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PrideFest, Gramatik and the Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend

3 months ago by Westword Music
While Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Country Jam and Sonic Bloom continue through the weekend, Denver PrideFest is at Civic Center Park on Saturday and Sunday with music headliner CeCe Penniston. Also on tap this weekend are Gramatik is Red Rocks tonight , Gordon Lightfoot is at the Paramount Theatre tonight, Esme Patterson...

The 2015 Chautauqua Summer Concert Lineup

1 year ago by Kiernan Maletsky
The Colorado Chatuaqua is the state's oldest music venue — it opened in 1898 in the shadow of the Flatirons. This year, Chatuaqua will celebrate its 118th summer concert series with a particularly strong lineup: Steve Earle & the Dukes, Ziggy Marley, Michael McDonald, Indigo Girls and plenty more —...

Peter Yarrow on the Importance of Folk Festivals

1 year ago by Andy Thomas
Saying that Peter Yarrow was influential in folk music would be a profound understatement. Yarrow, due at this weekend's Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Lyons, might be one of the most important figures in the genre and his impact can be felt across music of all kinds. A founding member...

Every New Colorado Concert Announcement

1 year ago by Jon Solomon
This year's Mayhem Festival line-up at Red Rocks on Sunday, July 5 includes Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah, the Devil Wears Prada, Whitechapel and They Art is Murder. Tickets ($33.33-$99.99) go on sale on Friday, April 17 at 10 a.m.  The KOOL Concert returns to Fiddler's Green on Sunday, June 14...

The Greatest Industrial Tour in Recent Memory Comes to Denver Tomorrow

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
Front Line Assembly is part of what is arguably the greatest electronic industrial music tour in years. Alongside Skinny Puppy, Haujobb and Youth Code, FLA will take the stage this Friday, December 12, at the Ogden Theatre. All together, the lineup represents major stars of experimental electronic music from their...

Paul Weller

12 years ago by John La Briola
Free of lyrical worries, Paul Weller spent five relaxing weeks in Amsterdam, turning a dozen of his favorite songs into a curiously appealing all-covers album. By reinterpreting everything from an anonymously penned Scottish traditional tune ("Black Is the Colour") to a sugary Top-40 hit that could still rot teeth from...

Various Artists

15 years ago by John Jesitus
Garnered from a series of 1999 shows that featured a who's who of contemporary pickers and twangers, Concerts for a Landmine Free World is most satisfying when performers address the shows' theme indirectly, if at all. A case in point is Patty Griffin's "Mary," which laments both the Virgin Mother's...

Which Canadian artists caused Northwest pilots to zone out for half a continent?

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
Back in October, the pilots of a Northwest Airlines flight lost radio contact over Denver, and didn't get back in touch until they'd overshot their destination, Minneapolis, by 150 miles. Shortly thereafter, reports surfaced that the jet jockeys had been so engrossed by their laptops that they'd lost track of...

John Doe Rises Again

9 years ago by Jon Solomon
John Doe has experienced a few scary things in his day. The former singer for seminal L.A. punk band X was once run off the road and went off a small cliff in Maui while in a rental van with his wife and kids. He also encounters a few rattlesnakes...

Review: Mumford & Sons at Fillmore, 6/15/11

5 years ago by Andy Thomas
MUMFORD & SONS at the FILLMORE | 06.15.11"Mumford and his mates certainly did their best to show the crowd one of the greatest shows they have seen in recent memory."...


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