Ever the equal opportunity rocker, Kid Rock is bringing his Best Night Ever tour to Fiddler's and every seat in the house is $20. "Everyone knows the economy is still hurting people across the country," he says, "but I didn't want that to be a reason why everyone couldn't get out and enjoy themselve ... More >>
There are a ton of new shows to tell you about this week, including a co-headlining date at Red Rocks featuring Alabama Shakes and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, plus new shows from Paramore, a solo date from Jim James of My Morning Jacket, the Gaslight Anthem, Marina & the Diamonds and Charli ... More >>
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After three decades together, the guys in R.E.M. announced today in a statement on the band's website that they're throwing in the towel.
Here's what's good in the Mile High City this week: In September, Beirut hits the Fillmore and Lindsay Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac is slated for a date at DU's Gates Concert Hall, followed by Chromeo, who's due back in Denver in October for a return date at the Ogden after a stellar set at th ... More >>
Tom MurphyTour Banner at back of stage. Should've been a t-shirt. BEST COAST With Waaves and No Joy 02.14.11 | Fox Theatre Opening the show with "Ghost Blonde," No Joy provided the perfect blend of noisy garage rock and dream pop. The title track to the group's debut full-length is one of i ... More >>
Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs, touring this summer and fall as "The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue," visit Red Rocks on Monday, September 27. What will they be playing, you ask? Ah, follow the jump to find out.
Friday, July 17, Glob, 303-641-9809.
Dieselhed's Virgil Shaw's on his own these days, and happier than ever.
Alexandra Patsavas creates the soundtrack of our lives.
Thursday, December 16, E-Town at the Boulder Theater, 303-786-7030; Sunday, December 19, Lion's Lair, 303-320-9200.
Wednesday, August 4, Fox Theatre, Boulder, 303-443-3399.
For Al Kraizer, the LoDo Music Festival is a labor of love — in more ways than one.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Nuggets II strikes gold by mining new territory.
Joy turned Cracker’s David Lowery into fiction. Too bad he’s real and really angry.
The members of Camper Van Beethoven are talking -- and touring -- again a decade after an acrimonious breakup.