When Jesse Elliott came to Denver in early 2013, he was only passing through. As the frontman of Washington, D.C.-based rock band These United States, he'd passed through Denver plenty of times. In fact, that group toured so much that Elliott hadn't kept a home address for three years. But a week ... More >>
Jason Isbell shared the billing with Hard Working Americans at the Ogden last night. Isbell took the stage promptly at 8 p.m., and that seemed to throw almost everyone for a loop. At about 8:10, with the club only at three-quarters capacity, Isbell was already into his second song, "Go It Alone," of ... More >>
TODD SNIDER at BLUEBIRD THEATER |10/19/13 Todd Snider didn't skimp on stories at his show at the Bluebird Theater. Before "Ballad of Devil's Backbone Tavern," he told us how his nephew is getting into singing and songwriting. Apparently he had told Snider that he didn't sing a lot of his songs so mu ... More >>
It's been a busy week for concert announcements. Live Nation announced three new Fillmore shows, including Jack's Mannequin on Tuesday, April 7, Thievery Corporation on Tuesday, April 16 and the Decemberists on Tuesday, May 26. John Prine and Levon Helm's Saturday, June 13 show at Red Rocks with Lev ... More >>
Hayes Carll’s always been known as an animated performer – but these days, the description can be taken literally. In “Crystal Beach Memories,” a clip accessible at Will Ferrell’s FunnyOrDie.com site, he looks like the image above as he talks about his life and times – topics that domina ... More >>
From the classroom to the stage, this troubadour is molding young minds.
Fresh from Nashville, this songstress visits her old stamping grounds.
Drag the River gets ready to open up its country heart.
Tommy Womack is still rattling Nashville's cage, but in a kinder, gentler way.
Preacher Boy made a believer out of Eagle-Eye Cherry. Now he's hoping to convert local audiences as well.
Many important musicians won't be on stage in Boulder with Emmylou Harris -- but they'll be with her.
The big time's calling for Boulder's Sally Taylor -- but she's taking her sweet time answering.
Delbert McClinton has something better than a record deal: a sound all his own.
Mary Lou Lord is smarter than the average busker.
Handing out the trophies for 1997's best albums.
Dan Bern makes folk music. But you might like it anyway.
In a cynical world, Iris DeMent struggles to maintain her virtue.
CARLENE CARTER RETURNS IN AN UNLIKELY GUISE--AS A C&W STAR.