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.
Reverb has rounded up the biggest music news stories of 2013, including the Colorado floods, the Churchill breakup and more.
With a tree, a giant snowflake and microphone stands wound with strands of white lights, OneRepublic brought holiday cheer to the Ogden Theatre on Friday for their 3rd Annual Denver Acoustic Christmas.
After the hashtag, #get1DtoClaire gained traction on Twitter, One Direction responded with a video message sending support to Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis.
Dave Matthews, members of the Lumineers, DeVotchKa, Nathaniel Rateliff and Big Head Todd and the Monsters helped raise $500,000 with the Colorado Rising flood benefit concert.
Wearing her own cheerleader outfit and her band in football uniforms, Katy Perry performs a five-song concert at Lakewood High School.
Dave Matthews, the Fray, Big Head Todd and the Mosters, Members of the Lumineers, Devotchka, Nathaniel Rateliff and more will team up for a Colorado flood relief concert at 1stBank Center.
After four days of music, UMS 2013 didn’t stumble or crash to a close on Sunday with sets from Born in the Flood, Lord Huron and more.
UMS 2013 came to a close on Sunday with shows from the Dirty Femmes, RUMTUM, SHEL and an appearance by Gov. John Hickenlooper on the festival main stage.