Andy Stonehouse

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  • 12 years ago | Music News

    I knew the band was something special, that's why I've been in it for four and a half years," says Matthew Winter, bassist for Los Angeles-based Rooney, of his band's rapid ascent. The group has grown from local favorite to second-stage upstart at...

  • 14 years ago | Music News

    After a decade of working to make a name for herself in the heart of the Denver music scene, local folk-country artist Celeste Krenz is heading for the bright lights of Nashville. But unlike all of those starry-eyed girls with guitars boarding Ten...

  • 14 years ago | Music News

    Proving that there's more to music in the High Country than après-ski singers doing Jimmy Buffett covers, the Vail-bred rap-rock quartet Sucker, Friday, December 15, at Tulagi, has spent the last three years establishing itself as one of th...

  • 14 years ago | Music News

    The last time William Topley was in Colorado, he almost froze his ass off. It was a week before Christmas in the faux-Swiss theme-park surroundings of Vail Village, and a clearly pissed-off-looking Topley was preparing to play a nighttime outdoor ...

  • 14 years ago | Music News

    When he began a career in the brave new world of New Wave, Joe Jackson, Saturday, December 9, at the Paramount Theatre, seemed poised for long-term success in the vein of equally iconoclastic contemporaries like Elvis Costello and Graham Parker. B...

  • 15 years ago | Music News

    It's convenient to know that our apparently unassuming and placid northern neighbors are so easily irritated. When cornered -- ask them if they keep polar bears as pets or why that stupid-sounding "eh" pops up, Tourette's-like, in conversation, fo...