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  • An extremely long line of fans trailed down the road behind the scenic Red Rocks Amphitheatre last Thursday night for a first-rate show that nearly didn’t come to fruition after a severed power line cut power to the historic venue. Though the show was pushed back an hour, fans were in high spirits and the show that followed was more than worth the wait.

    The Head And The Heart – August 14th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    An extremely long line of fans trailed down the road behind the scenic Red Rocks Amphitheatre last Thursday night for a first-rate show that nearly didn’t come to fruition after a severed power line cut power to the historic venue. Though the show was pushed back an hour, fans were in high spirits and the show that followed was more than worth the wait.

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  • The Folks Festival at Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons, CO has always marked a high-point of the summer for many music fans, but last year, in early September, one of the most destructive floods Colorado had ever seen swept through the pristine grounds all but destroying this summer haven. For those who haven't been yet, let us report, the ranch is not only back and operational, it's better than ever.

    Folks Festival – August 15th-17th – Planet Bluegrass, Lyons, CO

    The Folks Festival at Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons, CO has always marked a high-point of the summer for many music fans, but last year, in early September, one of the most destructive floods Colorado had ever seen swept through the pristine grounds all but destroying this summer haven. For those who haven't been yet, let us report, the ranch is not only back and operational, it's better than ever.

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  • Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela brought their unique instrumental blend of metal, jazz and world music to a passionate Red Rocks audience last Sunday.  Over the course of their nearly two hour performance, the pair debuted a number of pieces from their forthcoming album, "9 Dead Alive," and welcomed Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo to the stage for a medley of Metallica songs. The evening was nothing short of electrifying.

    Rodrigo y Gabriela – August 17th – Red Rocks

    Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela brought their unique instrumental blend of metal, jazz and world music to a passionate Red Rocks audience last Sunday. Over the course of their nearly two hour performance, the pair debuted a number of pieces from their forthcoming album, "9 Dead Alive," and welcomed Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo to the stage for a medley of Metallica songs. The evening was nothing short of electrifying.

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  • Jack Johnson's tour in support of his #1 album, "From Here To Now To You," would not be complete without a stop at America's greatest venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, so the singer dutifully played for a sold-out audience last Monday.  With his longtime friends in ALO playing the role of opener after stepping in for an ailing Michael Kiwanuka, the curly-haired surfer played a high tide of fan favorite hits, some clever covers, and plenty of the new record, too.

    Jack Johnson – August 18th – Red Rocks

    Jack Johnson's tour in support of his #1 album, "From Here To Now To You," would not be complete without a stop at America's greatest venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, so the singer dutifully played for a sold-out audience last Monday. With his longtime friends in ALO playing the role of opener after stepping in for an ailing Michael Kiwanuka, the curly-haired surfer played a high tide of fan favorite hits, some clever covers, and plenty of the new record, too.

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  • Cervantes’ venues still bring the diverse and lively music scene to Five Points that author Jack Kerouac once visited the neighborhood for some sixty-seven years ago.  On this night Fishbone provided the life, joy, kicks, and darkness that has long been the musical bloodline of Five Points.  Between the swirling pit of moshers, the saxophones, trumpets, and blaring trombones, screaming guitars, thumping bass and bombastic drumming, the night was madness.

    Fishbone – August 15th, 2014 – Cervantes’ Other Side

    Cervantes’ venues still bring the diverse and lively music scene to Five Points that author Jack Kerouac once visited the neighborhood for some sixty-seven years ago. On this night Fishbone provided the life, joy, kicks, and darkness that has long been the musical bloodline of Five Points. Between the swirling pit of moshers, the saxophones, trumpets, and blaring trombones, screaming guitars, thumping bass and bombastic drumming, the night was madness.

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