Bonnaroo 2015 lineup rumors: Some answers and a few guesses
UPDATE: Follow the Bonnaroo 2015 lineup announcement live right here. The giant farm party known as Bonnaroo will be announcing their lineup a little early this year in a fittingly chaotic way.
Robert Plant at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver (photos, review)
Former Led Zeppelin vocalist and lyricist, Robert Plant, refuses to cater to fans who only want more of the same. It's a rarity among performers from the classic rock era.
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters at Red Rocks, 7-10-13 (photos, review)
There are those among us who consistently approach life through the wonder-filled eyes of a child, treating the world as a vast expanse of new experiences and places to explore.
Robert Plant takes a break from folk for trip-hop, psych rock
Robert Plant was talking on the telephone from his house, which looks out on his Shropshire property, an inspiring plot of English countryside near the Wales border.
Best Colorado shows this week: Avett Brothers, Robert Plant and more
Topping our picks of best Colorado shows this week are Avett Brothers, Robert Plant, Achille Lauro and more. We’ll be seeing you there, and if you don’t make it out, follow the music musings on our Twitter @RVRB and our selfies on Instagram @heyreverb.
Kennedy Center Honors: Watch Heart’s Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” tribute
The 35th annual Kennedy Center Honors aired Wednesday night where David Letterman, Dustin Hoffman and Led Zeppelin all received awards recognizing their contributions to American culture. Read More»
Heartless Bastards find a lot to love on – and off – the road (interview)
Erika Wennerstrom's candid lyrics and no-frills songwriting would not seem to imply a flighty, focus-challenged artist. As lead singer of the Austin, Texas, quartet Heartless Bastards, the 34-year-old Ohio native peddles a sort of rootsy garage rock that recalls — and is frequently compared to — fellow Ohioans the Black Keys, whose Patrick Carney helped give the Bastards their first big break.
Feature: Nathaniel Rateliff, from UMS to U.K. and beyond
Leaving home is hard, sure. But finding your greatest success on a different continent is something much harder. When Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant recently called the music of Denver troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff "empty, fragmented and poignant," he was speaking as a fan.
Telluride 2011: Photos and recap from Day 4 in the canyon
TELLURIDE -- The 38th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival closed amid a fiery storm of music and a downpour of rain on Sunday. Festivarians could have done without the rain -- what's up, muddy tarps?
The Reverb Interview: Béla Fleck on the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, the return of the original Flecktones and more
Is the Telluride Bluegrass Festival the state's most treasured musical tradition? When you consider the festival's legacy and past artist rosters, its location and unsinkable spirit, it's quite possibly Colorado's most sacred weekend of music.
I Might Be Wrong: I hope I die before I get old
Gil Scott-Heron died on Friday. It’s a terrible shame for reasons which are legion: for his influence which many have linked up to the genesis of hip-hop, for his well-documented struggles with drugs, for his lived-in voice and for his poetic words.
Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff on “Later with Jools Holland”
Denver troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff has been turning heads across the pond for some time now, and the wave is sure to continue following his performance on "Later with Jools Holland" last night.
Live review: Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience @ the Ogden Theatre
Jason Bonham dropped the hammer of the gods on the Ogden Friday night. The son of John Bonham, the berserk-footed drummer of Led Zeppelin whose death in 1980 dethroned the greatest rock 'n' roll band of all time, directed a powerful, precise and yet personalized replica of Zeppelin that culled rabid response from the full house.
Feature: Colorado summer concert preview
As concert promoter Live Nation bleeds executives and its competitor AEG Live questions the future of festivals — including the Mile High Music Festival, which is taking this summer off — a couple of Colorado companies are seeing better-than-ever success in their music endeavors.
Talk Talk: A fresh Colorado mix tape, Glass Hits offers another hit, Communikey in Boulder and Nathaniel Rateliff making waves across the pond
Like Colorado Sounds? Casual fans of the local music scene are keenly aware that things have been poppin' for quite sometime. However, most people outside of our coordinates think we still chew on straw and wear shit-kickers.
News: Robert Plant, Emmylou Harris to headline Telluride Bluegrass in 2011
There will be a “Whole Lotta Love” at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival next summer. Robert Plant & Band of Joy will headline the 38th annual festival on June 16-19, 2011 in the Telluride Town Park, Reverb has learned.
Nashville Pussy, Hemi Cuda @ the Larimer Lounge
[photopress:P1011566sw.jpg,full,pp_image] Nashville Pussy whirled into the Larimer Lounge on Friday night to kick off a two-show stint. Photos and video by John Moore. It seems like Nashville Pussy's on a perpetual tour, criss-crossing North America with a mission to spread its version of southern-fried psychobilly as far as it can from their Atlanta base.