Lola Black named “Best Band in Denver” by 106.7 KBPI

Early Thursday morning 106.7 KBPI’s Willie B. announced that Lola Black has joined the ranks of just six other local bands to hold the station’s “Best Band in Denver” title.The female-fronted rock band also made station history with Lola Black being the first woman to even advance past the semi-final rounds — let alone win the title.

Colorado summer concert guide: Nine Inch Nails, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne and more

Summer. The sun shines, Red Rocks awaits and any park bench has the power to become a stage. It’s the season for BYO picnics at the Botanic Gardens and sun-drenched tailgates in the parking lot, singalong road trips to Telluride and warm community neighborhood festivals, adrenaline rushes in warehouse-district rock clubs and nights of friendship and laughter on the expansive lawn at Fiddler’s Green.

Pop Evil’s Leigh Kakaty talks “The Boss’s Daughter,” touring, more

Pop Evil has been a perpetual "band on the rise" since it was first signed in 2007. The Michigan group has toured nonstop for five years in the supporting role for acts like 3 Doors Down and Theory of A Deadman, but after the release of its latest single, “The Boss’s Daughter” and recent endorsements from hard rock heavyweights Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars of Motley Crue, 2012 may be the band's biggest year yet.