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It’s been 25 years since Built to Spill released their first album in 1993, and they’re back this year with their eighth studio release, Untethered Moon, and a new tour. They remain one of the most influential indie rock bands of the recent past and more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

When my son and I took a wrong turn, via train, into North Philadelphia last summer, we had no idea that the culture shock of a sketchy neighborhood had anything to do with the Philly sound. “I used to go to Temple University and that’s where I... more

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When my son and I took a wrong turn, via train, into North Philadelphia last summer, we had no idea that the culture shock of a sketchy neighborhood had anything to do with the Philly sound. “I used to go to Temple University and that’s where I... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Ty Segall is back in town again after just being here last fall. What is he promoting this time? Well, as I have mentioned previously, Segall releases albums as often as some people change their wardrobe. Or, more aptly, as frequently as... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment

Founded in 1995 by Igor Yuzov and Oleg Bernov, two Russians living in L.A., Igor & the Red Elvises are a Russo-American band that bangs away performing funk, surf rock, rockabilly, reggae, folk rock, disco and traditional Russian styles of music. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Steel Panther first burst on the scene during the early aughts under the name Metal Shop, then Metal Skool, before morphing into their current moniker. They gained popularity on the Sunset Strip and became famous for their comedy glam metal... more

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Her name is k.d. lang. There—I have stylized it in violation of Associated Press, my natural inclination and every tendency to capitalize a proper name. “I never got too bent out of shape if people didn’t do it,” the Canadian singer-songwriter... more

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This March 3 through 31 celebrate women in the arts during the sixth annual Athena Project Arts Festival. Experience a Weekend of Music at Swallow Hill, World Dance, Girls Create Celebration, Plays In Progress Series, panel discussions and workshops. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Hailing from Salida, Pint & A Half is an Americana/roots duo made up of husband and wife Duke and Tami Sheppard, whose debut, Blue Sky Earth, was recorded in a makeshift home studio and self-released in 2015. They signed with Howlin’ Dog Records... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Jessica Lea Mayfield’s name may be new to you but she has quite a musical pedigree. Starting at the age of eight, she performed with her family bluegrass band, One Way Rider, touring on a bus that once belonged to Bill Monroe, Kitty Wells and... more

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There are good reasons why Mac Sabbath sends its manager—aptly named Mike Odd—to do the group’s press interviews. For one thing, the world’s only fast-food-obsessed, “drive-through metal” band has at least a quarter-pound of mystique to keep warm. more

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I would like to tell you that the David Bromberg Quintet will be performing at the L2 Church, 1477 Columbine St., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, in a show produced by Swallow Hill. I would even like to promise it. Bromberg, a multi-instrumentalist and musician more

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The New York Times called her “a truly gifted performer full of enchanting songs” and her blend of country, folk and pop styles first put her on this writer’s radar back in the late '90s. Whether she’s covering seminal tunes by June Carter Cash... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Following the mayhem of the holidays, students are returning to the classrooms to begin the second half of the school year. 2017 was a year of challenges and growth for Denver Public Schools (DPS). The rescinding of Deferred Action for Childhood... more

Cap Hill Education News

Hometown favorites Tennis are returning to Denver in support of their new album Yours Conditionally, their fourth full-length album that was composed on both “land and at sea” during a five month sailing trip through the Sea of Cortez... more

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For Brian Eichenberger, directing and conducting the Columbine Chorale is a labor of love and family legacy. After co-directing for years, he inherited the position from his father Richard, who taught music at South High School for decades. more

People of South Denver

With the changing of the seasons comes the changing of our routines. Colder weather and shorter days are an opportunity to slow down and enjoy the things most precious to us—friends, family and the unique features of our Front Range home. more

South Denver Lifestyle

Like many rappers, Lupe Fiasco owes a portion of his success to Jay-Z and Kanye West who both shepherded him early on in his career, but most of it comes from his own talent which has resulted in 11 Grammy nominations and one win... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Colorado’s own Paper Bird plays an 18+ show that celebrates their new self-titled album which was released in September. This new release introduces vocalist Carleigh Aikens to the lineup, whose previous credits included stints with bands Bahamas... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment

LeAnn Rimes had a realization a few years ago. “I’m going to make mistakes, and the great thing is I can write about them,” she said. Her 2013 CD Spitfire, for which Rimes co-wrote eight of the 13 tracks, was her first album of a highly personal... more

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