Monthly Archives: April 2016


Unfortunately, I have been unable to download an album for a review this week, so I am going to cancel this week’s review and will focus on next week’s. I am a little relieved, considering I wasn’t necessarily feeling any of the albums, this week. I am a huge fan of Mike Dillon’s and can truly appreciate the inventiveness of Snarky Puppy, but wasn’t feeling analytical enough for jazz. I was considering the new releases from either Travis and Rogue Wave, and was leaning toward the latter. I guess we’ll never know. Check-in tomorrow for the list of new releases for the first Friday of May. That’s What I Know, So That’s What I Know!!


1929- Johnny Horton (singer; “The Battle Of New Orleans”; died in 1960)

Johnny Horton “North To Alaska” live video link here

1943- Bobby Vee (singer; “Take Good Care Of My Baby”)            73 yrs.

1966. Bobby Vee The Night

1947- Col. Bruce Hampton Ret. (vocals, musician w/ Aquarium Rescue Unit, Fiji Mariners, The Codetalkers, The Quark Alliance + more)                       69 yrs.

Also, if you look at all the

Col. Bruce Hampton, Retired “So Glad” live video link here.

1948- Wayne Kramer (member of MC5; had 1969 album “Kick Out The Jams”)        68 yrs.


MC5 w/ Wayne Kramer “Kick Out The Jams” video link here.

1967- Turbo B (member of Snap!; “The Power”)                      49 yrs.

Ecccer volt hol nem volt,

1968- Ben Ayers (guitar + vocals w/ Cornershop)                       48 yrs.

Ben Ayres (Cornershop): The

Cornershop w/ Ben Ayers “Brimful Of Asha” video link here.

1969- Paulo “Destructor” JR (member of Sepultura)                              47 yrs.

Ο Paulo Jr εντάχθηκε στους

1971- Chris Henderson (guitarist w/ 3 Doors Down)                        45 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for some of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



I decided that I had waited long enough to post about the early line-up announcements for Ned Fest 18, up in Nederland, just west of Boulder in the Flatirons. My wife and I have attended this fairly intimate mountain festival for nine years, and have been fortunate enough to see Dr. John, Sam Bush, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, David Grisman Quintet, Leftover Salmon, The Motet, Elephant Revival and many more, on the Ned Fest stage. This year’s three day festival could possibly be hosting one of the best line-ups in the festivals history, even though there are still a few acts to be released, including a headliner slot.

A few weeks ago, Ned Fest made its first Facebook posting about this year’s line-up, letting us know that Kyle Hollingsworth from The String Cheese Incident will be bringing his band to Nederland for the first of two main stage sets on Friday, August 26. Then, about a week later, they revealed that Sunday evening’s headliner would be Denver’s own Paper Bird. Things were pretty quiet for a couple of weeks, until last week when they revealed that pedal steel giant, Roosevelt Collier would be bringing his Colorado Get Down featuring The String Cheese Incident’s, Billy Nershi, to the Ned Fest stage, in the middle of the day on Saturday, August 27. At the beginning of this week, it was unveiled that Melvin Seals & JGB would be bringing their sweet soul rocking sounds to this year’s fest on Saturday. All these announcements were awesome, but the icing on the cake so far, has to be the announcement of Saturday’s headliner, the legendary Taj Mahal Trio. Besides these incredible acts, the Sunday of Ned Fest starts with some local youth putting their talent and the funds from this non-profit festival to good use on the Ned Fest stage.

The Kyle Hollingsworth Band has been The String Cheese Incident keyboardist’s side project for many years and has performed a couple of times at the mountain fest. The band is an excellent vehicle for Kyle’s original compositions and some eclectic covers, not to mention some superb improvisation.

