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Jenny Lewis

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. December 2

On her newest record, The Voyager, Jenny Lewis sings songs about doing mushrooms, breaking up because of 9/11, the consequences of infidelity, and the small, sad realizations that come with getting older. Mixing pop with swirling '60s melodies and a hint of her old Rilo Kiley sounds, Lewis... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Ghost Brothers of Darkland County

Temple Hoyne Buell Theater : 7:30 p.m. December 1

It took sixteen years for John Cougar Mellencamp, Stephen King and T Bone Burnett to launch Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, which lead actress Gina Gershon describes as “a Southern, rock, gothic, supernatural ghost story.” The musical follows Joe McCandless, whose older brothers,... More >>

Downtown Denver Gothic

Los Lobos: Disconnected

Boettcher Concert Hall : 7:30 p.m. November 29

Is any band in America more revered or respected than East Los Angeles roots vatos Los Lobos? The core members of this American musical treasure — David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Steve Berlin, Louis Perez and Conrad Lozano — have produced nineteen albums and played everywhere from an... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Latin

Usher

1STBANK Center : 7:30 p.m. December 2

Before discovering Justin Bieber, Usher was a kid crooner himself. Though the singer began releasing music in 1993, when he was just fifteen, it wasn't until 1997 that he found his audience with My Way. That album solidified his place as a master of entrancing tales of love, lust and scandal --... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs R&B

Blond-Ish

Club Vinyl : November 26

Blond:ish has a built-in shtick, because let's face it: A lot of people would go to a show -- any show -- just to see two young, attractive (and, yes, blond) women creating music as a duo. But even though their stage moniker is a wink and nod to that shtick, Anstascia D'elene and Vivie Ann... More >>

Central Denver EDM

The Pizza Underground

Marquis Theater : November 26

"Pizza is life and life-affirming," says The Pizza Underground. And who could disagree? By extension, The Velvet Underground could be described similarly. That's why, with songs like "Pizza Gal" and "Take a Bite of the Wild Slice," The Pizza Underground is one of the best combinations of things... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

The Widow's Bane

The Walnut Room : November 28

Falling somewhere between Tom Waits and the Misfits (with a generous helping of classic seafaring work-song influence), the debut album from Boulder zombie folk-punkers the Widow's Bane is arresting and addictive. More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

SP Double

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. November 28

SP Double just wants to keep it moving. The MC (aka Adrian Perlman) has endured his share of personal travails and had enough beef with other rappers to fill a warehouse. But all of that's in the rearview now; he'd rather focus on what's ahead. Just the same, he's smart enough to know that the... More >>

Central Denver Hip-Hop

Johnny Marr

Gothic Theatre : 9:00 p.m. November 28

Johnny Marr is best known as the Smiths' influential and inventive guitarist. Since the band's split in 1987, Marr has kept himself busy playing with some of the more high-profile acts of the modern era, like Modest Mouse. Marr's clean playing style and simple yet intricate melodies have made... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock, Alternative

Caspa and The Others

Cervantes' Other Side : November 29

U.K. producer/DJ Caspa is one of the premier names in dubstep, and a quick spin through his body of work makes it easy to understand why. His Dub Police label has been home to not only a slew of his original productions, but some excellent tracks from artists such as Rusko, the Others and... More >>

Downtown Denver EDM, Dubstep

Common

Ogden Theatre : 9:00 p.m. November 29

Common has long been thought of as hip-hop's shining example of what an MC should be (which is what made it so hilarious when Fox went after Obama for inviting him to the White House), but he does have teeth, and he's not afraid to make himself heard, even when his opinion is not necessarily... More >>

Central Denver Rap, R&B

Johnny Marr

Belly Up Aspen : 9:30 p.m. November 29

Johnny Marr is best known as the Smiths' influential and inventive guitarist. Since the band's split in 1987, Marr has kept himself busy playing with some of the more high-profile acts of the modern era, like Modest Mouse. Marr's clean playing style and simple yet intricate melodies have made... More >>

Mountains Rock

Animal/Object

Mutiny Information Cafe : November 30

Musician and visual artist Kurt Bauer has been involved in Denver's avant-garde-music world since at least the '80s. Bauer's aesthetic is characterized by a free-spirited excellence; he designed the cover for the 2012 Thinking Plague album, Decline and Fall, and he is a dedicated documentarian... More >>

