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Upcoming Events at American Beauty NYC

Submitted by American Beauty NYC on Fri, 05/19/2017 - 1:12 pm

Coinciding with Phish’s 13-night run at Madison Square Garden, American Beauty NYC announced a run of shows occurring before and after the Baker’s Dozen shows. Located one block from MSG, American Beauty is a multi-room live music space & craft beer bar serving a free personal pizza with every drink purchase. The venue is named after The Grateful Dead’s acclaimed 1970 studio album and is a popular hangout spot for the jam band community in NYC.

nugs.tv Tonight: Dopapod & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

Submitted by nugs.net on Sat, 01/28/2017 - 3:06 pm

Funk, Rock, Electronic ENERGY: These four Pigeons bring it every night. Based out of Baltimore, MD, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has an undeniably unique and versatile live sound that ascends peaks of musical ecstasy. Their evolving arrangement of original compositions, psychedelic improvisational jams, and contagious smiles have 'The Flock' growing and coming back for more. With no end in sight, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is here to bring the party with their danceable electro-funk grooves and infectious ability to bring positive energy to any environment.

The Mishawaka Amphitheatre Turns 100!

Submitted by The Mishawaka on Thu, 01/07/2016 - 10:26 am

Two themes have remained constant at Mishawaka Amphitheatre over the years: music and community. Homesteaded in 1916 by Walter S. Thompson (and originally called “Thompson’s Resort”), Mishawaka Amphitheatre has provided a memorable gathering spot for Colorado residents and visitors to enjoy food and beverage, art, music, and spectacular natural surroundings for 100 years.

Gregg Allman | Boulder Theater | Review

Submitted by underwoodschumm on Wed, 10/21/2015 - 5:14 pm

The nostalgia that takes hold when an artist like Gregg Allman rolls into town is unavoidable, and really, why would you want to avoid it at all? Coyotus Maximus brought along his newest band for two sold-out shows at the Boulder Theater last week, mixing up old songs with new tricks. Having a lifetime’s worth of material to choose from, Gregg and company spread open the songbook and presented a different set of retrospective hits each night.

Peter Rowan featuring Ramblin' Jack Elliot

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Sat, 12/20/2014 - 6:24 am

Bluegrass singer/songwriter Peter Rowan makes his way around the whole United States performing intimate gigs and festival headliners on a regular basis. Rowan is generally touring with multiple different projects at once and in the studio. He’s released four original albums since 2010 including with his bluegrass band, his Twang an’ Groove project and solo. The bluegrass icon began his career in 1965 when he was hired by founding father of bluegrass Bill Monroe into his Bluegrass Boys band.

Poor Man's Whiskey: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band

Submitted by underwoodschumm on Thu, 11/27/2014 - 8:09 am

The marquee reads “Poor Man’s Whiskey: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band,” and the assumption that they’re no more than a cover band is understandable. Helping fuel the fire is their history of playing The Fox Theater with their renditions of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” and the music of Old and In The Way. What the casual passerby doesn’t understand, however, is that there’s much more to this band than rehashing their favorite artists and albums on stage.

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.

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