time feat. Special Guest MICHAEL KANG
w/ YAMN
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $12 dos
Fri Oct 22 Boulder Weekly & KGNU Present
8:00 pm David Bromberg Quartet
w/ Felonius Smith
21+ / GA $30 / Reserved $36.50
Sat Oct 23
Boulder Weekly Presents
7:30 pm Wootstock- 3 Hours of Geeks & Music feat. Adam Savage, Paul and Storm
w/ Special Guest Phil Plait
AA / GA $25 / Reserved $30 / Gold Circle $35
Sat. Oct 25 97.3 KBCO, Westword and Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm Ingrid Michaelson
w/ Guggenheim Grotto
AA / GA $22 adv / GA $26 dos
Tues Oct 26 KUNC & NPR Present
7:30 pm Early Show:  David Sedaris
AA / GA $46 adv (8/6 - 9/1) / GA $51 (starting 9/1) / Reserved $56.50 / Gold Circle $66.50
Tues. Oct 26 Colorado Daily, Radio 1190 & Twist & Shout Present
10:00 pm Dr. Dog
w/ Here We Go Magic
AA / GA $22.50 adv / GA $26 dos
Wed Oct 27 Ch. 93.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm
Gogol Bordello
w/ Forro In The Dark
AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos
Thurs Oct 28 Ch. 93.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm
Gogol Bordello
w/ Forro In The Dark
AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos
Fri Oct 29 97.3 KBCO, Westword And Twist & Shout Present
9:00pm DeVotchka
w/ Snake Rattle Rattle Snake
AA / GA $34.50
Sat. Oct 30 97.3 KBCO, Westword And Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm DeVotchka
w/ Snake Rattle Rattle Snake
AA / GA $34.50
Sun Oct 31 KGNU & Marquee Magazine Present
8:00 pm Hot Rize
w/ Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers
AA / GA $32.50 / Reserved $40
Wed. Nov 3 The Daily Camera, Colorado Daily, KUVO & Twist & Shout Present
7:00 pm Omara Portuondo (of Bueno Vista Social Club)
80th Birthday Celebration
AA / GA $35
Thurs Nov 4 AEG Live Presents
8:00 pm Bob Saget
21+ / GA $51 / Reserved $58
Fri. Nov 5
Boulder Weekly & KGNU Present
8:00 pm Playing For Change Band
AA / GA $30 / Reserved $35 / Gold Circle $4
Sat. Nov 6 Women's Health Present
6:30 / 7:30 pm An Evening with Broad Comedy
AA / GA $25 / Reserved $55 / VIP $85
Pre-sale - 09/04
Mon. Nov 8
Communikey, KGNU, Cultural Institute & UnSound Present
7:00 pm Polanski Shorts
w/ Live Score by Sza/Za
AA / GA $15.50 / Reserved $24.50
Tue Nov 9- Sun Nov 14
Multiple Times Warren Miller's Wintervention
AA/ GA $26 
Fri Nov 19
Westword Presents
9:00 pm The Last Waltz Revisited feat. Polytoxic
w/ The Denver Horns, Hazel Miller, Buck Perigo performing Alice's Restaurant
21+/ GA $15 adv / GA $17.50 dos
Fri Nov 26 Westword and Twist & Shout Present
8:00 pm
Trace Bundy
w/ Sungha Jung
AA / GA $17.50 / GA $23.50
Sat Nov 27 Nalandabodhi Presents
10:00 am Rebel Buddha
featuring Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
AA / GA $50 / Reserved $65 / Premium $90 / Supporter $200
Sat. Dec 4
KUVO & Boulder Weekly Present
8:00 pm John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension
AA / GA $41 / Reserved $51.50 / Gold Circle $61.50
Wed Dec 8 Ignite Boulder 13
7:00 pm 21+ / *All tickets sold via Ignite*
Fri Dec 17
Face Holiday Show
7:00 pm AA / STU $15 / GA $20.75 / Reserved $26.75
Fri Dec 31 Radio 1190 Presents
9:00 pm Crystal Castles
AA / GA $60
Sat Jan 22
97.3 KBCO Presents
8:00 pm
B.B. King
21+/ GA $77.50/ Reserved $96.50/ Gold Circle $124.50
Thur Jan 27 97.3 KBCO & Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 PM Old 97's
w/ Langhorne Slim
AA / GA $20 adv / GA $23.50 dos

Upcoming Shows at the Fox Theatre - 10.12

Here is what shows are upcoming at have at the Fox Theater as of September 28th.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. All additions and changes are in blue.

