Paige PetersonGood Housekeeping: A promising, dearly departed Denver outfit led by Paige Peterson and Valerie Green that split up not too terribly long ago -- remember them?
When the band ended, Paige, of course, went on to play in Gangcharger, while Green moved to Indiana, where she's been ... More >>
Jon SolomonMonroe Monroe
VINEFIELD AGENCY SHOWCASE
10.16.2010 | Casselman's Bar & Venue
It's an ambitious task fitting close to a dozen diverse acts into a five and a half-hour show, but the folks at the Vinefield Agency pulled it off as part of new company's launch party and showcase. Loca ... More >>
Tom MurphyNathan & Stephen at the Mayan
UMS Travelogue, Day Two
7.23.10 / Baker District, South Broadway
Well away from the densest cluster of the festival was a place called Fentress Architects Materials Garden on 4th and Broadway, and when you walked through the glass doors, there was a l ... More >>
Here's our massive, multi-page report/travelogue of the Westword Music Showcase from (in order) Tom Murphy, Cory Casciato, A.H. Goldstein, Jef Otte, Jon Solomon and Brain Frederick. Let us know in the comments what you saw and loved, saw and hated, or missed and hated yourself for missing.
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Tom MurphyGangcharger's Ethan Ward at the MeadowlarkGangcharger started out as something of a side-project Ethan Ward did with a few friends. Few probably saw or remember the earliest incarnation of the band, but when it started up full force at the end of 2008, even if you didn't like the ac ... More >>
WidowersMoonspeed with Widowers
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Better Than: A CD release show with an overloaded line-up.
After an extended break from performance, Widowers played its first
show in a few months. The sonic configuration for this show seemed
cleaner and more spare than ... More >>
This fine evening, Blue Million Miles is sharing a bill at 3 Kings Tavern with Lion Sized -- whose members will be taking some time off to hangout with kinfolk and write and record a new record, which means this will effectively be its last show of the year -- and Accordion Crimes. In advance of ... More >>