See Also: • Tax Evasion: How to live like a rock star -- and pay taxes like one, too. As the saying goes: There are only two things that are certain and unavoidable in this life -- death and taxes. And while both might be causing folks to lose sleep these days (you didn't forget tax time is upon ... More >>
Courtesy of LifeQuest TransitionsA scene from last year's inaugural songwriting camp.When military nonprofit LifeQuest Transitions wanted to raise awareness for the issues of moving from active duty to civilian life, it chose what founder CW Conner somewhat cheesily refers to as "the universa ... More >>
It seems to be nothing but good news for Turntable.fm. Hot on the heels of snagging licensing deals with BMI and ASCAP, the music-sharing service is closing a $7.5 million deal with Union Square Ventures, bringing Turntable's value up to somewhere around $37.5 million. That's not all, Busines ... More >>
She rose to fame by kissing girls and liking it, and she kept her fame by spraying whipped cream out of her bra. Beyond the novelty, Katy Perry (due tonight at the 1STBANK Center) is an accomplished songwriter who shares a writing credit on hits like "Teenage Dream" and "Firework." And she also has ... More >>
It's still in beta, but interactive music startup Tuntable.fm has just sealed deals with BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) and ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) to ensure they'll not just have an extensive catalog of music, but that performers and labels will receive the ... More >>
Tyler Gilmore and his 17-piece Ninth Lincoln modern music ensemble will perform the Denver premier of "Piano Roll" Sunday, March 29 at Dazzle. Gilmore, who was this year's winner in the Emerging Jazz Composer Category of ASCAP's Jazz Commissioning Program, wrote the piece in honor of legendary piani ... More >>
We're bringing you our Best. Today in Cafe Society: • Wine, before its time. • Rise to the occasion at Kitchen Table Cooking School. • Larkburger soars above the average burger. • Join the lunch bunch at Super Star Asian. • Skinny Jay's wings burn so good. • Common Grounds to move to Su ... More >>
Here’s another highlight from the Westword Q&A archives: a wonderful conversation with country singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell that preceded a June 17, 2004 profile. At the time, Crowell was no longer scoring hits as he did throughout the ‘80s, when he and his former wife, Rosanne Cash, were c ... More >>
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From the week of August 12, 2004
Legendary is relative, especially when it comes to the Amercan Music Auditions.
Through injury, adversity and obscurity, Orlando Terrell struggles to keep his music alive.
Aussie Kasey Chambers is more country than most of her American counterparts.
Music everywhere: Music Lowdown 2002 and the Westword Music Showcase covered both the recording industry and live, in-the-flesh performances.
Thirty Imposters do battle with the Warlock Pinchers' past.
A Denver conductor and music professor leads an ensemble fight to protect the classics.
Will new royalty fees kill Web radio?
ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming
16 HORSEPOWER FINALLY GETS THE RECORD CONTRACT IT DESERVES.