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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

JAS Aspen Snowmass Experience

Snowmass Town Park : 3:00 p.m. August 31

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 >>

Mountains Country

OneRepublic

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:30 p.m. September 1

Ryan Tedder is arguably one of the most commercial successful musicians to come out of Colorado. Aside from having a string of hits with his own band, OneRepublic, he's penned blockbusters for some heavyweights, and he made $2.5 million in 2013 on royalties alone. The lion's share of it came... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Rock

Swans

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 2

Without the spirit of experimentation and uncompromising artistic vision that informs Swans, much of the industrial and post-rock that has come along since 1982 would sound very different. The band moved from tortured, aggressive and unsettling songs to more nuanced sounds in 1986, when Jarboe... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Buddy Guy

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts : 7:30 p.m. September 3

Buddy guys is a blues-guitar innovator and impassioned, underrated vocalist who can still make a righteous noise despite being a few years shy of his eightieth birthday. Last year's Rhythm and Blues, was number one of Billboard's Blues chart and showed he's not shy about either patting himself... More >>

Northern Colorado Blues

Martin Sexton

Denver Botanic Gardens : 7:00 p.m. September 3

Martin Sexton is a singer's singer. Whereas most male vocalists are tethered by timbre to a particular style, Sexton bends his voice with the fluid flexibility of a skilled instrumentalist, adapting to fit his frequent stylistic tangents with aplomb. An instrumental analogy is apt, as Sexton is... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Vivienne Vavoom"s Burlesque As It Was

Syntax Physic Opera : 9:00 p.m. September 6

Vivienne VaVoom (aka Michelle Baldwin) has made a brand out of the “Burlesque As It Was” concept. Indeed, if burlesque has become a runaway train of popularity in recent years, VaVoom was the woman who drove that locomotive into Denver. And after earning accolades for her old-timey... More >>

South Denver Burlesque

Phish

Dick's Sporting Goods Park : 7:30 p.m. August 30; 7:30 p.m. August 31

If you're sitting on the periphery wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to Phish, let's just say that this band didn't inherit a legion of fans simply by being kindred to the Dead. Rather, the prodigious players built up their fanatical following by offering riveting live shows... More >>

Northeast Denver Suburbs Rock

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

We don't mean to hang this on them, but Matt and Kim are partially responsible for your mom using the word "hipster" to mean anybody with a mustache; "Yea Yeah," their first single, pioneered the musically and aesthetically spartan pop sound that dismantled a lot of first-wave hipster... More >>

Central Denver Rock

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

Bob Log III

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. August 30

Go to a Bob Log III show, and he'll most likely be wearing a motorcycle helmet with a telephone attached to the tinted visor and a black Elvis-inspired studded jumpsuit. He might come out and say, "I'd like to introduce the band: my left foot on cymbal, my right foot on bass drum, and my hands... More >>

Downtown Denver Blues, Rock

Shooter Jennings & Waymore's Outlaws

The Buffalo Rose : August 31

Since the 2005 release of his modern outlaw coming-out party, Put the "O" Back In Country, Shooter Jennings has proudly waved the banner his mother and father, Jesse Colter and Waylon Jennings, had helped design decades ago. After the surprising release of his 2010 concept album, Black Ribbons,... More >>

Arvada Rock, Country

Joe Bonamassa

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:00 p.m. August 31

Acclaimed blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa has been blazing a path in music since B.B. King first discovered the six-string slinger when he was 12 and took him on the road as his opening act. He's been featured on the cover of Guitar World, Guitar Player, and Guitarist; he's shared stages... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Rock, Blues

Arctic Monkeys

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 8:00 p.m. September 4

The gradual shift in musical sensibility for Arctic Monkeys can be traced through the guys' aesthetic: They wear sunglasses a lot now. They wear them in music videos and on stage, and sometimes when it's not really sunny enough to merit protecting their corneas. As their urban grit has widened... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Rock

Hornbuckle

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 4

Michael Hornbuckle was twelve years old the first time he shared the stage with his father, legendary Denver bluesman Bobby Hornbuckle, and at thirteen he was playing weekends with his dad. While he was getting an education on stage, he was also schooling himself in blues guitar by listening to... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Blues

The Breeders

Summit Music Hall : 8:00 p.m. September 5

Call it the Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle that never quite was: Post-Pixies art-rock wrecking crew strikes cultural gold on second try then unravels into relative, willful obscurity. Last year, the original Breeders' lineup anniversary toured the 1993 alt-touchstone Last Splash ,... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Randy Rogers Band

Boulder Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 5

In the past decade, the Randy Rogers Band has rocketed from the smallest stages in Texas to headlining the biggest festivals and causing the biggest lines at Will Call than pretty much any other band currently performing under the massive Texas Country umbrella. Sure, Rogers' superb songwriting... More >>

Boulder Country

St. Vincent

Denver Botanic Gardens : 7:00 p.m. September 6

When Annie Clark of St. Vincent took the stage with the rest of her band a few months ago, it was with the same kind of choreographed ritual that informed the rest of the performance. Her hair these days seems to belong to a visitor from either outer space or the future, as are her clothes and... More >>

Central Denver Rock

The Aquabats

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 6

The Aquabats are geeks who are so geeky they're cool -- and not poser-geek cool, either. These guys don't just wear horn-rimmed glasses and thrift-store chic; they also dress as various villain factions from the original Batman television show. (Dare ya to do that at the bars this weekend.) But... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Porter Robinson

Fillmore Auditorium : 8:00 p.m. September 6

Porter Robinson started making electronic music at the age of thirteen using Sony ACID Pro, but he didn't perform his music live in front of an audience until a handful of years later. Since then, Robinson, now in his early 20s, has led a bit of a charmed existence for any modern purveyor of... More >>

Central Denver EDM

Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers

Bluebird Theater : 9:00 p.m. September 6

With four albums under her belt and a crew of Bay Area musicians, San Fran-based vocalist Nicki Bluhm has built her career off a vintage blend of country, r&b, and blues-stained rock 'n' roll. Where Adult Contemporary babes like Grace Potter, Joan Osborne, and Sheryl Crow have drifted into the... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Reverend Horton Heat

Ogden Theatre : 9:00 p.m. September 6

Just in case anyone forgot how long the Reverend Horton Heat has been around, he reminded everyone during the first 45 minutes of his last show the Ogden Theatre two years ago by playing a song from each of his albums in chronological order, from 1991's Sub Pop debut, Smoke 'em if You Got 'em,... More >>

Central Denver Rockabilly, Rock
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