Charlie Hunter comes to Canopy

You don’t need to play guitar in order to appreciate the music of Charlie Hunter, but it helps. The guitar virtuoso will bring his unique take on jazz fusion to the Canopy Club for what is assured to be a pleas...

Curb Service plays Cowboy Monkey

Lorenzo Goetz was a Rock staple of the CU community until their very recent break-up. Founder and front man Larry Gates hit the ground running with his new project, Curb Service. The quick release,Little Red Re...

Indie, Meet Hip Hop!

This Thursday the Canopy Club is doing something very exciting. They are putting together two genres that do not, at first glance, seem to mesh well. Indie Rock bands Elsinore, Dark Meat, World’s First Flying M...
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Reflections on the LMA’s

Award shows never end up being about the awards. The Oscars place just as much importance on red carpet fashion as they do on choosing which actress is going to touch the hearts of America with a tearful accept...

Lion Tamer No More

The artist formerly known as Pedro the Lion is paying CU a visit. Shedding his old moniker to start recording and touring under his given name while recently signing to Barsuk Records (also home of Death Cab fo...

HOO-WEE!

Move aside you Rascall-y Flat, pleather hat-wearing pop-twangers, this is real country music. The Wilders, hailing from Kansas City, play self-described “tunes from the golden age.” Betse Ellis (fiddle, vocals)...

Chase this Light… show?

When I spoke with Zach Lind of Jimmy Eat World a week ago, he was excited to play at Assembly Hall. “You can be in an arena and the crowd can be really enthused, and you can be in a small venue and the crowd ca...

Jimmy Eat World comes to Assembly Hall

People like to dumb music down to words like pop-rock, alternative, indie rock and emo-rock and haphazardly throw artists into each genre. With a band like Jimmy Eat World who has released five albums, starting...