Record Store Day is all about showing the love for your favorite bands by hitting the shops and making a purchase. Westword decided to hit the checkout lines at Wax Trax and Twist and Shout and put people on the spot. Hey You! You just bought a bunch of stuff from the record store: show us the goods ... More >>
CODY CHESNUTT at HI-DIVE | 9/12/13 Between the chill of an autumn-like evening in Denver, and the soggy state of south Broadway, you couldn't have picked a better night for Cody Chesnutt to arrive in the Mile High City and anoint us with his particular brand of soul. Chesnutt left no margin for erro ... More >>
Just as music collections say a lot about people, a jukebox can do the same for a bar; it often reflect the place's personality. A lot of times, variety is key to a well-stocked jukebox, and 3 Kings Tavern, this year's winner in the Best of Denver, had that with balls, to boot. Here's a look at the ... More >>
Sony's hoping to pique your qriocity (sorry) with it's new streaming music service this week, by offering a free thirty day trial, tons of different streaming options and a library of over six million songs from the four major record label and most everyone they distribute. We spent the day with t ... More >>
Conrad Keely, frontman for the indie-rock vets in ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, is among the most articulate and opinionated figures in music. He earns this reputation anew it in the following Q&A, conducted for our profile of the band, "...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of De ... More >>
Audioslave’s former frontman can now go his own way.
Monday, July 10, Marquis Theatre, 1-866-468-7621.
A few matchmaking suggestions for the also-rans.
Wednesday, October 26, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.
KTCL Locals Only host Alf is considerably less alien than I remember.
Americana music gets its due from this duo.
Out of Exile (Interscope/Epic)
Tuesday, April 12, Rock Island, 303-572-7625.
Perry Farrell wants to turn your frown upside down.
Line of Descent
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