30 Seconds To Mars

30 Seconds to Mars at the Fillmore Auditorium, 10-8-13 (photos)

On Tuesday, 30 Seconds To Mars landed back in Denver for the first time since 2011. The California electro-rock band led by Jared Leto performed songs from its most recent release "Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams." As its known to do, 30 Seconds To Mars dropped balloons and shot confetti around the Fillmore Auditorium and at the end gave Echelons (fans) a chance to dance on stage.

CD reviews: Timbaland, 30 Seconds to Mars

Timbaland, "Shock Value II" (Interscope) For more than a decade, Timbaland has given the kids something to dance to. The mega-producer broke out via his genre-busting work with Missy Elliott in the late-'90s, but he's gone on to work with many of the biggest names in the game.

Live review: 30 Seconds to Mars @ the Ogden Theatre

[insertReverbPhoto id="81079" photo="9"] Jared Leto and 30 Seconds to Mars played a fan-centric show at the Ogden Theatre on Wednesday. Photo by Jennifer Cohen. Two days into their first American tour in over two years, 30 Seconds to Mars took fans on a fantastic journey through their three-album history, playing to a sold-out crowd at the Ogden last night.

Offspring, Paramore @ Fiddler's Green

[photopress:offspring.jpg,full,pp_image] The Offspring performing May 18 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Photo from Offspring.com. As I sat, swayed, danced, and bounced through the Big Gig, one song kept bubbling to top of mind: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's "Whatever Happened To My Rock 'n' Roll." Surrounded by the next generation of punk rock girls and boys, happily bouncing and pogo-ing to the tunes Saturday at Fiddler's Green, I tried to share the bliss they were feeling.