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BOHEMIAN FOUNDATION AWARDS $540K TO LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

The Bohemian Foundation announced that it awarded $540,000 to 37 local organizations through the Pharos Fund.  Pharos Fund was established in 2001 and grants twice every year and is a responsive grantmaking program of Bohemian Foundation that makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and governmental units. A committee consisted of Bohemian Foundation board members and community reviewers select grantees through a competitive application process.   “Bohemian […]

Anna at Play at Bohemian Nights 2017
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Anna Morsett of The Still Tide

Anna Morsett of The Still Tide is a multi-facet musician influenced by 90s Seattle bands. Anna returns to New Belgium Brewing for their Candlelight Concert Series on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at 7 PM–10 PM. Last spring she played a solo show at New Belgium with Charlie Cunningham, “it was so special and such relief from playing a typical bar or venue. The crowd was so attentive and kind – […]

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King Cardinal Christmas Holiday Spectacular

Classic American Christmas movies with dad. That’s what to expect to feel at the King Cardinal Christmas Holiday Spectacular show at The Downtown Artery on Dec. 8. Frontman Brennan Mackey’s enthusiasm for the season motivates the band’s holidays. His holiday joy is contagious, and he invites everyone to join in the celebration. Brennan’s bandmates describe him as a “full-time quintessential American road-tripping Dad.” The release of Christmas List follows the tradition of the […]

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Full Metal Burqa, A New Release and a Call for Change

Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons’ present a final tour before taking a hiatus of an unspecified amount of time. Jerry has released over 30 albums in his 3-decade career. His songwriting is raw,  both joyfully pissed off and achingly bittersweet. Jerry’s live show is ‘blistering take-no-prisoners.’ Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons’ play Hodi’s Half Note Sun, December 2, 2018, at 8:00 PM.   Beyond the songwriting, Jerry travels to war-torn areas bringing supplies and teaching music. […]

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Weaving the Social Fabric of Elders through deTour

Hanna Doreen Brown’s full-time work is an independent musician playing music in nursing homes and senior centers all over the Front Range, mostly in Northern Colorado. She joined Courtney Hartman and Taylor Ashton on a deTour around Colorado. Courtney recently moved back to her hometown of Loveland. Formerly she made an album with her and her grandmother’s favorite songs. It was impactful to her as she processed how much she […]

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Darrell Scott’s Relationship with a Song

“If I don’t sing my songs who is going to?  It really comes down to, I have to do that. So I do. It didn’t start that way, but the songs are the things that sort of drove me to this. The power of those songs are the things that give me the strength to stand up on stage and perform.” Darrell Scott, poet, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and musician extraordinaire stands […]

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Octavia’s last Ink

Not every business that closes up shop steers toward a burial at sea — especially in a land-locked state like Colorado. But when Julie Sutter, owner of Fort Collins copywriting and marketing company Unconventional Ink, decided to bid her LLC farewell after 8 years in business, she figured a party with a murky ocean theme might be just the thing to send it overboard. Taking a cue from Octavia, the […]

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Colorado Born FACE: All Vocal Rock Band

The internationally acclaimed all-vocal rock band from Boulder, Colorado FACE is kicking off the holiday season with a family friendly unique brand of all-vocal rock at The Lincoln Center on Black Friday, Nov. 23, 2018. FACE blends modern tunes with an eclectic mix or harmonies, beatbox, and vocal audacity. Embracing fun and joy within their performance. Face consists of four singers – tenors Ryan Driver and Cody Qualls, baritone/countertenor Stephen […]

Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers at Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
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All You Need is…Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers

Emerging artist Hobo Johnson & the Lovemakers played Summit Music Hall in Denver on October 23, 2018, and it left me breathless. They are described as “stream-of-conscious punked-up, folked-out hip-hop-oetry” and that is to the point what you get. Hobo was discovered after he and the “bois” (the Lovemakers)  recorded a live rendition of their most popular song, “Peach Scone” for a 2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest in their backyard. The Hobo’s […]