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  • ’60s music legends Peter, Paul and Mary still making an impact

    ’60s music legends Peter, Paul and Mary still making an impact

    By Quentin Young Peter, Paul and Mary were a popular musical trio of twenty-somethings when they stepped in front of a quarter of a million people at the March on Washington on Aug. 28, 1963. They were at the forefront of a growing folk music scene, which had an inherent message of social justice. But during that performance — on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in the company of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and before the eyes of […]

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  • Judah & the Lion perform ‘Back’s Against the Wall’

    Judah & the Lion perform ‘Back’s Against the Wall’

    Judah & the Lion perform “Back’s Against the Wall” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The members of Judah & the Lion have very different backgrounds, and maybe that’s why their music has such broad appeal. Frontman Judah Akers is the Tennessee-raised southerner. Brian Brian Macdonald on mandolin is the city-savvy Chicagoan. And Nate Zuercher on banjo is the bearded Coloradan. Were it not for music, they might not have connected, but through their music they’re […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Judah & the Lion

    Second Story Garage: Judah & the Lion

    Judah & the Lion perform “Kickin’ Da Leaves” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The members of Judah & the Lion have very different backgrounds, and maybe that’s why their music has such broad appeal. Frontman Judah Akers is the Tennessee-raised southerner. Brian Brian Macdonald on mandolin is the city-savvy Chicagoan. And Nate Zuercher on banjo is the bearded Coloradan. Were it not for music, they might not have connected, but through their music they’re connecting […]

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  • Judah & the Lion perform ‘Scared’

    Judah & the Lion perform ‘Scared’

    Judah & the Lion perform “Scared” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The members of Judah & the Lion have very different backgrounds, and maybe that’s why their music has such broad appeal. Frontman Judah Akers is the Tennessee-raised southerner. Brian Brian Macdonald on mandolin is the city-savvy Chicagoan. And Nate Zuercher on banjo is the bearded Coloradan. Were it not for music, they might not have connected, but through their music they’re connecting with audiences […]

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  • Judah & the Lion chat with Quentin Young

    Judah & the Lion chat with Quentin Young

    Judah & the Lion sit down for a video interview with Quentin at Second Story Garage music studio in Boulder, Colorado. The members of Judah & the Lion have very different backgrounds, and maybe that’s why their music has such broad appeal. Frontman Judah Akers is the Tennessee-raised southerner. Brian Brian Macdonald on mandolin is the city-savvy Chicagoan. And Nate Zuercher on banjo is the bearded Coloradan. Were it not for music, they might not have connected, but through their […]

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  • Original members of The Samples regroup for concert

    Original members of The Samples regroup for concert

    By Quentin Young Sean Kelly, frontman of The Samples, had just finished rehearsing the song “Nature” with the band last Sunday when he said, “I’ve got schizophrenia. I’ve played 10 different versions of these songs.” The Boulder band’s eponymous album was released in 1989, and it brought national attention to the band and the Colorado music scene. Kelly has continued to perform with The Samples, but he remains the only original member. Various iterations of the band have played various […]

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