Neil Young Archive

  • A light rain trickled down from a sagging, slate colored grey sky.  A mostly older crowd—with some youngsters peppered in—ambled up the storied steps of Red Rocks.  In between the rocks a colorful crowd was gathering, decked out multi-colored ponchos and rain jackets.  While the air was a bit chilly for early July, the air smelled like sweet rain and Colorado’s finest as Neil Young delivered a monster set chock full of classics like "Old Man," "Walk On," "Cowgirl In The Sand," "Unknown Legend," and many many more.

    Neil Young – July 8th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    A light rain trickled down from a sagging, slate colored grey sky. A mostly older crowd—with some youngsters peppered in—ambled up the storied steps of Red Rocks. In between the rocks a colorful crowd was gathering, decked out multi-colored ponchos and rain jackets. While the air was a bit chilly for early July, the air smelled like sweet rain and Colorado’s finest as Neil Young delivered a monster set chock full of classics like "Old Man," "Walk On," "Cowgirl In The Sand," "Unknown Legend," and many many more.

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  • On Friday, Red Rocks was a familiar scene of roving vendors and tailgate parties as the anticipation in the crowd built for Widespread Panic to kick off their annual three night run on our hallowed home court.  The evening started with John Bell (JB) saying a few words about the Special Olympics before the four Colorado athletes competing this summer in Los Angeles were introduced on stage as torchbearers displayed the flame which was making it's way through Colorado enroute to Los Angeles where the games will open on July 25th.

    Widespread Panic – June 26th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    On Friday, Red Rocks was a familiar scene of roving vendors and tailgate parties as the anticipation in the crowd built for Widespread Panic to kick off their annual three night run on our hallowed home court. The evening started with John Bell (JB) saying a few words about the Special Olympics before the four Colorado athletes competing this summer in Los Angeles were introduced on stage as torchbearers displayed the flame which was making it's way through Colorado enroute to Los Angeles where the games will open on July 25th.

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  • NEIL YOUNG AND PROMISE OF THE REAL Wednesday & Thursday, July 8th & 9th Red Rocks Amphitheater Tickets: $54.50-$164.50 Purchase Here On the heels of […]

    Neil Young And Promise Of The Real Announce Unique Concert Experience For 2 Night Red Rocks Stand

    NEIL YOUNG AND PROMISE OF THE REAL Wednesday & Thursday, July 8th & 9th Red Rocks Amphitheater Tickets: $54.50-$164.50 Purchase Here On the heels of […]

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  • Singer-songwriter John Moreland started writing songs when he was 10 years old, the same year his family moved from Kentucky, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he still lives today. He turns 30 this year, but he’s been slinging songs for more than half his life. On Thursday, Moreland will grace the stage of The Hi-Dive and offer up the gorgeously plaintive songs that have earned him devoted listeners across the country.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: John Moreland – Hi Dive – Thursday, May 7th

    Singer-songwriter John Moreland started writing songs when he was 10 years old, the same year his family moved from Kentucky, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he still lives today. He turns 30 this year, but he’s been slinging songs for more than half his life. On Thursday, Moreland will grace the stage of The Hi-Dive and offer up the gorgeously plaintive songs that have earned him devoted listeners across the country.

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  • RICHIE FURAY Friday, June 19th Daniels Hall Tickets: $40 Adv. $42 DoS Purchase Here Legendary singer-songwriter and author Richie Furay is a Rock and Roll […]

    Richie Furay Of Buffalo Springfield To Play Swallow Hill

    RICHIE FURAY Friday, June 19th Daniels Hall Tickets: $40 Adv. $42 DoS Purchase Here Legendary singer-songwriter and author Richie Furay is a Rock and Roll […]

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  • NEIL YOUNG AND PROMISE OF THE REAL Wednesday & Thursday, July 8th & 9th Red Rocks Amphitheater Tickets: $54.50-$164.50 Tickets On Sale Friday, April 24th […]

