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Longmont pares down its street concerts to a June 1 affair with Jeff & Paige, Antonio Lopez Band and Drunken Hearts - Despite the switch-up, the people of Longmont will still have plenty of opportunities to see live music throughout the
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Colorado joins lawsuit seeking to break up Ticketmaster/Live Nation - The U.S. Justice Department and Colorado, 28 other states and the District of Columbia seek to break up what they call an illegal monopoly and force Live Nation to sell
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Concerts: May 23-30 - English avant-pop act The Japanese House comes to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre for a two-night run with Maggie Rogers, May 27-28. The project of singer-songwriter Amber Mary Bain takes the stage at the historic Front Range venue following the release of
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Government sues Ticketmaster owner and asks court to break up company’s monopoly on live events - The Justice Department has sued Ticketmaster and parent company Live Nation Entertainment, accusing them in a sweeping antitrust lawsuit of running an illegal monopoly over live events in America that squelches competition and drives up prices for fans. Filed
Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to Know and Do Around the state May 24 – 26 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
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Eye of the tiger - The 1990s may be most closely associated with the grime of grunge and the rise of radio hip-hop, but it was the sound of pre-Y2K country that got its hooks in Katie Crutchfield.  “That’s the first music I connected with, and it’s imprinted on my
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If it makes you happy - The close-knit members of Colorado Springs quartet Cabin saybeing queer in their hometown isn’t always easy. They hope to help change that. “Because we are a queer band and we bring more of a queer crowd to our shows, it definitely feels a lot safer
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After surviving kitchen table amputation, Gazan teen injured in war gets artificial leg in Colorado - Ahed Bseiso, a Gazan teenager, survived an Israeli bombing iand then an emergency amputation. Now, she's in a Englewood prosthetic clinic, a world away from the war, as she tested out her new
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The ultimate guide to Colorado’s 2024 summer festivals - How many of these Colorado summer festivals will you
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Levitt Pavilion’s unusual mix of free shows and savvy thinking have helped it survive - The 6,500-capacity Ruby Hill amphitheater is producing more than 40 free concerts through
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Things to to do this weekend: Interactive bubbles, Denver comics fest and more - Bubble Planet: An Immersive Experience, Manitou Comedy Festival, a free art party for the Biennial of the Americas and
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5 things you didn’t know about Red Rocks, from hidden tunnels to a lot of White Claw - The 9,545-capacity amphitheater in Morrison is a clockwork that requires constant
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Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to Know and Do Around the State May 17-19 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
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Concerts: May 16-23 - Following last year’s headlining gig in Boulder, indie-pop standout Samia returns to the Front Range for an opening-slot show at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre on May 20. On the heels of last year’s full-length Honey, the celebrated singer-songwriter
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Late bloomer - Longtime Boulder singer-songwriter Duncan Coker has been honing his craft ever since he picked up his first guitar as a New Jersey teenager four decades ago. It was a Fender Squier, and it opened the door to a love for performing that’s going strong to
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Walsenburg brings back its community celebration, Porchfest, for a second year - The daylong event features live music and art around the southern Colorado
Your complete guide to summer music festivals in Colorado - From underground music in Denver to under-the-stars performances in Durango, this summer offers a bit of
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Inaugural KlezKolorado festival celebrates Jewish culture and music amidst challenging times - Organizers wanted to build on Denver’s thriving klezmer scene with a multi-day
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United flyers can turn points into Red Rocks Amphitheatre tickets - MileagePlus members need at least 11,000 points to qualify for concert
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Celebrate Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Indie 102.3 - Indie 102.3 celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month with a ton of indie artists spanning
Concert etiquette: How to deal with talkers, drunken fans and other Denver show woes - If you've spent the money, you deserve the best experience. Here's how to get
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Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to know and do around the state May 10-12 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
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Moving mountains - Nearly two decades ago, a 12,497-foot peak in Colorado’s Never Summer Mountains was officially named Mount Mahler to honor the Austrian post-romantic composer. Colorado MahlerFest, the annual Boulder event dedicated to his music, was instrumental in
