CHUCK RAGAN @ SUMMIT MUSIC HALL | SAT, 4/13/13 Chuck Ragan first made his mark as the frontman of Hot Water Music, one of the more highly influential punk acts to emerge in the '90s. Fueled by youthful exuberance and inspired in part by the music that surrounding the skateboarding culture of the tim ... More >>
A bunch of great shows announced this week: Fresh off a string of well received comeback shows, Fall Out Boy is back with a new record and a tour that will hit Denver in June. Vampire Weekend is due at Red Rocks with Of Monsters and Men, while fun. has announced a date of its own at Red Rocks with T ... More >>
Over the course of the next few weeks, Backbeat will be counting down the twenty most fabled moments in Denver music history. Today, a look back at the time when Radiohead had all of its gear stolen outside the Rockmada before a 1995 show at the Ogden Theatre. Okay, so it's bad enough that Radiohea ... More >>
Although Soul Asylum was originally slated perform at the finish line of the Sports Authority Rock 'n Roll Denver Marathon on Sunday, October 9, the band won't be able to make it due to scheduling conflicts. Smash Mouth is stepping in to fill the headlining slot for the marathon, which also t ... More >>
Gaga's nostalgia-inducing butt.Although physical albums are on there way to being rendered completely useless, there was a time -- believe it or not -- back when telephones still had curly cords, that all recordings were only available in a tangible form. As such you developed attachments to ... More >>
â€‹Sounds like everything's turning up roses these days for el broski with the froski. For those in the cheap seats, we're referring to Mr. Rob Drabkin, the proud owner of Denver's most distinctive do. The singer-songwriter was just tapped to open seventeen dates on Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam's ... More >>
Radiohead was here.
Thursday, March 22, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700.
Indulge your inner songbird.
Fast reviews of recent releases
Another Fine Day (Lost Highway)
Left to his own devices, Vic Chesnutt cheers up on a new record.
After a stint in the limelight as a founder of Hüsker Dü, Grant Hart is content to be quiet, independent and alone.
'Til We Outnumber 'em
Jeff Tweedy moves Wilco further toward perfect pop...and perfect despair.
Dan Murphy comes out from behind a bank of Golden Smog.
The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli, in black, white and gray.
Members of Radiohead hope their latest trip to Colorado won't be as creepy as the last.
BURDENED BY IMPOSSIBLE EXPECTATIONS, DAVE PIRNER ACHES TO TAKE SHELTER IN SOUL ASYLUM.