Continuing my Grateful Dead kick in Boulder once again, I attended a Sunday (never miss one!) show at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, a venue which I have since learned has a capacity of 625 attendees, slightly less than the estimate of 700 I mentioned in my last show review. It somehow never seems crowded, though, as … Continue reading About Last Night: Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band at the Fox Theatre 6/25/17
OK, so I'm on a Ryan Adams kick this week, but still coasting from those Dead shows, too. I'm also planning to see Phil Lesh this weekend in Boulder, so let's keep the Grateful Dead theme going - here's Ryan Adams covering "Wharf Rat" including an intro where he explains what he loves about the Grateful Dead … Continue reading Wednesday Cover: Ryan Adams, “Wharf Rat”
This was always going to be a special show. Announced less than a week in advance, most of the sold-out crowd likely found their tickets online through a secret pre-sale code that weaved its way through music-minded social circles. Ryan Adams was long slated to headline Red Rocks on 6/20, but an additional Monday … Continue reading About Last Night: Ryan Adams at the Fox Theatre, 6/19/17
I wish I could describe the concerts I saw this weekend in great detail, an honest and balanced evaluation with both highlights and critiques, but I can’t do that this time. Dead and Company at Folsom field was an indescribable experience, to me, but I’ll do my best to convey my thoughts about the weekend. … Continue reading About Last Night: Dead and Company at Folsom Field, 6/9 & 6/10/2017
Meklit Hadero and Quinn DeVeaux cover Arcade Fire. Simply. Gorgeous.
Yes, I'm a little obsessed right now. Show review coming, hopefully tomorrow.
Jeff Austin at The Big Wonderful, 5/6/17 The Big Wonderful happened to host a festival on my birthday this year, and the weather outside was perfect as Deadphish Orchestra opened with an acoustic set before Jeff Austin & Co took the stage for some high energy bluegrass. The full moon rose behind the … Continue reading About Last Month – Top 5 May Shows