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Thursday, March 27,2014

Some wolves do survive

Los Lobos turns 40

By Dave Kirby
The tour leg that swings Los Lobos through Boulder this weekend is something of a victory lap for the East Los Angeles-bred band. It comes just after their December release of Disconnected in New York City, a live chronicle recorded during a three-night stand at the City Winery in Manhattan last year to celebrate the band’s four decade mark.
Thursday, March 27,2014

The ‘lovechild of funky soul and dirty blues’

Boulder’s Cold River City step into the spotlight for their first headlining show at The Fox

By Nadia Mishkin
Cold River City — the band — has some things in common with the Adirondack hermit. For starters, they are their own tribe and define success as being able to play the music that they love. That nonconformist style provides a refreshing, original sound that is turning heads and making people dance.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Something Underground

Saturday, March 22 at Dickens Opera House,

Something Underground, a rock band from Denver, contains three male singers whose voices blend into a seamless harmony.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Lindsey Saunders

Friday, March 21 at Cannon Mine Coffee

After releasing  her debut album Nothing Normal at the age of 18, Saunders has grown to be a force to be reckoned with.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Demise of Dead band births Chicha

Local guitarist uses Craigslist to bring Amazonian music to Boulder

By Adam Perry
“It took forever to get the band together, mostly with Craigslist,” says Lee, who calls Chicha’s repertoire “modern Latin."
Thursday, March 20,2014

Dogs in space

Bluetech makes serial sci-fi albums about first canine astronaut

By Dave Kirby
Bartholomew’s piece evokes a playfulness and buoyant spirit, fragmentary melody lines colliding gently against each other like friendly single-celled amoebas playing slow motion bumper cars in a turquoise Petri dish.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Greyhounds, sex and rock ’n’ roll

By David Accomazzo
What do you do when a self-admitted crackhead wants to show you how to deepthroat? Or wants you to touch her ass? You either make a scene and make everyone else uncomfortable, or you roll with it. You’re on a Greyhound.
Thursday, March 13,2014

Rocky Mountain River Celebration

Friday, March 14 at Upslope Brewing Company

A celebration to raise awareness on water issues aims.
Thursday, March 13,2014

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

Monday, March 17 at Fox Theatre

Funk, rock and electronic energy are what “the pigeons” promise to bring every night.
Thursday, March 13,2014

American grasslands, the sea and two piano concertos

Another program in the Boulder Philharmonic’s year-long exploration of “Nature and Music”

By Peter Alexander
If you only skimmed the publicity, you might think that Dinnerstein, whose career has been built with performances and recordings of Bach, was an unlikely soloist for Gershwin.
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