At the time of his death, in May 1981, Bob Marley was 36 years old, reggae's biggest star, and the father of at least eleven children. He was not, however, a big seller. For Dave Robinson, this presented an opportunity. Two years after Marley's passing, Chris Blackwell, the founder of Marley's lab ... More >>
Editor's note: Hall & Oates are now going as Daryl Hall & John Oates, because apparently that's the way you add gravitas to a catalogue that will turn your pants pastel and put shoulder pads in whatever shirt you're wearing if you listen long enough. Here's the thing: They needn't bother -- the song ... More >>
As we gear up for the New Year's Eve weekend, it's looking like an epic line-up for shows, including Yonder Mountain String Band's four-night stand at the Boulder Theater, String Cheese Incident's three-night run at the 1STBANK Center, the Lumineers' two-nighter at the Odgen Theatre, the Black Angel ... More >>
Sub Pop / Shawn BrackbillCatch Mudhoney tonight at the Bluebird for the Kulwicki Twins benefit with the Fluid and the Purple FluidEven in the early part of January when the concert calendar is typically just barely beginning to ramp back up after the holiday season, there's still plenty of gr ... More >>
Damian Marley conveys his father's vision to a new generation.
Exalting the gospel according to Jah, Preacherman launches his own reggae movement.
Four new discs show that reggae is bigger than just one mon.
September 3 - 9, 1998
Aston "Family Man" Barrett of the Wailers is keeping a reggae tradition alive.
Inside the twisted mind of dub pioneer Lee "Scratch" Perry.
Meet Roger Gillies, letter carrier and walking reggae encyclopedia.
AT FIFTY, REGGAE'S BURNING SPEAR HASN'T COOLED OFF YET.