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  • On this special episode of Noise Behind The Sound Eric and Gary welcome Don Strasburg of AEG Live to discuss the evolution of the Colorado music scene.  Don shares his thoughts on whats lead tot he vibrant music culture thriving in Colorado, gets excited about the upcoming Vertex Festival, what makes Phish at Dick's so special, and a whole lot more.

    Noise Behind The Sounds Talks Vertex, Phish Dicks, and a whole lot more with AEG Live’s Don Strasburg

    On this special episode of Noise Behind The Sound Eric and Gary welcome Don Strasburg of AEG Live to discuss the evolution of the Colorado music scene. Don shares his thoughts on whats lead tot he vibrant music culture thriving in Colorado, gets excited about the upcoming Vertex Festival, what makes Phish at Dick's so special, and a whole lot more.

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  • The Devil Makes Three’s sound is garage-y ragtime, punkified blues, old n’ new timey without settling upon a particular era. Joining them is Shakey Graves.  With his new record, 'And the War Came,' he extends the ground—emotionally and sonically—broken by his 2011 self-released debut album, Roll the Bones. Rounding out this amazing bill is The Wood Brothers so don't miss this show!

    PICK OF THE WEEK – The Devil Makes Three & Shakey Graves – Red Rocks – Friday, May 27th

    The Devil Makes Three’s sound is garage-y ragtime, punkified blues, old n’ new timey without settling upon a particular era. Joining them is Shakey Graves. With his new record, 'And the War Came,' he extends the ground—emotionally and sonically—broken by his 2011 self-released debut album, Roll the Bones. Rounding out this amazing bill is The Wood Brothers so don't miss this show!

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  • It’s always exciting to go to your first Red Rocks show of the season and although the sky looked a bit threatening, it didn’t stop throngs of the dad-rock faithful from flocking to the legendary venue.  While it was an older crowd, seeing as it was Joe Walsh and Bad Company, it was a party crowd. For the most part, the “One Hell of a Night” tour lived up to its name, even though at some points it seemed like the “One Half of a Night” tour.

    Joe Walsh & Bad Company – May 15 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    It’s always exciting to go to your first Red Rocks show of the season and although the sky looked a bit threatening, it didn’t stop throngs of the dad-rock faithful from flocking to the legendary venue. While it was an older crowd, seeing as it was Joe Walsh and Bad Company, it was a party crowd. For the most part, the “One Hell of a Night” tour lived up to its name, even though at some points it seemed like the “One Half of a Night” tour.

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  • In the past decade or so, old school R&B has seen a resurgence in popular culture that seems to have started in the U.K. but has bounced over the pond to America in that timeless game of musical ping pong the two countries play. But James Hunter has been playing R&B for 30 plus years and by his own admission even he was 20 years late to the game. Hunter, however, is pushing the boundaries of R&B by upending the genre’s normal tropes and motifs while still somehow operating within them.

    Building a Bigger Box: The Irreverent Wisdom of James Hunter

    In the past decade or so, old school R&B has seen a resurgence in popular culture that seems to have started in the U.K. but has bounced over the pond to America in that timeless game of musical ping pong the two countries play. But James Hunter has been playing R&B for 30 plus years and by his own admission even he was 20 years late to the game. Hunter, however, is pushing the boundaries of R&B by upending the genre’s normal tropes and motifs while still somehow operating within them.

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  • A brisk night greeted Thievery Corporation as they brought their worldly sounds to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for their sixth headlining performance at the venue. Thievery Corporation is celebrating 20 years as a band and they have built a phenomenal fan base across Colorado with consistently stellar concerts.  There was no shortage of early enthusiasm this year as the desperate search for tickets for the sold-out night was ongoing in the parking lot before the show.

    Thievery Corporation – May 13th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    A brisk night greeted Thievery Corporation as they brought their worldly sounds to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for their sixth headlining performance at the venue. Thievery Corporation is celebrating 20 years as a band and they have built a phenomenal fan base across Colorado with consistently stellar concerts. There was no shortage of early enthusiasm this year as the desperate search for tickets for the sold-out night was ongoing in the parking lot before the show.

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