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  • Southern rockers JJ Grey & Mofro bluegrass players extraordinaire The Infamous Stringdusters and songcrafters Fruition will be kicking off the first official weekend of the Red Rocks summer season this year.  With three great bands it should be quite the kickoff!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: JJ Grey & Mofro, The Infamous Stringdusters, and Fruition – Red Rocks Amphitheatre– Friday, May 6th

    Southern rockers JJ Grey & Mofro bluegrass players extraordinaire The Infamous Stringdusters and songcrafters Fruition will be kicking off the first official weekend of the Red Rocks summer season this year. With three great bands it should be quite the kickoff!

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  • Let's face it, Sunday nights are tough nights for those of us that love to see live music - the weekend is wrapping up and the work week lies in waiting.  That said, the crowd that slowly filtered into The Ogden on Sunday night may have started out tame and mellow, but slowly ramped up as the night went on and, if Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison's ramblings were any indicator, gave the band one of their best receptions in a long-while.

    Frightened Rabbit – April 24th – Ogden Theatre

    Let's face it, Sunday nights are tough nights for those of us that love to see live music - the weekend is wrapping up and the work week lies in waiting. That said, the crowd that slowly filtered into The Ogden on Sunday night may have started out tame and mellow, but slowly ramped up as the night went on and, if Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison's ramblings were any indicator, gave the band one of their best receptions in a long-while.

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  • Saturday night’s Half Moon Run show was only a short three months since their last visit, but they had somehow succeeded in jumping from the tiny Larimer Lounge to the Ogden Theatre. The Montreal indie rockers delivered three and four part harmonies over creative percussion and started the band’s US tour to a very welcoming audience

    Half Moon Run – April 24th – Ogden Theatre

    Saturday night’s Half Moon Run show was only a short three months since their last visit, but they had somehow succeeded in jumping from the tiny Larimer Lounge to the Ogden Theatre. The Montreal indie rockers delivered three and four part harmonies over creative percussion and started the band’s US tour to a very welcoming audience

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  • One of Denver's hottest new bands is set to debut their live sound on May 12th at the Lost Lake Lounge.  After 10 months of recording in secret, this "super-group" made up of some of the Front-Range's most beloved young musicians are ready to make it official with the release of their debut album, 'Weather Patterns.'  Featuring members of Jet Edison, Springdale Quartet, and The Whales, Other Worlds is going to blow you away.

    For One of Denver’s Hottest New Groups, “Band” was a Four Letter Word and Secrecy was The Party Line . . . Until Now

    One of Denver's hottest new bands is set to debut their live sound on May 12th at the Lost Lake Lounge. After 10 months of recording in secret, this "super-group" made up of some of the Front-Range's most beloved young musicians are ready to make it official with the release of their debut album, 'Weather Patterns.' Featuring members of Jet Edison, Springdale Quartet, and The Whales, Other Worlds is going to blow you away.

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  • The Congress is a Virginia-based four-piece, equal parts rock & roll, old-school soul, and outlaw country. Founded by Scott Lane and Jonathan Meadows, the band falls under the influence of the diverse music of their hometown of Richmond, where the spirit of soul music prevails with infusions of jazz, punk rock, and Appalachia. The Congress return to Colorado supported by Megan Burtt and Patrick Dethlefs making this a night of must see music!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: The Congress – Bluebird – Friday, April 29

    The Congress is a Virginia-based four-piece, equal parts rock & roll, old-school soul, and outlaw country. Founded by Scott Lane and Jonathan Meadows, the band falls under the influence of the diverse music of their hometown of Richmond, where the spirit of soul music prevails with infusions of jazz, punk rock, and Appalachia. The Congress return to Colorado supported by Megan Burtt and Patrick Dethlefs making this a night of must see music!

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