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Eight Great Getaways in Colorado on Labor Day Weekend

1 year ago by Brad Weismann
Labor Day weekend is almost here, and you never got to take that summer road trip. It's not too late! Here are eight reasons to head for the hills this weekend. 8) Telluride Film Festival Friday, September 4 through Monday, August 7 The Telluride Film Fest has long been an...

Blue Note 70th Anniversary Tour

8 years ago by Jon Solomon
Since its inception in 1939, Blue Note has released some of the greatest albums in the history of jazz. Over the past seven decades, that blue and white logo on the sleeve has signaled some serious music etched into vinyl or CD, be it that of McCoy Tyner, Thelonious Monk,...

The Taylor Eigsti Trio

9 years ago by Jon Solomon
When you pull up the home page of Taylor Eigsti's website, there's a photo of the 22-year-old pianist wearing a leather jacket with a hoodie underneath. Hate to say it, but the guy looks like more like a Backstreet Boy than a jazz pianist who's been nominated for two Grammys...

Five best jazz shows in Denver this April

4 years ago by Jon Solomon
MATT SKELLENGER GROUP @ DAZZLE | SAT, 4/6 Fusing jazz with Indian rhythms and percussion, bassist Matt Skellenger follows up his 2009 release, Parentheticals, with his outstanding new disc, The Owls Are Not What They Seem (yes, the title is a nod to Twin Peaks), which he'll be issuing at...

Electric Six's Dick Valentine: "I wrote the best lyrics of my life when I had day jobs"

3 years ago by Tom Murphy
Electric Six (due Friday, March 7, at the Larimer Lounge) formed in Detroit in 1996. Not content to strictly follow any particular style of rock, the band has forged its own strange and surprisingly original path. Its greatest commercial and popular success came in 2003 with its debut, Fire, which...

Mini Reviews

Debbie Davies, Blues Blast (Telarc). Having honed her chops behind stalwarts Albert Collins and John Mayall, Debbie Davies knows how to come out swinging. On Blues Blast, she scores a knockout thanks to her icy-cool attack and the help of Tab Benoit, Charlie Musselwhite and Coco Montoya. If you thought the blues were dead, think again...

Black Actors Guild does the most with Doin' the Most

5 years ago by Juliet Wittman
The Black Actors Guild was originally founded by five juniors at the Denver School of the Arts who were frustrated with the available material and also by the stereotype of the black actor, according Ryan Soo, the guild's director of operations. "A lot didn't apply to them, and a lot...

New shows: Justin Bieber adds another date at the Pepsi Center, Imagine Dragons and more

Did you totally and completely blow it? Did you dawdle and miss your chance to pick up tickets to Justin Bieber's now sold-out concert at the Pepsi Center next month and now your darling niece is bummed with you beyond all recognition? Good news for you: You get a do-over...

OMFG! Turbonegro is coming to Denver! So's Bassnectar and Soundgarden. See who else...

Turbonegro is finally coming to Colorado! Granted, it's with the new frontman -- whose name I haven't even bothered to learn yet because, well, he's got some big shoes to fill taking over for Hank von Helvete -- but it's still Turbonegro! Last time I saw these dudes, they literally...

Five best songs from the Summer of Love

4 years ago by Josiah M. Hesse
Forty five years ago, the western world was forever changed by an overwhelming groundswell of youth rebellion known to history as the Summer of Love. There are countless factors that caused this tsunami of bohemia to sweep the globe -- everything from economics and the end of World War II...


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