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KBCO Announces Studio C Volume 29 Release Date & Track Listing

Submitted by KBCO on Fri, 11/10/2017 - 6:44 pm

The KBCO Studio C vault unveils 18 new treasures this holiday shopping season Saturday, December 2nd!  The annual KBCO charity CD features 18 songs recorded live on the air from the Denver/Boulder radio station’s performance studio.  97.3 KBCO handpicks a wide variety of songs from artists, who donate their time & talent, for their world famous KBCO Studio C Charity CD Series.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nights Sweats’ Live at Red Rocks due November 10

Submitted by Sacks and Company on Thu, 10/12/2017 - 10:55 am
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nights Sweats’ first-ever full-length concert recording, Live at Red Rocks, will be released November 10, 2017 on Stax Records. The blistering 18-song set was recorded on August 21, 2016, marking the one-year anniversary of their self-titled debut with a sold-out homecoming show at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the band’s first time headlining the revered venue.
 

Nathaniel Rateliff's In Memory of Loss on Vinyl

Submitted by Sacks and Company on Thu, 05/18/2017 - 6:46 am
Nathaniel Rateliff’s solo album, In Memory of Loss, will be reissued on Friday, May 19 via Concord Records. The album is remixed and remastered and features two additional tracks: “You Make All The Noise” and “Pounds and Pounds.” The release will also be available for the first time ever on vinyl as a 180 gram double LP with new album artwork.

Nathaniel Rateliff | Stubbs | Austin, Texas

Submitted by Caitlin St. Pierre on Tue, 05/10/2016 - 5:33 pm

The other day I heard a startling statistic - over 200 people move to Austin every day. As a native Austinite, this doesn’t rattle me in any way… it just gives me a sense of unease for the future of my city. There’s a reason that droves of people are attracted enough to this energy to move here every day, but will too many people dilute that essence, that thing about Austin that gets into your bones? I don’t know.

Newport Folk Festival 2015 | Review

Submitted by Matthew Shelter on Mon, 07/27/2015 - 1:04 pm

The revival of the venerable Newport Folk Festival continued with a very strong roster of artists this year that expanded once again the boundaries of what is “folk music.” Folk purists – the kind of people who booed Dylan when he went electric at the 1965 festival (this year was the 50th anniversary of that iconic set) – would probably have seen their heads explode if they caught My Morning Jacket’s surprise set on first night of this year’s gathering.

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