With the exception of the main headliners (Dennis DeYoung and the Gin Blossoms) and a handful of new local acts, the lineup for this year's Denver Day of Rock Concerts for Kids (taking place for free on five stages along the 16th Street Mall, between 15th and 16th Streets, on Saturday, May 28) doesn ... More >>
Here's what's good in the Mile High City this week. On the concert front: Besides the back-to-back Mumford & Sons dates we told you about yesterday, we have word on the Cars and Taylor Swift shows, as well as Hudson Gardens and Mishawaka's summer lineups. Meanwhile on local radio, Veronica, ... More >>
Forming at the tender age of fifteen in the early '00s, there's no doubt the Coronas sound was shaped by The Strokes and their ilk. At times, the still youngish four-piece even channel a little of that Gin Blossoms' movie soundtrack charm -- guitars and piano merge dramatically with drums and ... More >>
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It's that time again. Next Thursday night, the Denver Film Festival kicks off. Although the various films are clearly the main draw, by no means are they the only attraction. As in years past, the real excitement takes place after the screenings. For those who are unable to get their hands on an ... More >>
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Harlan Hendrickson wants to prove that '80s rock and roll is not noise pollution.
Arizona's Les Payne Product feels the burn.
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Masseuse Carla Madison keeps in touch with the Denver music scene.
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TWO NEW STATIONS TURN DENVER RADIO UPSIDE DOWN.
16 HORSEPOWER FINALLY GETS THE RECORD CONTRACT IT DESERVES.
THE GIN BLOSSOMS' ROBIN WILSON ON BOOZE, DEATH AND HIT RECORDS.