Redefining an instrument and creating a new genre are rare musical feats, creative accomplishments that come once in a generation, at best. The death of Earl Eugene Scruggs on Wednesday at the age of 88 marked the passing of such an innovator, an American artist who built a brand new sound out of fo ... More >>
We feel the same way about you, Fred Durst.The bad news is that Snoop Dogg is getting a sitcom, a no-doubt hackneyed affair starring the Doggfather as a patriarch with his mind on his family and his family on his mind. The even worse news is that Limp Bizkit front-penis Fred Durst is apparent ... More >>
Earlier this week, Lady Gaga reportedly refused permission to "Weird Al" Yankovic to release a parody of her new single, "Born This Way," called "Perform This Way." Upset, but well-aware of his right, Yankovic released the song anyway. Turns out, Lady Gaga actually loves "Weird Al" and is pla ... More >>
While our profile on Pete Wernick in this week's issue primarily focused on the duality of his roles in his bluegrass/jazz group Flexigrass and with the traditional bluegrass act Long Road Home, Wernick also discussed a number of other things including: what good bluegrass is, his introduction and t ... More >>
Are there any more Baileys at home like you and Boss? As if the news about the Denver Broncos wasn't bad enough already, now we hear that the two best players on the team's hideous defense, Champ and Boss Bailey, are both hurt; Champ's on the shelf for four to six weeks with a groin injury, while ... More >>
Surprise: Sarah Palin offered up some new material. Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was scheduled to begin speaking to the faithful gathered at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds at 9 a.m. today, but just prior to that time, KHOW yakker Dan Caplis announced tha ... More >>
From the week of October 20, 2005
The state of 240 Union is very, very good.
Denver filmmakers take to the road and Do It for Johnny.
The Double-Barrelled Slingshots know punk rock should be fast, furious -- and fiesty.
Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-fonics echo the happy days of Fifties rock.
Gerald Nicosia has spent a decade challenging the disposition of Jack Kerouac's $20 million literary estate. Along the way, he's annoyed most of what remains of the beat generation.
The names of the patriots have changed, but not their tune.
THE ORIENTAL'S REVIVAL AS AN ART HOUSE IS BRIEF.
WHO'S BURIED IN LEONARD FAHRNI'S BASEMENT? THE SURVIVORS OF CU'S TRIVIA BOWL.