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Thursday, January 16,2014

Country style granola

As a country singer, Boulder’s Kristina Murray stands out

By David Accomazzo
Late last year she released her first album of 11 original songs, Unravelin’, and she has been gigging locally to support it ever since. She got a slew of good press right after the release, and she is looking forward to taking her musical career to the next level.
Thursday, January 16,2014

Ska hooks and lines

Reel Big Fish turns 21

By L. Kent Wolgamott
“These days, you want to leave a show feeling like you’ve been somewhere. We do our best to give them a fun show, that kind of experience, and the music, universally, just makes people go crazy — in a good sort of way.“ The music is ska-punk, something RBF helped pioneer in the United States in the 1990s along with other Orange County, Calif.
Thursday, January 9,2014

Joel Van Horne

Saturday, Jan. 11 at Shine

When Joel Van Horne’s band Carbon Choir broke up roughly a year ago, he locked himself in his family’s cabin in Wyoming and wrote music. What he emerged with was a powerful indie-folk album, a melancholy, gorgeous work celebrating his childhood summers spent in the mountains.
Thursday, January 9,2014

Springdale Quartet

Thursday, Jan. 9 at Fox Theatre

Boulder’s jam band scene certainly doesn’t lack for membership, but no one quite brings the party atmosphere like Springdale Quartet. The local group will be teaming up with Brooklyn-based funk jammers Turkuaz for a night of instrumental music guaranteed to make you dance.
Thursday, January 9,2014

Who says classical music isn’t passionate?

Rachael Barton Pine to perform in Boulder on Saturday, Jan. 11

By Peter Alexander
“Within classical music my goal is to do the same thing [as heavy-metal bands], to give 150 percent and get everyone caught up in the emotions,” says Rachael Barton Pine.
Thursday, January 9,2014

Metalachi wants to see your chi-chis

Friday, Jan. 10 at Larimer Lounge

By Taylor Hamby
The L.A.- based band combines the bad-ass riffs and lyrics of metal bands like Metallica, Guns N’ Roses and Bon Jovi with the distinct instrumentation and arrangements of mariachi. The intro to “Crazy Train” on a trumpet? Yes, please.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Aaah! Real Monsters

Music

Boasting a Colorado Springs-born singer, Aaah! Real Monsters brings melodic pop-punk with emotional choruses and catchy hooks..
Thursday, January 2,2014

The Prairie Scholars

As more time passes since the September floods, artists and musicians are beginning to process the disaster and channel it into art.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Nikki Hill

Nikki Hill brings an oldschool, sweaty, deep-South blues-bar R&B vibe to Boulder, with nothing but heavy beats and hard-swinging grooves at her disposal. The lady’s got a voice to believe and the attitude to match it..
Thursday, January 2,2014

Moments of panic, averted

When manager, band members quit, the core of In This Moment persevered

By Alan Sculley
As work was set to begin on a new album, manager Rob Blasko dropped the band In This Moment. Then, three weeks later, two band members, guitarist Blake Bunzel (who shared music writing duties with Howorth) and drummer Jeff Fabb abruptly quit the group. Somehow, they endured.
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