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The Motet Announces Fall 2015 Tour Dates

Submitted by LiveLoud on Tue, 07/21/2015 - 1:18 pm

Today, The Motet announces their Fall 2015 tour dates.  The progressive funk collective will unveil their brand new “Mixtape 1977” set over Halloween weekend in four Midwest cities. This marks the first Halloween on the road for The Motet. Meanwhile, fans along the Colorado Front Range can look forward to the launch of a new tradition, The Motet’s “Hometown Hustle,” at the Ogden Theatre on November 13 and 14.

The Motet & Lettuce Funk the Rain!

Submitted by Philip Emma on Fri, 06/19/2015 - 1:21 pm

It was a gorgeous day while tailgating in the south lot at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, but as most people know, Colorado weather is very unpredictable. The weather turned fast, but not before the two openers: DJ Jazzy Jeff and Exmag got their sets in. There was a lot of talent in the lineup and a huge buzz around town regarding this show.

Pardee Palooza Announces 2015 Lineup

Submitted by Eminence Ensemble on Tue, 06/16/2015 - 1:15 pm

PardeePalooza is an annual music and camping festival at State Bridge Amphitheater in Bond, CO (just outside of Vail, CO) to honor Tony Pardee Seibert who sadly passed in an avalanche last January, 2014 in the East Vail Chutes. We invite anyone any everyone to the beautiful venue of State Bridge Amphitheater to celebrate and honor Tony with friends, family and a fantastic weekend of music, camping, and more!

Sonic Bloom Is Only Days Away: Final Headliner Announced

Submitted by Blooming Footprint on Wed, 06/10/2015 - 10:22 am

The clock is ticking as we approach the final days before our 10 Year Family Reunion at Hummingbird Ranch over the summer solstice!

Today we are thrilled to announce the addition of The Motet as our final headliner on the already stacked line-up. Coming off their SOLD OUT Red Rocks show this past weekend, you bet they will bring their A-game to SONIC BLOOM to add some down-and-dirty Colorado funk to our eclectic 2015 line-up!!

The Motet w/ Keller Williams | The Fillmore

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Sat, 02/14/2015 - 2:15 pm

Last Friday at The Fillmore in San Francisco, I felt right at home. As a Colorado native who moved to the Bay Area just three months ago it’s been an incredible transition and vast discovery process with the amount of incredible local and national musical talent that plays here constantly. Last Friday was humbling on multiple levels. It was the debut Fillmore performance of my favorite improvisational funk band The Motet.

The Everyone Orchestra Celebrates Cervantes' 12th Anniversary

Submitted by Philip Emma on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 4:47 pm

Conductor Matt Butler is a genius! However he got inspired to come up with this idea of improvisational conducting talented musicians was brilliant. The reason that I say this is because it is very pleasant and beneficial to all parties when musicians are happier than the crowd. Everyone wins! There are only a few inspirational times when that happens. I see it when I am at major festivals and musicians are collaborating, or I see it in super jams such as the Everyone Orchestra.

Colorado’s Best Take Off in the Dance Party Time Machine

Submitted by Philip Emma on Thu, 11/20/2014 - 5:01 pm

As we feel the weather changing around us, and we realize that Thanksgiving is in the air, we also must celebrate a few other traditions, like revisiting the Last Waltz, or listening to Arlo Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant” on Thanksgiving Day. In Colorado, we now have another tradition around this time of year, invented by the minds of J2G Productions. In the spirit of the Last Waltz, we have our own all-star jam called the Dance Party Time Machine. This machine, escorts the audience through a timeless tale of dance music through a sixty year period.

Must See Sunday - Analog Son at Cervantes

Submitted by Charles Sokoloff on Sat, 10/11/2014 - 6:45 pm

I moved to Colorado in 2010 to pursue my Masters degree in education. I chose CU because it had a strong program for my discipline, but I’d be lying if I said the town of Boulder, itself, held no sway in my decision. Having wandered in a proverbial desert of live music for five years, I was a deeply dehydrated Deadhead who needed an oasis to slake my thirst. Occasionally, a noteworthy band played at The Santa Fe Brewing Company or an hour south at one of Albuquerque’s few ramshackle venues, but these were rare occasions.