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WTF: Should Yukon Kornelius really be considered a super group?

Traveling Wilburys? Sure. Monsters of Folk? Maybe. But a "super group" comprised of '90s bro-jam-folk-rockers? Give me a break. Full story below: DENVER (AP) — The rock super group Yukon Kornelius has rarely played a show since its busy members first performed in 2008 after appearing together in the Warren Miller ski flick "Children of Winter." On Saturday, the band — made of Dave Matthews Band bassist Stefan Lessard, Barenaked Ladies lead Ed Robertson, Guster lead Adam Gardner and Spymob drummer Eric Fawcett — plays a free show in Vail as part of the annual Vail Snow Daze.

The Reverb Interview: John Butler of the John Butler Trio

In the John Butler Trio's new "Live at Red Rocks" CD/DVD set, there's a beat that sets frontman Butler apart from the roots-dub-jam pack. A noted Australian environmentalist, Butler took the time in front of his biggest-ever headlining audience in the U.S. last June to thank American Indians, some of whom helped open his Morrison show as a part of the Denver March Powwow Dancers.

Photo essay: Yukon Kornelius @ Dobson Arena for Vail Snow Daze

[insertReverbPhoto id="82965" photo="10"] Tongue-in-cheek supergroup Yukon Cornelius dropped by Dobson Arena during Vail Snow Daze. Photo by Erik Melander. Yukon Kornelius is an appropriate name for the rock supergroup consisting of bassist Stefan Lessard (Dave Matthews Band), singer-guitarist Ed Robertson (Barenaked Ladies), singer-guitarist Adam Gardner (Guster) and drummer Eric Fawcett (Spymob), considering the band was put together during a ski/snowboard trip and its namesake is a character in the "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" TV special.

Mile High Music Festival: Mark T. Osler

[photopress:19_MHMF_TheRoots_PJEYE.jpg,full,pp_image] Hip-hop/rock masters the Roots jammed on Bob Dylan's "Masters of War" and other songs at the Mile High Music Festival on Sunday. Photos by Mark T.

Mile High Music Festival: Laurie Scavo (Day 2)

[photopress:mayer4.jpg,full,pp_image] John Mayer works his way through an afternoon set at the Mile High Music Festival on Sunday. Photo by Laurie Scavo. Reverb photographer Laurie Scavo continued to prowl the fields surrounding Dick's Sporting Goods Park during for the first-ever Mile High Music Festival, which wrapped up Sunday with more than 50,000 people in attendance.