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Celtic Crossroads Bring World Fusion Tour to Budweiser Events Center

By Charlie Englar On March 29, Celtic Crossroads, a forceful extravaganza of Irish music and theatre, will make a stop at the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland as a part of their World Fusion Tour. Starting off as a street show in Galway City on the west coast of Ireland in 2005, the group morphed and grew into a theatre-level production in 2007. Since then, the members have been touring […]

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Springdale Quartet Brings the Noise

By Dave Schutz Boulder’s Springdale Quartet plan to release their first album, Noise Factory, on April 18 – four years to the day since they played their first show. The process that led to Noise Factory started not long after that performance, with the band beginning work in 2008 with engineer Brad Smalling – owner of Evergroove Studios – and culminating with a marathon three-day session last November to lay […]

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Leftover Salmon’s Winter Run Mini-Tour Includes a Stop at the Aggie

By Lindsay Nichols Leftover Salmon has been an exceptional part of the Colorado music scene since 1989. Through the years, they’ve truly grown into themselves as a band. They are an admired, well-oiled machine, which in turn has earned them a huge, adoring fanbase. Leftover formed in Boulder as a result of a merger between Vince Herman, Drew Emmitt and Mark Vann. For 15 years the band toured relentlessly and […]

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Common Anomaly: Musicians, Friends, Fellow Travelers

By Dusty Ray With a fresh new sound and a good amount of creative ambition, Common Anomaly has been spreading their music across the Front Range and Denver for a solid three years. Consisting of members Sean Joyce (bass), Nick Lofaro (vocals/guitar), Paul Simmons (vocals/guitar/violin) and his brother Adam Simmons (drums), the band has a work ethic and writing style that is all about inclusion. “We’re all friends,” says Lofaro, […]

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The Sunshine House Shines Light on Debut EP

By Conor Hooley   The Sunshine House Sometimes a band has to exploit its connections. The Sunshine House knows this, which is why they’re leaning on a few of their own in the hopes of landing a slot playing at Austin’s legendary South by Southwest Festival. But, since the upstart band is all of six months old, they occasionally have to use their collective resourcefulness just to find a place […]