As pretty much anybody here can attest, DeVotchKa's music is already plenty bewitching and enthralling on its own. So you can only imagine how amazing it sounds with the accompaniment of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. If you caught the act with the CSO at its pair of performances this past year at Boettcher Concert Hall or Red Rocks, you of course know exactly what we're talking about. If you missed it, well, you can still experience the majesty on Live With the Colorado Symphony, which you can pick up at Twist & Shout. Even better, if there's still wristbands left when you buy the record at Twist today, you can return to the store tonight at 8 p.m. for a very special DeVotchKa performance with members of the Colorado Symphony.
See also: - Review: DeVotchKa and the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks, 9/20/12 - DeVotchKa's Nick Urata on the band's cinematic approach to songwriting - The members of DeVotchKa found success by following their own muse
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