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Reverb is changing

Ch-ch-ch-ch-chaaanges. They're inevitable as forgetting to cancel your Tidal account, or wishing you'd never brought your jacket to the show. Next week, they're hitting Reverb.

The legend of Gucci Mane continues with “Woptober”

[caption id="attachment_122550" align="alignnone" width="621"] Gucci Mane's "Woptober."[/caption] If you can tell the worth of an artist’s legacy by the amount of rappers who imitate their style, that bodes well for Gucci Mane, who's essentially the hip-hop "Encino Man." When Mane was sentenced to prison for three years, we saw the rise of rappers like Waka Flocka, Future, Lil Yachty, Young Thug and more -- all descendants of the Guwop lineage.

Jimmy Buffett takes fans at Red Rocks off to paradise

[caption id="attachment_122235" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Jimmy Buffett at Red Rocks Thursday October 13, 2016. (Evan Semón for Reverb)[/caption]It had been 20 years since Jimmy Buffett and his band the Coral Reefers have played the Red Rocks stage, and Buffett knew it was a special occasion for his fans.

Partying is powerful: An evening with Andrew W.K. at the Gothic

[caption id="attachment_122173" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Andrew W.K. brought his Power of Partying tour to The Gothic Theater on Oct. 11, 2016. (Michael McGrath[/caption] I went to check out Andrew W.K.’s “The Power of Partying” speaking event at the Gothic Theater on Tuesday night because, frankly, I’ve been depressed as hell about the presidential election and the current state of affairs in this country.

“Ruminations” mulls over the “real” Conor Oberst

[caption id="attachment_121668" align="aligncenter" width="384"] Conor Oberst's "Ruminations."[/caption] It’s time to get to know the real Conor Oberst. His new solo effort, “Ruminations,” due out October 14 via Nonesuch Records, is probably the most candid work he’s done since releasing Bright Eyes’ seminal album, “Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground.” What made Oberst so relatable back then is that his emotional outpourings were mostly inspired by the folly of youth.