Railroad Earth return to the area to play a two-night stand at the Fillmore on Friday, January 17, and Saturday, January 18. General admission tickets (.$27.50/$30 and $50 two-day) go on sale this Friday, November 1, at 10 a.m. Keep reading to see what other shows are on sale this week, what songs a ... More >>
EAGLES @ PEPSI CENTER | 10/5/13 The Eagles' current tour is titled "The History of the Eagles," and this performance at the Pepsi Center did a great job of living up to that title with side lessons about Linda Ronstadt's old touring band, the country-rock stylings of Poco in the 1970s and the musica ... More >>
And it don't stop. Another batch of great shows announced this week, including Rise Against, who's due for a pair of back-to-back nights at the Fillmore in September, as well as Peter Gabriel, who will be performing his album So in its entirety a few nights later at Red Rocks. Wait, there's more: th ... More >>
Mojo Nixon (due Friday, April 13, and Saturday, April 14, at the Lion's Lair) gained notoriety in the mid- to late '80s for his irreverent songs informed by an absurdist humor with partner Skid Roper. Nixon's exuberant, unapologetic persona won over audiences because even as Nixon would make seeming ... More >>
Guitarist Don Felder writes about his ouster from the Eagles.
Long Road Out of Eden
Universal Music Group
Wednesday, May 25, Paramount Theatre, 303-830-8497.
A smokin' deal
Checks and Balances
Telluride lawman Bill Masters is no dope. So what turned him against the war on drugs?
Black Black Ocean's dadaist rock laughs in the face of absurdity.
Richie Furay found something unexpected on his way to country-rock stardom: salvation.
A new generation is rediscovering one of Denver's strangest bands.
EX-EAGLE RANDY MEISNER ON GETTING SCREWED OUT OF A FORTUNE.
THE ROCK-AND-ROLLERS WHOSE FACES COULD STOP A CLOCK. UGLY A LOOK AT THE MOST FRIGHTENING FACES IN ROCK AND ROLL.
WHOSE DIVORCE RECORDS ARE SEALED? READ ALL ABOUT IT.
THE EAGLES AND PINK FLOYD BRING BACK THE ME DECADE.
THE BANDS THAT CAN FILL STADIUMS OFFER ONLY BLASTS FROM THE PAST.