Paper Bird is a Denver-based old-timey harmonious folk sextet, that has been performing nationally for several years, with a new album being produced by music legend, John Oates. They will close out this year’s festival with the gentle beauty of their mountain meadow sound, at 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Roosevelt Collier is a pedal steel guitar player, who was a member of the gospel group, The Lee Boys. For the last few years, Roosevelt has found himself on stages with the likes of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and more, but most recently, Roosevelt’s Colorado Get Downs have featured everyone from banjoist Andy Thorn (Leftover Salmon), dobro player Andy Hall (The Infamous Stringdusters) to members of The Motet and more. The String Cheese Incident’s Billy Nershi, has been a recent participant in the Get Downs and will be joining Roosevelt at Ned Fest on Saturday for the 4 p.m. slot.

Melvin Seals was the keyboardist for the Jerry Garcia Band for about fifteen years before Jerry’s death, but Melvin has managed to continue the band in his memory, with several line-up changes, while remaining true to the music that Jerry loved outside of the Grateful Dead. I have seen Melvin and company, several times and have always thoroughly enjoyed the experience, especially the couple of times I have seen them at Ned Fest. This Ned Fest favorite will take to the stage at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 27.

The big announcement up to this point has to be the addition of Saturday night’s headliner, the legendary Taj Mahal. Taj has been making music for decades and unlike many artists that are constantly borrowing from the blues, Taj is continuously giving back to the blues with a better understanding of the universality of the music. Though his music is usually considered to be blues, he is a true proponent of music from every corner of the planet. I have had the pleasure of seeing Taj live a couple of times, and am tickled at another opportunity to see this man perform, especially in such a wonderful setting.

Ned Fest 2018 three day passes are available now for $135, until the weekend of the festival, when those will go up a bit. They have also just released $55 tickets for just Saturday with single day tickets for Friday and Sunday, going on sale soon!! That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!



Last night was the first of three nights that the John Kadlecik Band are playing in our damp state. Originally the show was slated to have an opening set by Whiskey Tango, but when I arrived to Hodi’s around 9:45 p.m., I found out that there was no opener and that John K. and company had already been on stage for a song or two. They were near the end of  the Jerry Garcia staple “They Love Each Other” which sounded remarkable. I found out that they had opened with the Motown classic “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)”. The quartet pulled-off “Sister Smile” from one of John’s earliest projects called Hairball Willie. It was excellent with some country-Dead flavor for that southwestern kick. The sweet keywork and tasty guitar, made “Lazy River Road” a hammock of amazing memories. One of the show’s highlights was when bassist, Klyph Black took lead vocals on a stunning rendition of Jefferson Airplane’s “Good Shepherd”, which provided some impressive organ and stellar guitar by John. They delved into John’s more than a decade old project called The Mix with the electric-folk feel of “Upon The Lowland Sea”. Then John went back in his repertoire from a couple of decades ago, with the Dead-Phish, early 90’s island jam feel of “Seen Love”. A rousing but unsurprising version of The Grateful Dead’s “Deal” ended the spectacular first set.

After about a half an hour set break, the band wasted no time getting into the second set with a slower “Shakedown Street”, that soon built to a huge jam. The foursome put an excellent reggae groove on Van Morrison’s “It Stoned Me”. The group played a song I didn’t know, followed by the Garcia-Hunter flavor of “It’s Alright”, which was full of a killer “Dark Star” jam. Kadlecik’s take on “Don’t Let Go” was still a psychedelic vehicle, but was much shorter than many versions that I have heard. That was followed by a groovy version of Bob Dylan’s “She Belongs To Me”, including some steel guitar sounds, to drive the Americana vibe, home. John invoked the spirit of Garcia on a wonderful “I’ll Take A Melody”, which was followed by an explosive “I Know You Rider”, with the keyboardist, taking a verse, on the vintage tune. Though John had thanked the crowd and the stage had gone dark, the band didn’t leave the stage before breaking into another Dylan number, “When I Paint My Masterpiece”, that had a little taste of dreamy mandolin to it. The guys left the stage, but returned, to a loud stationary crowd, seemingly surprised that we wanted more. After a minute to discuss, the quartet ended the night in phenomenal fashion with an extremely danceable, “After Midnight”, that ended up stretching the show to about three hours of music.

