After more than two decades of being in the local music scene, from playing in Rubber Planet to booking places like the Cricket on the Hill to owning the Toad Tavern for the last five years, Brice Hancock is selling the venue and moving on. On Friday, December 13, a new set of owners, Leah Dillon an ... More >>
Tomorrow night was supposed to mark the release the CD release party of Author Unknown, the new outfit featuring Mark Sundermeier, at the Toad Tavern. The show has now turned into a benefit for Sundermeier, who was involved in a major car accident a few weeks ago. The former Trampolines singer/guita ... More >>
Last week, we posted an item about the passing of D. Scott Morris, a widely regarded member of the music scene who will be sorely missed. We've just received word that a celebration of his life is being be held at the Toad Tavern, the venue owned by his former Denver Music Board partner, Br ... More >>
Nothing like this sort of news to completely take your legs out from under you, a staggering dose of reality to remind us all how precious and painfully short life truly is. It's with the utmost sadness and the heaviest of hearts that we bring you news of the passing of D. Scott Morris, a g ... More >>
‚ÄčOkay, that headline may be a tad misleading. The Toad Tavern has actually been around for more than two decades. Two years ago, though, a stalwart of the scene, Brice Hancock, who plays guitar in Rubber Planet and has been involved in a number of other area clubs, including the no defunct Cricket ... More >>
A bit of bad news for the detractors of the Denver Message Board, who have no doubt been doing the dance of joy in its absence, and uplifting news for those who have been experiencing severe withdrawals: The DMB is back. Well, it's about to be, anyhow. Sometime in the next week or so, Brice Hancock ... More >>
Do you hear that? That's the sound of people actually working. Weird, huh? And it's been this way for at least a month now, since the DenverMessageBoard.com went the way of pager technology. That's when I first noticed, anyway, thanks to a pesky Trojan virus I'm nearly positive that I picked up visi ... More >>
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