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  • L.A.-based couple Johnnyswim bringing their pop-folk to Boulder

    L.A.-based couple Johnnyswim bringing their pop-folk to Boulder

    By Quentin Young Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano look like very happy people. Not the annoying kind. The I-want-to-be-like-them kind. The first time Ramirez saw Sudano, he said, “That’s the girl I’m going to marry,” and he did. Some couples complete each others’ thoughts. Ramirez and Sudano add to each other’s thoughts. Plus, they’re both really good looking, but that’s not their fault. The public benefit of all this is that Ramirez and Sudano share not just a romantic harmony. […]

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  • Trust sparks stronger brotherhood for Mumford & Sons

    Trust sparks stronger brotherhood for Mumford & Sons

    By Mesfin Fekadu Associated Press NEW YORK — Marcus Mumford knows his band is mainly named after himself, but he says members of the group have built a stronger trust among one another, and that’s evident on their new album. “Personally speaking, I think we’re a bit less self-centered in the studio and a bit like, ‘OK, we’re all on the same team, the team has to win,’ so if that means benching myself for the second half of whatever, […]

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  • Reclusive virtuoso, two bluegrass blue bloods go honky tonkin’

    Reclusive virtuoso, two bluegrass blue bloods go honky tonkin’

    By John Lehndorff Ry Cooder might be the greatest musician of our era that almost nobody knows. Guitar geeks do know of Cooder’s slide guitar virtuosity and his spot on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists” list. Filmgoers love his spine-tingling score for Wim Wenders’ “Paris, Texas.” Music nerds know Cooder for creating the opening riff to The Rolling Stones’ “Brown Sugar” in 1969. If the name rings any manstream bells, it’s because of 1997’s “Buena Vista Social Club.” The best-selling […]

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  • Greeley has a good case of the blues

    Greeley has a good case of the blues

    By Quentin Young There’s a lot of talk about the music scene in Colorado these days, with Denver’s indie-rock making its mark, Boulder County’s Americana and bluegrass producing national acts and Fort Collins turning out notable bands of all stripes. Greeley rarely comes up in these discussions. But maybe it’s time for that to change. The Greeley Blues Jam is now in its 11th year of bringing national blues talent to the city. On Friday, June 12, and Saturday, June […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Ayo Awosika

    Second Story Garage: Ayo Awosika

    Ayo Awosika performs “Another Kind of Mission” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Ayo Awosika is based in New York these days, but Colorado music fans will recognize her for her work with Front Range acts such as The Motet. She lived and made music in Colorado for five years, and her connections with Mile High musicians keep her coming back regularly to the state. She returned in May, in fact, to release her debut solo […]

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  • Ayo Awosika performs ‘We Best Not Wait’

    Ayo Awosika performs ‘We Best Not Wait’

    Ayo Awosika performs “We Best Not Wait” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Ayo Awosika is based in New York these days, but Colorado music fans will recognize her for her work with Front Range acts such as The Motet. She lived and made music in Colorado for five years, and her connections with Mile High musicians keep her coming back regularly to the state. She returned in May, in fact, to release her debut solo […]

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