Posts Tagged ‘ The Black Sheep ’

Son Volt at the Black Sheep, 7-16-13 (photos, review)

Son Volt @ The Black Sheep

On Tuesday night, Son Volt played an intimate show at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, marking the band’s third Colorado gig in four days.



Steal This Track: Listen to Flobots’ “The Circle in the Square” in its entirety

Flobots will release "The Circle And The Square" on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of the artist.

We have an exclusive sneak peak at Flobots’ yet-to-be-released album – “The Circle In The Square” — in its entirety!



The Reverb Interview: Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying will play the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on Saturday. Photo courtesy of MySpace.

The Reverb Interview: Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying



The Gay Blades record — and give away — a song for Colorado

New York's the Gay Blades wrote and recorded a song for Colorado.

New York’s the Gay Blades wrote and recorded a special song, just for Colorado, in advance of its Friday night performance at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs.



Live review: Against Me! @ the Black Sheep

Live review: Against Me! @ the Black Sheep

Live review: Against Me! @ the Black Sheep



Photo essay: Watchout! Theres Ghosts, Electric Valentine @ the Black Sheep

Beautiful hair was in abundance at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs. Photo by Denise Chambers, heyreverb.com.

Photo essay: Watchout! Theres Ghosts, Electric Valentine @ the Black Sheep



Photo essay: Jeremy Facknitz, Benjamin Pratt, Leftmore, Mark's Midnight Carnival Show @ the Black Sheep

[insertReverbPhoto id="83998" photo="14"] Jeremy Facknitz’s mix of covers and original material won over the small but vocal crowd at the Black Sheep on Thursday. Photo by Denise Chambers. When I walked into the Black Sheep on Thursday night for an evening of Colorado Springs music, Benjamin Pratt was closing his set with Adam Sandler’s “Hanukkah Song.” I almost walked out the door, but the words of my editor were swimming around my brain: “Don’t be afraid to try something you’ve never seen before or aren’t [...]



Photo essay: State Radio, Elephant Revival @ the Black Sheep

Photo essay: State Radio, Elephant Revival @ the Black Sheep

State Radio seems an unlikely band to play Colorado Springs, but they obliged their fans — and then some — at the Black Sheep on Wednesday. Photos by Denise Chambers. “Thank you for coming here!” That phrase rang out several times from a woman in the audience at the Black Sheep on Wednesday night. (That, and “washboard, washboard, washboard.”) The first chant was a note of gratitude to State Radio for making a stop in Colorado Springs on their “Let It Go” tour. Even I [...]



Live review: Paper Route, the Epilogues and A Definite Maybe @ the Black Sheep

Live review: Paper Route, the Epilogues and A Definite Maybe @ the Black Sheep

Paper Route, above, was great last week at the Black Sheep, but the Nashville band was upstaged by locals the Epilogues, who put on an excellent show. Photos by Denise Chambers. It was a pretty thin crowd at the Black Sheep on Wednesday, but that didn’t stop Paper Route and the Epilogues from putting on a great show. Paper Route was pretty good, and I’m a fan of their music. But it was the Epilogues who stole the night. Their energy was infectious. When they [...]