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Radio’s eTown, a Boulder stage for James Taylor, Emmylou Harris, Buddy Guy, Neko Case even Al Gore

Boulder's eTown Hall has seen a lot of action lately — especially for a venue that's not even officially finished. The 89-year-old former church, which is undergoing a $5 million renovation, is the new home of eTown, the liberal-minded music-and-conversation radio show that reaches more than 300 stations and an estimated 1 million listeners each week.

Mile Marker: Lydia Loveless

Lydia Loveless has a huge, throaty voice hidden within her small, delicate frame. We were captivated by Loveless from the moment we first heard 2011's "Indestructible Machine," a rough-and-retro country record that's a lot closer to the music of Texas saloons than the kind that's spewing out of the Nashville machine.

Live review: The New Pornographers @ the Ogden Theatre

A near- capacity crowd packed the Ogden last Wednesday night as the New Pornographers returned to Denver to promote their recent CD, “Together.” The band’s 2010 tour has sold out in many cities, despite less attention from the rock press, in favor of newer “flavor of the month” acts.

10 Most Gut-Wrenching Songs of the Aughts: Weigh in

This is just one man’s random, subjective and sadly experienced countdown of the 10 most gut-wrenching songs of the Aughts. Join the conversation by adding your suggestions as comments below, and together we’ll come up with a veritable compendium of heartache, loss and regret ...