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John Legend

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:30 p.m. August 26

Neo soul master John Legend just oozes cool. Besides his outstanding solo work, the guy has played with Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys and Kanye West, won nine Grammy Awards and gives more money to charity than he spends on himself. Plus, Legend's music is of such a consistently high quality that... More >>

West Denver Suburbs R&B

Black Kids

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. August 23

In 2007, Black Kids caused a massive flurry in the music blogosphere. Their debut EP, Wizard of Ahhhs -- offered for free download on the group's Myspace page -- was an instant hit with critics and fans. The Kids delivered a unique synthesis of joyous music, fusing the Smiths' guitar jangle... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Melissa Etheridge

The Paramount Theatre : 8:00 p.m. August 26

If you are only concentrating on sexuality when it comes to Melissa Etheridge, you're missing a big boat of riffs and one of the most dynamic female rock voices of the past 30 years. Mixing equal parts Janis Joplin and Robert Plant, Etheridge has been making meaty rock since 1988's breakthrough... More >>

Downtown Denver Singer-Songwriter

NedFest

Jeff Guercio Memorial Baseball Field : August 23; August 24

If you’ve been missing out on the folksier segment of the Colorado music scene, head up Boulder Canyon to Nederland this weekend for the annual NedFest, where local NedHeds Jeff Austin & the Hear and Now, Drew Emmitt Band and Billy Nershi's Blue Planet, as well as national acts Robert... More >>

Boulder Rock, Funk, Festival, Bluegrass

Doc Martin

City Hall : August 23

From the mid-'80s to the early '90s, San Francisco was a Shangri-La of house music. It's where impresarios like Doc Martin got their start or continued their careers. Martin began spinning records in the summer of 1986, playing legendary eight-hour sets at such clubs as Flammable Liquid and... More >>

Central Denver EDM

Reggae on the Rocks

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 1:00 p.m. August 23

It's taken time and experience for Eric Rachmany to learn how to be comfortable in the spotlight. Rachmany, frontman for the Santa Barbara reggae outfit Rebelution, is soft-spoken and humble, a songwriter who's uncomfortable writing lyrics about his own experiences. Rachmany says he's dealt... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Reggae

John Brown's Body

Mishawaka Amphitheatre : 8:00 p.m. August 23

Despite the worldwide rise in reggae's popularity -- including the recent mega-success of Matisyahu -- it's still reasonable to be skeptical of a reggae band composed mostly of white guys. Nonetheless, while John Brown's Body doesn't have roots in Jamaica (the act is from Ithaca, New York), the... More >>

Mountains Rock, Reggae

Eli Young Band

Ogden Theatre : 9:00 p.m. August 23

The Eli Young Band is, by now, a household name, at least in households across North Texas, where three of its four members still reside, and in other households whose speakers blare with country. With each single released by the four-piece, formed in Denton in 2000 and led by lead singer Mike... More >>

Central Denver Country

Summer Nationals

Fiddler's Green Amphitheater : 6:00 p.m. August 24

Los Angeles punk outfit Bad Religion formed in 1980, not long after the Clash, the Ramones and Ireland's Stiff Little Fingers (also on this Summer Nationals bill) helped ignite a punk wildfire in the late '70s. Taking a few cues from those acts, Bad Religion carved out its own brand of... More >>

Southeast Denver Suburbs Rock, Punk

MC Frontalot

Larimer Lounge : August 25

There is definitely a niche audience for MC Frontalot who has been in the game since the early '00s. The Brooklyn-based lyricist's songs circle around self-deprecation and Internet tales, told through the MC's uber-intellectual wordplay. This non-traditional hip-hopper puts on an awkwardly... More >>

Downtown Denver Hip-Hop

Melissa Etheridge

Pikes Peak Center : 7:00 p.m. August 25

If you are only concentrating on sexuality when it comes to Melissa Etheridge, you're missing a big boat of riffs and one of the most dynamic female rock voices of the past 30 years. Mixing equal parts Janis Joplin and Robert Plant, Etheridge has been making meaty rock since 1988's breakthrough... More >>

Southern Colorado Rock

Crab Lab

Rhinoceropolis : August 26

Clearly the product of creativity in isolation, protected from the influence and the imagination-eroding effects of the outside world, Crab Lab -- playing Tuesday, August 26, at Rhinoceropolis -- is the perfect name for what Katie Taylor is doing. There isn't a single sound, technique or... More >>

