Posts Tagged ‘ Robert Randolph ’

Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph at Denver Botanic Gardens, 9/1/12 (photos and review)

Buddy Guy/Robert Randolph @ Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Denver Botanic Gardens

Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph at Denver Botanic Gardens, 9/1/12 (photos and review)



Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Al Green, Buddy Guy, Diana Krall, more

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings @ Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series 2012 lineup to feature Buddy Guy, Al Green, Diana Krall, more



Live review: Robert Randolph and the Family Band, the Sheepdogs @ the Boulder Theater

Robert Randolph w/ The Sheepdogs @ Boulder Theater 10/21/11

With Robert Randolph, who played the Boulder Theater on Friday, the pedal steel isn’t a guitar anymore — it’s an altar.



Live review: Robert Randolph and the Family Band @ the Ogden Theatre

Robert Randolph @ Ogden Theatre

Robert Randolph offers a family affair at the Ogden Theatre



Long and Winding Road: Robert Randolph

Robert Randolph plays the pedal steel like no other. Photo courtesy of MySpace.

From Bobby Brown to the Black Keys, Robert Randolph’s musical evolution



Robert Randolph & The Family Band @ the Ogden Theatre

[photopress:P1080997.JPG,full,pp_image] Robert Randolph and his Family Band were so smoking Monday night at the Head Count party at the Ogden Theater, firemen stormed the building ready to beat back the flames. OK, that’s a cheesy cliché. But it’s true. Some nitwit pulled the fire alarm halfway through Randolph’s first encore. The ever-grinning and head-bobbing Randolph played along, even seemingly tweaking his rhythm to merge with the wah-wahing alarm and flashing lights. So the show ended a tad early, but Ogdenites left undeniably sated after a [...]



Keb' Mo' @ Denver Botanic Gardens

[photopress:KebMo.jpg,full,pp_image] Keb’ Mo’ keeps it clean and bright. Messy, he ain’t. Photo from kebmo.net. With simple riffs and expressive lyrics, the Type A Mo’ (a.k.a. Kevin Moore) delivers a sort of the dentist’s-office version of the gritty, fiery Delta Blues that spilled from the ramshackled banks of the muddy Mississippi Delta a century ago. Under a threatening sky at Denver’s Botanic Gardens last Tuesday, Mo’ offered his version of the blues: upbeat, poppy, gospel-tinged and reggae-lilted licks, all anchored in timeless chords. They call it [...]