The term "bottle service" usually implies something very specific: plush pleather seating and a bottle of your favorite booze, complete with an array of classic mixers and potentially a gaggle of scantily-clad ladies. While Denver does boast plenty of places that will give you exactly this -- a nigh ... More >>
ZAC BROWN BAND @ RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE | 5/8/13 "We're gonna warm it up!" Zac Brown said just before he launched into "Toes," one of the handful of Jimmy Buffettized country-rock tunes his band played at Red Rocks last night. That song ("Toes in the water/Ass in the sand"... don't act like you have ... More >>
Jimmy De Martini's musical background is rooted more in Jimmy Page than Jimmy Dean, more in the work of rock acts like Guns N' Roses than contemporary country artists like Alan Jackson. But for nearly a decade, De Martini has played fiddle for the Zac Brown Band, one of the most commercially success ... More >>
Wednesday, February 15, Pepsi Center, 303-830-8497.
Miranda Lambert, two-time Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year, will be at the 1STBANK Center on Saturday, March 17 in support of her latest effort, Four the Record, which was released last November. Chris Young and Jerrod Niemann will both open the show. Tickets, which start ... More >>
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Wednesday, November 30, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.
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