North Denver Rock

Colbie Caillat

Denver Botanic Gardens : 7:00 p.m. August 27

Colbie Caillat will be the first person to tell you how lucky she is. Just a few years back, the beach bum from California enjoyed writing songs and recording them in-studio as a hobby. But she never dreamed they would grow a Myspace fan base so large that a record label would be calling her... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Future Islands

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. August 27

Though the music of Future Islands has by no means ever been exclusive, the group's network-television debut on Late Night With David Letterman earlier this year sort of felt like your parents discovering your favorite band. But it was a long time coming, and well-deserved for a trio that has... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Ziggy Marley

Chautauqua Auditorium : 8:00 p.m. August 28

Yes, Ziggy Marley was only 12 when his dad passed away in 1981, but he has still managed to continue his father's legacy over the years, creating inspiring reggae music with catchy hooks and good vibes. More >>

Boulder Reggae

JAS Aspen Snowmass Experience

Snowmass Town Park : August 29

Yes, Ziggy Marley was only 12 when his dad passed away in 1981, but he has still managed to continue his father's legacy over the years, creating inspiring reggae music with catchy hooks and good vibes. More >>

Mountains Reggae

Machine Gun Kelly

Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom : 5:30 p.m. August 29

Machine Gun Kelly (named after the infamous early 20th Century gangster) is well-known for his rapid-fire delivery, rabid fan base, "Wild Boy" persona and crazy antics (during a performance for a Microsoft Store, he was stomping across tables, destroying several computers before getting shut... More >>

Downtown Denver Hip-Hop

Keith Urban

Fiddler's Green Amphitheater : 6:30 p.m. August 29

It's honestly astonishing that Keith Urban has never achieved the whole Twain/Swift mainstream crossover thing. He's well into his forties now, so don't hold your breath for that, but he's one of the best pop songwriters operating outside actual pop music, enlivening string-laden and seemingly... More >>

Southeast Denver Suburbs Country

Atmosphere

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:00 p.m. August 29

Minneapolis-bred Atmosphere aptly fits into that "old-school" indie rap category. Since 1989, the group has released six studio albums and ten extended plays, touched base on some deep societal issues, and has kept a fanbase while consistently evolving; difficult to do during a time like the... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Hip-Hop

KS 107.5 All Star Jam

Fiddler's Green Amphitheater : 5:30 p.m. August 30

Whether you hate him or love him for it, T-Pain is the man most responsible for popularizing the use of AutoTune. Using the pitch-correction filters to further melodize his lyrics, the Tallahassee native emerged onto the scene with hits like "I'm Sprung," "I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper)," and later... More >>

Southeast Denver Suburbs R&B, Hip-Hop

Lynxapalooza

Auraria Campus : 7:00 p.m. August 30

If Matt and Kim had never made it as a musical duo, they probably could've found success as therapists. The indie-punk band is sickeningly sweet and happy, putting just as much emphasis on their perma-smiles and interaction with fans as on the music they play. They dance on their instruments,... More >>

Central Denver Rock

The Mavericks

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities : 7:30 p.m. August 30

For a time in the mid '90s, the Mavericks were on top of the neo-traditional country world. The Miami band featuring the amazing talents of singer Raul Malo scored a hit in 1996 with "All You Ever Want to Do is Bring Me Down" and even won a Grammy Award. Sadly, Malo went solo in 2004 and the... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs Country

Nickel Creek

Pikes Peak Center : 8:00 p.m. August 30

Chris Thile and siblings Sean and Sara Watkins, collectively known as Nickel Creek, have been widely embraced by the bluegrass and acoustic-music communities, even though their music makes a habit of stretching or ignoring genre boundaries. How have they gotten away with such apostasy? "Talent"... More >>

Southern Colorado Bluegrass

Ramblin' Jack Elliott

The Soiled Dove Underground : 8:00 p.m. August 30

Few artists from the American folk-music scene have been more important than Ramblin' Jack Elliott. For more than five decades, the singer, storyteller and guitar picker has influenced artists and musicians from Jack Kerouac and Jerry Garcia to Beck and The Rolling Stones. (Supposedly, Mick... More >>

East Denver Folk

The Oh Hellos

Boulder Theater : 8:30 p.m. August 30

In late 2012, the Oh Hellos released their first full-length, Through the Deep, Dark Valley. And while that album's got some solid tunes like "The Valley" and "I Was Wrong," it's "Hello My Old Heart," a track from their self-titled debut that perked up everybody's ears and landed them in... More >>

Boulder Rock
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