Posts Tagged ‘ Paramount Theatre ’

Best of 2011: The year’s best concerts

Thee Oh Sees @ the Larimer Lounge

Best concerts of 2011 in Denver and beyond featuring My Morning Jacket, Adele, The Flaming Lips, Thee Oh Sees, Odd Future, Furthur and more



Why So Serious, Adam Carolla?

Adam Carolla's wildly popular, eponymous podcast has pushed him back onto the road for a string of theater dates, including his Sunday, Dec. 4 show at the Paramount Theatre.

Is Adam Carolla sexist? Is he insensitive? Is he a blue collar champ or just a cynical talk show host? In case there was any doubt, the plain-spoken former host of “Loveline” and “The Man Show” does not actually care what you think, and he’s got over 60 millions downloads of his “Adam Carolla Show” podcast to prove that he doesn’t need to.



Live review: Lucinda Williams @ the Paramount Theatre

Lucinda Williams, Blake Mills @ the Paramount Theatre

Photos and review of Lucinda Williams at the Paramount Theatre in Denver, Colorado



Photo essay: The Monkees @ the Paramount Theatre

The Monkees @ The Paramount Theatre

Photos of the Monkees at the Paramount Theatre in Denver, Colorado



Live review: Jeff Beck @ the Paramount Theatre

Jeff Beck @ the Paramount Theatre

PHOTO ESSAY: Jeff Beck @ the Paramount Theatre



Live review: Buddy Guy @ the Paramount Theatre

Buddy Guy, Moreland & Arbuckle @ the Paramount Theatre

Live review: Buddy Guy @ the Paramount Theatre



Live review: Crosby and Nash @ the Paramount Theatre

Crosby/Nash with Anais Mitchell and Molly Obrien, Rich Moore, and Eric Thorin @ Paramount Theater

PHOTOS: Crosby and Nash at the Paramount Theatre in Denver



Live review: John Prine @ the Paramount Theatre

John Prine @ Paramount Theatre

Photos and live review: John Prine commands the Paramount Theatre in Denver



Live review: Sarah McLachlan @ the Paramount Theatre

Sarah McLachlan @ the Paramount Theatre

Sarah McLachlan brings “liquid silk” voice to the Paramount Theatre



Why So Serious, Aziz Ansari?

Aziz Ansari will play Denver's Paramount Theatre on Friday -- shortly after he visits the nearest Foot Locker.

We catch up with New York-bred stand-up Aziz Ansari, who has shown up seemingly everywhere in the past year or so. From hosting the MTV Movie Awards last June to memorable turns in “Funny People” (as the bro’d-out dick-joker Randy) and NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Ansari hasn’t wanted for mainstream exposure.