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Patty Griffin at the Boulder Theater (photos)

Patty Griffin w/ John Fullbright @ Boulder Theater 10/18/14

Patty Griffin and her band captivated the audience at the Boulder Theater on Saturday.

Rocky Mountain Folks Festival: Colin Meloy, Charles Bradley and more (photos, review)

Folks Festival August 16-18

The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival — the most experimental of the Planet Bluegrass events — brought sets from Colin Meloy, Charles Bradley, John Butler Trio and more to Lyons Friday to Sunday.

Robert Plant takes a break from folk for trip-hop, psych rock

Robert Plant and the Band of Joy @ the Fillmore Auditorium

Robert Plant talks about his break from folk for his trip-hop and psych rock-inspired tour with the Sensational Space Shifters, who play Red Rocks on Wednesday.

Rocky Mountain Folks Festival 2013 lineup headliners announced: Colin Meloy, Patty Griffin and more

The Decemberists

The good word just came down the pike from Lyons: The Rocky Mountain Folks Festival 2013 lineup is out, in a preliminary stage.

SXSW 2013 Friday review: Green Day, Alt-J, Patty Griffin, Laura Mvula and more

SXSW 2013 - Day 3

So flip flops were a terrible decision on SXSW 2013’s third day. Thankfully, we made plenty of other good decisions on Thursday to balance out the pain of 15 hours on your feet in two-year-old Havaianas.

Swallow Hill Rootsfest to bring Patty Griffin and Todd Snider to Denver

Todd Snider with Great American Taxi and Drew Emmitt

Swallow Hill Rootsfest will bring Patty Griffin and Todd Snider to the Paramount Theatre in December

Long and Winding Road: Matt Morris

Matt Morris, seen here at the Bluebird Theater in 2010, will return to the venue on Friday. Photo by Brian Carney.

Matt Morris talks the Beatles, Tori Amos, Aretha and more of his musical influences

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 […]