IN THIS ISSUE CONOR OBERST | BROTHER ALI | JIMMY ANGEL | TY SEGALL TV GIRL | ZOÉ | BROKEN PLOW BREWERY | THE GREAT CHALK-A-LOT
When Big Boi walked out on to the Red Rocks Amphitheater stage in 2010 for a Rock the Bells performance, Andre 3000 was noticeably absent. Nonetheless, he performed many of Outkast’s singles, including “Elevators (Me and You),” “ATLians” and “Rosa Parks.” However, it just wasn’t’ the same. This year, when Big Boi and Andre 3000 perform at Denver’s Mad Decent Block Party on August 22, things will be a little different. Continue Reading
Sha Na Na, the doo-wop band who began their successful career in the 1969 performance of Woodstock, is touring through Northern Colorado for the 1st Annual Rocky Mountain Rock n’ Roll Sing-Along Festival 45 years after their magical beginning.
The band started as an a cappella group at Columbia University. In the summer of ‘69 they decided to give the competitive musical scene of New York a shot. It was only their 8th musical gig when they impressed their peers at a downtown nightclub and landed the biggest live performance of their career. Continue Reading
ARISE Music will be held August 8th-10th at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colorado. Here are a few bands we are excited to see this year. Continue Reading
IN THIS ISSUE CHROMEO | LYRICS BORN | SHA NA NA | BEAR IN HEAVEN PANAMA | TWIN PEAKS | WHENSDAY | BLOCK PARTY | ARISE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Last August, BandWagon Magazine made the voyage to the ARISE music festival, located in Loveland, Colorado. It’s first year as a festival it had a few growing pains, but ultimately it provided the perfect opportunity for Northern Colorado to see what the festi scene is all about. Continue Reading
Sonic Bloom took place in South Park Colorado as a three day music festival featuring Eoto, Electric Dandelion, Late Night Radio and many more.
Glass Boys is a follow up to 2011’s David Comes to Life, which saw the band’s first ranking on the billboards and created a big name for them. The album was conceptual and followed a light bulb factory worker that falls in love with an activist, who is killed by a bomb they build to blow up the factory. And while concept albums often feel forced, the band’s raw energy and the musical talent really pulled it into the foreground. This latest release is very similar, despite not being an official concept album though the “getting older” theme threads it together. Continue Reading