LUCERO @ BLUEBIRD THEATER | THURS, 4/18/13 Outside of perhaps the Hold Steady -- which shares a proclivity for Bruce Springsteen -- nobody plays straight-up rock these days as convincingly as Lucero. Led by Ben Nichols's gravelly croak, Lucero borrows liberally from the Boss and Lynyrd Skynyrd on so ... More >>
Led Zeppelin was already a record-setting global powerhouse when Atlantic Records released their fifth album, Houses of the Holy, on March 28, 1973. The English quartet had laid down the basic tracks for the record in the spring of 1972 at the Rolling Stones' mobile recording studio at Stargroves, a ... More >>
So Dave Grohl, through his peeps at Nasty Little Man, just clarified the seemingly incendiary remarks he made during his acceptance speech at the Grammy Awards last weekend when he was picking up his Gramophone trophy. Turns out, as suspected, he wasn't ripping on dance music specifically, his com ... More >>
Alpine Herbal Wellness isn't trying to attract the average Joe-medical patient with its slick, art gallery-meets-medical clinic atmosphere. I picture affluent baby boomers walking to it from their million-dollar town homes, Bernese mountain dogs in tow.
Depending on what you think the proper role of a real musician might be or what a real musician is or looks like, the Inactivists (due at The Walnut Room tonight) might either be the ultimate novelty act or an inspired conspiracy of talented artists with a shared love of warped humor.
It was a series of firsts last night for Adam Perry: In was his first show at Red Rocks and his first time seeing the Flaming Lips. Given the profound, momentous nature of that combination, we thought we'd share his experience, and as a result you get a bonus review of the show today.Adam PerryTh ... More >>
Tuesday, July 29, Ogden Theatre, 303-832-1874.
Radiohead was here.
Sunday, October 15, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.
Is Terry Reid the unluckiest man in rock?
The Dearly Beloved strike a balance between fringe folk and Buddhist blues.
Karsh Kale spins the soundtrack as blissful worlds collide.
The Tin Hat Trio defies description -- even by its own members.
Norwegian retro-rockers Cato Salsa Experience heat up Scandinavia with a cool sound.
Marky Mark becomes a Rock Star, but he doesn't get to enjoy it.
Detroit's White Stripes will save your savage soul.
Jupiter (Hydra Head Records)
Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones goes it alone.