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  • String guru Katie Glassman expands her voice

    String guru Katie Glassman expands her voice

    (This story was updated May 29 to update the concert location and contact information.) By Quentin Young How did it take so long for Katie Glassman to be a singer? Judging from her latest album, you’d think singing has always been her thing. But she has built her reputation on her violin and fiddle playing. Dream A Little Dream, which Glassman released in March, showcases her trifold talents. There’s the fiddle, of course. But singing and songwriting, too. Go to […]

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  • The Cure headlines 2014 Riot Fest lineup in Denver

    The Cure headlines 2014 Riot Fest lineup in Denver

    By Second Story Garage staff The Cure will headline all three stops on the Riot Fest concert tour, including its Sept. 19-21 shows in the Denver area. Riot Fest turns 10 this year and will be appearing for the second year in a row at Mays Farm in Byers, just east of Denver. In addition to Denver, Riot Fest will stop in Toronto Sept. 6-7 and Chicago Sept. 12-14. Riot Fest was born in 2005 in Chicago, its flagship city, […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Ashley’s picks — and farewell

    Second Story Garage: Ashley’s picks — and farewell

    By Ashley Dean When I interviewed for a job with the Colorado Daily in September 2011, then-editor Dave Burdick asked me what I would do with extra time and resources. I told him I’d bring music into the newsroom. Less than a year later, with hard work from Dave, sound engineer Duncan Taylor, photographer/videographer Paul Aiken and Boulder Daily Camera executive editor Kevin Kaufman, Second Story Garage was born. With the help of my co-host, Quentin Young, producer Kevin “Moose” […]

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  • UMS lineup continues to grow

    UMS lineup continues to grow

    By Ashley Dean Colorado Daily The Denver Post’s Underground Music Showcase announced new additions to its lineup, with Blonde Redhead and People Under the Stairs at the top. The two bands join Real Estate as headliners, and other big names in the second round announcement include Gardens & Villa and Astronautalis. That’s in addition to The Men, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Baths. In this round of locals, there are a handful of Second Story Garage alumni: Whiskey Shivers, I Sank […]

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  • Work continues at Planet Bluegrass as the Lyons venue prepares for its 2014 concert season. (Matthew Jonas /A&E Spotlight)

    Put these summer concerts on your calendar

    By Quentin Young A&E Spotlight Only days after the September flooding in Boulder and Larimer counties, Craig Ferguson, one of the owners of Planet Bluegrass, committed to having the devastated music venue back in shape for the 2014 summer concert series Planet Bluegrass, site of two of the biggest music festivals in the region, RockyGrass and Folks Fest, was severely damaged by the September 2013 flooding. The water caused a new river channel to cut in front of the main […]

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  • Music festival showcases Northern Colorado bands

    Music festival showcases Northern Colorado bands

      By James Garcia A&E Spotlight With the Lollapalooza, South by Southwest and Coachella music festivals making national headlines by presenting big-name acts and attracting people from around the world, one festival stands out by rejecting that approach and striving to keep it local. This year marks the sixth installment of the Fort Collins Music eXperiment (FoCoMX), where a plethora of local music talent will be featured in their own back yard for two days, April 25-26, as they showcase […]

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