Ogden Theatre

Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff plays Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show”

The late-night television trifecta is complete. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have appeared on Fallon, Conan and now, Colbert. No apologies for those fans expecting for an encore performance of "S.O.B." Instead, on Monday night, the Stax-signed act flexed their muscles on their debut album's opening track, "I Need Never Get Old." The cohesive display from some Denver's proudest musical sons captured a time when an 8-track was a distant idea.

Hot Chip at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)

London-based indie electro-pop group Hot Chip played a sold out Ogden Theatre on May 28, making for another summer dance party on Colfax. The band was formed in the same early 2000s wave of indie dance that spawned Chromeo and LCD Soundsystem, and after more than a decade of touring, they’ve clearly had time to refine their show.

Gregory Alan Isakov at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)

Just as their first song was fading to a close, Mandolin Orange's Emily Frantz looked at the sold out Ogden Theatre and said, "I knew there were going to be 1600 of you here tonight, I just didn't know you were all going to be listening." And for the rest of the Thursday night, that's what the audience did, they listened, with rapt attention to a night of soaring folk music.

Hozier at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)

Standing six-foot-five, singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne, aka Hozier, would tower over any crowd -- stage or not. Factor in the good four-foot lift of the stage at the sold out Ogden Theatre, and fans on Wednesday were dwarfed as they gathered to see the giant Irishman with a voice of equal prowess.