CAT POWER @ THE OGDEN THEATRE | 01/24/13 Cat Power -- better known as Chan Marshall and a Revolving Cast of Other Folks -- played a bizarrely unbalanced show last night at the Ogden. When it was good, it was transformative. When it was bad, it was hard not to feel a little sympathetic for the other ... More >>
We suspected that the fall concert season was going to carry the momentum from the summer concert series, but we had no idea just how memorable it was going to be. Here we are just roughly past the halfway mark, and already we've been treated to shows by Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, Madonna, Leona ... More >>
WALLFLOWERS @ OGDEN THEATRE | 10/24/12 Jakob Dylan must be a hell of a poker player. Last night's show at the Ogden proved that, as the Wallflowers frontman crooned through a couple dozen songs with a stony glare on his face. Clad in black and looking every bit as youthful as he did at the peak of ... More >>
New week, whole new batch of shows. We start off the week with an absolute bang -- Sleigh Bells tonight at the Boulder Theater -- and end it with lauded locals Big Head Todd and the Monsters playing a super intimate show at the Soiled Dove Underground to raise money to give emergency aid to those ba ... More >>
A bunch of new dates going on sale later this week: This November, the Coup is coming to the Summit Music Hall, Killswitch Engage is due at the Fox and Interpol frontman Paul Banks is slated at the Bluebird. In December, Broncho's at the Gothic and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are at the Ogden. Finally, ... More >>
New Year's Eve is shaping up to be an epic night of shows, with the String Cheese Incident pulling into 1STBANK Center for a three-night NYE run (tickets on sale this Saturday, September 29), STS9 plays three shows at the Fillmore (tickets on sale Friday, September 28), and the Motet's Beginning of ... More >>
If you thought last week's new show announcements were killer, brace yourself. This week's show is just as killer, er make that Killers. After being missing in action for the past couple of years, the Las Vegas quartet is making its triumphant return this November at the 1STBANK Center in support of ... More >>
Thursday, March 18 Uh, hey. It's Danielle Ate the Sandwich. I've been on the road and away from home a couple of days now, and am officially one hour from Austin and ready to go. Today, I play at Bar 512 for the Spokesbuzz Showcase. I'm excited to play with a lot of great bands from Fort C ... More >>
The Black Crowes, Vetiver Saturday, Dec. 13 Fillmore Auditorium Better than: Revisiting the sounds of '60s soul and '70s rock with a middling bar band. "I swear I've heard that riff before." That was the recurring thought as I watched the Black Crowes and Vetiver perform Saturday, as the solos, the ... More >>
Rebel, Sweetheart (Interscope)
Rose Hill Drive's no-frills approach is guaranteed to rock your socks off.
Lisa Marie Presley's belated rock-and-roll career couldn't have come at a better time.
For Al Kraizer, the LoDo Music Festival is a labor of love — in more ways than one.
My Private Nation (Columbia)
Take a peek inside the nation's unlikeliest Bob Dylan archive.
Country-radio pros gather in Colorado to search for ways to seduce a younger generation.
Early in his career, Will Hoge is making powerful friends.
Harlan Hendrickson wants to prove that '80s rock and roll is not noise pollution.
From the week of December 14, 2000
The Wallflowers wither in the hype.
Beastie Boy pal Money Mark likes to make new music the old-fashioned way.
Three members of famous musical families provide a good argument for nepotism.
The Old 97's aren't country rockers. They're country punks.
The members of Bis know what's wrong with most of their peers: They're too old.