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  • Long, strange trip: Grateful Dead drummer eager to visit pot-legal Colorado

    Long, strange trip: Grateful Dead drummer eager to visit pot-legal Colorado

    By Quentin Young Bill Kreutzmann is planning his first trip to Colorado since the state legalized recreational pot. A self-described marijuana activist, the Grateful Dead drummer takes this kind of legal development seriously. “When we were in Haight-Ashbury, we thought (pot) would be legal by 1972,” Kreutzmann said, referring to the San Francisco neighborhood where the Dead rose to fame for its mind-altering music. In the ’90s, Kreutzmann moved to Hawaii, where he has experimented with growing his own marijuana. […]

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  • Take a magical mystery tour with The Fab 4

    Take a magical mystery tour with The Fab 4

    By Quentin Young Paul McCartney, 72, recently appeared with new music that was a collaboration with an artist roughly half his age, Kanye West. He has moved far beyond the music he created in his 20s, so it’s left to others to perform the repertoire of The Beatles. Colorado gets its live dose of John, Paul, George and Ringo from The Fab 4, a Beatles tribute act. The Denver-area group has more than 100 songs in its repertoire, conducts on-stage […]

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  • Percy Sledge, dead at 74, leaves us with ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’

    Percy Sledge, dead at 74, leaves us with ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’

    By Jay Reeves and Rebecca Santana Associated Press MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. — Sound engineer Jimmy Johnson knew he had captured something special on tape as Percy Sledge finished singing “When a Man Loves a Woman” in a recording studio in 1965. Sledge, who died Tuesday, grew up singing in nearby cotton fields of northwest Alabama and never had been in a studio before that day. He didn’t even know how to work a microphone during that first session, Johnson said. […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Cornmeal

    Second Story Garage: Cornmeal

    Cornmeal perform “Burn My Body Down” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Cornmeal celebrated the 15th anniversary of its first show earlier this year. The Chicago-based band is popular among jamgrass fans throughout the country and is a regular visitor to bluegrass hot spots of the Front Range. They stopped by the Garage on a recent visit to the state with a new lineup and songs from their new album, Slow Street, due out in May. […]

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  • Cornmeal perform ‘All Things Must Change’

    Cornmeal perform ‘All Things Must Change’

    Cornmeal perform “All Things Must Change” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Cornmeal celebrated the 15th anniversary of its first show earlier this year. The Chicago-based band is popular among jamgrass fans throughout the country and is a regular visitor to bluegrass hot spots of the Front Range. They stopped by the Garage on a recent visit to the state with a new lineup and songs from their new album, Slow Street, due out in May. Founders Chris Gangi […]

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  • Cornmeal chat with Quentin Young

    Cornmeal chat with Quentin Young

    Cornmeal sit down with Quentin for a video interview at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Cornmeal celebrated the 15th anniversary of its first show earlier this year. The Chicago-based band is popular among jamgrass fans throughout the country and is a regular visitor to bluegrass hot spots of the Front Range. They stopped by the Garage on a recent visit to the state with a new lineup and songs from their new album, Slow Street, due out in May. […]

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