Summit Music Hall

Devo at the Summit Music Hall, 6-23-14 (photos, review, video)

DEVO

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.



Devo’s “hardcore” return to Denver prompted by tragedy, irreverence

Members of Devo, from left, Gerald Casale, Bob Mothersbaugh, Mike Mothersbaugh and Bob Casale, jump from a ledge outside their recording studio in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles Aug. 8, 2000. (AP Photo/JillConnelly)

As a founding member of art-rock tricksters Devo, Gerald Casale is no stranger to opportunistic stunts.



The Wonder Years at Summit Music Hall, 3-28-14 (photos)

The Wonder Years

Pennsylvania pop punk band the Wonder Years performed at the Summit Music Hall on Friday.



Against Me! at the Summit Music Hall, 3-21-14 (photos)

Against Me!

Against Me! headlined a sold out show at the Summit Music Hall in Denver on Friday night.



The Ataris at Summit Music Hall, 3-15-14 (photos)

The Ataris

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 at Summit Music Hall, 3-10-14 (photos)

Sick Puppies at the Summit Music Hall

Sick Puppies, Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set to Kill and Cilver stopped to play the Summit Music Hall on Monday.



Propagandhi at Summit Music Hall, 3-8-14 (photos)

Propagandhi

Canadian punk band Propagandhi headlined a sold out Summit Music Hall show on Saturday night.



Rocket from the Crypt at Summit Music Hall, 2-1-14 (review)

Rocket From the Crypt. Photo courtesy of the band's Facebook page.

Saturday night at The Summit Music Hall, the recently reformed Rocket from the Crypt blew the doors off with a blistering set of amped up rock and roll.



Naked Raygun at Summit Music Hall, 1-31-14 (review)

Riot Fest Day Two

Naked Raygun played an excellent 75-minute set at Summit Music Hall on Friday.



Soda Jerk Presents takes corporatism out of music promotion

Soda Jerk Presents is one of the few challengers to the big AEG Live for music promotion. Owner Mike Barsch on Thursday, January 16, 2014 on the stage at the Summit Music Hall, 1902 Blake Street, in LoDo, one of their venues. (Denver Post Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon)

Mike Barsch’s Soda Jerk Presents acts as the DIY, independent alternative to corporate music promoters like Live Nation and AEG Live in Denver.