Mark HolthusenDavid Eugene Edwards Wovenhand (due at The Marquis Theater tomorrow night with Git Some) is the current musical project of David Eugene Edwards. In his early bands, Bloodflower and The Denver Gentlemen, Edwards was developing an aesthetic that some consider synonymous with all ... More >>
The Hives are a Swedish import with staying power, and the band’s lead singer, Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist, knows it, as he makes clear in the following Q&A – a conversation conducted in advance of the outfit’s impending visit to Denver (see the appropriate Now Hear This item for the particulars) ... More >>
The Arvada Center hosts complementary solos by Bryan Andrews and Joe Riché.
The top WTF moments of 2005.
Rex Ray's newest collages stop hearts at Rule.
Chico Chicovsky imagines the impossible -- then makes it happen.
Junior Senior is proud to be a silly dance band.
The Double-Barrelled Slingshots know punk rock should be fast, furious -- and fiesty.
From the week of January 11, 2001
PeakArts founder Karen Romeo may be a victim of the Boulder arts community's haughty ego.
The Ranch Girls keep the heart of American country beating in Holland.
Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones goes it alone.
Two of Denver's leading industrialists embrace the dark side of the force.
What do you get when greenhouse gases inspire greenhouse guesses? A heated argument--but not much scientific agreement.
Life's a party for the Sugar Twist Kids.
HE SAID HE WORKED FOR THE CIA AND HAD A HIDDEN PIPELINE TO KUWAITI OIL MONEY. BUT POLICE NEVER DID CATCH UP TO COLORADO SCAM ARTIST JOHN SAVAGE--OR HIS MILLIONS.TRUE LIES WHEN HE DIED IN AUGUST, MASTER CRIMINAL JOHN SAVAGE LEFT BEHIND A TRAIL OF UNANSWERE