The latest release from the Band of Heathens shows the group taking things further in terms of versatility of style, and demonstrating a certain maturity in songwriting and production. Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster’s Son is a refined melding of the five member’s individual talents, and a step into some new territory.
On a raw, soggy Wednesday night, an army of San Franciscans donning thick cardigans and even thicker horn rimmed glasses peruse Café de Nord's intricate wainscoting and hand carved mahogany bar as The Love Language plugs in. Along with orchestral Dan Deacon and eclectic veterans Yo La Tango, Love Lan
eTown presented another amazing show at the Boulder Theater on Valentine’s day, saving me from the alternative, a romantic home cooked meal (aka cabbage and salmon quiche- my boyfriends favorite) Relieved and excited, I rolled into the theater around 7 and could hear Martin Sexton warming the crowed up already.
A lot of the people in attendance at the Public Enemy/Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe show in Denver this Saturday were surprised to find out KDTU was headlining the show (the advertisements led one to believe otherwise).
Everything a live music fan could ever hope for converges this July 14-17 at the 15th Annual All Good Music Festival and Campout on Marvin's Mountaintop in Masontown, WV. The initial list of artists confirmed for this year's All Good Festival include:
Due to high-demand, Hangout Music Festival will offer a payment plan for fans looking for a flexible budgeting option. 3-day passes to the Hangout (May 20-22, 2011) can now be made in 3 easy payments, starting at 10 am EST Friday, February 18th.
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There is just something about the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver that brings out the best in Umphreys McGee. The Chicago prog-rockers have made this exalted venue a mainstay each year since 2005, and each performance has outdone the last. This should come as no surprise to those who know the band, since they are performing brilliantly these days and have yet to e
SXSW is thrilled to announce Yoko Ono as a very special featured speaker for the 25th Music Conference and Festival. Ms. Ono will sit down with Jody Denberg for a SXSW Interview on Friday March 18th. From her pioneering work in the Fluxus movement of the 1960s to the recent Imagine Peace Tower in Iceland, Ono's art has challenged and informed, melding the personal to the universal in simple and unique ways. Her marriage and creative collaboration with John Lennon was a love story played out on the global stage.
Boulder sure loves them some Amos Lee. The singer/songwriter from Philadelphia turned up the heat for Saturday’s sold out audience at the Boulder Theater. Lee’s sweet blend of Folk and R&B, spanning four studio albums, fully satiated his devout Colorado audience.