Gotta love record companies, especially the majors. What moxie, eh? Even in the midst of steadily declining record sales, that get progressively worse each year, and despite the fact that we're smack dab in a recession with record unemployment, they're still trying to squeeze every penny out of u ... More >>
Wednesday, April 23, Bluebird Theater, 303-830-8497.
In this week's Message column focuses upon Nerf (pictured), the program director for KTCL -- and along the way, he's credited with putting the Fray into rotation prior to the point at which the group officially signed to Epic Records. But others at the station had an even more hands-on role when it ... More >>
KTCL's program director wants his station to be cool yet get good ratings. It's a tough balance to strike.
The Top 10 Heavy Metal Albums of 2006.
Matisyahu's musical orthodoxy isn't as unorthodox as it seems.
Friday, September 16, Paramount Theatre, 303-830-8497.
Dan Rutherford has his finger on Mootown's musical pulse.
Ghost writer Garland Jeffreys returns to his old haunt: the stage.
With God on their side, these musicians have gone from zeros to heroes.
Putting Denver on the musical map.
In the final tally, Avril is far less Complicated than Britney.
Pearl Jam accuses the Rocky Mountain News of uneven flow.
With its show off the air, Tenacious D no longer rules the idiot box. Now the rotund duo just wants to rule the world.
Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis is the guy behind the guys
Boulder songwriter Kristina Ingham continues refining the sound she's built.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acknowledges Scotty Moore, the guitarist behind the King.
Mike Ness makes an album without so much Social Distortion.
As part of Tuatara, R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck heads in new musical directions.
On two new reissues, a pair of C&W legends refuse to paint by the numbers.
Would someone please try to cheer up Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen?
Mike Ness of Social Distortion has a few problems with today's punk rock.
Gene Simmons is offering the deal of the century on a slightly used rock band.
Steve Earle has taken everything that's been thrown at him--and he's coming back for more.
THIS YEAR'S CHRISTMAS DISCS PROVIDE SOME ROUGH SLEDDING.
YOU'VE GOT TO USE YOUR HEAD TO GET INTO SHUDDER TO THINK.