Gov. John Hickenlooper joined string band Old Crow Medicine Show on stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday night to play banjo and sing the track “CC Rider.”
When Colorado governor John Hickenlooper opened an email with the news of Barry Fey’s death on Sunday, it took a few seconds to register.
With a big rock show, it’s now official: John Hickenlooper is now Colorado’s rock ‘n’ roll governor.
Unaffiliated Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon has won the support of hip-hop artists Wyclef Jean and Snoop Dogg and could throw a wrench into the close race.
Could Snoop Dogg be the new Koch Brothers? The rapper is blowing up his Instagram with encouragement for Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon.
Controversial figure and music legend Professor Griff will moderate a debate of lesser-known gubernatorial candidates Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Infinity Park International Ballroom in Glendale.
Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon and Wyclef Jean have created a political hip-hop video called “The Trap.”
“I’m here to say how important Planet Bluegrass and Lyons are to Colorado,” shouted Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper before introducing Imelda May at the Folks Festival on Saturday evening.
Ryan Tedder is blunt about Gov. John Hickenlooper’s singing skills in this video of the two trying to play “Counting Stars.”
A great music festival can usually be pared down down to a series of memorable moments, and The Denver Post’s annual Underground Music Showcase has had no shortage of them over its 14 years and thousands of shows.