Author: Eric Gruneisen

Colorado Native, Music Lover and Photographer, I have been covering live music and events in Colorado for over 15 years. Founded Mile High Feedback in 2009. Also spent 7 years as the main music photographer for Denvers Westword Magazine. When I’m not covering shows I like to spend time with my teenage son taking advantage of living in the great state of Colorado skiing, snowboarding and just plain loving the great out door.

Slideshow: 1940’s White Christmas Ball

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The 1940’s White Christmas Ball took place this past weekend on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Denver.  The sold-out event was extraordinary with appearances by Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr.  Photographer Eric Gruneisen brought back these photos from the Ball.   Continue reading “Slideshow: 1940’s White Christmas Ball”

MICHAEL FRANTI & SPEARHEAD PARTNERS WITH “ZAPPOS FOR GOOD” TO HOST SHOE DRIVE AT UPCOMING RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE CONCERT THURSDAY, JULY 13

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Michael Franti on tour in Japan Credit: Hiroki Nishioka

 

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Slideshow: Faster PussyCat at the Buffalo Rose

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Our friends over at Wolfpack Productions brought old school Glam metal band Faster PussyCat to the Buffalo Rose on Saturday, July 1, 2017.  Peace Love and Destruction, Lotus Gait, The Roxy Suicide and Kaos Conspiracy all took the opening slots for the show. Photographer, Eric Gruneisen brought back these photos from the show.

For information about VIP meet & greet photos contact Eric Gruneisen

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Eric.gruneisen@milehighfeedback.com

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Slideshow: Big Head Todd at Red Rocks 6-10-17

 

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Big Head Todd and The Monsters played to a sold out crowd

at Red Rocks this past weekend, June 10, 2017 with Collective Soul opening.  All photos by Eric Gruneisen.

Read the full review of the show!

View the slideshow of Back Stone Cherry at the Bluebird Theatre!

 

MHF Guide to Surviving a Metallica Concert on a Week Night

 

By Teresa Humphreys and Eric Gruneisen

It’s been nearly ten years since heavy metals top dog, Metallica melted the faces off Colorado music fans. Coming this Wednesday June 7th all that comes to an end when Metallica headlines a show at Mile High Stadium.

With the length of time that’s it’s been since Coloradans have partaken in such an event we thought it would be a good idea to put together five quick tips to Surviving a Metallica Concert on a week night. Here’s what you need to know.
1. The roads are on fire! Literally! Take a shuttle or better yet, utilize public transportation such as RTD Light Rail. Both Uber or Lyft are easily available all over the city. Use the buddy system because let’s face it, Denver traffic sucks. Especially if you plan to drink or utilize some of the Mile High City’s finest flower, then be a responsible Metalhead.
2. Bring your patience. First, Remember Metallica has not performed in Denver for nearly a decade so expect massive crowds and very long lines. And second with the unfortunate events happening in Europe targeting concert-goers, expect extra delays and longer security lines than usual.
3. Be prepared like a Boy (or Girl) Scout) for Colorado weather. Dress for summer, but pack a hoodie, gloves, hat, scarf and a pancho. Colorado weather is as unpredictable and can change as quickly as Trump’s administration.
4. If you must indulge in some of the Mile High’s finest, we recommend Dank (no we are not getting paid for this endorsement). They have some of the highest quality product, most knowledgeable people and the prices are reasonable for the high quality product.
5. Enjoy this legendary band and don’t be a douche and video the entire concert with your silly little smart phone. It ruins the experience for others around you. (It’s not all about you!) And you’re essentially stealing by way of copyright infringement. Besides Metallica hasn’t been to Denver since 2008! Sure, take a few photos, but then rock out with your fellow Metalheads.

click the links for all the info you would ever need on attending wensdays show.

https://www.metallica.com/tour/30530

https://www.metallica.com/