On Tour

Who’s bad? Michael Jackson comes to Boulder (sort of)

My first interaction with a live music concert was in 1984 at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, where I saw the Victory tour as a young kid. I still remember it vividly to this day. My family and I had to park so far away from the stadium because it was so crowded, and we hiked it for several miles to get there.

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Disco Biscuits Mile High at the Ogden Theater

After tearing up Boulder, the Disco Biscuits moved their way a bit South to Denver before their big

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Jackie Greene | Fox Theater | Boulder, CO | 1/13/2011 | Review

My wife and I are both Deadheads. Neither of us gets out to shows as much as we used to now that we have a family, but a few years ago I bought her a Phil and Friends ticket for Christmas. She got to go to the show while I stayed home and watched the kids.

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Keller Williams & Marc Broussard | eTown

I had never attended a live eTown radio show before, and didn’t know whether to expect a “Prairie Home Companion” type experience or a full-blown concert. What I found was the best of both worlds; insightful interviews intermixed with live music and an enthusiastic crowed.

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Disco Biscuits Bring It: Rare & Out There

The first night started out surprisingly quiet around the Boulder Theater, although the crowd packed in quickly after the opener.

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The Band of Heathens @ Oskar Blues | 1/7/2011

On Friday night The Band of Heathens played to a full room at Oskar Blues in Lyons, Colorado. The Austin, Texas based gang unleashed their brand of southern rock, alt-country, Americana, or whatever you want to call it on full house of fervent fans.

An Evening w/ Jeff Tweedy @ the Boulder Theater

A semi-circle of six acoustic guitars with a microphone in the center shone down on by natural, uncolored stage lights faced the crowd. Show-goers enthusiastically bantered in anticipation and sipped their drinks.

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Cope-acetic in Colorado | Citizen Cope in Boulder

On Saturday night Clarence Greenwood, aka Citizen Cope made a solo acoustic appearance before a sold-out crowd at the Fox Theatre in Boulder.

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High Energy Bluegrass to Ring in the New Year

In a rare New Year’s Eve performance, Cornmeal took the stage at Durty Nellie’s in Palatine, IL on 12/31/2010.  Born and raised in the area, the hometown crowd embraced the progressive jamgrass bluegrass five piece band that cranked out some covers and beloved originals. 


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