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Live review: eTown feat. Jakob Dylan and Danny Barnes @ the Boulder Theater

After a spell in the alt-rock wilderness, Jakob Dylan has returned with a more stripped-down, emotional tone on his solo material. Photo by Joshua Elioseff.

Live review: eTown feat. Jakob Dylan and Danny Barnes @ the Boulder Theater



Photo essay: The Wallflowers @ the Denver Botanic Gardens

Photo essay: The Wallflowers @ the Denver Botanic Gardens

The Wallflowers rocked the Denver Botanic Gardens last week. Photos by Lewis Cooper. Jakob Dylan is known for many things. He’s the son of Bob Dylan. He often wears great, round-rimmed hats. And he fronts the soft-rock band the Wallflowers.



Willie Nelson @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

[photopress:willie1.jpg,full,pp_image] Willie Nelson spoke to the musically faithful at Red Rocks last week during the Democratic National Convention. Photos by Brian Carney. Some performers reach a point in their careers when they cease to be musicians and instead become icons. The shows are events, more about seeing the performer, while the music is secondary, if it matters at all. Such is the case with Willie Nelson, who played at Red Rocks on Aug. 26. Nelson didn’t go on till after 10:00 p.m., keeping the crowd [...]



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 [...]