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Tues Oct 12  KGNU & Boulder Weekly Present

9:00 pm Caribou
w/ Emeralds, D Numbers (DJ Set)
AA / GA$15 adv / GA $20 dos
Wed Oct 13 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm
Greensky  Bluegrass
w/ Pete Kartsounes Band
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Thurs Oct 14 97.3 KBCO,  Boulder Weekly and Twist & Shout Presents
9:00 pm Tea Leaf Green
w/ Truth & Salvage Co., Celestial Hoedown
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Fri. Oct 15 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
8:30 pm FUN.
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Great American Taxi announces 2010 fall tour

Revered as one of the most energetic country-, rock- and bluegrass-influenced Americana bands in the land, Great American Taxi announces tour dates that will feature some of the most innovative and acclaimed players currently on the jamband/newgrass and Americana scenes.

Taxi’s Fall Harvest Tour will showcase the exceptional instrumental and versatile vocal abilities of Drew Emmitt, who will bring his mandolin virtuosity appearing with both Leftover Salmon and his own Drew Emmitt Band. The latter is on the October 29 bill in Englewood, CO. Emmitt will team with (The String Cheese Incident) as Billy NershiNershi-Emmitt to perform with Taxi for one night only at the Wow Hall in Eugene, OR, on November 7.

Modern troubadour Todd Snider continues to add concert dates with Great American Taxi. Snider brings his guitar, piano, and harmonica along with his stellar musicianship and treasured lyrics to the stage with Taxi and the Drew Emmitt Band on October 29 and Leftover Salmon, October 30 in Denver.  Snider is currently criss-crossing the country playing dates in support of his recent release The Excitement Plan.

David Nelson Band brings its exploratory improvisational jam sessions to November 12 and 14 dates in Sebastopol, CA, and Ukiah, CA, respectively. The group features Nelson (New Riders of the Purple Sage) on guitar and vocals; Barry Sless (Phil Lesh and Friends) on pedal steel and guitar; Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna) on bass and vocals; and John Molo (Phil Lesh and Friends) on drums and Mookie Siegel on keyboard, accordion and vocals.

Taxi’s latest CD release, Reckless Habits, climbed to No. 3 and remains in the Top Ten for spins on both the Jambands.com radio chart and the Colorado radio chart, complemented by two months in the Top 25 on the Americana radio chart.


GREAT AMERICAN TAXI ON THE ROAD, 2010
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Wed., Oct. 27  FORT COLLINS, CO w/Oakhurst
Fri., Oct. 29  ENGLEWOOD, CO Gothic Theatre w/Todd Snider and Drew Emmitt Band
Sat., Oct. 30   DENVER, CO Fillmore Auditorium w/Leftover Salmon and Todd Snider
Sun., Oct. 31   AVON, CO Agave
Tue., Nov. 2   BILLINGS, MT Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.
Wed., Nov. 3   LIVINGSTON, MT The Mint
Thurs., Nov. 4   MISSOULA, MT Top Hat
Fri., Nov. 5   PORTLAND, OR Mt. Tabor Theater
Sat., Nov. 6   BEND, OR Silver Moon Brewing Co.
Sun., Nov. 7  EUGENE, OR Sam Bond's Garage w/Emmit-Nershi Band
Tue., Nov. 9   APPLEGATE, OR Applegate Lodge
Wed., Nov. 10   ARCATA, CA Humbrews
Thurs., Nov. 11   BERKELEY, CA Ashkenaz w/David Nelson Band
Fri., Nov. 12   SEBASTOPOL, CA Hopmonk Tavern w/David Nelson Band
Sat., Nov. 13   SANTA CRUZ, CA Moe’s Alley
Sun., Nov. 14   UKIAH, CA Nelson Family Vineyards w/David Nelson Band