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“Alchemized” by Nancy Just

“Alchemized” Nancy Just By Steve Graham Nancy Just occasionally posts a meme on her Facebook page that reads “Music is my painkiller.” She must be serious, and she has to need a powerful dose. The Loveland psychotherapist and folk-pop singer dedicated her second album, “Alchemized” to her two sons and their father, who died unexpectedly during the recording of the album. Four months later, her brother also died of a […]

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Your Heart The Stars The Milky Way

The debut album from Daniel Rodriguez, guitarist/vocalist of Elephant Revival is a journey of the heart. Produced by Elephant Revival bandmate, Darren Garvey, and jack-of-all-trades. The soothing sounds of Rodriguez voice mix with some interesting music dynamics and stellar musicianship transport the listener into the storyline. The meridians of sound are substantially a traveling record with dreamscapes of other lands, deep experiences, and subtle endings. Your Heart The Stars The […]

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ZEMBU: the day I found out my mom died by suicide

ZEMBU is a female musician and producer with Japanese-Jewish-American roots. Born and raised in Seattle, she is now based in Colorado where she made her debut in the music world this January with “Lavender Taste,” a song about the subtleties of falling in love with her partner, Becca. Human is a song about the day she found out her mom died by suicide. Poetically honest, ZEMBU will take you on an […]

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The Lincoln Center Announces its 2019/2020 Season Lineup

The Lincoln Center announced its 2019/2020 season line up today. The season features three national Broadway tours including the Tony Award®-winning shows The Color Purple, An American in Paris and Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. The Lincoln Center is also presenting two brand-new series this season! The Laugh Riot Series will feature comedy acts like the incomparable Rita Rudner and Tig Notaro. Also new this season is the National Geographic Live Series, which is being presented for the first […]

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Swallow Hill Music is excited to announce the Young Songwriters Showcase

Swallow Hill announces the Young Songwriters Showcase for songwriters ages 13-18. Saturday, June 1, 2019, 3-9pm. The cost is $75.00, and tuition assistance available. “Students are bound to learn something new about themselves and feel encouraged to keep writing songs!” Swallow Hill Instructor and songwriter Deborah Collins says. Deborah is talking about the launch of the Young Songwriters Showcase, which takes place at Swallow Hill Music on Saturday, June 1 […]

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8 things about Lord Huron

AEG Presents LORD HURON at The Stanley Hotel,  May 15 & 16, 2019. Doors 7:00pm || Show 8:30pm.    8 things about Lord Huron you may not know   Lord Huron’s name nods to the great lake, but they base the band on the Pacific coast, in Los Angeles. Ben Schneider began Lord Huron as a solo project but eventually added a full band with his kindergarten buddies. The track […]

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The Main Squeeze Invade Colorado

    Questions by Nicholas Stock   The Main Squeeze is a band on the rise. With international acclaim and a packed tour schedule, this band is going from opener to headliner quickly. The Main Squeeze has bounced around the country in search of an inviting market before finally settling on the West Coast. Their music defies categorization, but is utterly approachable and inviting. They’ve even caught the attention of […]

David Michael Boyd is reversing that process, playing a public concert of songs he wrote with real Colorado inmates. His band, Davey and the Blu Dog, is performing a free concert with special guests at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Music District building on South College Avenue. The show is part of the Blues Behind Bars project.
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Blues Behind Bars brings inmate-penned tunes to Music District

By Steve Graham Johnny Cash famously sang “Folsom Prison Blues,” a fictional prisoner story, for real inmates in California. David Michael Boyd is reversing that process, playing a public concert of songs he wrote with real Colorado inmates. His band, Davey and the Blu Dog, is performing a free concert with special guests at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Music District building on South College Avenue. The show […]

The Underground Music Showcase (UMS), Denver’s largest and most iconic music festival, just announced the full 2019 lineup and will once again bring an array of acclaimed national and local artists, creatively curated stages, and host endless surprises across the three-day showcase.
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Underground Music Showcase Announces 2019 Lineup

Underground Music Showcase Announces 2019 Lineup   The Underground Music Showcase (UMS), Denver’s largest and most iconic music festival, just announced the full 2019 lineup and will once again bring an array of acclaimed national and local artists, creatively curated stages, and host endless surprises across the three-day showcase. From Friday, July 26 through Sunday, July 28, the 19th annual Underground Music Showcase will return to the historic and hip […]

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Head for the Hills 15th Annual Pickin’ on the Poudre

By Steve Graham Head for the Hills has come a long way from bluegrass jams in a dorm room at Colorado State University. The group has been throwing musical parties in northern Colorado for a decade and a half, and the 15thannual Pickin’ on the Poudre show on May 11 is no exception. But Lessard and his bandmates are bringing more guests and blending more genres than ever before — […]