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Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
Jaden Carlson, at 13, has to be one of the youngest performers ever to headline the Fox Theatre in Boulder. Musicians from all over the country aspire to step onto the Fox stage, and Carlson's gig at the Fox on July 12 is all the more meaningful since it's a hometown venue.   Full Story
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Annual festival on St. Vrain River continues despite damage.   Full Story
There are some legendary shows coming up this week, with Budos Band in Colorado — at the Fox Monday, hope you made it, and at the Bluebird tonight — Natural Child coming to the Hi-Dive this Saturday, and twin appearances from Mac DeMarco and Amen Dunes at the Gothic and Lost Lake, respectively. There's much to be excited about, so tune into 1190 this week to get pumped up with some great new releases.   Full Story
Ever wish you had more outlets with which to find new music? Ever wish I'd just shut the hell up trying to tell you what bands you should go check out? Well have I ever got a solution for you!   Full Story
Quentin Young / A&E Spotlight
Barbecues are an essential part of the American summer. Throw in some good music and good friends, and you've got what many people might call perfection. That being the case, Dickens Opera House in Longmont hosts what some might regard as the perfect summer concert series.   Full Story
Karl Gehring, The Denver Post
A large crowd of people turned out Tuesday to voice their feelings about a giant three-day music festival featuring The Cure, Rise Against, Primus and The Flaming Lips scheduled in September on a farm near Byers.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera
The gates will close on the famed Caribou Ranch this month as a family has purchased the vast property with plans to steward — not develop — the land.   Full Story
Happy Tuesday everybody! It's the first day of July, meaning it's time for a brand new album to hold the coveted CD of the Month spot, and this month it goes to none other than the keepers of our heart, Parquet Courts!   Full Story
Enion and David Pelta-Tiller are the type of artists who are so immersed in their musical community that they seem to know everyone. And they're the type of artists with whom everyone seems to have played at one time or another.   Full Story
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Organizers confident they'll reach an agreement with Arapahoe County for music festival.   Full Story
Jack Plunkett / Invision
As many of you have probably heard by now, last Thursday a shooting took place at Red Rocks (fortunately with no fatalities) during the annual Feed The Rocks concert. I was there, and the shooting was only one of the reasons why the evening was one of the strangest I've had in a while.   Full Story
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Popular band eager for second chance to play Red Rocks as opener for Umphrey's McGee.   Full Story
Condolences to everyone who witnessed that devastating final 20 seconds of the World Cup game on Sunday. If you're still feeling as sore about it as I am, tune into 1190 this week for some releases that should give you some hope in this cold, bleak world of fútbol.   Full Story
This past weekend, the force of nature known as Death Grips dropped a new album out of nowhere entitled niggas on the moon, with a promise that it's only the first album of a double-LP called the powers that b, to be released in full later this year.   Full Story
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The banjo virtuoso might as well declare the state of Colorado his summer musical home.   Full Story
Intercambio: Uniting Communities / Special to A&E Spotlight
Culture Jam headliner Ozomatli likes brewer's attempt to bring people together.   Full Story
Hey everybody, just got in from my trip to Istanbul last night and I feel like a sack of pudding from all the jetlag so hopefully this column is legible. Fortunately though, we have a ton of badass, summery new releases going into rotation this week.   Full Story
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Somehow, Parquet Courts have seemingly adopted all the sonic traits of their inferior contemporaries while continuing to flourish as a witty, hard-hitting rock band.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
Bonnie Sims is the irrepressible, warbly voiced dynamo who fronts the popular local country act Bonnie & The Clydes. Lauren Stovall is the cowboy boot-wearing, silky-voiced member of local award-winning bluegrass group The Railsplitters. Wouldn't it be so cool to see these two perform together?   Full Story
Nathan Rist, Special to The Denver Post
From his 29 years of emceeing the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Dan Sadowsky a.k.a. Pastor Mustard's favorite story has to do with Natalie Merchant and cheese doodles.   Full Story