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Thursday, June 18,2015

Celebrate

Treat your dad properly this Father’s Day with some barbeque, blues and some beer of course. Head over to McGuckin Hardware’s Father’s Day event for some outdoor cooking demonstrations by Escoffier Culinary School, grilling and smoking demonstrations, food and beer provided by Boulder Beer.
Thursday, June 18,2015

Killin’ it

Tyler, the Creator is as funny as he wants to be

By Kyle Eustice
It’s hard to tell whether Tyler, the Creator is a complete ass or a total genius. However, it is safe to say he’s probably a little bit of both. Born Tyler Gregory Okonma, the 24-year-old mastermind behind hip hop collective Odd Future Wolfgang Kill Them All is on the ride of his life, and he’s never been happier.
Thursday, June 11,2015

Listen

If there were a season for bluegrass music, it most certainly would be summer. Where better to enjoy both the genre and the season than at Denver’s Botanic Garden, where Hot Rize will be performing their brand of contemporary bluegrass on June 16. Featuring local musicians such as co-founder and host of eTown’s radio show Nick Forster and “Dr.
Thursday, June 11,2015

BEING GENE WEEN

Aaron Freeman on life after Ween and the intricacies of Billy Joel

By Sam Routhier
Since disbanding the legendary alt-rock duo Ween, Aaron Freeman (aka Gene Ween) is reinventing his career after leaving the band that defined him for almost three decades. The past few years have been transitional for Freeman, who has been sober since leaving Ween in 2012 after years of drug and alcohol abuse. Since then, he has released two albums: 2012’s Marvelous Clouds, an album of songs written by the late folk songwriter Rod McKuen, and 2014’s FREEMAN, his first release of original material since the disbanding of Ween.
Thursday, June 11,2015

The Record of a year

The Weepies’ latest album serves as an archive of a difficult year overcoming cancer

By Amanda Moutinho
Working from home has its advantages. For singer-songwriter, husband-wife duo The Weepies, a home studio allows for inspiration to strike at any time. “I know other people get up and go to work, like songwriters and other musicians who will schedule two weeks to go record,” says co-Weepie Steve Tannen. “That’s something we might explore at one point, but that doesn’t seem natural to us or instinctively a good thing to set up two weeks out of your lifetime to capture something.
Thursday, June 4,2015

Jam

America has long been known as a melting pot of cultural heritage. Left Hand Brewing’s third annual Culture Jam music festival is a celebration of that diverse culture, featuring musicians from across the country and world. Mexican- American group La Santa Cecilia, 2014 Grammy Award winners for Best Latin Rock Album, will headline the event this year.
Thursday, June 4,2015

Bucking the tortured artist myth

Lucinda Williams says happiness can fuel creativity, too

By Dave Gil de Rubio
“[Being miserable in order to create great art] is a big myth,” she said with a laugh on the phone at her L.A. home. “Not that suffering doesn’t help your writing, but I can’t write when I’m in the middle of feeling like crap. That’s the last thing I want to do.
Thursday, June 4,2015

souls remembered and forgotton

In which Steven Wilson constructs a life inspired by someone known to many, cherished by a few and forgotten by everyone

By Dave Kirby
An inquest concluded that the remains were those of Joyce Carol Vincent, a London resident of Caribbean descent, not yet 40 years old at the time of her death. Her demise was never conclusively determined, but she had been dead, according to the best approximation that forensic science could ascertain, for about 25 months.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Listen

An activist at heart and multi-instrumentalist on stage, Australia’s Xavier Rudd has spent 2015 touring the world in support of his ninth studio album, Nanna. Rudd’s upbeat reggae stylings are mellow yet politically charged.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Give Back

Come check out music from internationally renowned artists, all while supporting a great international cause. Tibetan flutist and Grammy nominee, Nawang Khechog headlines this event organized to raise money for victims of last month’s earthquake in Tibet and Nepal.
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