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Thursday, February 20,2014

Surprise funk

If you weren’t paying attention, Keller Williams’ latest might shock you

By Alan Sculley
Circumstances took Williams and his music in directions that made some of his influences — including funk — less obvious than they might have otherwise been. As he noted, he became a solo performer out of necessity, not preference.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Selasee and the Fa Fa Family

Thursday, Feb. 13 at Lazy Dog

Selasee and the Fa Fa Family will continue the reggae night tradition at the Lazy Dog this Thursday. The local group brings feel-good reggae music influenced by lead singer Selasee’s West African roots. In 2009 the group was awarded “Best World Fusion Song” at the Independent Music Awards.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Beyond Bach

Boulder Bach Festival looks beyond its namesake

By Peter Alexander
While masterworks are still very much on the mind of festival director Zachery Carrettin, the festival has expanded from one or two concerts during festival week to nearly a year-long seasons.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Man Man ditches the forks to find pop success

Monday, Feb. 17 at the Fox Theatre

By Josh Gross
One of Philadelphia’s finest touring acts, Man Man, will play the Fox Theatre on Monday, Feb. 17. But be warned: Trying to describe it to anyone you’d like to convince to accompany you to the show is nearly impossible.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Review: Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks at the Gothic Theatre, 2-12-14

By Adam Perry
Stephen Malkmus, with his three-piece band the Jicks, was pretty masterful last night at the Gothic Theatre in Denver, playfully soloing over '60s-influenced indie-rock with a much more psychedelic, and musically challenging, vibe than Pavement, the band he founded 25 years ago in the Northern California town of Stockton.
Monday, February 10,2014

Review: Technicolor Tone Factory with Tauk and Aspen Hourglass

By Nadia Mishkin
Progressive rock was the theme of the night at the Fox Theatre on Friday, Feb. 7. Three groups each played their own version of the genre. Garage band Aspen Hourglass from Fort Collins opened up with
Thursday, February 6,2014

Saturday, February 8: Monocle Band.

Saturday, February 8 at Oskar Blues Grill & Brew

The Colorado natives refer to their music as “Rocky Mountain indie folk,” and have a collection of heartrending songs that appeal to anyone from the dancing audience to the listening crowd.
Thursday, February 6,2014

Ukuleletrix Leigh Jones

Sunday, February 9 at The Laughing Goat

Influenced by relationships and travel, her singing depicts a sense of lightheartedness as she plays her whimsical ukulele.
Thursday, February 6,2014

A taste of Italy

Venice Baroque Orchestra brings the music of Vivaldi to Boulder

By Peter Alexander
The Washington Post described the group as “tearing the powdered wig off this music once and for all.”
Thursday, January 30,2014

Catfish Kray Blues Band

Friday, January 31, Boulder Outlook Hotel

Since its debut in 1997 this Colorado blues ensemble has thrilled almost every venue in Denver, and its 2009 CD Splash has garnered international airplay. Influences include Albert Collins, Robert Jr. Lockwood and Joe Walsh. Live shows remain the group’s specialty.