NOV 24 – Downtown Artery

The River Arkansas Mike Clark (the mastermind behind The Ghost of Michael Clark, The Haunted Windchimes, and The Sugar Sounds) will be at Downtown Artery with his latest project—The River Arkansas. This band is made up of musicians from across the Front Range, and named after the river Clark lives beside. Their first release, Golden Light, brings together sounds of rock ‘n’ roll, Americana, soul, and gypsy folk. You can […]

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#FoCo4PuertoRico presents – Benefit for Puerto Rico and other Charities

Photos by Dan Peacock It was a night of palpable passion and ferocious generosity. #FoCo4PuertoRico’s five-featured performers and (not so) silent auction certainly put donors in the mood for magnanimity, raising over FOUR THOUSAND dollars for Unidos for Puerto Rico and other various charities. Event organizers Soraya Rozkuszka and Greg Tempalski put on the event in response to Greg’s creation of the hashtag in heed of news following devastating hurricane […]


Front Country Plays Avo’s 11/10/2017

Front Country is not your average American Roots band. They play progressive bluegrass with an influence of world music, jazz, composition and classical guitar.  Electropop, honky tonk, and soul sounds merge blending a modern sound of the future with the echoes of the past. Front Country plays Avagadro’s number on 11/10/2017 with Eli Slocumb & Friends.  Front Country is : ADAM ROSZKIEWICZ  mandolin, banjo, vocals JACOB GROOPMAN  guitar, Rezo guitar, mandolin, […]

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Graham Good and the Painters @ Hodi’s Half Note – Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017

What a surreal moment to see our name on the marquee at Hodi’s Half Note! We’ve dreamt of this for years! Come witness history in the making as we release our debut EP and headline Hodi’s for the first time! :) Music starts at 9 and we go on around 11. We still have presale tickets available so hit us up for $10 tickets! #historyinthemaking #grahamgoodandthepainters #fortcollins #hodishalfnote #localmusic #coloradomusic […]

NOW 17 – Hodi’s Half Note

Edison The indie-folk rock trio, Edison, hailing from our own Colorado, will be taking their tour west this month. Edison take on the west coast cities like Salt Lake City, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver, Wray, and Fort Collins, all in their home state. Through their tireless touring efforts, the band has managed to significantly grow their national following, touring with bands like Iron & Wine, Nathaniel Rateliff & The […]


The Catcalls: Succinct and Sultry – A Band With Successful Roots Tear Into FoCo’s Soulful Rock Scene

By: Dan Peacock Photos by: Dan Peacock Sitting down with The Catcalls on the eve of their Halloween weekend concert at Three Four Beer Co., I immediately felt the vibe, the chemistry, and the raw energy of a fresh band thirsty for action and success. Members Riley Ann and Kayleen Patrick share a special connection born out of the Coalition of Women Song Writers– a group of over a hundred and […]

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What To Do This Week —Our Picks for Fun Around Town

By: Ainhoa Palacios Photo by: Seneca Creek Studios   There is never a lack of ridiculously fun things to do around town. Here are Scene’s picks for the week of November 6 through November 12. Tuesday, Nov. 7. Brains & Brews Trivia Night for Crossroads Safehouse @ Odell Brewing Co. Trivia lovers, there is nothing better than getting to play your favorite game while giving to a worthy cause. This […]


Celtic Concert for Charity

The Rocky Bards present a Celtic Concert that benefits the Wounded Warrior Project on Saturday, November 18 at 7 p.m. at the Rialto Theater in Loveland. This is the group’s first performance at the elegant and beautifully restored 1920s theater. The musicians and singers donate their time each November to put on a concert to give back to this worthy cause. Formed in November 2011, the group performed at the […]

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By: Rebecca LaPole   On a dark, dead-end dirt road in Fort Collins, Colorado, a sweet couple of neighbors, their evening lantern-lit walks, and their love story inspired a quartet of ladies to name their string band Lois and the Lantern. Although they used to joke when asked, “Which one of you is Lois?” and say things like, “she’s in Bermuda,” or “she’s traveling the world,” the truth is they […]

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Humanitarian Aid for Musicians in Puerto Rico

With all the unprecedented natural disasters occurring around us, in Colorado, we can feel like the eye of the storm. However, we don’t want to just feel safe, we want to give back and help those in our country who have been affected by floods, fires, hurricanes, and terror. This humanitarian feeling found life in the Rocky Mountain Music Relief (RMMR) group who is partnering with MusiCares to present several […]