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Rubblebucket | Lincoln Hall | Chicago, IL | 3/22/12 | Review & Pics

Winter ends and the grounds warm to the seeds that bring spring time.  Sowing seeds of lyrical genius into a flower of disco colors and glowing lights is the best way I can describe the Rubblebucket Chicago show at Lincoln Hall on 3/22/2012.  Growing from the opening solo act of Kellen and Me to the coastal beach rock tunes of The

Martin Sexton | Ogden Theater | Denver, CO | Review & Photos

Martin Sexton is a powerhouse of sound. He can easily fill a room, and every heart therein, and he don’t need no stinking band. His songwriting ability and vocal abilities come through solid on his records, but live on stage is the proper way to experience Sexton.

Greyboy Allstars | Boulder Theater | 3/31/12 | Review & Photos

The status of the touring scene in the U.S. has seen quite a few changes since the “come-back” of the jam band in the early nineties.

Dr. John: Locked Down | CD Review

Despite the title “Locked Down” Dr.

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GWAR | Fox Theater | Boulder, CO | Review & Photos

The transformation is complete. I now believe. All hail our extra-terrestrial overlords! The Marquee read "GWAR." It was dark when I arrived, when I took my place in the line of crust punks and metal heads stretching over fifty feet out from the box office. We who were not already inside were salivating in anticipation for the ritual blood bath to come.

Henry Rollins | Boulder Theater | March 27th, 2012 | Review

This week the stage at the Boulder Theater was eclipsed by the looming shadow of a performer with a gigantic reputation, one who has been in the spotlight for over three decades.  Dressed in his signature black jeans and black tee, Henry Rollins took center stage, adopted a rocker-like stance, and firmly wielded his weapon of choice: the microphone.  Initially it was difficult

Keller Williams: The Child Who Would Not Grow-Up | Review

Writers need inspiration. Second to inspiration, writers need misery; at least the writers I identify with.

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Joris Voorn & Nic Fanciulli | Stereo | Montreal, Canada | 3/23/12

Montreal’s club Stereo was rocked after-hours Friday night by two of the world’s premier DJs as Joris Voorn and Nic Fanciulli let loose a five hour co-set of electric dance music.

Jim Hanft: Weddings Or Funerals | Review

At first listen to Jim Hanft’s debut album, Weddings Or Funerals, one can tell that the singer-songwriter raised just outside Philadelphia has a passion for intimacy.  From start to finish, the album plays as something of an acoustic coffee shop session – with the occasional backing band thrown in the mix for a kick – to provide a warm, affecting collection of musical storytelling.

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Band of Heathens | Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom | 3/16/12

We turned onto Welton Street, in the Five Points section of Denver, and started looking for parking for the Band of Heathens show on Friday, and saw around eight police cars posted out in front of the venue. Upon finding a spot a few blocks away, we loaded the glass, negotiated our way through a couple of bands of mooching crackheads and over to Cervantes.

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