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Leftover Salmon Helps to Celebrate the Fox's 20th Anniversary

The first thing a salmon does from birth is establish its home.

Second Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up At The Movies

Dead.net is excited to announce the Second Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up At The Movies! This year we'll be screening the full (and amazing) unreleased concert from 7-18-89 Alpine Valley.

Bob Weir, Chris Robinson & Jackie Greene | Boulder Theater | 6/1/12

Bob Weir, Chris Robinson, and Jackie Greene have decided to embark on a very special journey together, and will no doubt be a treat for anyone lucky enough to catch this once in a lifetime performance.

With a touring history that has made him one of the most traveled road musicians of all time and a restless music personality that has kept him occupied for over 50 years, Weir knows a thing or two about staying fresh and living in the moment.

Los Lobos | Boulder Theater | 3/9/2012 | Review and Photos

Los Lobos played an intimate acoustic performance on Friday night at the Boulder Theater. The Mexican-American rock and roll band who are probably best known for their work on the “La Bamba” soundtrack brought the house down, but had a bit of a hard time keeping the show fully acoustic. The theater broke out the auxiliary chair stash for the performance, filling in the normally empty floor section.

Leftover Salmon | Fox Theater | 3/7/2012 | Review

Many different bands could be sited as having created the Boulder music sound. Since the 1970s and even before, Boulder has been an outlet for “freaks” everywhere to unite and be free in artistic creation and expression. Along with having a large population of young people from University of Colorado’s Boulder campus, the spirit of the town itself has always been young, wild, and free. Of all the artistic mediums, Boulder’s live music scene and support has always seemed strongest.

Drive-By Truckers | Fox Theater | 3/10/12 | Review & Photos

The Drive-By Truckers don’t play mediocre live shows. It’s pretty much a guarantee that any given audience in any given city is set to have their collective mind blown as they sit in a jam-packed theater, watching the techs set up the mics and guitars and set out the signature bottles of Jack Daniels and Patron on their respective stations on the stage. It’s a sure bet on ticket-money well spent—assuming you’re a fan of ass-kicking southern rock and roll.

Bonobo | Fox Theatre | 2/24/12 | Review

Embrace is the term that best summarizes the exchange between Bonobo and his audience, a welcoming and adoption of the noise that surrounds listeners. Simon Green, a UK native, is a pioneer and mastermind of the downtempo/trip hop sound that is Bonobo. Usually accompanied with a live band, Green holds his ground gracefully above the bass.

Dark Star Orchestra | Revolution | Fort Lauderdale, FL | Review

Being relatively young compared to most at tonight’s Dark Star Orchestra's show you would be correct in assuming I was never able to see the Grateful Dead in their entirety.

Yonder Mountain String Band with Larry Keel, at The Jefferson Theater

I’ve mentioned a number of times how musically-diverse I find Charlottesville, Virginia to be.. On any given nite, one may find a large variety of live music available..

Phish 2012 Summer Tour | Worcester, Atlantic City, SPAC, Jones Beach, Alpine, Deer Creek

Phish has just announced their 2012 summer tour dates.  Phish will start their tour in Worcester, MA on June 17th -- ending up in Saratoga Springs for a 3 night run at SPAC.Highlights include: Deek Creek, Alpine Valley, Cuyahoga Falls, OH and a 4th of July show at Jones Beach. You will find the entire tour dates, prices, etc.