When National Public Radio's weekly news quiz, "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!," began, way back in 1998, host Peter Sagal and his sidekick, radio veteran Carl Kassell, weren't even in the same room, let alone in front of a studio audience. The call-in show was recorded remotely from different studios. ... More >>
Guitarist Charlie Hunter and drummer Scott Amendola teamed up in the mid '90s as part of T.J. Kirk, an outfit that played the music of Thelonious Monk, James Brown and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Amendola, who also appears on a few of Hunter's mid-'90s Blue Note recordings, has worked with a number of musi ... More >>
KIROTV in Lynwood, Washington recently reported a story about a real-life superhero named Phoenix Jones who stopped a car theft by chasing the man down the street. Weird, but not unheard of in this post-Kick-Ass world. In fact, there is an entire website devoted to these real world superheroe ... More >>
John Tesh, Red Rocks god. Blogging is fun-damental. Backbeat Online features a slideshow of fourteen memorable (or not) live recordings made at Red Rocks. Which category would you put John Tesh's album in? Also earning items of their own: a preview of the new Portugal. The Man album, a behind-the ... More >>
The Warning (Astralwerks)
Zima tries to avoid going down the drain.
Twenty-four hours inside Denver radio: A survivor's story.
CU plans a swell weekend for its cuddly football prospects.
Rounding up holiday discs that offer season's greetings -- and beatings.
He's gone country
A guide to new holiday discs, from surprise presents to Tannen-bombs.
If this summer’s concert season has an encore, we’d rather skip it.
From race to religion, Chocolate Genius tells it like it is.
From the week of March 15, 2001
A look at local recordings.
Kids, this is Yanni. Turn OFF the boom box and come out with your hands up.
As New Mexico's native son, Robert Mirabal is blurring the line between old and new worlds.
The anatomy of a newscast.
Give Louis Colaiannia a hand--he'll need one after his 24-hour marathon.
Robbie Robertson digs into his past so he can move into the future.
Getting cozy with Mary Marlowe, Denver's queen of late-night romance.
The wit and wisdom of John Tesh. Seriously.
THINGS YOU DID IN DENVER WHILE YOU WERE STOPPED DEAD IN TRAFFIC ON THE WAY TO DIA.