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Nanci Griffith, Greg Brown at Denver Botanic Gardens, 7/11/12 (photos and review)

Nanci Griffith - Greg Brown

Nanci Griffith and Greg Brown at Denver Botanic Gardens on 7/11/12. Photos and review of the concert.



Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Al Green, Buddy Guy, Diana Krall, more

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings @ Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Buddy Guy, Al Green, Diana Krall, more



Live review: 20th annual Folks Festival @ Planet Bluegrass Ranch

A smart mix of young blood (like Jenny Lewis, pictured above) and legends such as Richard Thompson and John Prine ushered the 20th annual Folks Festival into its first three-day sellout year. Photo by Candace Horgan, denverpost.com/reverb.

Live review: 20th annual Folks Festival @ Planet Bluegrass Ranch



Live review: Greg Brown @ the L2 Arts and Culture Center

[photopress:greg.jpg,full,pp_image] Greg Brown’s literate, thoughtful musings on the season beat mindless, piped-in carols any day. Photo from gregbrown.org. A week before Christmas, Iowa folkie Greg Brown played a concert that, like the holiday, was variously a celebration, humble exercise and occasion for worship. “I’ll start with this poem,” said Brown, taking the stage at the L2 Arts and Culture Center on Saturday alone in wide-brimmed hat, dark sunglasses, and sleeveless shirt. The e.e. cummings poem, “most this amazing day,” set a commanding, reverent tone that […]



Rocky Mountain Folks Festival @ Planet Bluegrass Ranch

[photopress:snider2.jpg,full,pp_image] Despite the rain, the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Lyons attracted the musically faithful last weekend. Photos by Candace Horgan. Imagine the plight, last weekend, of the folk festivarian. You show up Thursday, wait for hours to get a number that will gain you access to the onsite camping area, drive to the camping area, carve out a small patch of a ground, set up, and wait till tomorrow for the festival’s musical lineup to begin. By that point, the weekend’s hard, steady downpour—42 […]