A Real Cool Time
The other Stooges
By Captain America
Mention The Stooges, and Iggy Pop—the brash and charismatic streetwalking cheetah himself—immediately comes to mind. His self-destructive persona (onstage and off) attracted an audience like a crowd of onlookers at a horrific traffic accident. They drifted off when the bleeding stopped and the ambulance pulled away. Those few who appreciated the ferocious music stuck around to see what brothers Scott (drums) and Ron (guitar) Asheton were doing.
Elizabeth W. Hughes
Scene and Heard
The Flaming Lips in Telluride
By Elizabeth W. Hughes
I don’t know if it was the sizable strong ales I sampled at Steamworks Brewery in Durango or the sublime fog gathering in the valley, but I could already feel the Brews & Blues Festival building toward a magical, psychedelic climax.
Miguel Zenón Alma Adentro: The Puerto Rican Songbook · Warm Ghost The Narrows · Tropical Popsicle "The Age of Attraction EP"
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Flyer on the Wall
It seems like it was over before it even began! Rock and roll duo the Elevator Boys plays for the last time on Friday, Sept. 23. The show—opened by Great White Buffalo and Joe Cardillo (Scrams singer, performing solo for the first time)—happens at 8 p.m. at The Tan (formerly Normal Gallery, 1415 Fourth Street SW). Admission to this all-ages night of loving and fighting and rocking is $5. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)
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Vampires Everywhere! • rock • Consider Me Dead • Set to Stun
By August March
Metalcore masters Vampires Everywhere! will be rising from their decrepit coffins…
Too Close To Touch • rock, alternative at The Co-Op
Abandon Open Mic • hosted by Ruben Vail & Wasted Inc. at Burt's Tiki LoungeMore Recommended Events ››