There are some excellent shows in town this week as we lead up to Fourth of July weekend, including Fitz & the Tantrums two-night stand at the Ogden Theatre, Sarah McLachlan at Red Rocks, as well as Zeds Dead and Dada Life co-headlining at Red Rocks.
Any Denverite whose New Year's resolution was to laugh more has both admirably modest ambitions and a bounty of entertainment options this January. If you didn't resolve to laugh more, do it retroactively because achievable goals build confidence. With exciting developments from Denver's two favorit ... More >>
Being stylish has its price: For restaurant employees, having a tongue barbell, ear plugs, bright pink locks or an anime tattoo on their arms could get them fired, bitched at -- or not hired in the first place. An unconventional look with body modifications and Manic Panic really should not be a det ... More >>
Now into it's third decade, Sarah McLachlan's career seems to be burning brighter than it has in a long time. The singer-songwriter was instrumental in bringing women to the front in the '90s with her female artist-focused Lilith Fair tour, a festival that flourished at a pivotal time in popu ... More >>
After an eleven year hiatus, Sarah McLachlan has revived the Lilith Tour (originally the Lilith Fair) that she helped found in 1996. In keeping with the original female-centric tours from 1997-99, McLachlan is bringing a number of top female artists including Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert ... More >>
Twins Tegan and Sara bring separate strengths to their musical partnership.
A blues enthusiast digs up the backstory on some red-hot mamas.
Sunday, March 13, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.
Madeleine Peyroux returns after a puzzling eight-year absence.
Juggling pain, loss, hope and rage, Shannon Wright just wants a little truth.
LILT spotlights local talent
The hills are alive with the sound of music. Ever wonder why?
India.Arie taps into a soulful past to create her own kind of wonderful.
Neko Case has yet to make the Opry, but her reputation as a new country pioneer is grand.
For better or for worse, Lost and Delirious lives up to its name.
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Big Mon: The Songs of Bill Monroe
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Longtime Denver favorite Nina Storey keeps her budding success in perspective.
Lilith Fair touts women, but reinforces their traditional place in music.
The Pin Downs are in it just for the chicks.
The inside story of the little Boulder label that could.
A chromosome-challenged critic gets in touch with his feminine side.
Tori Amos on her relationship with higher powers.
Neko Case aims to shake up the world of country music.
Nina Storey is moving into one of her career's most important chapters.
Reconsidering the image of the do-it-yourself poster child.
Josie Kreuzer gives rockabilly a new twang.
The Red Aunts have no relation to punk cliches.
The peak performances by Colorado artists in 1997.
Singer-songwriter Beth Orton has many sides, and she likes them all.
The members of Bis know what's wrong with most of their peers: They're too old.