Rob Drabkin’s birthday concert at the Bluebird Theater
Denver's Rob Drabkin brought his music and smile to his annual birthday bash at the Bluebird Theater on Saturday night. His enthusiasm for performing gives his live show an energy that comes through whether he is covering Paul Simon, Van Morrison, or offering up an original song in the same style.
G-Eazy, A$AP Ferg and Neff the Pharoah at the 1stBank Center
"I Mean It" rapper G-Eazy performed at Broomfield's 1stBank Center on Sunday with Neff the Pharoah and A$AP Mob's A$AP Ferg. Check out our photos of the show below.
David Bowie: A photo retrospective
News of legendary British pop singer David Bowie's passing on Sunday night has resounded across the music world this morning. As a musician, producer and icon, Bowie had an inestimable influence on pop music as we know it, and as evidenced by his just-released album "Blackstar," a creative mind that bore fascinating fruit until the end.
Decadence rings in 2016 with a bass-heavy NYE at the Colorado Convention Center
Decadence rounded off its second night at the Colorado Convention Center with performances by Odesza, Hardwell, Big Gigantic and many more to ring in 2016.
Raury radiates positivity at his Larimer Lounge show
Nineteen-year-old singer/rapper Raury wowed a sold-out Larimer Lounge on Friday with an explosive set of pop, R&B and hip-hop songs off of his debut album, "All We Need." Much like openers The Reminders and Lily Fangz, Raury exuded positivity in his music and banter, urging the crowd at one point to turn to the person next to them and give them a hug to spread the love.
Twenty One Pilots at the Gothic Theater
Youth On Record presented their annual Dream Gig on Friday night featuring Twenty One Pilots and locals Pandas and People. The fundraiser puts big bands in relatively small venues with all proceeds benefiting Youth On Record.
The best concert photos of 2015
Unless you're an intrepid multitasker, concert coverage is a two-person job. Writer or photographer: choose your own adventure. Needless to say, they aren't created equal.
The Milk Carton Kids tickle the ribs and strings at the Boulder Theater
The Milk Carton Kids and Julian Lage played a sold-out, reserved-seating show at The Boulder Theater on Wednesday night, a move that cast an elegant light on the evening.
Not So Silent Night 2015: Bastille, Cold War Kids and more
Bastille, Cold War Kids, The Airborne Toxic Event, The Wombats and AMZY charged the stage at Broomfield's 1st Bank Center on Saturday night. The annual showcase has brought the likes of Cage the Elephant, Young The Giant and Rise Against to the venue in past years.
Booker T brings vintage funk to the Oriental Theater
Legendary soul man Booker T. Jones brought his band to The Oriental Theater Saturday night. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy award lifetime achievement recipient blasted through Booker T.
Parkway Drive, Miss May I shred the Fillmore Auditorium
Australian Metal-core stalwarts Parkway Drive brought their Ire tour to the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver on Tuesday night. The band is currently touring on their new album "Ire," which was released this past September.
Tesseract at Summit Music Hall
Tesseract brought its angular, technical metal to an enthusiastic, young crowd at the Summit Music Hall Saturday night. Despite the dark light show, the band bludgeoned forward as a unit, playing quirky, dynamic shifts that made up in musicianship what it lacked it melody.
Greensky Bluegrass at the Ogden Theatre (night two) (photos)
Colorado fans showed their support for jamgrass power outfit Greensky Bluegrass on Friday night with a banner professing the state's love for the band. Photographer Adam Good was on hand to capture the evening.
Chance the Rapper at the Fillmore Auditorium
Chicago hip-hop wunderkind Chance the Rapper stopped by the Fillmore Auditorium on Monday on his Family Matters tour. Chance was joined by D.R.A.M., who has made waves in the hip-hop world with his recent debut album, "Gahdamn!," and a plagiarism accusation leveled at Drake.
Angel Haze jumps in the crowd at the Bluebird Theater
Fiery hip-hop MC Angel Haze stopped by the Bluebird Theater on Wednesday night for a live look at her new album, "Back to the Woods." Haze blurred the line between crowd and performer, jumping into the audience and inviting them onstage during the show.
New Found Glory and Yellowcard at Summit Music Hall
New Found Glory and Yellowcard brought a heavy dose of mid-00's pop punk nostalgia to a sold-out Summit Music Hall on Tuesday night. Tigers Jaw slotted in as the show's opener.
Halsey at the Gothic Theatre (photos)
Singer-songwriter Halsey, aka Ashley Frangipane, stopped by Denver's Gothic Theatre on Monday night for a colorful set of electro pop. Halsey is touring in support of her debut album, "Badlands" which was released this summer.
Sturgill Simpson at the Ogden Theatre (photos)
Neo-country singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson played the Ogden Theatre on Thursday evening for his first show of a two-night stand. Simpson was joined by blue collar comedian Billy Wayne Davis, who served as the evening's opener.
Post-GWAR: I was there (crowd photos)
No one comes out clean after seeing GWAR. Rather, it's a question of how disheveled, "blood"-soaked and pulverized you'll end up. Related: Check out photos from GWAR's Halloween 2015 show For the zealots who fight their way to the front, the damage is obvious--and so is the pride.
The horror: GWAR’s Summit Music Hall-oween (photos)
For the second year in a row, demonic rock minions GWAR ambled through the doors of the Summit Music Hall to blast Denver humans with punishing riffs and buckets of fake blood.
King Diamond’s kicks off U.S. tour with theatrical Denver show
It was a fitting precursor to Halloween Thursday evening when Danish Metal veteran King Diamond stopped by the Fillmore Auditorium with a theatrical spectacle of a show to kick off his 2015 U.S. tour.
Korn plays multi-platinum “Korn” in its entirety at the Fillmore
On Wednesday, nu-metal pioneers Korn brought their 20th Anniversary tour to the Fillmore Auditorium, performing their multi-platinum self-titled release in its entirety before ending the show with a handful of other fan favorites.
Deafheaven brings “New Bermuda” to life at the Summit Music Hall
Deafheaven brought their critically-acclaimed new album, "New Bermuda," to Denver's Summit Music Hall on Saturday. Reverb photographer Vy Pham was on hand to shoot the prim black-metal band in action.
Photos: Run The Jewels fires up the Ogden Theatre
Double-barreled hip-hop duo Run The Jewels shook the Ogden Theatre last night with the first of their two Denver shows. Jordan Asher, AKA rapper-producer Boots, opened for El-P and Killer Mike, performing in anticipation of his upcoming album "AQUΛRIA." Reverb photographer Michael McGrath was on hand to document the hip-hop-heavy evening.