Joshua Elioseff

The Head and the Heart at the Boulder Theater, 9/23/12 (photos)

The members of the Head and the Heart brought their trademark beautiful harmonies to the Boulder Theater on Sunday night. From the opening notes to the two encore songs -- a haunting "Honey Come Home" and a powerful "Down in the Valley," the audience never stopped singing and dancing.

Railroad Earth at the Boulder Theater, 9/13/12 (photos)

The Boulder Theater undulated with sound and gyrating bodies on Thursday evening as Railroad Earth took the stage, playing to a packed house. Throngs swarmed the Boulder Theater for this show, originally promised as part of a package deal along with the band's Red Rocks date with Umphrey's McGee on Friday.

Hank 3 at the Boulder Theater, 9/4/12 (photos)

With the looks of his granddaddy, the ornery country pride of his father, and the spirit and songs all his own, Hank Williams III, the third generation of his family to make it big on the country scene, kept this crowd stomping at the Boulder Theater on Tuesday.

Live review: Galactic @ the Ogden Theatre

When Galactic comes to town you never know exactly what you are going to get, but you know it will be funky. Touring in support of its newest album “Carnivale Electricos,” a work dedicated to the carnival spirit of the band's home city of New Orleans, Galactic returned to Denver Friday night for the first of a two-night run at the Ogden Theatre dubbed “Paddy Gras.” The wishful combination of Mardi Gras and St.

Live review: Soulive @ the Fox Theatre

Jazz-funk trio Soulive kicked off its three-day mini-festival at the Fox Theatre on Friday, the aptly titled "Snowlive." In addition to three nights of music with special guests JJ Grey and the Hartswick Horns (led by Jennifer Hartswick of the Trey Anastasio Band), the weekend featured a series of musical workshops led by the band and a Sunday performance of its well-received 2010 album of Beatles instrumentals, “Rubber Soulive.” Friday’s show offered a peppering of the band’s original staples -- from the improvisation of “El Ron” to the cerebral odd time of “One in Seven” -- but was themed mostly around soul and R&B classics.

Photo essay: Kung Fu @ the Fox Theatre

It was a very snowy evening in Boulder, but that didn't stop the many brave souls who crowded the Fox Theatre to see three jamming rock/funk bands -- two local, one national -- that graced the stage.