There's some stellar music on tap this week to look forward to no matter your flavor. The week kicks off with an absolute bang this afternoon at the Summit Music Hall with Cannibal Corpse, which headlines the Summer Slaughter tour with Between the Buried & Me, Job for a Cowboy, Exhumed, Goatwhore an ... More >>
Su-Yin MahBirds & Batteries San Francisco's Birds & Batteries may be essentially a pop band, but the lushness of the act's songwriting and the ability to evoke and articulate complex emotions with poetry and intensity is a rare talent these days. The group's latest album, 2010's Panorama, li ... More >>
Yes, this Michael Sawaya.Prepare to consider Michael Sawaya -- best known as the guy from the auto-injury law firm -- in a light in which it is pretty much guaranteed you have never considered him. To celebrate the release of Turbulence in the River, his new book about "finding your world and ... More >>
Robert Plant visits the Fillmore Auditorium on Wednesday, April 27, as part of the third leg of his tour supporting his Grammy-nomimated Band of Joy. He'll be bringing the same band that's on the recording, including Patty Griffin, Darrell Scott, Bryon House, Marco Giovino and Buddy Miller.
FURTHUR 9/24/2010 - 9/26/2010 | Red Rocks Amphitheatre In some way or another, the surviving members of the Grateful Dead have kept things alive for the last fifteen years. Bassist Phil Lesh has been the hardest touring, with his ever-evolving lineup of Phil and Friends. Guitarist Bob We ... More >>
It's only right that the Denver Film Society's Film on the Rocks series should f√™te Woodstock's 40th anniversary, considering that the event, the music and the movie have become inseparably melded in our collective consciousness over time. Besides, FOTR is all about a similar gestalt -- so o ... More >>
We donít see nothiní wrong with a little bump-and-grind.
From the week of August 3, 2006
High-octane margs fuel enlightenment.
Check the Vegas odds: It's time to predict this year's rock-star deaths.
Contemplate the sound of one hand clapping in a Capitol Hill zen garden.
Former Byrd Roger McGuinn wants to keep folk aloft.
During ski season, local promoters know there's gold in them thar hills.
From the week of March 16
How CSNY reproduced again.
Colorado's cheap solution to prison overcrowding has cost inmates plenty. It could cost the state millions.
SHANE MACGOWAN ENJOYS WINE, WOMEN AND SONG, IN ROUGHLY THAT ORDER.
SEBADOH'S LOU BARLOW GOES BEYOND LO-FI.
OUR LIST OF THE MOST OVERPLAYED CLASSIC-ROCK SONGS OF ALL TIME.