Suicidal Tendencies’ Mike Muir holds his age well, and his latest lineup of the band held its own as well at Summit Music Hall in Denver on Monday.
If you’ve been to one of the 20-plus shows at the Summit Music Hall since early October, you’ve likely noticed a difference in the sound.
GWAR descended on the Summit Music Hall in Denver on the most horror-filled night of the year to push the limits of gore, good taste, and mortality itself into outer space.
“Make up your own words to this song, and if they’re any good, please send them to us,” Breeders frontwoman Kim Deal told the Summit Music Hall on Friday before launching into a new track that had her humming in place of the lyrics.
Touring as a four-piece, Devo brought its “Hardcore” tour to Denver’s Summit Music Hall — one part celebration of Bob 2’s life and one part celebration of Devo’s blistering early days.
Pennsylvania pop punk band the Wonder Years performed at the Summit Music Hall on Friday.
Against Me! headlined a sold out show at the Summit Music Hall in Denver on Friday night.
The Ataris celebrated the 10th Anniversary of their landmark album “So Long, Astoria” by performing the album in its entirety at the Summit Music Hall on Saturday night.
Sick Puppies, Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set to Kill and Cilver stopped to play the Summit Music Hall on Monday.
Canadian punk band Propagandhi headlined a sold out Summit Music Hall show on Saturday night.