[insertReverbPhoto id=”83374″ photo=”6″] Robert Randolph and his family band entertained the ski-happy (and weary) crowd at Vail on Sunday night as part of Vail Snow Daze. Photo by Soren McCarty. As the sky opened up and snow began to accumulate on Sunday, Bonfire Dub was […]
[photopress:P1080997.JPG,full,pp_image] Robert Randolph and his Family Band were so smoking Monday night at the Head Count party at the Ogden Theater, firemen stormed the building ready to beat back the flames. OK, that’s a cheesy cliché. But it’s true. Some nitwit pulled the fire alarm […]
Fray singer Isaac Slade holds the mic to the audience during his band’s Day 2 headlining set of the Mile High Music Festival. Photo by Tina Hagerling. Day 2 of Mile High Music Festival had, as one apparently tripped-out dude at the Fray show told […]
The Music Builds tour lit up the Broomfield Event Center on Oct. 12. Photos by Jason Claypool. Christian acts that clump together for national tours often get a bad rap for sounding too much alike, but the Oct. 12 Music Builds tour stop at the […]
Colorado summer concert calendar 2012 as compiled by Denver Post pop music critic Ricardo Baca
Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Al Green, Buddy Guy, Diana Krall, moreApril 9th, 2012
Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Buddy Guy, Al Green, Diana Krall, more
SnowBall Music Festival’s Sunday night headliner will be STS9, as announced on the festival’s Facebook page yesterday.
SnowBall Music Festival has announced via Facebook the second round of artists appearing at next year’s three-day event. Chief among them include Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Aeroplane, Shlohmo and Robert Randolph & the Family Band.
Matisyahu won’t let exhaustion slow him down. Photo by Patrick Carney. As the afternoon rolled on and festival-goers were faced with the difficult decision between watching Thievery Corporation, 3OH!3 and Robert Randolph & The Family Band at 5:30 p.m., Reverb had the pleasure of getting […]