Some of the best of Denver beared the bitter cold to stop by RiNo’s Stem Ciders Thursday, December 29, to celebrate the two-year anniversary of the Singer Songwriter Showcase. Continue reading “Two-Year Anniversary of Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Stem Ciders”
Tracksuit Wedding held a CD Release party in downtown Denver on Friday night at Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox. The songs are cool and funky, Continue reading “9/15/17 Tracksuit Wedding at Ophelia’s, with Rob Drabkin”
The last time The Great Kurtster, Kurt Vatland, came down from the Rocky mountains, he brought two things; Mountain Swamp Psychedelic music and an incredible scientific discovery about this year’s eclipse.
“[A] unique style and sound that incorporates roots in funk, rock, jazz, soul, Afro-beat, jam, and popular culture…[compelling] even the most stubborn of wallflowers to head to the dance floor and bust a move” – Live For Live Music
By Alan Sperry
Steel Panther is the sexiest band in America (especially Lexxi) and the most sexist. It’s been the same old shtick for years. Steel Panther is rude, crude and lewd and hilarious.
By Veronica Lee
On the evening of the inauguration, local punk bands united in a night of protest through community and music. Punk Against Trump was held at Summit Music Hall in downtown Denver and held a space for expression of collective frustration. Headbanging, middle finger rocking, mosh pitting audience members Continue reading “Punk Trumps Trump”
By Alan Sperry
Seth Walker plays his music with a slight smile and a gleam in his eye. Playing a set filled with righteous tunes, Walker took the audience through his style of Bluesy Jazz.