I have been seeing and hearing John Kadlecik for about twenty years, and have never ceased to be awed by his guitar skill, as well as his vocal similarity to Jerry Garcia. The John Kadlecik Band is no exception. Between the originals and several live staples from both Jerry Garcia’s and the Grateful Dead’s repertoire, the music kept everyone on their toes with a loyalty to the legacy of the greats, while adding adventurous explorations to the mix. Besides his extraordinary playing, John really put his vocal prowess on full display, last night. With two more shows left in Colorado, I have to highly recommend that anyone who loves the styles of music that make the jam scene so incredible, either check-out the John Kadlecik Band at the Oriental Theatre in Denver, tonight, or tomorrow night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder. JKB may not be a straight-up Dead tribute band, but there is no denying the amazing music that pours in rivers from these exceptional musicians.

SET I: How Sweet It Is, They Love Each Other, Sister Smile, Lazy River Road, Good Shepherd, Upon The Lowland Sea, Seen Love, Deal

SET II: Shakedown Street, And It Stoned Me, ? , It’s Alright*, Don’t Let Go, She Belongs To Me, I’ll Take A Melody, I Know You Rider, When I Paint My Masterpiece

ENCORE: After Midnight

That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!!


1899- Duke Ellington (composer/bandleader/pianist; worked w/ Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday; died in 1974)

Duke Ellington - Wikipedia

Duke Ellington “Take The A Train” video link here.

1928- Carl Gardner (member of The Coasters; died in 2011)

Carl Gardner

1933- Willie Nelson (singer/songwriter/guitar; co-founder of Farm Aid; wrote “Crazy” for Patsy Cline)         83 yrs.

Willie Nelson is approaching

Willie Nelson “Whiskey River” live video link here.

1938- Klaus Voorman (bassist w/ Manfred Mann + Plastic Ono Band)        78 yrs.

Klaus Voormann has been

1945- Tammi Terrell (singer; had hits w/ Marvin Gaye; died in 1970)

With Gaye, Terrell scored 7

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” live video link here.

1947- Tommy James (member of The Shondells; “Hanky Panky”)                   69 yrs.

TOMMY JAMES, hitmaker with his

Tommy James & The Shondells “Draggin The Line / Crystal Blue Persuasion”
video link here.

1953- Bill Drummond (producer/ A&R man/writer/musician; member of Big In Japan; formed KLF; “3 AM Eternal”)                63 yrs.

Bill Drummond

1960- Phil King (bassist w/ Lush)                                 56 yrs.

Phil King Needs Wheels

Lush w/ Phil King “Sweetness & Light” live video link here.

1968- Carnie Wilson (member of Wilson Phillips; daughter of Brian Wilson)                    48 yrs.

1973- Mike Hogan (bassist w/ The Cranberries)                       43 yrs.

Noel Hogan Mike Hogan from The

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a few of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



1945- John Wolters (drummer w/ Dr. Hook; died in 1997)

drums, vocals & percussion

Dr. Hook w/ John Wolters “The Cover Of The Rolling Stone” live video link here.

1953- Kim Gordon (bassist, guitarist + vocalist w/ Sonic Youth; artist/record producer/ video director/ actress)                             63 yrs.


Sonic Youth w/ Kim Gordon “Kool Thing” live video link here.

1955- Eddie Jobson (violin w/ Curved Air + Roxy Music)                    61 yrs.

Live 2008; Eddie Jobson

1968- Scott Mitchell Putesky a.k.a. Daisy Berkowitz (founding member and guitarist w/ Marilyn Manson)                                 48 yrs.

Daisy Berkowitz

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a couple of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



1932- Casey Kasem (radio personality on American Top 40; voice actor; voice of Shaggy on Scooby-Doo; died in 2014)


1946- Gordon Haskell (singer + songwriter w/ King Crimson; solo)                        70 yrs.

Gordon Haskell - It Is And It

Gordon Haskell “How Wonderful You Are” video link here.

1947- Peter Ham (vocals + guitar w/ The Iveys + Badfinger; died in 1975)

Pete Ham

1948- Kate Pierson (vocals w/ B-52’s; “Rock Lobster”)                       68 yrs.

