Wilco Archive

  • Sam Beam, better known by the moniker Iron & Wine, returned to Colorado Friday night, in support of his latest album Love Letter for Fire, a collection of duets with singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop. Flannel clad Gen X’ers filled rows of chairs well before the start of the show in anticipation of the intimate evening. The stage was barricaded with a large collection of table lamps of various shapes and styles, creating a house show vibe in the thousand person venue.

    Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop – June 7th – Boulder Theater

    Sam Beam, better known by the moniker Iron & Wine, returned to Colorado Friday night, in support of his latest album Love Letter for Fire, a collection of duets with singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop. Flannel clad Gen X’ers filled rows of chairs well before the start of the show in anticipation of the intimate evening. The stage was barricaded with a large collection of table lamps of various shapes and styles, creating a house show vibe in the thousand person venue.

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  • One of Denver's hottest new bands is set to debut their live sound on May 12th at the Lost Lake Lounge.  After 10 months of recording in secret, this "super-group" made up of some of the Front-Range's most beloved young musicians are ready to make it official with the release of their debut album, 'Weather Patterns.'  Featuring members of Jet Edison, Springdale Quartet, and The Whales, Other Worlds is going to blow you away.

    For One of Denver’s Hottest New Groups, “Band” was a Four Letter Word and Secrecy was The Party Line . . . Until Now

    One of Denver's hottest new bands is set to debut their live sound on May 12th at the Lost Lake Lounge. After 10 months of recording in secret, this "super-group" made up of some of the Front-Range's most beloved young musicians are ready to make it official with the release of their debut album, 'Weather Patterns.' Featuring members of Jet Edison, Springdale Quartet, and The Whales, Other Worlds is going to blow you away.

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  • Ridiculously talented with a relentless passion for music, Augustus is a band worth knowing about. Mixing sounds of Bluegrass, Folk, Blues and Jazz, this trio will leave you realizing that while you may think you know what each of these genres entails, you’ve never heard anything quite like what they have to offer. You’re going to like it! Augustus will perform from 1:00 until 1:45 at Park House this Saturday, August 1st.

    Firefly Autism “Road To Blues & Brews” Artist Interview: Augustus

    Ridiculously talented with a relentless passion for music, Augustus is a band worth knowing about. Mixing sounds of Bluegrass, Folk, Blues and Jazz, this trio will leave you realizing that while you may think you know what each of these genres entails, you’ve never heard anything quite like what they have to offer. You’re going to like it! Augustus will perform from 1:00 until 1:45 at Park House this Saturday, August 1st.

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  • Though the forecasts leading into the night were for thunderstorms and rain for much of the evening, aside from a brief shower early in the night, nothing of significance ever materialized.  Instead what the nearly sold-out crowd got was a night of damn near perfect weather as the clouds parted and allowed Jeff Tweedy and Wilco to strut their stuff in front of legions of Denver's music connoisseurs as they proved that, even after twenty years in the business, they are still absolutely at the top of their game.

    Wilco – July 14th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    Though the forecasts leading into the night were for thunderstorms and rain for much of the evening, aside from a brief shower early in the night, nothing of significance ever materialized. Instead what the nearly sold-out crowd got was a night of damn near perfect weather as the clouds parted and allowed Jeff Tweedy and Wilco to strut their stuff in front of legions of Denver's music connoisseurs as they proved that, even after twenty years in the business, they are still absolutely at the top of their game.

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  • 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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  • WILCO Tuesday, July 14th Red Rocks Amphitheatre On-Sale: Friday, February 6th @ 10am Tickets: $45.50-$65.50 Purchase Here The acclaimed Chicago sextet has just released two […]

    Wilco To Play Red Rocks This Summer

    WILCO Tuesday, July 14th Red Rocks Amphitheatre On-Sale: Friday, February 6th @ 10am Tickets: $45.50-$65.50 Purchase Here The acclaimed Chicago sextet has just released two […]

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  • Strange Americans formed in 2010 and began writing music deeply rooted in Americana, while remaining true to an innovative spirit. With classic guitars, an energetic rhythm section, three–part vocal harmony and tasteful Folk colorings these local favorites are sure to please Rock & Roll lovers of all kinds. Don’t miss your chance to catch these guys at an intimate theater because they won’t be playing them for long!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Strange Americans – Bluebird Theater – Saturday, September 20th

    Strange Americans formed in 2010 and began writing music deeply rooted in Americana, while remaining true to an innovative spirit. With classic guitars, an energetic rhythm section, three–part vocal harmony and tasteful Folk colorings these local favorites are sure to please Rock & Roll lovers of all kinds. Don’t miss your chance to catch these guys at an intimate theater because they won’t be playing them for long!

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  • Over the last ten years Assembly of Dust has crafted a unique sound that recalls the likes of The Band, Traffic and Neil Young. They have taken that early 70's Americana swagger, put their own funky spin on it. Hooky melodies, poetic lyrics, and a profound depth of musicianship prompted USA Today to say Assembly of Dust has what it takes to “dazzle the Alt-Country universe.”

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Assembly of Dust – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom – Friday & Saturday January 17th & 18th

    Over the last ten years Assembly of Dust has crafted a unique sound that recalls the likes of The Band, Traffic and Neil Young. They have taken that early 70's Americana swagger, put their own funky spin on it. Hooky melodies, poetic lyrics, and a profound depth of musicianship prompted USA Today to say Assembly of Dust has what it takes to “dazzle the Alt-Country universe.”

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  • Breath rose from shivering bones lined out the front doors of the historic Paramount Theatre last Thursday night.  Fans emerged from beneath hats, scarves, and heavy coats as they entered from the zero degree tundra of 16th Street. Thursday night stripped away the guitar magic of Nels Cline and percussive poetry of Glenn Kotche and presented a grand opportunity to hear the songs of one of folk music’s most evolving musicians in the way they were written - just a man and his guitar.

    Jeff Tweedy – December 5th – Paramount Theatre

    Breath rose from shivering bones lined out the front doors of the historic Paramount Theatre last Thursday night. Fans emerged from beneath hats, scarves, and heavy coats as they entered from the zero degree tundra of 16th Street. Thursday night stripped away the guitar magic of Nels Cline and percussive poetry of Glenn Kotche and presented a grand opportunity to hear the songs of one of folk music’s most evolving musicians in the way they were written - just a man and his guitar.

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  • In case you aren’t already aware, SoulFax Sessions are a weekly FREE music night at Park House on Thursdays and on May 30th, we featured members of The Whales, Rose Hill Drive, and The Congress. Everybody in Denver knows the weekend starts on Thursday, and Listen Up Denver! and Park House are providing Denver the perfect excuse to sweat, sin, shimmy and shake their way into the weekend! Don’t miss a SoulFax Session!

    SoulFax Session Video – “California Stars”

    In case you aren’t already aware, SoulFax Sessions are a weekly FREE music night at Park House on Thursdays and on May 30th, we featured members of The Whales, Rose Hill Drive, and The Congress. Everybody in Denver knows the weekend starts on Thursday, and Listen Up Denver! and Park House are providing Denver the perfect excuse to sweat, sin, shimmy and shake their way into the weekend! Don’t miss a SoulFax Session!

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