Music

Magic flutes, golden flutes and flutists of all ages

There will be many kinds of flutes at the University of Colorado Boulder next week: Magic, golden, and from piccolo to bass. The central event...

Love saves the day

The 1994 self-titled debut album from G. Love & Special Sauce was unique enough that it earned the group’s music a label — hip-hop...

Animal lover

There is some glory, although not much, in being informally regarded as the greatest sideman guitarist of the last 40 years. But in the case...

Two captains, one ship

On the morning of the Women’s March in January, Tennis lead singer Alaina Moore was at the airport on her way to rehearsal. Slightly...

Standing still and a lust for bass at The Dairy

The clarinetist says the hardest part is standing still. The violinist also plays the piano because she has a “lust for bass.” It should be...

You can’t outfox the Fox

It was 1994, and Don Strasburg was walking (running, depending on who tells the story) around his Boulder home with a 101 Dalmatians bed...

Nineteen voices a snap for Ars Nova singers

A choral piece for “only” 19 parts is almost too easy for the experienced voices of Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers. Last year they sang two...

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...
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