Music

Always ‘Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell’

Social Distortion, along with their contemporaries, Agent Orange, Black Flag, Circle Jerks, X, The Vandals, D.l., Bad Religion, T.S.O.L. and the Offspring, helped shape...

A star-studded week at CU

It will be a week of superstars in Boulder. First will be famed Wagnerian soprano Deborah Voigt, presenting her one-woman show Voigt Lessons at Macky...

Working for a Living

Framed around a stomping, skeletal-funk guitar riff, the lead-off cut from Tommy Castro’s latest LP Method to My Madness strikes a curiously un-bluesy vibe,...

Starting over in Nashville

Sometimes you’ve just gotta get over yourself, occasionally at the suggestion of your manager. That’s what happened to Dan Layus as he was working...

The fall

Adam and Eve may have been duped into eating the forbidden fruit, but Chris Robinson walked right up to the tree of good and...

The occasionally menacing, sometimes uplifting, often minimalistic but never pretentious rock...

Perhaps Stuart Braithwaite speaks for all musicians when he reveals the secret to Mogwai’s longevity: “Probably fear of regular employment,” he says, his Scottish accent...

At the opposite end of the spectrum

The next concert from the Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra and conductor Cynthia Katsarelis will bring together two opposing worlds. The concert, titled “Love and...

Let the world hear

"To be honest, there’s probably a lot of people who would see my name and say, ‘Who is that? That sounds familiar,’” says singer/songwriter...

Soloists together onstage at last with the Boulder Philharmonic

Jennifer Frautschi and Erik Ruske rarely get to perform together. The married couple are both highly successful musicians, but she plays the violin and he...

Age is just a number

As the Drive-By Truckers continue their touring cycle this winter behind their new release American Band — one of their best, most lyrically provocative...

Top 10 albums of 2016

The year in music of 2016 seems likely to be remembered for its major losses. This was a year when we lost artists who...

The birth of a tradition

For the second year running, the Boulder Chamber Orchestra (BCO) will reveal a young soloist at their New Year’s Eve concert. Last year it...
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