Music

Parlando School of Musical Arts brings pop music to Pearl Street

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Parlando is an Italian word meaning “to speak” — and the voices behind Boulder’s Parlando School of Musical Arts ring out loud and clear....

Branching out

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The next time you bemoan a bad driver in Boulder with a Texas license plate, or see another “Go Back to Texas and Tell...

‘Sweaty Greeley Soul’

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A music pastor and a trumpet player walk into a bar. It’s May of 2013, and Johnny Burroughs — a licensed minister — is...

Still alive

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As Pearl Jam’s two-and-a-half-hour, tour-closing show at Ball Arena concluded last night and the Seattle rock group stood on stage thanking fans and crew,...

Tone of voice

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More than 30 years after the release of Passion and Warfare, Steve Vai’s landmark instrumental solo album and an essential component of the instrumental...

Feel good

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I let my 12-year-old serve as DJ on the way to the Gorillaz show at Ball Arena in Denver last night, and from Boulder...

Climate classicism

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What’s the sound of a biosphere on the brink? For Drew Hemenger, the answer to that question lies in a multitude of voices. That’s why...

Gas Pops, revisited

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Anyone familiar with Clay Rose’s songwriting knows his favorite themes: dancing with, or running from, personal demons, testing the limits of mortality, sin and...

Are cigarettes cool again?

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It wasn’t supposed to rain on the second night of Caamp’s two-night stint at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. But it’s Colorado, and droplets began to...

Prairie fire

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In the lead-up to her 2020 masterpiece A Small Death, Samantha Crain didn’t know if she’d be able to hold a guitar again. A...

Picture this

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Coming out of the pandemic, Graham Nash is making a splash as COVID numbers come down and venues continue to open up.  And while music...

Some candy talking

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Scottish noise-saturated rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain set the London underground ablaze in the mid-80s with their confrontational, ear-splittingly loud and often...