While many comics will play to their political or cultural bases, Ron White is virtually impossible to pin down to any one audience. First rising to fame through the Blue Collar Comedy Tour with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy, he became a hero to conservatives with his pro-death penalty and ... More >>
If Mitt Romney wins tonight in Michigan, he'll be one step closer to earning the Republican nomination to run against incumbent President Barack Obama. Romney has a ton of money, an impeccable head of hair and a hustler's spirit. While everybody's all worried about the economy this and recession tha ... More >>
Blowjobs, blowjobs, blowjobs, vodka. You'd think at a Chelsea Handler comedy show sponsored by Belvedere Vodka that there'd be more vodka plugs, more jokes about alcohol or more punch lines about boozing it up with your girlfriends. But there weren't. The only plugs Chelsea -- or any of the ... More >>
Christian Lander is a true Internet-generation success story. Just over a year ago, he launched a website called called Stuff White People Like, and in short order, he became a media sensation -- an unexpected turn on which he's wisely trying to capitalize. He penned a book entitled Stuff White Pe ... More >>
British singer-songwriter Adele Adkins, who's in town for a sold-out show at the Bluebird Theater tonight, is having a moment. She's been nominated for four Grammy awards, including Song of the Year and Best New Artist, in conjunction with 19, an album named for her age upon the time of its releas ... More >>
Canada's Sam Roberts is determined to rock the Lower 48.
Chris Martin expects people to hate him. So why is Coldplay feeling so much love?
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
His song dares to challenge the Nashville money machine. Somehow, though, songwriter Larry Cordle has gotten away with Murder.
Elliott Smith has nothing to do with what's happening in the current music scene. Thank goodness.
Jake Schroeder raises a flag for Opie Gone Bad.
This year's holiday CDs alternately inspire joy, nausea and terror. Which would you prefer?
Johnny Dowd, Dublin to Dakar, Afro-Celt Sound System, Andrea Bocelli, The Beautiful South
Red Rocks may or may not be sliding down the hill, but Friends of Red Rocks’ trust in the city is slipping away.
Part two of a pre-millennial trek through a hundred years of pop music.
Mike Ness makes an album without so much Social Distortion.
Getting cozy with Mary Marlowe, Denver's queen of late-night romance.
Great musical moments in Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon history.