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AEG Live’s Don Strasburg talks in a Telluride Town Council meeting earlier today. Photo by Merrick Chase Telluride has officially opened its doors to Phish. Now will the band take it up on the offer? It’s likely that the popular jam band and promoter AEG Live Rocky Mountains will soon announce two Phish shows in August, The Denver Post has learned. Earlier today, the Telluride Town Council OK’d the usage of its Town Park for the two shows, August 9-10 – the final step from [...]
Reba McEntire, “Keep on Loving You” (Starstruck Records) Bad girls. Troubled women. Neglected wives whose husbands have run off with woman half their age. Reba McEntire knows her audience, and she gives them just what they need with this memorable collection: musical anthems designed to warn them off naughty boys and coach them through the perils of middle age.
Trey Anastasio and Phish wrapped up their epic Red Rocks series with a jam-heavy series of songs that threw a few curve balls at the crowd. Photos by Lindsay McWilliams. Phish capped its now officially historic four-night stand at Red Rocks Sunday with a flourishing, monster second set that served as a fitting kicker for a run that revealed a newer, stronger and more curious than ever band.
Phish isn’t generally known for its verbatim performances, but they pulled out all the technical stops on Saturday at Red Rocks. Photos by Candace Horgan. In case anyone was thinking Phish just jams – rooting through each song for a door to another – Saturday night revealed a band that has spent many recent months practicing. In an intensely focused and tactical performance, Phish on Saturday night left the aimlessness of Friday’s show on the shelf and raced through some of its most technical, risky [...]
True Phish fans, i.e. every single person at Red Rocks Friday night, were rewarded for their vigil through the rain with a transcendent second set that may have included some of the band’s finest live moments — ever. Photos by Todd Radunsky. The rain just won’t quit. I’m huddling inside a trash bag and a stream is becoming a river underneath my feet. Waterfalls tumble down red rocks. Amid a sea of soon-to-be-swimming Phish fans, a single refrain pulses through my brain: “I got a [...]
Phish at Red Rocks, July 30, 2009. Photos by John Leyba, The Denver Post They look the same. Mike’s still got the five-string bass and the graying hair helmet. Trey still stares slack-jawed through his fire-red mop while chasing elusive jams. Fishman and Page look just as they did a decade ago, maybe minus some hair. But something about Phish is different this time around. The band’s first set Thursday at Red Rocks in 13 years saw an older, wiser band, taking their time and [...]