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  • 26 years ago | Music News

    "We do a different kind of blues," says Ben Stevens, guitarist and vocalist for Boulder's Bleecker St. "We want to keep the Delta-blues tradition alive but mix a new, original sound with the old. We like to call it the new Delta house-rockin' blue...

  • 26 years ago | Music News

    The music made by the eclectic quintet Laughing Hands can't be confused with that of most other Denver-area groups: Its folk-meets-worldbeat sound is like an exceedingly enjoyable course in ethnomusicology. But string bassist Tim Cross, who's been...

  • 26 years ago | News

    Meet Duncan, the techno-savvy Generation X-er who is your personal guide through the Zima site--the Zimaverse--on the World Wide Web (http://www.zima.com). Your first stop is the fridge, the storage bin for Zima and the place Duncan calls home. Fr...

  • 26 years ago | Longform

    From "The Top Ten Signs Your U.S. Senator Is Nuts." Number 9: Breakfast, lunch and dinner? Zima. When David Letterman jokes about an alcoholic beverage night after night, something's going on. Just what, exactly, isn't clear--unlike the drink itse...

  • 26 years ago | Music News

    Ashley Kirby, the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for Boulder's Zestfinger, insists on setting the record straight. "We love to jam, but not hippie jam," he asserts. "Our sound is very jazz- and funk-oriented. No trace of Jerry Garcia here."...

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