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  • Despite a long wait before Ms. Lauryn Hill took the stage last Sunday night at the Ogden Theatre, the evening turned out to be an extremely creative night of music.  The Mrs. Lauryn Hill experience came through town and was looking to get down, and that's sure as heck what they did.  Hill's energy was at an extreme high, swag and attitude were on point, and her vocals could not have been more strikingly profound, impressively articulate, and unfathomably beautiful.

    Ms. Lauryn Hill – July 13th – Ogden Theatre

    Despite a long wait before Ms. Lauryn Hill took the stage last Sunday night at the Ogden Theatre, the evening turned out to be an extremely creative night of music. The Mrs. Lauryn Hill experience came through town and was looking to get down, and that's sure as heck what they did. Hill's energy was at an extreme high, swag and attitude were on point, and her vocals could not have been more strikingly profound, impressively articulate, and unfathomably beautiful.

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  • Sometimes a band’s name seems to mean nothing about the band, and sometimes it clearly means everything. Well, for Gipsy Moon, it’s all in the name. Hailing from the majestic, mountain town of Nederland, this young band captures the soul of their surroundings in the music they create. We had the pleasure of chatting with Gipsy Moon’s David Matters (banjo, guitar, vocals), who gave us some insight on the name and the spirit of this band who is "On the Road to ARISE."

    The Road To ARISE: A Conversation With Gipsy Moon

    Sometimes a band’s name seems to mean nothing about the band, and sometimes it clearly means everything. Well, for Gipsy Moon, it’s all in the name. Hailing from the majestic, mountain town of Nederland, this young band captures the soul of their surroundings in the music they create. We had the pleasure of chatting with Gipsy Moon’s David Matters (banjo, guitar, vocals), who gave us some insight on the name and the spirit of this band who is "On the Road to ARISE."

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  • Ratdog is an ever evolving beast that has just been resurrected from a long hibernation to set out on the first national tour in years, a tour that landed at Ogden Theatre for a intimate night with the band.  The lineup changes have altered the musical face of the band a lot, employing the fabled guitar skills of Steve Kimock on lead playing Jerry licks, and a reunion of original founder and bass player, Rob Wasserman, on stand-up while keeping Robyn Sylvester on electric bass too for the most thunderous Ratdog to date.

    Ratdog – July 12th – Ogden Theatre

    Ratdog is an ever evolving beast that has just been resurrected from a long hibernation to set out on the first national tour in years, a tour that landed at Ogden Theatre for a intimate night with the band. The lineup changes have altered the musical face of the band a lot, employing the fabled guitar skills of Steve Kimock on lead playing Jerry licks, and a reunion of original founder and bass player, Rob Wasserman, on stand-up while keeping Robyn Sylvester on electric bass too for the most thunderous Ratdog to date.

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  • If you love Rocky Mountain Bluegrass as much as we do, you've surely happened upon the skilled sounds of Trout Steak Revival. The quintet is making waves in our little pond with their elaborate harmonies, which are backed by strong instrumentation and impressive song writing abilities. While the group hails out of Denver, their music was inspired by what lies just beyond our city in the "misty high country" where they say the music was born. They started as an informal Bluegrass Jam group and have made huge leaps in years since.

    20 Questions with Trout Steak Revival

    If you love Rocky Mountain Bluegrass as much as we do, you've surely happened upon the skilled sounds of Trout Steak Revival. The quintet is making waves in our little pond with their elaborate harmonies, which are backed by strong instrumentation and impressive song writing abilities. While the group hails out of Denver, their music was inspired by what lies just beyond our city in the "misty high country" where they say the music was born. They started as an informal Bluegrass Jam group and have made huge leaps in years since.

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  • Rain didn’t damper spirits on Friday evening as The Avett Brothers kicked off a three-night run under the stars at Red Rocks Amphitheater. For Friday’s show, the Avett boys wrangled Bob Weir and Ratdog off their summer tour for an opening slot at the iconic venue. The Avett Brothers have the rare ability in the music world to make you feel their emotions through song and dance.  The maturity and mellow nature of the crowd doesn’t hurt either.

    The Avett Brothers – July 11th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Rain didn’t damper spirits on Friday evening as The Avett Brothers kicked off a three-night run under the stars at Red Rocks Amphitheater. For Friday’s show, the Avett boys wrangled Bob Weir and Ratdog off their summer tour for an opening slot at the iconic venue. The Avett Brothers have the rare ability in the music world to make you feel their emotions through song and dance. The maturity and mellow nature of the crowd doesn’t hurt either.

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