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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is an Answer to Prayers at Ogden Theater

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Photos by Michael McGrath, story by Amy McGrath “I fell in love with the sweet sensation I gave my heart to a simple chord I gave my soul to a new religion Whatever happened to you? Whatever happened to our rock ‘n roll?” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Whatever Happened to My Rock N’ Roll (Punk

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Todd Rundgren says “Hello, It’s Me…” to Denver’s Oriental Theater

Photos by Michael McGrath Legendary 70′ rock god/producer Todd Rundgren brought his full band, background singers, and several costume changes to the full house at the Oriental Theater on December 19th, 2017.

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Jesus and Mary Chain Dark, Hypnotic at Summit Music Hall

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Photos by Michael McGrath, Story by Molly McGrath The iconic Scottish post-punk band, The Jesus and Mary Chain, played to a reverent audience last Friday night at the Summit Music Hall. Touring in support of their new album “Damage and Joy,” the band brought out a diverse range of fans, from rockers who have been

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Vintage Trouble Heats Up Colorado Springs’ Black Sheep

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Photos by Michael McGrath Hollywood’s Vintage Trouble brought their high-energy heat to Colorado Springs on a chilly Tuesday night. Do yourself a favor and see this band whenever you have a chance- you won’t be disappointed!

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Together Pangea Turns Larimer Lounge into Party Garage

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  Photos by Michael McGrath, story by Molly McGrath Instead of doing something scary Friday the Thirteenth, I found myself being pushed up against the stage at the Larimer Lounge, singing along to my favorite surf-pop anthems by Southern California garage rockers Together Pangea. On tour with their new album “Bulls and Roosters,” the band

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Gasoline Pops at the Soul Mine (Photo: John Spalvins)

Boulder’s Gasoline Lollipops is Ready to Douse Denver

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Boulder may be too small, too quiet to hold the Gas Pops any longer… “The Gasoline Lollipops as it stands today – I feel like we’re at the beginning. I mean, we’re starting to pick up steam, and it’s my first experience of that with the Gas Pops,” Clay Rose, frontman of the quickly rising Boulder band

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