SunSquabi has announced their first headlining performance for 2019 in their home state of Colorado. The 3-piece suit will be performing at the Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday January 26th as a part of the venue’s 20th anniversary run of shows. SunSquabi will be joined by Too Many Zooz (New York, NY), The Hip Abduction (St. Petersburg, FL) and Nobide (Denver, CO) with special guest Chris Karns (Denver, CO) to round out the bill with tweener sets all night long.
Nashville singer-songwriter Jillian Jacqueline opened the night at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver for Kip Moore. She brought energy to the early crowd, which gradually grew to near-capacity by the time Kip took the stage for the main act. Her clean voice and bright attire shined on stage from her first song onward, while accompanied by a simple drum kit and unique bass lines.
Papadosio has been building their dedicated fan base over the course of the last decade. Best known for their energetic live performances filled with mesmerizing instrumentation, improvisational skills, and intricate visual production, the quintet recently embarked on a fall tour in celebration of their brand new studio album release Content Coma (out Sept.
Sound Tribe Sector Nine has been a uniquely special force in the music world for many years now. Their evolution as musicians has been as otherworldly as the content of their music. Like any true long-lasting band, evolution is necessary for longevity. Innovation has been at its forefront for two decades. Their energy and creativity is what brings loyal fans back to see them time and time again. As we made another revolution around the sun, we are presented with a new year to celebrate change and growth.
Kyle Hollingsworth’s Hoppy Holidays-now in its third year supporting local non-profit Conscious Alliance-keeps on giving Coloradans what they want. With over thirty breweries pouring their best suds for those peeled away from the couch and college football, jubilant times flourished under the signature Fillmore chandeliers.
The INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS have announced plans for an exciting two-night Halloween extravaganza at Denver's Fillmore Auditorium entitled BIG TOP HALLOWEEN. Set for Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29, the shows will feature special guests funky METERS and The Magic Beans (Friday night) and Keller Williams' Grateful Grass and The Lil' Smokies (Saturday night). Fan pre-sale tickets go up today, Jul
The title of this review does not just come from my opinion as a music writer in the scene since the mid-nineties. I have heard this from nearly every person that I have heard talk about STS9 for the last year or so including members of the band. I was lucky enough to catch half of their four-night run at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, and I saw them at least three other times in the past year.
As a high school student in Des Moines, Iowa during the early 90s it was difficult to hear about new or good music. The internet as we know it today did not exist yet and therefore the only way to learn about such things was via print, commercial radio, or word of mouth; most all of which only focused on popular or classic music. You can only turn on the radio so many times and hear the same crap before you get jaded. Around my sophomore year a friend obtained a copy and played for me an album by this roots-rock-reggae act from Colorado called
Galactic is not just a band. They are a community. They are a party. They are a movement and a force that comes to town to bring an awakening or awareness that is deeply entrenched in a carnival type New Orleans experience. With Mardi Gras at our heels, Denver was still feeling the holiday spirit, and the circus was in town. I call Galactic a community because I have never really seen a band with more of an open family type jam spirit that welcomes so many different types of musicians depending on their latest albums or motives.