Music

Altius Quartet returns to CU

The Altius Quartet is on the move. Formerly quartet-in-residence with CU’s esteemed Takács Quartet, Altius has found themselves very busy, building their already-blossoming career. Since...

Boulder Phil: Pianist Simone Dinnerstein returns

The first time Simone Dinnerstein attended a concert alone she was 12, and she heard music by Philip Glass. Dinnerstein has since become an internationally...

Hot Rize Plus

Long before Hot Rize played its first official notes on Jan. 18, 1978 at Boulder’s Hungry Farmer Restaurant, the band already had a name....

The real Joe Satriani

Guitar great Joe Satriani remembers a random encounter he had with the late comedian Robin Williams that illustrates, at least to an extent, a...

Greensky Bluegrass: All grown up

Maturity is a term some musicians prefer not to see associated with themselves or their bands. After all, music is considered a young person’s...

Not another Anita Baker

It’s fine to call Ruthie Foster a blues artist. She only has seven Blues Music Awards sitting on the shelf at home and has...

Bahman Saless and the Boulder Chamber Orchestra celebrate all the holidays

Conductor Bahman Saless and the Boulder Chamber Orchestra (BCO) have a couple of holiday traditions. Every year they honor the December holidays as ecumenically as...

A side of rockers, a side of ballads

The Gasoline Lollipops are notoriously difficult to categorize; swimming somewhere between folk, alt-country and punk, the band has taken to shrugging their shoulders as...

Indie hip hop is dead

Musab, aka Sab the Artist, aka Beyond, has gone through his fair share of personal transformations. He started writing lyrics when he was 9,...

Boulder’s holiday musical banquet serves ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful,’ ‘Fire...

The musical banquet that is the holiday season this year brings us “All Things Bright and Beautiful,” “Holiday Memories,” “Fire and Ice” and Diane...

Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers’ new LP, suggestively titled One Drop of Truth¸ starts its program with a simple acoustic guitar bounce, a bluesy, sundance-in-the-field filigree...

Staying up late

Each week, Carmen Sandim voluntarily forgoes sleep for two nights. Not back to back, of course, because that would be crazy. Still, two nights...
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