Continuing with the “Inside The Score” series, the Colorado Symphony welcomed guitar virtuoso Steve Vai to the Boettcher Concert Hall on Friday.
Charming and cheesy, Cher’s third farewell tour had the singer dancing and sweating in bikinis, headdresses and sequins for 97 minutes at the Pepsi Center in Denver on Wednesday.
Before her tour with Cher hits Denver’s Pepsi Center on Wednesday, Cyndi Lauper talks Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and “True Colors” becoming an anthem for a younger generation.
It’s true. Cher will sing on the next Wu-Tang Clan album. Listen to a preview here.
Gregory Alan Isakov joined the Colorado Symphony Orchestra at Boettcher Concert Hall on Friday for CSO’s first sell-out of the season.
Fiona Apple performed a cheerful set at Denver’s Boettcher Concert Hall on Friday. She was even calm enough to poke fun at her MTV VMA speech and Portland breakdown.
Just ahead of the release of her first album in about 12 years, Cher has announced a North American tour that includes a stop at Denver’s Pepsi Center.
Cher’s first album in 12 years will include collaborations with Pink, Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears and Denver’s Matt Morris who wrote her first single, “Woman’s World.”
Georgia Holt, mom of Cher, releases her country music collection recorded 33 years ago, and breaks on to the top charts.
Buckcherry vocalist Josh Todd opened up to Reverb about the personal experiences that inspired the concept album, including his father’s suicide.