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It’s almost like Spring skipped right over Denver. It certainly felt that way at the Interpol show at Red Rocks, where we had a combination of freezing rain and snow all night. The good news none of the four bands playing that night seemed particularly affected by it, except maybe Car Seat Headrest, who got…
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I first saw Taking Back Sunday live at Riot Fest Denver (that time when Riot Fest was in Denver for a few years) and I was blown away. I was excited they decided to do a tour to commemorate their 20th anniversary, and even more so when I heard The Maine was joining them. Apparently…
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I first discovered what a powerhouse performer Andy Frasco is during the Grandoozy festival. Imagine all that insanity and more when Andy Frasco & The U.N. played Denver again at the Bluebird Theater on Colorado’s favorite holiday, 420. (I am actually shocked I got any photos at all through the haze.) Andy’s new album, Change…
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It’s that time of year again! All the festivals are making their lineup announcements and one I get really excited about is UMS (Underground Music Showcase) here in Denver. UMS features hundreds of local Denver bands in dozens of venues over a long weekend. There are a few national headliners, but the real fun of…
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I was lucky enough to interview Josh Raven from The Faim last year and also photograph the band in December. Each time they return to Denver, it’s a bigger venue and a bigger crowd. Last month, The Faim played Gothic Theatre supporting Andy Black (who was amazing but I sadly could not stay). I am…
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I’m sad to say I discovered The Interrupters on their hit song “She’s Kerosene.” Sad, because this ska-punk-pop crew has been around since 2011 and have three full-length albums under their belt. I missed out on a lot! When the three Bivona brothers and lead singer Aimee (cool spelling) hit Denver’s Ogden Theatre last month,…
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It’s interesting when you discover a singer on Spotify and then you find out there is this huge history in their career, even when they are relatively young. Such is the case with Lennon Stella, whose album Love, Me has been on repeat. But as many of you probably already know, she is also a…
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As lucky as I am to shoot concerts, one of the hazards of attending shows several nights a week is getting way behind in editing photos. Below is a collection of local Denver bands that I have photographed over the past two months … They are all great live and you should check all of…
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Many people know that I drink light beer as a rule, and that Bud Light is my favorite. So when Bud Light announced that their Dive Bar Tour was coming to Denver, I was all over it. But wait … Judah & The Lion was going to play a small club? And it was a…
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After I attended Treefort Music Festival in 2017, I swore I would return. It was (and still is) one of the most well-organized music festivals I have ever attended – and hooray! – the music was phenomenal. But Treefort isn’t just about music. There are several different “Forts” for different tastes – the Ale, Comedy,…
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