Fine Gentleman’s Club

Biking Bowies and Princes to swarm this week’s Denver Cruiser Ride

Don’t be surprised to see thousands of rock stars on bicycles cruising the streets of Denver on Wednesday night. It’s the freewheeling frolic known as the Denver Cruiser Ride, and this week’s theme is “Rock & Roll Never Dies, Except….” “When we came up with the theme, David Bowie and Prince had just died,” said Brad Evans, who founded Denver Cruiser Ride in 2005.

How to survive the 2016 UMS

It's Denver's SXSW. A musical gauntlet. The running of the buzz band bulls. Whether you're a fan, an artist, a roadie or (gulp) an organizer, the Underground Music Showcase ain't for the faint of heart.

Gathering of the Juggalos set for Denver in 2017

Heads up, ninjas: Insane Clown Posse's (in)famous Gathering of the Juggalos is coming to Denver next year. The news came at Gathering of the Juggalos 17 (and was confirmed in a subsequent interview with Violent J) which just wrapped up outside of Columbus, Ohio on Saturday.

Justin Sane on Anti-Flag’s anti-TPP tour

Yeah, yeah. We’ve heard it all before. Corporations are money-hungry overlords of industry intent on enslaving the working masses without a second thought. Instead of shrugging off this unnerving fact while trying to catch yet another Rattata, what if you could help fight against a potential corporate power grab while simply attending a rock show?

Whitney: Born to lose

This is part of a series of previews showcasing bands you can catch at the 2016 Underground Music Showcase, presented by The Denver Post Community Foundation. Whitney will play the kick-off party for the UMS on Wednesday at 3 Kings Tavern.

String Cheese Incident and Hot Rize make Hot Cheese Rising at Red Rocks

Sunday night at Red Rocks, Hot Rize and String Cheese Incident, two Colorado-based bands, collaborated on something of a Centennial State music salute. Michael Kang of SCI dubbed their blend the "Hot Cheese Rising” set before all 10 players opened the second part of the concert with Willy Nelson’s “On the Road Again.” Bill Nershi announced that when SCI was getting started as a more acoustic band, Hot Rize was a big influence.