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American Authors and more warm up Denver

The Band of Brothers Tour hits Denver After almost a month on the road, The Band of Brothers Tour landed in Denver at the Ogden Theater this February with opening band PUBLIC and headliners American Authors and Magic Giant.  Whether it was from the bitter

Saint Motel is just Denver’s type

Indie group brings their biggest hits It was a cold, cold Tuesday outside the Ogden Theatre: but soon enough started to buzz with energy as concertgoers began to fill the space. The stage was set for the opening act KOLARS, a duo from Los Angeles

Frankie Cosmos charms Denver at the Bluebird

From lo-fi recordings to headlining act Greta Kline and her band Frankie Cosmos brought their charming sound to Denver once again, playing two shows at the Bluebird Theater and Larimer Lounge on Nov. 7 and 8. In their opening show at the Bluebird, they brought

Carmen Sandim at Caffè Sole

CU professor celebrates new album Carmen Sandim, a piano professor at CU Denver and Boulder, performed at Caffè Sole in Boulder on Oct. 26. The performances came in celebration of her new album release Playdoh. The audience was filled with older jazz fans as well

The sounds of Chicago arrive in Denver

Whitney and Lala Lala play the Ogden Lala Lala and Whitney made a welcome return to Denver at the historic Ogden Theatre on Oct. 21. Facing the beast of a street that is Colfax Avenue for over a hundred years, the Ogden serves as the

Postmodern Jukebox returns to Colorado

Contemporary hits with a 20s twist Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is a musical group consisting of strings, brass, woodwinds, and vocals. In 2014, Scott Bradlee created the group of multiple musicians with a focus on taking contemporary songs from artists such as Carly Rae Jepsen and Lady Gaga and reimagining them in a past era sound like the 20s. The group also utilizes

Jonas Brothers brought their biggest hits to Denver

New and old tracks collide On Oct. 1, 2019, The Jonas Brothers performed their “Happiness Begins” gig at the Pepsi Center after years of being inactive as a group after the trio disbanded.  The group split in 2013 with Nick Jonas, the youngest of the

Ghost haunts Colorado

Two rituals in two days The feeling in the air right before an entertainer is due to perform is electric.  Ghost knows how to turn that anticipation up to 11 and deliver night after night.  The Ultimate Tour Named Death made two stops in Colorado

“When the Curtain Falls,” Greta Van Fleet rises

Greta Van Fleet’s Red Rocks debut Opening with 70s style apparel, a falsetto that would make the members of Led Zeppelin proud, and a stage presence that kept the audience’s attention glued to the stage, one would be surprised that it was Greta Van Fleet’s

Modern synthpop reintroduced to Denver

BANKS at the Fillmore California synthpop singer-songwriter BANKS returned to Denver touring her latest record, III. Her show pulled out all the stops and was a lively and memorable musical and visual experience.  As one of Denver’s larger scale venues, the 20-plus-year-old Fillmore Auditorium never