PICK OF THE WEEK: The Four Horsemen (Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely, John Hiatt & Guy Clark) – Friday, February 9th – Paramount Theatre, Denver, CO

Why You Should Go: This is an amazing opportunity to see four living legend songwriters share the same stage as if they were inviting you into their living room. The format of this show is a songwriters circle where each performer will take his turn playing one song for the group before passing the baton on to the person sitting next to him. They may play some of their best known and loved tunes or they might break out a couple of brand new ones. You never know and it changes each night depending on their mood.

Even if you just go to see one of these fellas, you have my word that you will be wowed by everyone on the stage and I’d be surprised if you didn’t pick up a new album or two due to the experience. The old world beauty of the Paramount will suit this evening perfectly as performers and audience alike will soak up the ambiance as it does it’s part to make the music sound that much better.

As I mention below the show is currently sold-out but it wouldn’t hurt to give Ticketmaster a shot or two (link below) as the show gets closer as they often release tickets as the show approaches. Also try your hand outside the venue on the night of the show, you never who might back out and give you the opportunity to enjoy this amazing musical occasion.

Venue: Paramount Theatre: 1631 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80202 – (303) 623-0106

7:00 PM

*Approximate Set Times:
The Four Horsemen – 8:00 PM

$59.75 & $69.75
(Sold Out As of Monday 10am, but give it a shot as Ticketmaster often releases tix closer to event time.)

*All times and prices are gathered from other sources and I am not responsible for mistakes or inconsistencies. They are intended only as guidelines. Please, always call the venue if you desire the most accurate information possible.


Who Is Timothy Dwenger

Music has always been a part of my life. It probably all started listening to old Grateful Dead, Peter Paul & Mary, and Simon & Garfunkel records that my parents had, but it wasn't long before they were taking me to concerts like Starship, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Huey Lewis & The News. I got the bug to write about music after reviewing an Eric Clapton concert for a creative writing project in high school but didn't really take it up seriously until 2002. Since then I have published countless articles in The Marquee Magazine and done some work for Jambase.com, SPIN Magazine, and various other outlets. I started Listen Up Denver! as a way to share the music information that is constantly spilling out of my head with people who care. Please enjoy!