    Neil Young And Promise Of The Real Announce New Album, Two Nights At Red Rocks

    NEIL YOUNG AND PROMISE OF THE REAL Wednesday & Thursday, July 8th & 9th Red Rocks Amphitheater Tickets: $54.50-$164.50 Tickets On Sale Friday, April 24th […]

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  • All the way back in 2005, Denver’s own Polytoxic started this tradition at the former Dulcinea’s 100th Monkey (now the 1UP-Colfax) just a half-block from the doors of The Fillmore.  The boys brought up local musicians to help recreate The Band's 1976 concert, The Last Waltz.  It was the first such tribute for Denver and with so much success, Polytoxic started the Thanksgiving eve Tradition.  Now, ten years later, after residencies at Cervantes' and The Ogden, things have come almost full circle.

    The Last Waltz Revisited – November 26th – Fillmore Auditorium

    All the way back in 2005, Denver’s own Polytoxic started this tradition at the former Dulcinea’s 100th Monkey (now the 1UP-Colfax) just a half-block from the doors of The Fillmore. The boys brought up local musicians to help recreate The Band's 1976 concert, The Last Waltz. It was the first such tribute for Denver and with so much success, Polytoxic started the Thanksgiving eve Tradition. Now, ten years later, after residencies at Cervantes' and The Ogden, things have come almost full circle.

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  • Halloween and the Jamband world are a perfect marriage and Friday night at the 1stBank Center proved that yet again.  With Widespread Panic bringing their famed Halloween spectacle to Colorado for the first time in their storied history, the freaks were out in force and it was a beautiful sight!  Costumes of all shapes and sizes milled around outside while inside the air was electric with anticipation for a show that featured several debut covers and bust-outs galore over the course of more than three hours of inspired playing.

    Widespread Panic – October 31st – 1stBank Center

    Halloween and the Jamband world are a perfect marriage and Friday night at the 1stBank Center proved that yet again. With Widespread Panic bringing their famed Halloween spectacle to Colorado for the first time in their storied history, the freaks were out in force and it was a beautiful sight! Costumes of all shapes and sizes milled around outside while inside the air was electric with anticipation for a show that featured several debut covers and bust-outs galore over the course of more than three hours of inspired playing.

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  • Adam Granduciel (aka The War On Drugs) took the stage on Friday night before a packed house at The Ogden Theatre and dazzled the crowd with a set that included nearly every song on his stand-out recent release 'Lost In The Dream.'  Not only did they recreate the layers and atmospheric sounds that are so pervasive on the record, but they pushed the songs to the limit with extended jams and Granduciel’s guitar solos.

    The War On Drugs – October 10th – Ogden Theatre

    Adam Granduciel (aka The War On Drugs) took the stage on Friday night before a packed house at The Ogden Theatre and dazzled the crowd with a set that included nearly every song on his stand-out recent release 'Lost In The Dream.' Not only did they recreate the layers and atmospheric sounds that are so pervasive on the record, but they pushed the songs to the limit with extended jams and Granduciel’s guitar solos.

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  • The best music is made collaboratively. Though new talent pops up regularly, it seems like bands that make the quickest movement to the spotlight are the Frankenstein bands--we all know them. Some are more regular than others. Certainly, every once in a while a musician happens upon another musician, and together they make something that is a graduated version of what they each made alone. When four experienced, talented and well-seasoned musicians come together in this way, you end up with a band like Ignatius Reilly.

    20 Questions with Ignatius Reilly

    The best music is made collaboratively. Though new talent pops up regularly, it seems like bands that make the quickest movement to the spotlight are the Frankenstein bands--we all know them. Some are more regular than others. Certainly, every once in a while a musician happens upon another musician, and together they make something that is a graduated version of what they each made alone. When four experienced, talented and well-seasoned musicians come together in this way, you end up with a band like Ignatius Reilly.

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