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  • Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer dies at 71

    Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer dies at 71

    By Robert Jablon Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Keith Emerson, founder and keyboardist of the progressive-rock band Emerson, Lake and Palmer, has died. He was 71. Emerson’s longtime partner, Mari Kawaguchi, called police to his condominium in Santa Monica, California, at about 1:30 a.m. on Friday. Emerson had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, and authorities are investigating his death as a possible suicide. Kawaguchi told police that Emerson could have died anywhere between Thursday evening and Friday […]

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  • Clint Black is back on the road with new music

    Clint Black is back on the road with new music

    By Michelle Vendegna Clint Black was faced with an almost impossible task for his most recent album. After a six-year wait, he had to choose which songs would be released and which would just have to wait. “It’s like sending your kids off to college, and I can only send 14 of them.,” said Black, who was sought after by three major labels during that time. By the end of it, he had to make a choice. “I was looking […]

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  • Sam Bush, at right, and Ben Kaufmann perform during a Yonder Mountain String Band concert featuring Sam Bush on Wednesday at the Boulder Theater. For more photos of the concert go to www.dailycamera.com
Jeremy Papasso/ Staff Photographer/ Dec. 30, 2015

    Interview: Sam Bush, Hops + Handrails headliner

    By Quentin Young Sam Bush is one of those rare artists who isn’t just great at his chosen medium but has changed the nature of the medium itself. He often is called the “father of newgrass” in reference to his role as a member of New Grass Revival, a 1970s bluegrass band that, adding rock and jazz influences, helped revolutionize the genre such that it spawned a sub-genre named after the band. Bush, who lives in Nashville, is a familiar […]

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  • Boulder alt-country band Gasoline Lollipops will close out Frozen Dead Guy Days on Sunday, March 13, 2016, in Nederland. (Gasoline Lollipops, Courtesy photo)

    Boulder’s Gasoline Lollipops to close out Frozen Dead Guy Days

    By Quentin Young One of the livelier aspects of Frozen Dead Guy Days, an annual celebration in Nederland based on a man named Bredo Morstoel who is cryogenically preserved, is its live music lineup, and the Gasoline Lollipops are one local band that seems well suited to the event. The alt-country band’s last EP was titled Death. The title song contains the growled refrain, “Death was all around.” The band is working on a new EP, to be called Resurrection. […]

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  • Cold River City

    Cold River City releases ‘Thank You. Sorry. Love You.’

    Cold River City, the Boulder band of torso-bending grooves and clean-guitar funkiness, releases a new EP this month. The recording, called Thank You. Sorry. Love You., features five songs that offer all the dance-inducing and soul-yearning sounds that fans have come to admire. Highlights include the catchy chorus of the opening track, “Burn the Money,” and the sprinting lust song “Could It Be” (“… at least let me pretend I’m going home alone,” winks one line). Throughout is singer Emma […]

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