As people who think about, talk about, write about, listen to and make music, it's not surprising that the most common (and favorite) topic of conversation among us is the same: "What are you listening to right now?" Stick a quarter in us, and, boy, wouldn't you know it, off we go, on and on about t ... More >>
A relative newcomer to the drag scene, Luke List has been performing as alter-ego Zoe O. for a little more than a year -- but that was long enough for him to win Charlie's Mr. July and Man of the Year 2011. And he's ready for Saturday night's Queen of Aces pageant and fundraiser for the Colorado Ga ... More >>
The IRS loves leaning on rich people for tax evasion. Case in point, reports have surfaced that Lil' Jon (whose house was just foreclosed on in August) is on the hook for $638,000. It's certainly not easy to do taxes if you're a musician -- or any type of entertainer for that matter -- which ... More >>
Christmas songs really ought to be up little tunes -- hope, faith, charity, love and all that. But some songs have apparently snuck through the back door, drunk up all the rum, made a clumsy pass on pretty much everyone but the family dog, and are now holding court in the corner, seriously br ... More >>
The Arvada Center breaks out of the holiday pack.
Projekt Revolution, which concluded its 2007 run on September 3 at Coors Amphitheatre, wasn't exactly revolutionary from a musical standpoint. Sizable chunks of the venerable package show headlined by Linkin Park played like extended outtakes from VH1's I Love the '80s. Still, there were quite a few ... More >>
All Gershwin, all the time.
The Family Stone is hard to like, harder still to hate.
Boulder's Dinner Theatre offers a magical, if predictable, version of The Wizard of Oz.
Criminal swipes its story from a far superior movie.
The CSFAC examines the Old West while its new director shakes up the place.
Disco 3 (Sanctuary)
Other People’s Songs (Mute)
The Pink Oz parallels are all in good time.
A high-spirited collection of sketches makes When Pigs Fly soar.
Little Voice fails to hit true notes in its portrayal of a withdrawn girl.
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
This year's holiday CDs alternately inspire joy, nausea and terror. Which would you prefer?
Part one of a pre-millennial salute to the music that made America sing.
We've got 1998's best albums in stock, but they're going fast.
The best holiday discs, as well as others that will make you pity the yule.
NOW DEPARTING: THE FRATERNAL CLUB OF DINING-CAR WAITERS AND PORTERS.ALL ABOARD THEY'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD--AND THEY'VE CHANGED THE FACE OF DENVER IN THE PROCESS.
LIFE IS A DRAG FOR PUSSY TOURETTE--AND THAT'S THE WAY HE LIKES IT.
The Velvet Underground, Big Star, Guru, The Drop Nineteens