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Thursday, July 17,2014

Delta blues

‘The Great Flood’ makes a case for one of rock and roll’s most unsung events

By Brian Palmer
The great Mississippi River flood of 1927 began when more than 100 levees broke early in the year. It resulted in more than 27,000 square miles of land being flooded, lasted for almost eight months, and is the most destructive flood in the history of the United States.
Thursday, July 10,2014

Livers of stone

The 18th Annual Colorado Brewers Guild in Salida, Colo., will have 75 Colorado Brewers pouring more than 200 different types of beers to quench your thirst and expand your knowledge on Colorado beer. In addition, there will be plenty of food and live music for you to enjoy with your beer.
Thursday, July 10,2014

Lungs of gold

Devotchka already plays some of the meanest sousaphone in pop music. But this week, the weighty brass is gonna thunder even more than usual when Devotchka teams up with The Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks..
Thursday, July 10,2014

Rick Rubinesque

The Avett Brothers fatten up their sound with help from legendary producer

By Alan Sculley
Scott and Seth Avett and Bob Crawford now have plenty of company on stage with drummer Mike Marsh, keyboardist Paul Delfigia, cellist Joe Kwon and fiddle player Tania Elizabeth in the touring lineup. Crawford, the band’s bass and fiddle player, thinks 2014 will see The Avett Brothers really capitalizing on its expanded live sound.
Thursday, July 3,2014


Jazz and coffeehouses have been going together since as long as they’ve both been around, and it’s a genre that’s no stranger to Boulder’s Laughing Goat Coffeehouse.
Thursday, July 3,2014


Art. Crafts. Music. Spend the Fourth of July weekend celebrating one of America’s great cities, as well as America, when the Pearl Street Mall will go all N’ahlins on Boulder with Boulder Art and Jazz Fest from Friday, July 4 to Sunday, July 6.
Thursday, July 3,2014


Umphrey’s McGee ‘Similar Skin’ is consistently different

By Brian Palmer
And Cummins is not kidding when he says this album leans heavily in the rock and roll direction. While there are melodic moments, like the Police-esque opener “The Linear,” songs like “Cut the Cable” are balls-to-the-wall rockers that teem with chugging, gritty guitar riffs.
Thursday, July 3,2014

Voices of a generation

The Revellie 3 sing history

By Josh Gross
That was why she volunteered to take part in a two-week-long event organized by the Rocky Mountain USO: Knitting for Our Troops. Originally, Ward had just planned to wield a pair of needles. But one of the event’s organizers knew of her background in musical theater and asked Ward to take part in a performance to serve as the climax for the knitathon.
Thursday, July 3,2014

Off on a light note

First CMF music director candidate crafts light program

By Peter Alexander
The first of three candidates for music director of the Colorado Music Festival to conduct at Chautauqua this summer, Boughton will lead two programs, with the chamber orchestra July 6 and the full orchestra July 10-11 (7:30 p.m. in the Chautauqua Auditorium; tickets https://tickets.
Thursday, June 26,2014


Local songwriter Paul Kimbiris is dropping his new album, Dark Side of Pearl, a collection of R&B-influenced pop tunes, at the Fox Theatre this week. Backed by his band, The Paper Stars, the tunes have a lightly funky vibe, evocative of Portland’s Shy Girls or Mayer Hawthorne.