It’s been a long, hard ride to this moment, peppered along the way with fundraising concerts and pleas for equipment donations, but Denver’s first Girls Rock Camp, inspired by the original in Portland (and the subsequent documentary) finally got off the ground this week: 25 girls – give or take – between the ages of eight and eighteen gathered for instruction in the finer skills of rock and roll, including learning to play a basic rock instrument, writing an original song and forming a band, all firsts for some of the young participants. They were even treated to concerts by local bands, including Hemi Cuda, Furnace, Dangerous Nonsense, Emily Frembgen and others, while munching their lunches and received a good dose of self-esteem... More >>>