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Lyle Lovett gives a nod to promoter Chuck Morris at Red Rocks show (photos, review)

Texas’ treasured troubadour Lyle Lovett gave a tip of his hat to Colorado’s beloved promoter Chuck Morris on Tuesday at Red Rocks, telling the not-near-capacity crowd that seeing his old friend was “like seeing family.” In a moment of mid-set, pre-song silence, a loud voice from the back of the crowd boomed “You guys are awesome!” “You guys are awesomer,” Lovett responded, noting how privileged he felt to pursue his passion for music.

DeVotchKa, Colorado Symphony Orchestra at Red Rocks (photos, review)

Nick Urata is aging. Of course he is -- we all are. But with Urata, it's almost impossible to tell. His visage, anchoring the brilliant Colorado Symphony Orchestra at Red Rocks on Thursday night (the fourth consecutive year the two musical giants have combined efforts at the iconic amphitheater), revealed little change from the first time his band DeVotchKa shared this stage with them.

Death Cab For Cutie at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (photos, review)

Seventeen years ago the Washington indie powerhouse known as Death Cab For Cutie released its first album as a full four-member band -- 1998’s "Something About Airplanes." After nearly two decades of touring, a major label deal, marriage, divorce and relocation, that four piece is down to a core of three full-time members touring on the release of their eighth studio album.