In jazz discussions, the saxophonists and the trumpeters generally dominate the conversation, and rightly so. Equally as integral to the music, though, is the rest of the band. While we've already listed the top guitarists, pianists and bassists, today we focus on the female vocalists. Although ther ... More >>
Grass Is Greener
Colors of the West
Tuesday, January 31, Bluebird Theater, 888-929-7849.
A Better Fate
Into the Open
The Trampolines are just one of 65 acts on today's lineup.It's that time again, and somehow it sort of snuck up on us this year: Time to whip out the sunscreen, bring beer money and ear plugs and head over to Civic Center park for the 39th annual Capitol Hill People's Fair. From the looks of ... More >>
Friday, December 12, and Saturday, December 13, Dazzle, 303-839-5100.
From Sonny Stitt to Jack McDuff, this saxman has played with some of jazz's finest.
Saturday, August 4, and Sunday, August 5, Dazzle, 303-839-5100.
Oceanaire Seafood Room
Friday, September 9, Dazzle Restaurant and Lounge, 303-839-5100.
CU searches for its stars.
David Williams is a man of many artistic lives.
Gifts for Yuletide reach high tide
Saturday, July 17, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison.
Terracotta Warriors combines Chinese elements for Westerners
Dazzle Supper Club
Colorado's jazz artists stand up against their big-city counterparts.
The Gil Evans Orchestra Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix (Bluebird)
Buckner Funken Jazz
Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys
Side Man is music for the soul.
The Creative Music Works Orchestra brings jazz out of the closet.
Bandleader Sam Bivens brings six decades of jazz history to Turk's Supper Club.
Part one of a pre-millennial salute to the music that made America sing.
A Colorado nursing home explores new territory for treating Alzheimer's patients: the past.
The Geritones prove that you're never too old to swing.
Denver's Boa and the Constrictors squeeze new life out of jump blues.
Forget grunge. Today Denverites are dancing to a very different beat.
Hank Crawford and Jimmy McGriff haven't changed a lick since the Sixties. And why should they?