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Thursday, October 31,2013

Kind of blue

Otis Taylor gives Boulder the blues at the third annual Trance Blues Festival

By Dylan Owens
If you hear an entrancing rhythm coming from eTown Hall or the Boulder Outlook Hotel this weekend, don’t fight it. Instead, grab an instrument — or anything you have that can make a sound — and follow the sound. These sirens aren’t trying to wreck your ship; they just want to jam.
Thursday, October 24,2013

The horror

Music options abound for Halloween

By Stephanie Riesco
If fending off zombies sounds more appealing than hearing “Monster Mash” at another costume party, never fear: Boulder musicians have much to offer this Halloween.
Thursday, October 24,2013

Celebrating comets, new and old

Seicento Baroque Ensemble looks to the stars for inspiration

By Peter Alexander
"It’s not the end of the world.” That will be the musical message when Boulder’s Seicento Baroque Ensemble celebrates the Great Comet of 1680 by performing the music of Henry Purcell.
Thursday, October 24,2013

The Motet on Halloween: Knee-deep in inspiration

By Dave Kirby
For some years now, The Motet has been leading kind of a schizophrenic life, serving up its regular, originals-heavy set on the festival circuit, while spending some portion of its off time working up cover-version tribute shows for mainly local gigs.
Thursday, October 17,2013

Wale looks ahead with 'The Gifted'

By Alan Sculley
Rapper Wale has never made a secret of his desire to have each of his albums outsell the others and attain major popularity. He named his second album Ambition, after all.
Thursday, October 17,2013

Friends Like These

Portugal. The Man's success comes from founders' opposite personalities, bassist says

By Dave Kirby
Life days for is pretty good these Portugal. The Man, or at least it was pretty good when we caught bassist Zach Carothers on a rare evening off, rumbling down to the Alabama shore with a busload of homies for a sunset beach party with margaritas and shellfish.
Monday, October 14,2013

Review: Counting Crows at Red Rocks, Oct. 12

By Lexi Schwartz
It’s been just more than 20 years since Counting Crows released its first studio album, August and Everything After, and still the group opened an Oct. 12 performance to a sold-out Red Rocks Ampitheatre audience with a track off that first record, “Sullivan Street.”
Thursday, October 10,2013

Ars Nova and Sphere Ensemble team up for self-led concerts

By Peter Alexander
There are choirs that sing without a conductor, and orchestras that do likewise. But combined choral-orchestral concerts usually require a conductor.
Thursday, October 10,2013

Yeats and beyond

The Waterboys look to poet for new project

By Dave Kirby
Mike Scott has been heading up The Waterboys for three decades now, with plenty of the usual rock band personnel turnover to be expected of an enterprise this well-tenured, but his latest songwriting collaborator won’t be joining him on the road on his current tour. Because he’s been dead for 74 years.
Thursday, October 3,2013

Success breeds new wheels

Indie singer-songwriter Laura Stevenson rolls through Colorado

By Alan Sculley
Laura Stevenson knew from an early age that she loved music — enough, in fact, to believe it probably would always be a big part of her life.
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