I know it's hard to imagine now, especially with the temperature outside and the blanket of snow currently covering the Front Range, but summertime is just around the corner, which means the festival season is just getting ready to kick off. We know this because we're in the middle of putting togeth ... More >>
If you missed the hour-long live-stream a bit ago in which "Weird Al" Yankovic announced the headliners for this year's edition of Bonnaroo, rest easy. We've got you covered. We took notes on all the acts announced thus far. Prepare to be overwhelmed. There's roughly ten billion on the bill, includi ... More >>
And it don't stop. Another batch of great shows announced this week, including Rise Against, who's due for a pair of back-to-back nights at the Fillmore in September, as well as Peter Gabriel, who will be performing his album So in its entirety a few nights later at Red Rocks. Wait, there's more: th ... More >>
Here's what's good in the Mile High City this week. On the concert front: Besides the back-to-back Mumford & Sons dates we told you about yesterday, we have word on the Cars and Taylor Swift shows, as well as Hudson Gardens and Mishawaka's summer lineups. Meanwhile on local radio, Veronica, ... More >>
Nearly a year after helping break in in the remodeled 1STBANK Center last March, Furthur, fronted by Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, is slated to return for another three-night stand on Friday, February 11, through Sunday, February 13. Reserved and general-admission tickets, which range from $55 to $ ... More >>
‚ÄčThe Flaming Lips' latest effort, Embryonic, grabbed the spot at Twist & Shout for the second week in row while Flight of the Conchord and Lyle Lovett came in second and third. Monsters of Folk's debut and Shrinebuilder's new self-titled album round out the top five for the week ending October ... More >>
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Bluegrass Roots: The Best of Bluegrass and More, Live From etown
Swingin' from the rafters at Appaloosa Grill
Rounding up holiday discs that offer season's greetings -- and beatings.
Leftover Salmonís collaboration with Cracker goes swimmingly.
After losing a founding member, Leftover Salmon decides to swim rather than sink.
McCloskey Brothers Band
Blue Country Heart (Columbia)
Lookout for Hope (Sugar Hill)
Leftover Salmon fans help ease the pain of banjo player Mark Vannís passing.
Clever as a Fox, Boulderís best club turns ten.
Multi-talented songwriter Laurie Lewis makes music with an ear toward tradition. But she's not afraid to break rules.
The time is nigh for the release of Billy & Lizaís collaborative CD.
While stretching the boundaries of old-timey bluegrass, Yonder Mountain String Band has reached a peak.
Charles Sawtelle: Music From Rancho deVille
Music From Rancho deVille breathes new life into Charles Sawtelleís legacy.
The Grass Is Blue
Better ways to spend your holiday cash than an evening with Neil Diamond.
December 31, 1998 - January 6, 1999
June 25 - July 1, 1998
Why Nineties hippies are discovering mandolinist Sam Bush.
May 21 - 27, 1998
The biggest musical winners from 1996.
The vocalist reinvents herself on a new album.