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Concerts: May 9-16 - ON THE BILL: After canceling last year’s world tour due to frontman Stuart Murdoch’s recovery from an illness, Scottish indie-pop OGs Belle and Sebastian make their triumphant return to Colorado for a show with The Weather Station at Denver’s
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Backstage in Denver’s best green rooms: Red Rocks, the Ogden, more - Couches, tables, mirrors and mini-fridges are available to performers as they wait backstage, do interviews, receive guests and
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CPR Classical Presents: The Spirituals Project Choir in concert May 18 - “It was the spiritual song – or Negro Spiritual – that gave hope to American slaves as they cried out to God, asking him to send a “Moses” to lead
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With help from AI, Randy Travis got his voice back. Here’s how his first song post-stroke came to be - With artificial intelligence, country music star Randy Travis has his voice back. In 2013, the Travis was hospitalized with viral cardiomyopathy and later suffered a stroke. He now has aphasia, a condition that limits his ability to speak. It’s why his wife
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Plan your mountain trips for Colorado’s summer jazz festivals - How fortunate are we to have so much natural beauty intersecting with so many people obsessed with bringing you excellent music at
Broomfield Symphony Orchestra shows off youth talent with its 2024 Young Artist competition - The Broomfield Symphony Orchestra is highlighting the talent of two young
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Broomfield High gala moves from stale auditorium to elegant event space - The school's annual fundraiser shines a light on funding needs for performing arts in high
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Concerts: May 2-9 - Following his 2022 smash Boat Songs and last year’s debut live album, MJ Lenderman and The Wind bring the rising star’s country-fried guitar rock to the Front Range from Asheville, North Carolina, for a Red Rocks Amphitheatre performance with headliner
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 “Where Did We Sit on the Bus?” puts the audience in the Loop at the Denver Center | Theater review - Downstairs in the Singleton Theatre, things are positively loopy. Or rather brilliantly looping, as a young, Latina music-maker sets about crafting a mixed tape of her life in the hip-hop-influenced “Where Did We Sit on the Bus?,” directed by Matt
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Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to know and do around the state May 3-5 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
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‘Loud bark, deep bite’ - Marisa “Missy” Dabice recalls a Pablo Picasso drawing that distills her philosophy on the expression of desire. In it, a nude man and woman are depicted mid-coitus while a peculiar voyeur, the pope, looks on. His face shows no judgment or
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Found Sounds: April 2024 - April is the cruelest month, as “tortured poet” T.S. Eliot once wrote — and here in the People’s Republic, it belonged to Taylor Swift. It’s no surprise to see her on top of this month’s bestsellers at Paradise Found Records and Music (1646
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What CU Boulder’s Glenn Miller Collection Could Reveal About the Celebrated Big Band Leader - Just in time for International Jazz Day (April 30), CU Boulder is using a donation to fund the organization of its vast materials on Glenn Miller and the big band era in America. The post What CU Boulder’s Glenn Miller Collection Could Reveal About
So Many Roads Brewery closes — for real this time — in wake of co-founder’s arrest on suspicion of sexual assault - So Many Roads Brewery will close permanently following the arrest of co-founder Jay Bianchi on suspicion of sexual assaults, including an allegation of assault at the brewery earlier this
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Here’s your 20% discount code to see guitarist MILOŠ with Les Violons du Roy - Guitarist Miloš Karadaglić became a worldwide sensation in 2011 with his debut release,
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Opinion: “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT REVIEW:” How Taylor’s lyrical mastery is hindered by torturous production - Taylor Swift’s eleventh studio album, “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT” is her most honest and gut-punching record… The post Opinion: “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT REVIEW:” How Taylor’s lyrical mastery is hindered by torturous production
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Uvalde Mariachi Band and Boulder Concert Chorale collaborate to spread healing through music - Los Coyotes, Uvalde High School’s award winning band, has been a point of pride for a community hit hard by
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Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to know and do around the state April 26-28 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
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Concerts: April 25-May 1 - ON THE BILL: Austin singer-songwriter Caroline Rose heads to Boulder’s Fox Theatre on April 27 in support of her Grammy-nominated fifth LP, The Art of Forgetting, out now via New West Records. Get there early for opening act Ian Sweet, the long-running
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Jane Austen’s rom-com ‘Emma’ is playing at DCPA: Here’s what you need to know about the music Jane Austen loved - Jane Austen’s witty novels of everyday life for the privileged in 18th century England have captivated readers for over two centuries. But what you might not know is Austen’s inextricable link to
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