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  • The show must go on, with or without fans and, from the stage of an empty Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville, Billy Strings proved that even without fans he's got one of the most energetic shows around.

    Billy Strings – June 16th – Streaming Strings @ Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN

    The show must go on, with or without fans and, from the stage of an empty Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville, Billy Strings proved that even without fans he’s got one of the most energetic shows around.

  • How would you like it if there were only one or two radio stations to listen to? No reason to flip the radio dial to the left or the right, just two big corporations deciding what you should listen to. Musical diversity disappearing as air time is dedicated to what is popular. Local and new music minimized in lieu of market research vetted artists that we should all "like".

    “Radio Silence Benefit” – Bands Supporting Independent Colorado Music Venues

    How would you like it if there were only one or two radio stations to listen to? No reason to flip the radio dial to the left or the right, just two big corporations deciding what you should listen to. Musical diversity disappearing as air time is dedicated to what is popular. Local and new music minimized in lieu of market research vetted artists that we should all “like”.

  • Punk Rock Saves Lives is a non-profit organization helping focus on health concerns, equal rights, human rights, and more. Knowing how difficult the deafening silence of this pandemic is PRSL organized a musical livestream last weekend. Rob Rushing and PRSL brought Reno Divorce live from an empty EastFax Tap straight into our homes!

    Reno Divorce – April 26th – EastFax Tap (Livestream)

    Punk Rock Saves Lives is a non-profit organization helping focus on health concerns, equal rights, human rights, and more. Knowing how difficult the deafening silence of this pandemic is PRSL organized a musical livestream last weekend. Rob Rushing and PRSL brought Reno Divorce live from an empty EastFax Tap straight into our homes!

  • Back on March 16th Gov. Jared Polis ordered Colorado bars, and restaurants closed due to COVID-19. Also included in this order were all movie theaters, concert venues, and nightclubs.

    Don’t Stop the Music Denver!

    Back on March 16th Gov. Jared Polis ordered Colorado bars, and restaurants closed due to COVID-19. Also included in this order were all movie theaters, concert venues, and nightclubs.

  • Marcus King and his dynamite band brought the El Dorado Tour to Boulder Theater last weekend for the first time since they graced the stage last summer after Dead & Co. played Folsom Field.  The theater was packed to the gills for the Valentine's Day show, and the lovebirds (and everyone else in the house) were not disappointed.

    Marcus King – February 14th – Boulder Theater

    Marcus King and his dynamite band brought the El Dorado Tour to Boulder Theater last weekend for the first time since they graced the stage last summer after Dead & Co. played Folsom Field. The theater was packed to the gills for the Valentine’s Day show, and the lovebirds (and everyone else in the house) were not disappointed.

  • The first - of hopefully many - Denver Comes Alive events took place last Friday at the beautiful Mission Ballroom.  A steady buzz around this evening had been building for months, so it was no surprise that the show ended up selling out.

    Denver Comes Alive – January 31st – Mission Ballroom

    The first – of hopefully many – Denver Comes Alive events took place last Friday at the beautiful Mission Ballroom. A steady buzz around this evening had been building for months, so it was no surprise that the show ended up selling out.

  • Patterson Hood, frontman of the Drive-By Truckers, played his next-to last show of the decade at Globe Hall for a devoted Denver audience as he wrapped up his solo acoustic tour.  As he made his way through the set he spoke candidly to the audience as he always does, an endearing trait that has helped build his fanbase over the years.

    Patterson Hood – December 18th – Globe Hall

    Patterson Hood, frontman of the Drive-By Truckers, played his next-to last show of the decade at Globe Hall for a devoted Denver audience as he wrapped up his solo acoustic tour. As he made his way through the set he spoke candidly to the audience as he always does, an endearing trait that has helped build his fanbase over the years.

  • This past weekend, the Denver music community helped usher one of the best young players in the country to the next level.  Back in September, when it was announced that Billy Strings would be playing two nights at The Ogden, the buzz was deafening but people were initially skeptical that he would sell out both shows.  Well, tickets went on sale and disappeared so quickly that AEG added a third night and, guess what, those vanished as well.  In mere minutes, Strings sold out three nights at the venerable Colfax theater.

    Billy Strings – December 13th & 14th – Ogden Theatre

    This past weekend, the Denver music community helped usher one of the best young players in the country to the next level. Back in September, when it was announced that Billy Strings would be playing two nights at The Ogden, the buzz was deafening but people were initially skeptical that he would sell out both shows. Well, tickets went on sale and disappeared so quickly that AEG added a third night and, guess what, those vanished as well. In mere minutes, Strings sold out three nights at the venerable Colfax theater.

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