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Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters

Fillmore Auditorium : 8:00 p.m. October 4

Led Zeppelin lead singer Robert Plant to Denver this weekend with his newest backing band, The Sensational Space Shifters. The lineup features members of his early-'00s band The Strange Sensation, and sees Plant revisiting both blues rock and world music influences; this after exploring... More >>

Central Denver Rock

The Dandy Warhols

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 30

The Dandy Warhols came out of the underground rock world of the 1990s to enduring popularity and fame. Over the course of the band's career, the Dandys have consistently pushed their sonic boundaries and songwriting. They are one of the handful of pop bands that have shown measurable artistic... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Prong

Bluebird Theater : 7:00 p.m. October 7

Over the course of nearly three decades, nine studio albums and one live offering, Prong has shared musicians with Swans, Danzig, Ministry, Killing Joke and, uh, Madonna. While copping to backing that last artist is probably a confession best left to the dance floor, consider that former... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Matisyahu

Boulder Theater : 7:00 p.m. October 8

Matthew Paul Miller, otherwise known as Matisyahu (translated to "Gift of God" in Hebrew), has been putting out his blend of traditional Jewish themes, reggae, beatboxing, alternative, and slightly psychedelic rock since 2004. From the beginning, he was known for his signature beard and Hasidic... More >>

Boulder Reggae

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:30 p.m. September 30; 7:30 p.m. October 1; 7:30 p.m. October 3

Tom Petty is an iconic American songwriter whose songs are easily on par with fellow legends like Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. Petty's guitar-driven anthems are instantly relatable monuments to Americana that exude a certain timelessness that belies their obvious vintage. Tunes like... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Rock

Mystical as Fak Tour

Fox Theatre : 8:30 p.m. October 5

Finding success in signing with Skrillex's OWSLA record label, Kill the Noise has grown into one of the heaviest producers currently touring. Jake Stanczak, the brains behind the operation, has been developing Kill the Noise's sound for years. His powerhouse club bangers melt with melodic... More >>

Boulder Rock

Of Montreal

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. October 8

Among the most popular and successful of the bands associated with the Elephant 6 collective, Of Montreal started off as a sort of indie pop band with an experimental edge. Instead of sticking to a strict formula, however, the band evolved dramatically across several records, fearlessly... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Katy Perry

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. September 30

Katy Perry rose to top-of-the-pops status on the strength of a few standbys — spectacle, hooks, sexual innuendo — plus an eccentric, party-girl public persona that can shine as bright as her piercing blue eyes. The combustible combination hit gold on 2010's Teenage Dream, spawning... More >>

Central Denver Pop

Kopecky Family Band

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

Overnight success can take years. The Kopecky Family Band's buoyant folk-estral sound goes back seven years to Nashville's Belmont University where they all met. The sextet had released three EPs and were about to self-release their full-length debut, Kids Raising Kids, when they inaugurated a... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Earth

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. October 1

Founded in 1989, Earth is a drone-metal pioneer. Guitarist Dylan Carlson, who today is the band's sole original member, coined the term "ambient metal" when discussing Earth's landmark 1993 debut full-length, Earth 2: Special Low-Frequency Version. While Earth's sound is clearly built on a... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Carbon Leaf

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

After two decades together, Carbon Leaf has effectively created its own brand of accessible bluegrass. But the Virginia natives can't be pinned to a single genre -- the band has an ostensible pop side, one that best translates live through Carbon Leaf's varying stringed instrumentation. More >>

Central Denver Rock

George Thorogood & the Destroyers

Boulder Theater : 8:00 p.m. October 2

Beauty may be only skin deep, but bad goes straight to the bone -- for George Thorogood, anyway. But the slide-guitar guru wasn't exactly "Born to Be Bad." Before he started playing the blues, Thorogood played minor-league baseball -- and if not for a pivotal concert by John Hammond in 1970, he... More >>

Boulder Rock

The Kooks

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

With scant few exceptions, musicians from this country who feign a British accent end up sounding like utter dipshits. Brits, meanwhile, who legitimately possess a Cockney inflection by birthright, often sound middle-American when they sing. It's a truly puzzling phenomenon. You have to listen... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Warpaint

