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  • Plain White T’s chat with Quentin Young

    Plain White T’s chat with Quentin Young

    Plain White T’s sit down with Quentin Young for a video interview at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The Plain White T’s shot to fame in 2007 with “Hey There Delilah,” a two-time Grammy-nominated song that for some bands might have been one of those achievements never to be topped. But in subsequent releases, the T’s proved capable of consistent hit-making. Songs such as “1, 2, 3, 4” and “Rhythm of Love,” like “Delilah,” are melodic […]

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  • The Prairie Scholars put local songwriters at center stage

    The Prairie Scholars put local songwriters at center stage

    By Second Story Garage Staff Jessica and Andy Eppler are the Longmont-based creative dynamo that, when they’re making music, go by The Prairie Scholars. Their community involvement is roughly as robust as their musical presence, and for Andy’s 30th birthday, they’re planning a Longmont Songwriter Music Festival to highlight some of the top local songwriters. The festival is planned for 2-7 p.m. Saturday, July 11, at 300 Suns Brewery, 335 First Ave., in Longmont. It will feature music from songwriters […]

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  • Umphrey’s McGee raises a toast to Colorado music fans

    Umphrey’s McGee raises a toast to Colorado music fans

    By Sonia Amodeo Amid a seemingly relentless tour schedule that’s been going on since 1997, Umphrey’s McGee is back in town and ready to play an intimate show for Boulder on Thursday night. Though the crew comes through town nearly every summer, the shows usually sell out, and Umphrey’s gig at the Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St., is no exception. If you couldn’t snag a ticket to the Boulder show, the band will perform Friday at Red Rocks, 18300 W. […]

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  • Thanks to tour, film, Beach Boys’ Wilson feeling good vibrations again

    Thanks to tour, film, Beach Boys’ Wilson feeling good vibrations again

    By Quentin Young Brian Wilson was America’s answer to Paul McCartney — over a period of about four years in the mid-1960s these rival magicians of melody set standards for pop songwriting that have yet to be topped — but he also was an American Syd Barrett. As with Barrett, Pink Floyd’s original songwriter and singer, The Beach Boys’ Wilson struggled with internal demons that both played a role in his creativity and eventually led to reclusive debilitation (and which […]

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