Four more years! The Lumineers, String Cheese Incident, Nathaniel Rateliff, Big Head Todd, OneRepublic and Isaac Slade celebrated Governor John Hickenlooper's inauguration with a show at the Ogden Theatre on January 13. Hickenlooper himself took the stage for a speech, and even joined the artists for a special performance. All photos by Scott Lentz.
The National Western Stock Show kicked off its two-week celebration of cattle and cowboy culture at the National Western Complex on January 10. Photographer Brandon Marshall went to the show to meet some of the people and stock in attendance.
Mac Miller has a following -- enough that the Pittsburgh rapper sold out the Ogden Theatre for his concert there on January 9 with Clock. Meet some of the fans who managed to get in the door. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Long live the album cover! Here's a visual guide to 2014's best albums, as voted on by more than 600 music writers in this year's Pazz + Jop poll. (Pore over the results here: villagevoice.com/pazznjop.) Here are the covers for the top 50 albums -- and here are the top singles of 2014.
Three more Colorado groups joined those enshrined at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame with the Induction of Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Firefall and Poco at the Paramount Theatre on January 9. The night also included a tribute to Stephen Stills and Manassas. All photos by Scott Lentz.
Giddy up! Cowboys and local officials saddled up for the National Western Stock Show parade on January 8. The parade marks the beginning of this year's event, which will bring livestock, Western duds, and a series of rodeos to Denver through January 25. All photos by Brandon Marshall.