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  • Second Story Garage: Fierce Bad Rabbit

    Second Story Garage: Fierce Bad Rabbit

    Fierce Bad Rabbit perform “Do You Want Me Now?” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. The 1906 Beatrix Potter book “The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit” is about a rabbit who, well, is fierce and bad. He steals a carrot and gets his tail shot off. It’s a strange little story, but it provided a Fort Collins indie folk-rock group with one of the best band names around. And the name’s not wasted. Fierce Bad Rabbit is among […]

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  • Fierce Bad Rabbit perform ‘Crystal Ball’

    Fierce Bad Rabbit perform ‘Crystal Ball’

    Fierce Bad Rabbit perform “Crystal Ball” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. The 1906 Beatrix Potter book “The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit” is about a rabbit who, well, is fierce and bad. He steals a carrot and gets his tail shot off. It’s a strange little story, but it provided a Fort Collins indie folk-rock group with one of the best band names around. And the name’s not wasted. Fierce Bad Rabbit is among the pool of […]

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  • Fierce Bad Rabbit perform ‘Living Asleep’

    Fierce Bad Rabbit perform ‘Living Asleep’

    Fierce Bad Rabbit perform “Living Asleep” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. The 1906 Beatrix Potter book “The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit” is about a rabbit who, well, is fierce and bad. He steals a carrot and gets his tail shot off. It’s a strange little story, but it provided a Fort Collins indie folk-rock group with one of the best band names around. And the name’s not wasted. Fierce Bad Rabbit is among the pool of […]

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  • Folks Festival at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons kicks off its 24th year in style

    Folks Festival at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons kicks off its 24th year in style

    The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival is back. “We finally got the (main) stage tied into the town electricity at 6:30 last night,” Planet Bluegrass spokesman Brian Eyster said Friday. “So, we turned the generator off and hopefully, that’ll be the last time a generator runs the Planet Bluegrass stage for a long time.” That generator is what powered RockyGrass three weeks ago, Planet Bluegrass’s first festival since being nailed by the St. Vrain River in last September’s flood. Literally, a […]

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  • Remembering Boulder’s fab time with The Beatles

    Remembering Boulder’s fab time with The Beatles

    By Carol Taylor For the Daily Camera In the summer of 1964, The Beatles performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison. It was the sixth stop on the band’s first American tour. They stepped off the chartered airplane at Stapleton Airport to a mob of 5,000 screaming teenagers, the Denver Police later estimated. Thousands more hysterical fans greeted the foursome at The Brown Palace Hotel in downtown Denver. Kathryn Keller, a Boulder resident and member of the Colorado Music Hall […]

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  • Willie Nelson’s daughter headlines Longmont’s Festival on Main

    Willie Nelson’s daughter headlines Longmont’s Festival on Main

    By Quentin Young Paula Nelson grew up in a musical household. It wasn’t just any household, though. Famous performers such as her father, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings, whom she knew as Uncle Waylon, occupied it. Paula Nelson became a touring musician herself, and she recently returned to her artistic beginnings in “Under The Influence,” an album, released at the beginning of the year, that features Nelson covering the artists who influenced her. “I grew up with so many great […]

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