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  • Having ramped up the second half of their Fall tour in Des Moines early last week, Greensky Bluegrass rolled in to Denver on Friday for the first of two highly anticipated, and sold-out, shows.  Despite the sold-out sign that hung on the box office window, The Ogden was nearly deserted before opener You, Me & Apollo took the stage.  As the Denver bands set moved on, the room steadily filled and the buzz of excited fans grew in intensity until there was electricity crackling in the air just seconds before Greensky Bluegrass took the stage.

    Greensky Bluegrass – October 24th – Ogden Theatre

    Having ramped up the second half of their Fall tour in Des Moines early last week, Greensky Bluegrass rolled in to Denver on Friday for the first of two highly anticipated, and sold-out, shows. Despite the sold-out sign that hung on the box office window, The Ogden was nearly deserted before opener You, Me & Apollo took the stage. As the Denver bands set moved on, the room steadily filled and the buzz of excited fans grew in intensity until there was electricity crackling in the air just seconds before Greensky Bluegrass took the stage.

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  • The Ogden Theatre hosted a slice of the unconventional last week and it's a shame if you missed it.  The eccentric gathering of persons, with their platform shoes, glamour make-up and street style fashion were on a mission to witness the appearance and performance of the abstract musicians known as Little Dragon.  Their spirited performance of unique Neo-Soul, heady Trip-Hop was an audio and visual treat for fans of the obscure and avant-garde band.

    Little Dragon – October 21st – Ogden Theatre

    The Ogden Theatre hosted a slice of the unconventional last week and it's a shame if you missed it. The eccentric gathering of persons, with their platform shoes, glamour make-up and street style fashion were on a mission to witness the appearance and performance of the abstract musicians known as Little Dragon. Their spirited performance of unique Neo-Soul, heady Trip-Hop was an audio and visual treat for fans of the obscure and avant-garde band.

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  • A raging juggernaut of gritty testosterone fueled southern jam rock, Widespread Panic has clawed their way up through the small dive bars and clubs of the Southeast to become one of the most successful touring bands in the country, routinely filling arenas and amphitheaters with throngs of rabid fans. This year they are showing their love for Colorado yet again with a three night stand that includes the venerable Jamband holiday - Halloween!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Widespread Panic – 1stBank Center – Fri, Sat, & Sun October 31st, November 1st & 2nd

    A raging juggernaut of gritty testosterone fueled southern jam rock, Widespread Panic has clawed their way up through the small dive bars and clubs of the Southeast to become one of the most successful touring bands in the country, routinely filling arenas and amphitheaters with throngs of rabid fans. This year they are showing their love for Colorado yet again with a three night stand that includes the venerable Jamband holiday - Halloween!

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  • The Motet’s annual Halloween run has become a Colorado institution, but this year finds the band with a new album out that has been their most collaborative to date. In the past the Motet has paid tribute to such luminaries as Earth, Wind, and Fire, Talking Heads, The Grateful Dead, and Madonna.  But last year the band changed up the format will deliver a set of classics from 1975 - a particularly heady year for the genre they do best.

    The Motet’s Halloween Run Arrives On The Heels Of A Highly Collaborative New Album

    The Motet’s annual Halloween run has become a Colorado institution, but this year finds the band with a new album out that has been their most collaborative to date. In the past the Motet has paid tribute to such luminaries as Earth, Wind, and Fire, Talking Heads, The Grateful Dead, and Madonna. But last year the band changed up the format will deliver a set of classics from 1975 - a particularly heady year for the genre they do best.

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  • A line of flannel clad college-aged kids stretched down the sidewalk in front of the Bluebird last Sunday night for Indie-Folk artist Noah Gundersen. The line didn’t end up being indicative of a sold-out show though, and there was room to traverse the venue without spilling your drink. The young audience was respectful and some of the most affecting moments of the night were supported by the dead silence in the room as Noah Gundersen expertly tapped into the emotions of every person in the room.

    Noah Gundersen – October 19th – Bluebird Theater

    A line of flannel clad college-aged kids stretched down the sidewalk in front of the Bluebird last Sunday night for Indie-Folk artist Noah Gundersen. The line didn’t end up being indicative of a sold-out show though, and there was room to traverse the venue without spilling your drink. The young audience was respectful and some of the most affecting moments of the night were supported by the dead silence in the room as Noah Gundersen expertly tapped into the emotions of every person in the room.

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