Lola, the frontwoman for Lola Black, has been carrying brass knuckles since she was a teenager. So far, she hasn't had to use them. "Sometimes coming out of a bar, I'll put them in my back pocket, just in case," she says. "You never know..." Since the band's 2008 inception, its logo has been brass ... More >>
Every year at the Westword Music Showcase, we enlist our army of Backbeat wordsmiths to host various stages. In addition to their emcee duties, we ask them to pull double duty by submitting a travelogue of their individual stage. Adam Steininger hosted at Broadways this past Saturday. Keep reading f ... More >>
FacebookSome terribly sad news to report this afternoon: The Mile High City has lost another beloved member of our local music scene. If you haven't heard yet -- although based on the outpouring of remembrances on his Facebook page today, the news has already reached a great many of you -- Ni ... More >>
It's Christmas time again in the Mile High City. That means you can count on a few things: Festive, postcard-worthy lights adorning the city and county building, seeing a proliferation of Santa hats on drunken weekend warriors from LoDo to SoCo and, of course, the return of Blister 66's annual White ... More >>
From the week of December 22, 2005
Blister 66 trashes Christmas. Again.
Don't start no stuff, won't be no stuff.
When your private parts become public, it's hard not to be a dick.
The Rock Iní Freak Fest gets freakier.
The lowdown on the Music Showcase awards.
Blister 66 gets ready to get signed. Again.
The Denver music community unites, while Together Productionís rave efforts fall apart.
GLENDALE HAMMERS A NIGHTCLUB AFTER A MUSICIAN STRIPS ON STAGE.