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  • ARISE Music Festival Kicks off Friday at Sunrise Ranch, Loveland

    ARISE Music Festival Kicks off Friday at Sunrise Ranch, Loveland

    The three-day ARISE Music Festival runs Aug 5-7 in Loveland, Colorado boasting an impressive lineup of music, workshops, yoga, feature presenters and playshop sessions. Showcasing a national and international lineup that reads like a who’s who of conscious performers including festival headliners Ziggy Marley, Jurrasic 5, Papadosio, Elephant Revival, Hard Working Americans, Wildlight, New Mastersounds, Rising Appalachia and much more. Check out Elephant Revival’s visit to Second Story Garage here. With the addition of the ARISE Music Festival featured “Playshop Sessions” […]

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  • Colorado’s premier ARISE Music festival set for Friday with Ziggy Marley, Hard Working Americans, Jurassic 5 and many, many more

    Colorado’s premier ARISE Music festival set for Friday with Ziggy Marley, Hard Working Americans, Jurassic 5 and many, many more

    Just an hour from Denver, 45 minutes from Boulder, 25 minutes from Fort Collins, and 15 minutes from Loveland, ARISE Music Festival is easily accessible to Colorado’s Front Range. When you are driving or riding towards the ARISE festival grounds in the foothills outside of Loveland, Colorado you are immediately taken aback by the amazing beauty of the Colorado foothills. Follow the signs and directions and suddenly the 100 acre festival grounds at Sunrise Ranch are revealed. Here you will […]

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  • Arise Music Festival in Loveland works to expand offerings

    Arise Music Festival in Loveland works to expand offerings

    Summertime in Colorado comes with no shortage of music festivals. The growing number of choices means more variety and more destinations. On the same weekend of Arise Festival in Loveland, for example, the Vertex Festival debuts in Buena Vista. The new festival offers both camping and a variety of performers as well. The organizers of Arise have taken the approach of focusing their energy on how to improve versus how to compete. As the competition grows, their only goal is […]

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  • Nederland’s Elephant Revival returns to Red Rocks with Josh Ritter, Rising Applachia and special guest ‘The Human Experience’ on Sunday

    Nederland’s Elephant Revival returns to Red Rocks with Josh Ritter, Rising Applachia and special guest ‘The Human Experience’ on Sunday

    By C. Alan Crandall This Sunday, Elephant Revival will return to Red Rocks Amphitheater for an early show. Arguably one of the most famous bands out of Nederland, Colorado, Elephant Revival’s style of acoustic progressive, indie, Americana music delights audiences from coast to coast. In its tenth 10th and fresh off of their sixth album release, named “Petals,” the band has found success in the festival circuit that they have embraced since their inception. The quintet is formed by members […]

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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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