Marc Roberts – The Music of John Denver

Marc Roberts – The Music of John Denver
Marc Roberts is appearing at Westport Town Hall Theatre this coming Sunday, February 14 with his show The Music of John Denver, This show offers a perfect end to your Valentine's night after visiting some of the wonderful restaurants in town. In 1997 …
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A variety of entertainment on tap at the CasaBlanca
John Denver tribute. Jim Curry, the man behind the Denver tribute, emphasizes he is not an impersonator, though he does dress and sound like the legendary singer-songwriter. “It's basically a tribute to the music,” Curry says. “I have grown out my hair …
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[ February 28, 2016 ] Le Butcherettes | Remember Girl Power? Denver Music
Her nomadic life has seen her variously call Guadalajara, El Paso, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Denver home. She draws on her heritage and experiences as an outsider, as well as the Mexican culture of mystic Catholicism, narco violence, mariachi music, …
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[ February 26, 2016 ] Nils Lofgren | Facing the Music Denver Music

[ February 26, 2016 ] Nils Lofgren | Facing the Music Denver Music
“There's just kind of a homegrown recklessness that you can find in front of an audience that I can't seem to find in a studio or anywhere else.” e-street-band. When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band hit the stage, kicking off one of their …
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Gilpin Montessori in Five Points looks to improve with community
Gilpin Montessori — a Denver public school serving students in early childhood education through sixth grade — has had its share of troubles in academics, but thanks to a new principal, staff and the music program, the school is working to change …
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John Denver's Rocky Mountain High Returns to Downstairs Cabaret
The show that earned consistent standing ovations at Downstairs Cabaret during the holiday season is returning by popular demand, following performances with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra! The music of the late John Denver is like an old friend, …
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Music Preview: This week's shows in Boulder and Denver
The emergence of progressive rock band moe., from its humble Buffalo, New York roots, has marked a shift in the progressive rock world. Signed to Sugar Hill Records, moe. intermingles guitar, vocals, bass, percussion, vibraphone and drums to create …
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Punk Rock Bowling Coming to Denver with Buzzcocks, Millencollin, FLAG and More
Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival, which was started in 1999 in Las Vegas by brothers Shawn and Mark Stern (owners of BYO Records), is coming to Denver for the first time at Summit Music Hall Thursday, June 2 through Saturday, June 4.
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Matt Duchene on country music and his NHL All-Star Game experience
So did Matt Duchene have more fun playing hockey or playing the guitar onstage with country music star Lee Brice at the All-Star Game festivities over the weekend in Nashville, Tenn.? "Probably about 50-50," the Avalanche forward said after Colorado's …
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Violist Basil Vendryes and Colorado Young Sinfonia Make Beautiful Music Together

Violist Basil Vendryes and Colorado Young Sinfonia Make Beautiful Music Together
He makes the music, and he passes the gift along — this month, with two free concerts. “When we go back and play at the Denver School of the Arts, it will be taking the orchestra back to where we began," Vendryes says. "We know the hall, and we'll …
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Cosby cases prompt Colorado bill extending time for charges
Beth Ferrier, one of two Denver women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by comic Bill Cosby, heads to a hearing room after a news conference Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, in the State Capitol in Denver. Attorney Gloria Allred and the two Denver …
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Music festival promoter SFX files for bankruptcy protection

Music festival promoter SFX files for bankruptcy protection
NEW YORK (AP) — The company behind the Electric Zoo and Tomorrowland music festivals has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. New York-based SFX Entertainment Inc. says, however, that its festivals and events will continue as planned.
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Classical Music: Pro Musica, both solemn and celebratory
Classical Music: Pro Musica, both solemn and celebratory. By Ray Mark Rinaldi The Denver Post. Posted: 01/22/2016 12:01:00 AM MST | Updated: 9 days ago. Tonight and Tomorrow. The Pro Music Colorado Chamber Orchestra offers an interesting program …
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Colorado Music Hall of Fame announces 2016 inductees
… that's now Comedy Works in Larimer Square before settling into a 10-year residency at the since closed Denver Buffalo Co. This year marks a decade since Garrett opened Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret, a singular space in Denver's eclectic music scene.
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Calendar Classical: Denver Composer Nathan Hall Writes Music For Months
When a composer sets out to write a set of piano preludes, there's a centuries-old blueprint for how to do it. Johann Sebastian Bach, Frederic Chopin and Alexander Scriabin each wrote a set of 24 short keyboard pieces in each of 12 major and 12 minor keys.
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Musicians, other celebs react to death of Glenn Frey
"Glenn Frey and the music he created alone and with The Eagles have been such an inspiration to me. We first met at the video shoot for my version of 'Take It Easy' in 1993. He always went out of his way to acknowledge and encourage me ever since.
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Thornton Community Band brings musicians of all ages together
… they had to travel to south Denver to be in similar groups, so when the Thornton Community Band started up, the response was extreme." But it soon became something much bigger than a recreational music club when budding student musicians joined up.
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John Denver music featured at OAC show
Come to the Oconomowoc Arts Center for a trip back in time to the days of John Denver and his treasured folk music during the John Denver Tribute with Ted Vigil concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, on the Oconomowoc Arts Center's Neudecker Main …
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Denver's Yawpers Make Acoustic Music Rock
Texas-born Nate Cook of Denver trio the Yawpers brings his band to Rudyard's Thursday night in support of their hard-rocking second album, American Man. While the band's debut, 2012's Capon Crusade, was a self-release, the latest effort has been picked …
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The most-clicked music articles of 2015: Van Halen at Red Rocks, Taylor Swift

The most-clicked music articles of 2015: Van Halen at Red Rocks, Taylor Swift
It just wouldn't be a most-clicked music articles of 2015 without Taylor Swift, but you might be surprised to see that Ms. Swift only made it to No. 3 in the Denver Post's most-clicked music stories for the year. Some old(er) rockers kept the reigning …
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Rapper Banner donating music studio to Boys and Girls Club
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — When rapper David Banner was recording the music that launched a major label career, it came from a makeshift studio inside of a van in which he was also sleeping. Now, he's making sure the younger generation will have access to …
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American art essay: Classical music is shrinking, and that is good for

American art essay: Classical music is shrinking, and that is good for
Classical music's decline in America is likely to make it better, more interesting and more American. Sure fewer people will hear it. That's already happening. Attendance at classical concerts is down 30 percent since the NEA started counting heads in …
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At Denver's jazz dinner clubs, patrons enjoy music and meals
Walking up to the door of Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club on a chilly December evening, newcomers could not be blamed for wondering if they had the right address. Before them was a lone door, subtly signed, off a dark and rather unsung stretch of Larimer …
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Beatles to debut on streaming music services
The band's website Beatles.com announced that the Fab Four's songs will be available starting on Dec. 24 at 12:01 a.m. local time on nine different streaming music services. You'll find the songs on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal, Amazon …
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