Denver is the pioneer city fueling the marijuana industry. The hoopla surrounding the 4/20 stoner holiday seems to grow every year from the annual Civic Center Rally to more unconventional events like a cannabis-friendly church and pot themed wedding expos. As marijuana becomes more mainstream, the commercial aspect will continue to be excessive, but I […]
MAMMA MIA! has made it’s last stop here in Denver before the Farewell Tour ends. Avery Anderson sat down with Denver native Cashelle Butler (Tanya) to chat about being in this iconic show. For tickets visit denvercenter.org. Also playing: 42nd Street- Candlelight Dinner Playhouse The Robber Bridegroom- Town Hall Arts Center The Intelligent Design […]
When the Sasquatch Music Festival started in 2002, one of its strongest selling points was its setting. The Gorge is a beautiful outdoor amphitheater perched on a grassy hill overlooking the Columbia River in the small town of George, Wash. Unlike the harsh, desert-like conditions of Coachella or the hellish, sweaty environment of Bonnaroo — […]
Amidst the commercial and industrial lots that give Commerce City its name, sits a contemporary structure made of fine wood and glass. The conspicuous building stands out, not only in appearance, but in function as well. Surrounded by wholesale warehouses and construction scrap operations, Balistreri Winery has been producing some of Colorado’s best wines since […]
Member changes, stolen equipment and difficult recording sessions might cause the break-up of some bands, but for the oddly punctuated Portugal. The Man, it seems like these are the tumultuous conditions under which the band thrives. While their style of music would be classified as indie-rock, few bands have explored as many facets of the […]
[media-credit id=23 align=”alignnone” width=”600″][/media-credit]A few years back, Nathaniel Rateliff was a local songsmith that rarely played gigs outside of Denver. But now that he’s become a world-renowned singer-songwriter, Rateliff has been touring constantly. On April 12, Rateliff will play the Summit Music Hall on behalf of “The Revival Tour.” This special tour, which was created […]
Originally from New Jersey, Jeremiah Fraites and Wesley Schultz decided to head west back in 2002. It was here that they met cellist/multi-instrumentalist, Neyla Pekarek. Over time, the trio built up their fan base. At the beginning of 2012, The Lumineers signed to Dualtone Records and released their self-titled debut.
Kamtin Mohager spent his teens and early twenties playing in groups around Denver and Boulder before his main project, The Chain Gang of 1974, took him to L.A. Now he is looking to take the group out of the country.
The title of Lucero’s brand new album, Women & Work, must define what this Memphis-based quartet loves. Beyond getting women, these country boys work hard to maintain a steady album cycle by releasing a new record every three years. And, they’ve acquired a dedicated, even loving, fanbase by touring consistently throughout the years. In fact, […]