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  • The cusp of summer in Colorado is a beautiful time of year, full of warm days, cool nights, and dreamy mountain adventures - perfect for an evening on The Rocks with Elephant Revival.  They hail from that little town a 30-minute drive up the canyon from Boulder, the mysterious town of Nederland (referred to by locals as “Ned”).  It doesn’t have much cell phone service, and isn’t a typical stop on a tourist’s map. Perhaps that’s why this town has shaped such unique artists as the ones who make up this wonderful band.

    Elephant Revival – May 21st – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    The cusp of summer in Colorado is a beautiful time of year, full of warm days, cool nights, and dreamy mountain adventures - perfect for an evening on The Rocks with Elephant Revival. They hail from that little town a 30-minute drive up the canyon from Boulder, the mysterious town of Nederland (referred to by locals as “Ned”). It doesn’t have much cell phone service, and isn’t a typical stop on a tourist’s map. Perhaps that’s why this town has shaped such unique artists as the ones who make up this wonderful band.

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  • Over the course of the night last Tuesday, Les Claypool showcased why he is one of the most innovative and creative bass players in the world.  After a 75 minute from the weird and wonderful Claypool Lennon Delirium, Primus delivered a varied setlist that showcased crowd pleasers like "My Name Is Mud," "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver," and "Jerry Was a Racecar Driver" alongside some deeper cuts and even the live debut of a brand new song called "Seven."  The crowd got a little bit of everything, and it was glorious.

    Primus – May 16th – Red Rocks Amphitheater

    Over the course of the night last Tuesday, Les Claypool showcased why he is one of the most innovative and creative bass players in the world. After a 75 minute from the weird and wonderful Claypool Lennon Delirium, Primus delivered a varied setlist that showcased crowd pleasers like "My Name Is Mud," "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver," and "Jerry Was a Racecar Driver" alongside some deeper cuts and even the live debut of a brand new song called "Seven." The crowd got a little bit of everything, and it was glorious.

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  • "Hello! We are Primus and we suck" was the start to one hell of a night at the Fox Theatre.  The band is currently touring with the original lineup and playing with the balls of their younger years.  The setlist was 90% old school, yet they played very few of the tunes fair-weather fans might expect like "Jerry was a Race Car Driver."  Instead they played some fan favorite, deep cuts, like "Frizzle Fry," "Pudding Time," "Here Come the Bastards," "Groundhog's Day," "American Life," "Spaghetti Western" and even "Bob."

    Primus – May 15th – Fox Theatre

    "Hello! We are Primus and we suck" was the start to one hell of a night at the Fox Theatre. The band is currently touring with the original lineup and playing with the balls of their younger years. The setlist was 90% old school, yet they played very few of the tunes fair-weather fans might expect like "Jerry was a Race Car Driver." Instead they played some fan favorite, deep cuts, like "Frizzle Fry," "Pudding Time," "Here Come the Bastards," "Groundhog's Day," "American Life," "Spaghetti Western" and even "Bob."

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  • Stalwarts of the scene, Lettuce, showed up at Red Rocks last Friday to deliver their 3rd annual "Rage Rocks" to a rabid crowd.  Ten men strong, the stage was full all night and got damn near crowded as the band invited some big name guests to the stage.  Note worthy support was provided by Turkuaz, who brought everyone to their feet as soon as they took the stage.  From the get-go the vibe in the venue had a fever like it must have when James Brown graced a stage; people just couldn't help but get down!

    Lettuce – May 14th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Stalwarts of the scene, Lettuce, showed up at Red Rocks last Friday to deliver their 3rd annual "Rage Rocks" to a rabid crowd. Ten men strong, the stage was full all night and got damn near crowded as the band invited some big name guests to the stage. Note worthy support was provided by Turkuaz, who brought everyone to their feet as soon as they took the stage. From the get-go the vibe in the venue had a fever like it must have when James Brown graced a stage; people just couldn't help but get down!

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  • Up and coming Denver band Wild Lives took the Lion's Lair stage on Friday night just days after their front-man, Hans Meyer, was featured on the cover of The Westword for his outstanding work with Denver's immigrant population.  Though he, and the rest of the band, are consummate professionals during the week, what they put on display on Saturday night would make any Punk rocker from the CBGB's scene of the late 70's or early 80's proud.

    Wild Lives – April 22nd – Lion’s Lair

    Up and coming Denver band Wild Lives took the Lion's Lair stage on Friday night just days after their front-man, Hans Meyer, was featured on the cover of The Westword for his outstanding work with Denver's immigrant population. Though he, and the rest of the band, are consummate professionals during the week, what they put on display on Saturday night would make any Punk rocker from the CBGB's scene of the late 70's or early 80's proud.

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