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. October 2

Warpaint is a quartet of Los Angeles broads that (luckily) defies the Katy Perry stereotype of California girls. The band isn't hot, it's dry ice — and it'll refreeze your Popsicle with one withering look. Warpaint jams psychedelic, or as psychedelic as breathy angels with a reverb... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Brazilian Girls

Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom : 9:00 p.m. October 2

Replacing world music's soccer-mom fans, trip-hop heads will no doubt swoon over Brazilian Girls frontwoman Sabina Sciubba's ethereal voice, while fashionistas try to cop her on-stage costume experiments and dance to the outfit's reveling beats and knocking dub rhythms. Brazilian Girls'... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Mark Farina

Cervantes' Other Side : October 3

Mark Farina got his start as a house DJ in Chicago alongside house-music godfather Derrick Carter, and took the Windy City's best-known electronic-music export in a different direction when he started mixing down-tempo house tracks into jazzy, funky combinations. His first Mushroom Jazz mix... More >>

Downtown Denver EDM

George Thorogood & the Destroyers

Pikes Peak Center : 8:00 p.m. October 3

Beauty may be only skin deep, but bad goes straight to the bone -- for George Thorogood, anyway. But the slide-guitar guru wasn't exactly "Born to Be Bad." Before he started playing the blues, Thorogood played minor-league baseball -- and if not for a pivotal concert by John Hammond in 1970, he... More >>

Southern Colorado Rock, Blues

Vanilla Ice

Grizzly Rose : 10:00 p.m. October 3

Most of us recall when, during the summer of 1990, Vanilla Ice urged the world to "check out the hook while my DJ revolves it" and sold ten million records in four months as the pop charts went "Ice Ice Baby" crazy. He was "cookin' MCs like a pound of bacon." He was dancing with Teenage Mutant... More >>

North Denver Rap

The Giraffes

Larimer Lounge : October 4

Fair warning: The Giraffes are a rock-and-roll band. Whiskey will be consumed. Verbal abuse will whirl around the joint like water in a toilet bowl. Blood may be spilled. Handlebar mustaches will be worn. And by God, that's just as it should be. Consider Lester Bangs's comments when regarding a... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

DJ Logic featuring The Earful

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

Bronx native Jason Kibler, aka DJ Logic, got his start spinning records at local community events in the '80s, where he quickly attracted the attention of Living Colour's Vernon Reid and a cast of others with his hip-hop and jazz-inflected beats. Logic has since added his signature grooves to... More >>

Boulder EDM

KRS-One

Cervantes' Other Side : 9:00 p.m. October 4

KRS-One (aka Lawrence Parker) was the sole constant member of Boogie Down Productions, whose 1987 album, Criminal Minded, is often cited as the record that introduced gangsta rap to an unsuspecting world. But BDP's raps were always as literate as they were gritty, and the act quickly evolved... More >>

Downtown Denver Hip-Hop

Matisyahu

The Black Sheep : October 6

Matthew Paul Miller, otherwise known as Matisyahu (translated to "Gift of God" in Hebrew), has been putting out his blend of traditional Jewish themes, reggae, beatboxing, alternative, and slightly psychedelic rock since 2004. From the beginning, he was known for his signature beard and Hasidic... More >>

Southern Colorado Reggae

Hank 3

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. October 6

Hank 3 has one of the most unimpeachable country music pedigrees of anyone alive: His grandfather is the late Hank Williams Sr., one of the pioneers of both country and rock and roll, and his farther is Hank Williams Jr. To his credit, Hank 3 has never really relied on any of this, and instead... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Punk, Country

Jimmy Eat World

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. October 7

After a band have been together with the same lineup for nearly twenty years, it's understandable (even expected) they'd lose some of the vigor that defined their salad days. But that's not the case with the members of Jimmy Eat World, who have been together since their teens. Ahead of their... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Joey Bada$$

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. October 7

Like a Sid Vicious or Johnny Rotten, the spirit of rebellion is alive in Joey Badass, the 18-year-old rapper who fronts up-and-coming Brooklyn collective Pro Era. The crew came together in 2009 at Edward R. Murrow High School, the same place that spawned renowned creatives like graffiti artist... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Hip-Hop
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