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CU Denver Professor Stan Soocher Dissects Beatles’ Legal Issues in new book

| September 29, 2015
CU Denver Professor Stan Soocher Dissects Beatles’ Legal Issues in new book

by Tim Wenger Off the cusp, it might sound a bit inundating- another book about the Beatles. None in the know will argue the vast influence the group has had, and continues to have, on not only popular music but the the business behind it. But do we really need to more reading about a […]

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Social Distortion @ Fillmore

| September 4, 2015
Social Distortion @ Fillmore

  All photos by Jenn Cohen

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Construction Contract Announced for Levitt Pavilion

| September 3, 2015
Construction Contract Announced for Levitt Pavilion

September 1, 2015—Following an eight-month review process, studiotrope Design Collective has been selected as the architectural firm to build Levitt Pavilion Denver, a new, state-of-the art outdoor music venue in Ruby Hill Park that will bring Denverites of all ages and backgrounds together through 50 free concerts every summer beginning in 2017. Denver was selected […]

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Tenacious D Crack Up Riot Fest

| September 3, 2015
Tenacious D Crack Up Riot Fest

words by Tim Wenger photos by Dave Wruck For a few moments there, I thought we had all been duped. Were they really going to be that boring? That predictable? Jack Black and Kyle Gass, along with their backup musicians, took the stage as the notorious comedy rockers Tenacious D on the final night of […]

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System of a Down Provide Life Experience at Riot Fest

| September 3, 2015
System of a Down Provide Life Experience at Riot Fest

words by Tim Wenger photos by Dave Wruck I didn’t realize that I know the words to just about every System of a Down song. I never really considered myself much of a fan, they were always just a band that my quasi-metal/grunge stoner friends listened to in the car back in high school and […]

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Megan Burtt- The Bargain

| September 1, 2015
Megan Burtt- The Bargain

by Tim Wenger Megan Burtt just keeps on pushing the envelope. In 2013, she dropped a record that showcased her style coerced with that of many of Colorado’s top artists, and now in 2015, her new album The Bargain demonstrates her ability to not only focus on, but evolve and grow, her own style. The […]

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The Yawpers Announce New Album American Man, Out October 30

| September 1, 2015
The Yawpers Announce New Album American Man, Out October 30

Denver, CO trio The Yawpers will release their Bloodshot Records debut American Man on October 30th. This is the band’s second full-length album and third overall release. American Man pre-order link: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/american-man American Man album artwork: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/sites/default/files/bs236_yawpers_frnt_0.jpg Consequence of Sound is premiering the album’s first track, “Deacon Brody,” saying about the forthcoming album: “The result […]

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Cervantes Takes Ownership of Aggie Theatre

| September 1, 2015
Cervantes Takes Ownership of Aggie Theatre

The crew from Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom closed a deal in August securing ownership of Fort Collins’ Aggie Theatre. The ownership allows the Denver-based company that also currently runs Cervantes Other Side to increase their impact in the market and up their visibility to touring artists. We spoke with co-owner Scott Merill about the deal and […]

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Rob Drabkin Talks New Video and What Gets Him Pumped Up To Play

| September 1, 2015
Rob Drabkin Talks New Video and What Gets Him Pumped Up To Play

Rob Drabkin just dropped a video for his new track “Hope In A Hopeless World.” The song is currently out on Drabkin’s album Little Steps. In the video, a small sickly cloud seeks out a little girl who discovers music is the only way to help it heal and return to the sky. To explain it […]

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Kerry Pastine and The Crime Scene- Let’s Do This Thing

| September 1, 2015
Kerry Pastine and The Crime Scene- Let’s Do This Thing

by Thom Jackson You’d be hard-pressed to find a genre of music who’s culture is more of a cornucopia than rockabilly. The style draws both fans and influence from everything from punk rockers to honky-tonkin’ cowboys, and while the traditional style has been around the block for over a half-century now, there are bands still […]

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