On Tour

Horse Feathers Bring Fuel, Forget the Spark

Before the luxury of pushing a button or selecting a setting to fabricate a sound or sound effect, musicians had to create the sounds they wanted themselves. Portland’s indie folk quartet Horse Feathers maintains these older standards, bringing a household hand saw to the instrumental line up and introducing violin bows and drum sticks to surfaces other than those intended.

John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension | 12/4/2010 | Review

After driving around downtown Boulder for about 20 minutes and finally finding a parking spot eight blocks away, I hurried through the crowds toward the Boulder Theatre.  The John McLaughlin concert on Saturday just happened to coincide with the city’s annual Christmas parade.

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DJ Shadow's "Shadowsphere" at the Ogden

It was a big weekend for me seeing Ghostland Observatory one night, DJ Shadow the next, and completing my girlfriend’s birthday weekend with Roger Waters performing The Wall (one of my top

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Roger Waters Performing The Wall | 12/3/2010

It was a night to remember in Oakland, December 3, 2010, the night Roger Waters was slated to play Pink Floyd’s historic album The Wall in its entirety. The Oracle Arena in Oakland was packed to maximum capacity, with standing room only.

Kristy Lee in the Bowery | 12/2/2010

Not to be confused with American Idol’s Kristy Lee Cook, Kristy Lee says she’s the real deal. Indeed, she is.

California Quartet, Dawes, Convey Timeless Americana

Greeting San Francisco’s The Independent with wide smiles and affectionate waves, country/folk quartet Dawes blessed the Saturday night crowd with golden vocals, sultry finger picking, and radiant, molten country jams evocative of Workingman’s Dead.  Riding rave reviews of their performances at Lollapalooza and Barnstormer,

Stars Pay Tribute to Jerry w/ Celestial Indie Rock

Awestruck by the immortal musicians lining Fillmore Auditorium’s corridors, 25 weeks pregnant Stars female vocalist Amy Millan, glowing and beaming, dedicated the Stars

HULAWEEN NIGHT TWO

I hear a lot of people bust on the fans of String Cheese Incident.  Have you had the same experience?  It’s weird..

HalloWEEN in Colorado

Some bands always seem to fly just under the radar much of their careers, with some varying success of album sales or tour popularity.  Quite possibly the greatest example of such is the quirky but talented group known as Ween.  Now in their 25th year making music together, Gene and Dean Ween have managed to create some odd and unique albums since their emergence in the late 80s/early 90s, but more importantly have managed to tour with extreme purpose and have gained a loyal following that crave the

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Dr. Dog Rocks Fillmore House Call

A wall of fog hangs over the Golden Gate, as jasmine bombards the olfactory system and a nippy gust foreshadows the crisp San Francisco eve.  Gothic chandeliers dip and dangle overhead the

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