South Denver Avant-Garde

Caspa

Belly Up Aspen : November 30

U.K. producer/DJ Caspa is one of the premier names in dubstep, and a quick spin through his body of work makes it easy to understand why. His Dub Police label has been home to not only a slew of his original productions, but some excellent tracks from artists such as Rusko, the Others and... More >>

Mountains EDM

Reel Big Fish

Aggie Theatre : November 30

Third-wave ska was last in vogue when people still thought Y2K was a threat, but the passage of a decade hasn't changed the fact that many of those bands still make an awfully accessible and enjoyable racket on stage like well-vetted Huntington Beach six-piece Reel Big Fish. More >>

Northern Colorado Ska, Rock

Leftover Salmon

Twist & Shout : 6:00 p.m. December 1

Leftover Salmon has graced the the bluegrass scene with their talents for 25 years. Since the passing of Mark Vann, the band hadn't produced an album in eight years, but with the addition of Andy Thorn, carried over from Emmitt-Nershi Band, the act sparked a new interest in touring and... More >>

Central Denver Bluegrass

My Brightest Diamond

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. December 2

Shara Worden, the artistic force behind My Brightest Diamond, makes smart music for smart people. But if her descriptions of creating This Is My Hand, her mind­expanding new recording, can seem academic at times (she talks about searching for the album's "thesis statement"), she's hardly... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Wounds

Marquis Theater : December 3

Dublin-based Wounds had a bit of an interrupted beginning. In 2010, shortly after the band formed, guitarist James Coogan fell off a four-story balcony and was in a coma for five months. Doctors told him he'd never play guitar again. Not only did Coogan recover, but he was able to reunite with... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

eTown Live Radio Show Taping

eTown Hall : 7:00 p.m. December 3

Laughs are in short supply on the average Bruce Cockburn disc. He's a serious fellow, whether he's addressing personal concerns or global issues. But he's gotten away with dourness for decades, thanks to a handful of specific, and very impressive, skills; his lyrics are extremely precise and... More >>

Boulder Rock

Fitz & the Tantrums

Boulder Theater : 7:30 p.m. December 4

Formed in 2008 around music already written by bandleader Michael Fitzpatrick, Fitz & the Tantrums came together within a week, just in time to play their first show. The chemistry was perfect, and the group's brand of rhythm and blues with a shiny modern radio style was cemented. While there's... More >>

Boulder Rock

Bluetech

Fox Theatre : 8:30 p.m. December 4

Like many producers, Bluetech (aka Evan Bartholomew) is a classically trained pianist who's also adept at dealing with all the software available for producing tunes these days. Bluetech's music is probably best described as downtempo, though he ventures into the mid-tempo range; his sound is... More >>

Boulder EDM

Technicolor Tone Factory

Bluebird Theater : 9:00 p.m. December 4

Bringing a fusion of funk and rock to the table, Technicolor Tone Factory gets you dancing while keeping you entertained by the antics of the charismatic musicians on stage. More >>

Central Denver Rock

Mean Jeans

Hi-dive : 9:30 p.m. December 4

By now, there are generations of Ramones spin-offs; the band was a prototype for many greasy-haired garage-rockers and outsider kids who found solace in emulating its bangy, three-chord, glue-sniffer jams. But Portland's Mean Jeans has been able to capture something that no other band has yet... More >>

South Denver Rock

Channel 93.3 Not So Silent Night

1STBANK Center : 6:00 p.m. December 5

Formed in 2008 around music already written by bandleader Michael Fitzpatrick, Fitz & the Tantrums came together within a week, just in time to play their first show. The chemistry was perfect, and the group's brand of rhythm and blues with a shiny modern radio style was cemented. While there's... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Del & Dawg

Oriental Theater : 8:00 p.m. December 5

Del McCoury has been a bluegrass frontman since 1967, but despite recording a slew of long-players for roots labels like Arhoolie and Grassound, he was forced by fiscal realities to keep day jobs in logging or construction during much of his first two decades as a bandleader. Things didn't... More >>

Northwest Denver Bluegrass
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