Red Rocks

Death Cab For Cutie at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (photos, review)

Seventeen years ago the Washington indie powerhouse known as Death Cab For Cutie released its first album as a full four-member band -- 1998’s "Something About Airplanes." After nearly two decades of touring, a major label deal, marriage, divorce and relocation, that four piece is down to a core of three full-time members touring on the release of their eighth studio album.

Watch: Morrissey performs “Kiss Me a Lot” on Jimmy Fallon

After a few years of health and personal problems, Morrissey finally seems to be in full form. He proved he's back to fighting strength on Thursday with a ravishing performance of "Kiss Me a Lot" on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." With a metallic green shirt ensemble and his signature chest hair front and center, the former Smiths frontman breezed through the track from his 2014 album, "World Peace Is None of Your Business." Morrissey also hasn't lost his assertive air of bravado in his stage swagger that hasn't been seen since the release of "Ringleader of the Tormentors." Colorado fans should keep their fingers crossed that it will last -- no fan altercations and no cancellations -- as Morriessy is scheduled to play Red Rocks on July 16 with the magnetic Baltimore band, Future Islands, on opening detail.

PHOTOS: Drake and Lil Wayne Red Rocks Amphitheatre (review)

Lil Wayne and Drake are the rap game’s equivalent to President Barack Obama and VP Joe Biden. There’s the obvious competition, respect for each other’s talent and dubious public joshing -- not to mention the fact that while they’re on the same team, audiences love each equally but for totally different reasons.