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Ballyhoo!-Interview

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ballyhoo!-Interview

  by Tim Wenger photo: Claire Burkhardt “This is mind blowing!” says Howi, Ballyhoo!’s energetic front man, about the band’s experience during the 311 Caribbean Cruise in May. “We’ve been playing with 311 for about four years now, just sporadically,” he says. “Their fans let them know they wanted us on the boat.” The four […]

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Delbert McClinton at the Gothic Theatre

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Delbert McClinton at the Gothic Theatre

by Corey Blecha On May 10, Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter, Delbert McClinton, made his way through town for a show at the Gothic Theatre, proving once again why he has secured a place in the hearts of so many people in this country. With his all-too-real stories of failures and fortunes, love and loneliness, and a […]

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Rammstein @ the Denver Coliseum

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Rammstein @ the Denver Coliseum

by: Sal Christ The little kids were up past their bedtime. Seemingly dressed for a piano recital, the trio of three-footers pattered out on stage after none other than Combichrist’s Joe Letz introduced the group to a crowd ready to rage. Children were opening for a German industrial metal band, known as much for their […]

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James Morrison-Review

| May 23, 2012 | 0 Comments
James Morrison-Review

  by Andrea Terrones Photo credit: Jennifer Price James Morrison made a stop in Colorado at the Fox Theater in Boulder for his Awakening Tour. Opening, was California duo, Honeyhoney, who had a crisp sound, blending country and folk. Their enthusiasm, and occasional stomping, made for a brink of a ho-down, which didn’t quite make […]

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Crusher Bound Cadillac

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Crusher Bound Cadillac

  by Derrick Hornyan Crusher Bound Cadillac is back! Six years ago, CBC grabbed the Denver music scene by the throat, and took us for a ride with their unique and captivating style of metal. After various line-up changes, and a few “breaks,” the original line-up, consisting of Devon Kimzey on drums, Joe V. on bass, Scott Seidl on […]

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Larry and His Flask

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Larry and His Flask

by Tim Wenger Photo Credit Max Giffin The name “Larry and His Flask” just seems to bring to mind whiskey-filled nights of frolicking fantasy, and for the six-piece band from the hills of Oregon, that is only the beginning. The sold-out crowd that watched them play with Lucero at the Bluebird Theatre on March 31, […]

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Gotye Review

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Gotye Review

by Corey Blecha In recent months, no song has been played on the radio more than Gotye’s hit single, “Somebody That I Used To Know,” and with the band rolling through town for a stop at the Ogden Theater, Denver was in for a great performance from one of pop radio’s biggest acts. With an […]

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The Audition @ the Black Sheep

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Audition @ the Black Sheep

by Ryan Edwards After learning that I had a chance to interview the Audition at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, I realized I had many questions about the band and the venue, both of which I’d never heard of. Driving there, I found that the venue is thrown in with pawnshops and used car […]

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Counting Crows at the Paramount

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Counting Crows at the Paramount

  Story and Photos by: Sal Christ An easily forgettable fact: we were all a lot younger when August and Everything After came out in 1993. Needless to say, it was a little surprising to see the middle-aged crowd at the Counting Crows show at the Paramount Theatre on April 19. Too many cushy velvet […]

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Rodrigo y Gabriela-Review

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Rodrigo y Gabriela-Review

by Kira Pearson Start with a base of Latin flavor, add a splash of flamenco flair, and spice it up with a large dose of head-banging metal; combine all this with a pair of dueling acoustic guitars, and you’ll find yourself jamming out at a Rodrigo y Gabriela show. The duo, originally from Mexico and […]

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