Fillmore Auditorium

Railroad Earth bring Nershi along for top shelf make-up show (night one)

Railroad Earth was forced to postpone last month’s show due to an illness, so when they rolled into the first of a two-night stint at The Fillmore Auditorium on Friday, it was clear fans were ready to start “chasin a rainbow.” Opening with “Happy Song,” the band quickly led fans into “420” and “Storms.” The breath and depth the band explores in every song makes it impossible to classify their sound as bluegrass, newgrass or some kind of funk infused awesomeness.

Thirty years later, the spirit of Megadeth rages on (review + photos)

If there’s one thing that’s stable about Megadeth, it’s their instability. Founded, fronted and fueled by the legendarily erratic Dave Mustaine, this is the 10th incarnation of the thrash metal icons, this time including long-time bassist Dave Ellefson (who returned in 2010 after a six-year hiatus), drummer Chris Adler (on loan from Lamb of God) and Brazilian guitar wizard Kiko Loureiro (formerly of Angra).

Umphrey’s McGee closes four-night Fillmore stand

Well, Umphrey’s McGee sure gave Colorado something to cheer about this New Year’s weekend. The band played the Fillmore Auditorium four consecutive nights and gave fans a taste of just about everything: a hit-filled opening performance Wednesday night, a three-set marathon on New Year’s Eve, an intimate VIP Reel to Reel show with never before seen footage of the band on the 1st, and even a surprise sit in with friends in The String Cheese Incident at the 1st Bank Center on Friday.

Ben Howard at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver (photos)

Not even a cold could stop English folk-rocker Ben Howard from delivering a dynamic set to the capacity Fillmore Auditorium in Denver on Saturday. Though he was admittedly not feeling well, Howard still gave the audience a selection of tracks from his debut album "Every Kingdom" and his 2014 sophomore studio album "I Forget Where We Were." Touring in support of his latest release -- which has seen commercial success overseas -- Howard will stop in Los Angeles and Portland later this month.