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Colfax Speed Queen frontman Matt Loui is happy to have a new drummer who can sing, but in order to better match their voices, he's calling for more whiskey.   Full Story
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Lorde haters: Stop making assumptions. Think critically.   Full Story
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Less than a year ago, John Jorgenson recruited some friends to start a bluegrass band. His friends all happen to be extremely skilled, seasoned musicians, so the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band was almost certain to be worth hearing.   Full Story
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"For the summer we're consciously trying to be Colorado-centric," Eric Halborg said.   Full Story
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The name Remix Artist Collective doesn't make much sense anymore. Only group leader André Allen Anjos remains, and his latest record is full of original music. Still, he continues to perform and record as RAC, and he's playing the Glenn Miller Ballroom Thursday night.   Full Story
Yonder Mountain String Band announced today that mandolin player Jeff Austin is leaving the band to pursue his solo career.   Full Story
Chautauqua announced the lineup for its summer concerts, and it's packed with big names.The series kicks off on June 12 with Steve Earle & The Dukes and runs through Sept. 13.   Full Story
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This summer keeps getting bigger for Red Rocks. Crosby, Stills & Nash added Colorado's music mecca to their tour calendar.   Full Story
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With the wise sass of a midlife crisis, Loveland-based musician Johnny Hickman wrote his heart out for his second solo album, "Tilting," releasing July 3.   Full Story
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Let's get a jump on the week ahead in music. It's a big one, so get your tickets now. Among the highlights is a little something for everyone, from controversial hip hop, to gleeful electro-pop, to cheeky punk, to soulful blues-rock.   Full Story
CU-Boulder's Program Council annouced that RAC will headline the last show of the semester this week.   Full Story
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TEEN has been one of those bands that creeps into the public consciousness, one record at a time. The trio of Lieberson sisters -- Teeny, Lizzie and Kathleen -- get better every time. They've done it again on The Way and Color, with Boshra AlSaadi joining on bass and no shortage of ideas.   Full Story
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The announcement that Thee Oh Sees would go in hiatus was understandable if not concerning. The psyched-out garage rockers never seemed to rest.   Full Story
Record Store Day, 4/20, AND Easter? Regardless of your religious beliefs/drug habits/vinyl-purchasing tendencies, it's been a busy weekend for all of us.   Full Story
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A brewing dispute over claims of window-rattling sound levels during certain shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre has now drawn Jefferson County into the controversy, just as the iconic venue kicks off its summer concert season.   Full Story
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Organizers estimate about 5,000-6,000 people came through the gates of a mini-festival outside of Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom that had 26th to 28th streets closed on Welton Street.   Full Story
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As Denver musician Wes Watkins booked springtime shows for his gospel-tinged band the Other Black, one date on the calendar took absolute priority.   Full Story
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If you've heard Denver six-piece The Belle Jar, you know their energetic folk-rock sound. Friday night at the hi-dive, you might hear something new.   Full Story
As I've said before, I'm not a fan of rampant consumerism. I don't like waiting in line to buy things. However, I do like giving my money to local stores, particularly record stores.   Full Story
Boulder-bred bluegrass powerhouse String Cheese Incident today announced it will play a free show on University Hill at 6 p.m. April 28.   Full Story