The Twittervese has become one of the most entertaining and insightful places to catch a glimpse inside the lives of some of the most outspoken members of our local music community -- 140 characters at a time, of course. We never ceased to be entertained by the tweets of various members of the scene and suspect that you will be equally as, um, twitterpated. With that in mind, welcome to Twitterpated, our latest weekly feature in which we collect the most captivating tweets from some of our favorite follows.
I have a splendid repertoire of more than 500 words in my vocab. Why am I trapped on using only 140? Damn Twitter!!! Hahahahaha!!
Dangerous Dan One: twitter.com/dangerousdanone
Nat Motte (3OH!3): twitter.com/nat3oh3
Dan Rutherford (Morning After Records): twitter.com/denverdan4life
Westminster (north of highway 36) could be renamed "juggalo country" wow...
The Autumn Film: twitter.com/theautumnfilm
Adding some juno parts to a couple of songs. All the kids with subwoofers in their cars will be happy.
Xencs (aka Little Wing): twitter.com/littlewing333
Wow, cheesecake factory guy saved me from the crazy perfume guy. Do not touch wing...sucka!
Tyler Wilcox (Magic Mice): twitter.com/tywilc
Dear Restaurants/Hotels: Please stop putting autoplay music on your Web sites. No one likes it. Love, Me.
DJ Low Key: twitter.com/djlowkey
I miss Outkast...They make hip hop better.
Deejay Styles: twitter.com/deejaystyles
2 black guys, a jew and a Mexican walk into a bar. sounds like a joke, but that was basically my night!....and we doin it again on Sunday!
The Rouge: twitter.com/therougeband
Ft Collins, in studio!! New rouge tunes commence! Waking up at seven in the morning, NEVER COMMENCING AGAIN.
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