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  • Longmont resident wins RockyGrass mandolin competition

    Longmont resident wins RockyGrass mandolin competition

    By Isa Jones Tyler Rennix got a mandolin as a birthday present when he was 6 years old. It took him until he was 8 to be interested in it, but after 14 years of playing, Rennix became good enough to win the 2015 RockyGrass Mandolin competition, which took place July 24-26 in Lyons. The 22-year-old Longmont resident and musician has always been a fan of RockyGrass, and dreamed of playing on the main stage. “It was a dream of […]

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  • Analog Son remains true to the art of funk

    Analog Son remains true to the art of funk

    By Sonia Amodeo In a world where digital music reigns, it can be difficult to find solid, authentic funk. But Denver funk group Analog Son is aiming to fill that void by revitalizing the spirit of the genre. The band will perform at the Fox Theatre, 1135 13th St., Boulder, on Friday night as opening act for legendary saxophonist Maceo Parker, who famously worked alongside James Brown. Analog Son, formed by Jordan Linit and Josh Fairman in 2013, weren’t shy […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Red Fox Run

    Second Story Garage:
    Red Fox Run

    Red Fox Run perform “I Am a Fox” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Red Fox Run’s press contact, Dawn Duncan, told us the band takes the business side of music very seriously. When the quartet arrived at the Garage, they stepped out of their van all dressed simply, but effectively, in coordinated black outfits. “That was all them,” said Duncan, grinning. The Denver quartet’s professionalism carried through the session, which musically was marked by a […]

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  • Red Fox Run perform ‘Roller Coaster’

    Red Fox Run perform ‘Roller Coaster’

    Red Fox Run perform “Roller Coaster” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Red Fox Run’s press contact, Dawn Duncan, told us the band takes the business side of music very seriously. When the quartet arrived at the Garage, they stepped out of their van all dressed simply, but effectively, in coordinated black outfits. “That was all them,” said Duncan, grinning. The Denver quartet’s professionalism carried through the session, which musically was marked by a passion that […]

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  • Leftapalooza shows what it takes to be a successful tribute band

    Leftapalooza shows what it takes to be a successful tribute band

    By Quentin Young Cover bands often don’t get the respect they deserve. Some of the most venerable symphony orchestras are basically huge cover bands, so why should music snobs sniff at their pop counterparts? You’ll find no such dissing at Leftapalooza, the rare event where a cover artist has an opportunity to win official honors. The core of Leftapalooza is the Mile High Tribute Band Competition (the term “tribute band” has come to mean a cover band that focuses on […]

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  • Red Fox Run perform ‘Beautiful’

    Red Fox Run perform ‘Beautiful’

    Red Fox Run perform “Beautiful” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Red Fox Run’s press contact, Dawn Duncan, told us the band takes the business side of music very seriously. When the quartet arrived at the Garage, they stepped out of their van all dressed simply, but effectively, in coordinated black outfits. “That was all them,” said Duncan, grinning. The Denver quartet’s professionalism carried through the session, which musically was marked by a passion that seemed […]

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