• Posts Tagged ‘Folk rock’

    The UMS hits full speed today – plan accordingly! Don’t worry – we’re here to help.

    by  • July 23, 2011 • Denver Venues, Local, Locals Only, NewsThreads, ThreadedTweets • 0 Comments

    The 11th Annual UMS is now in its third day, and rounding the inside corner to slingshot itself into full, reckless, dangerous and foolhardy speed, and you're going to want to grab on for dear life about now, and hold on. It's going to get a lot more beautiful before too long, and there'll...

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    The 11th Annual UMS Starts Today – So do DenverThread’s lists – here’s day one

    by  • July 21, 2011 • Denver Venues, Locals Only, NewsThreads, ThreadedTweets, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    It's here! And it's definitely THE highpoint of Denver's summer music season! A full Red Rocks schedule, the Warped and other festival tours, multiple nights of Widespread Panic - even the monster U2 show in Invesco Field at Mile High - all pale in comparison to the magnitude of this weekend's pinnacle. The 11th...

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    Golden’s Erik Husman records sophomore effort @TheWalnutRoom Thursday night

    by  • March 22, 2011 • Denver Venues, In Denver Live, Interviews, Locals Only, NewsThreads • 1 Comment

    One of the more popular new trends lately has been a band’s live rendition of an influential record from their past. It’s a pretty cool thing, too, to see bands like Pixies play albums we all grew up listening to, live, in their entirety. It's not often, though, that we get to share the stage...

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    Interview: The Alltunators, courting Denver with a sweet, folksy, bygone sound

    by  • September 5, 2009 • Interviews, Local, Locals Only, NewsThreads • 1 Comment

    Both live and on record, The Alltunators masterfully mix honest and passionate acoustic constructions behind Jessica Slater’s heartfelt lyrics and sweet and earnest, soft-spoken vocals, and add brilliant, bluesy jams behind Andy Miller’s sassy juke joint crooning. . . . The result is a summery Sunday afternoon feeling - fresh, relaxing, almost drowsily comforting. I...

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