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  • Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and his band to perform with Boulder Philharmonic

    Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and his band to perform with Boulder Philharmonic

    By Kelly Dean Hansen Despite being anointed one of the 100 Greatest Living Songwriters by Paste Magazine in 2006, Josh Ritter considers himself a “learning musician.” During an interview in advance of his appearance with the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday, Oct. 10, at Macky Auditorium on the University of Colorado campus, Ritter explained that playing with a symphony orchestra requires more precision than performing a typical concert with his band. “It’s just such a tremendous feeling to be in […]

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  • Relive the magic of Michael Jackson through concert, new book

    Relive the magic of Michael Jackson through concert, new book

    By Quentin Young Every day when Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson’s father, went to work in a steel mill outside Gary, Ind., he put on a jacket that had an L-shaped rip in the back that persisted despite efforts by his wife, Katherine, to stitch it. This is one of the many telling details deployed in the just-released “MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson,” by Denver author Steve Knopper. It’s the kind of detail that fiction writers use to convey a […]

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  • Clint Black returns with first album in 10 years

    Clint Black returns with first album in 10 years

    By Kristin M. Hall Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The black hat is back. Clint Black has released his first new album in a decade after finally finding a record label he could trust. The staunchly independent country artist was always a thorn in the side of Music Row’s record executives. He never gave in to pressure to sing other people’s songs and never wanted to repeat his big hits like “Killin’ Time” or “A Better Man.” “I am not […]

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  • EOTO perform ‘Rainstick’

    EOTO perform ‘Rainstick’

    EOTO perform “Rainstick” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The interesting thing about the electronic music scene in Colorado is not that it is ballooning in a state that produces jam bands and banjo players by the bushel. It’s how the state’s rootsy sensibilities are getting plugged into the electronics. Boulder is home to two electronic acts — Big Gigantic and GRiZ — that add sax to their onstage operating systems. Other local computer-boosted acts, such […]

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  • EOTO perform ‘Let’s Go’

    EOTO perform ‘Let’s Go’

    EOTO perform “Let’s Go” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The interesting thing about the electronic music scene in Colorado is not that it is ballooning in a state that produces jam bands and banjo players by the bushel. It’s how the state’s rootsy sensibilities are getting plugged into the electronics. Boulder is home to two electronic acts — Big Gigantic and GRiZ — that add sax to their onstage operating systems. Other local computer-boosted acts, […]

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  • Keith Richards trying to inspire Stones to get back into studio

    Keith Richards trying to inspire Stones to get back into studio

    By Mesfin Fekadu Associated Press NEW YORK — Keith Richards had a goal when he was readying the release of his first solo album in two decades: Get his Rolling Stones bandmates excited about recording their own music. “(The band is) going to get in the studio, which was one of my aims really of doing this (solo) one. (It) was, ‘Hey, Rolling Stones, you haven’t been in the studio for 11 years. … It’s time to get in the […]

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