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Cassie Taylor

3 years ago by Jon Solomon
At just 26 years of age, Cassie Taylor already has a decade of performing and recording experience under her belt, having played bass and sung with her father, the great Boulder-based bluesman Otis Taylor, during that time. On her latest effort, Out of My Mind, Taylor proves that she's got...
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Cassie Taylor has the blues in her blood

3 years ago by Jon Solomon
It was just like a Thanksgiving miracle, to be honest," says Cassie Taylor, recalling the first time she played bass. Her father, famed Boulder-based bluesman Otis Taylor, and then-bandmate Kenny Passarelli were messing around with "Hey Joe" when a teenage Cassie walked in and said, "Well, that's kind of a...
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Otis Taylor

10 years ago by Nick Hutchinson
Over the years, Otis Taylor (due at the Oriental Theater on Thursday, March 1, and Nissi's on Friday, March 2) has racked up accolades for shaking up the blues idiom with lyrically unique and instrumentally inventive interpretations of the rootsy form. On his latest effort, he extends his pensive creative...
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Taylor Made

11 years ago by Dave Herrera
"The performance and filming are scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. PLEASE BE COMFORTABLY SEATED WITH AN EMPTY BLADDER BY 7:20 P.M." It's just minutes before the March 23 taping of the Seven Voices pilot -- a series of live DVDs being produced in hi-def by Immersive Studios -- when...
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The Fourteen Best Concerts in Denver This Week

2 years ago by Backbeat
Red Rocks plays the classics this week, with performances by Chicago (with REO Speedwagon) and Boston. It'll also host a damn good time of a double-bill in Chromeo and Cut Copy. The rest of our picks follow. See also: Cut Copy on Interactive Billboards, Unusual Guitars and the Summer of...
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Here's what we're all listening to right now: What's on your playlist this week?

3 years ago by Team Backbeat
Music is life -- or at least it is for us. When we're not writing about it, we're thinking about it, talking about it or listening to it. These are the things that were in heavy rotation for us this week. What are you listening to? What should we be...
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The ten best shows in Denver this weekend

3 years ago by Team Backbeat
FIVE IRON FRENZY @ OGDEN THEATRE | SAT, 8/17/13 Five Iron Frenzy began life in 1995 as the side project of a long-forgotten thrash-metal-and-industrial band called Exhumator. Ahead of the ska revival of the mid-'90s, Exhumator's members wanted to play music that was inherently fun, positive and uplifting. Two years...
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New to the Denver Concert Calendar: Nickel Creek, Rod Stewart & Santana, Gogol Bordello

3 years ago by Jon Solomon
Chris Thile has decided he's bored of not selling thousands of tickets at a time, so Nickel Creek is back, and they're coming to Denver. Rod Stewart and Santana are also into selling thousands of tickets, so they'll be coming through as well. Incidentally, Santana has never meet a collaboration...
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New Denver concerts: Hot Tuna, the Bad Plus, Funky Good Times Benefit, tickets on sale now

3 years ago by Backbeat
Hot Tuna, featuring former Jefferson Airplane guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, returns to the Oriental on Sunday, February 23; tickets are $30 and on sale now. The Bad Plus are due at Dazzle on Tuesday, April 23, and Wednesday, April 24. Tickets are $25 and on sale now. Mountain Sun hosts its...
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New Denver concerts: Gary Numan, Earl Sweatshirt, Lindsey Stirling, tickets on sale

3 years ago by Backbeat
Electro pioneer Gary Numan will be at the Gothic Theatre on Friday, April 4, as part of his 2014 North American tour in support of his latest effort, Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind), released last October on his own Machine Music imprint. Big Black Delta and Roman Remains are...

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