Kate Pierson Edition

B-52’s w/ Kate Pierson “Love Shack” live video link

1949- Herb Murrell (vocals w/ The Stylistics)       67 yrs.


1951- Paul ‘Ace’ Frehley (guitar + vocals w/ KISS)                         65 yrs.


KISS w/ Ace Frehley “Rock’n’Roll All Nite” live video link

1959- Marco Pirroni (guitar w/ Adam & The Ants)                       57 yrs.

Popular Marco Pirroni videos

1959- Sheena Easton (singer; “You’ve Got The Look” w/ Prince)                57 yrs.

Labels: Sheena Easton

Sheena Easton “Telefone” live video link here.

1978- Jim James (singer, songwriter + guitarist w/ My Morning Jacket; “One Big Holiday” + “Off The Record”; member of The Basement Tapes; solo artist)                     38 yrs.

1978- Patrick Hallahan (drummer w/  My Morning Jacket)            38 yrs.

1979- Will Boyd (bass w/ Evanescence; “Bring Me To Life”)           37 yrs.

(1999-2005) - Will Boyd/

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a few of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



About a month and a half ago, I had published a post about the John Kadlecik Band’s Colorado run at the end of April. Well, it is the end of April and the John Kadlecik Band will start their shows in our state, in a couple of days. Singer, guitarist, violinist and songwriter John Kadlecik was a face on the scene in the Chicago jamband world back in the 90’s. He played with Hairball Willie and Uncle John’s Band, playing originals and Grateful Dead covers. Then in the late 90’s he was part of the inception of the ground-breaking Grateful Dead cover band, Dark Star Orchestra, playing full shows that the Dead had done during their thirty year career. Near the end of the first decade of the new millennium, John became a guitarist/ vocalist with Furthur, along-side Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh. With Furthur, Kadlecik really gave Deadheads their fix of Jerry Garcia, both in his playing and in his singing style. More recently, he has been fronting his own band, as well as playing as part of Golden Gate Wingmen, along with Reed Mathis, Jeff Chimenti and Jay Lane. John will bring his band to Fort Collins on Thursday for the first night of the Colorado run, at Hodi’s Half Note. On Friday the band will be playing at the Oriental Theatre in Denver. The John Kadlecik Band will end its run in our state on Saturday, at  the Fox Theatre in Boulder. John’s sets are a mix of originals, Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia tunes, as well as a variety of other covers. To give you a taste of what to expect from the John Kadlecik Band, I am including a couple videos, which should make the decision to go see them much easier. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!



1942- Bobby Rydell (singer; “Wild One”)              74 yrs.

Bobby Rydell was a high school

1943- Tony Murray (member of The Troggs; “Wild Thing”)                   73 yrs.
No Photo Available.

1943- Gary Wright (member of Spooky Tooth; solo artist; “Dream Weaver”)
73 yrs.

Gary Wright is not a name

1960- Roger Taylor (drummer w/ Duran Duran)              56 yrs.

Roger Taylor Roger Taylor

Duran Duran w/ Roger Taylor “Notorious” video link here.

1961- Chris Mars (drummer w/ The Replacements)                      55 yrs.

Chris Mars

The Repacements w/ Chris Mars “Bastards Of Young” video link here.

1970- Tionne Watkins a.k.a. T-Boz (the T in TLC; “Scrubs”)             46 yrs.

T-BOZ photo | Tionne \T-Boz\

1975- Joey Jordison (drummer w/ Slipknot)                        41 yrs.

Drummerworld: Joey Jordison

Slipknot! w/ Joey Jordison “Duality” video link here.

1976- Jose Antonio Pasillas II (drummer w/ Incubus)                       40 yrs.

José Antonio Pasillas (Drum)

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a couple of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!




Quixote’s True Blue- Jalbatross feat. Ryan Jalbert (The Motet) + Sleazy Grease
9 p.m.                          $6

Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison)- The 1975 w/ Wolf Alice + The Japanese House
7:30 p.m.                     $39.95


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Open Mic’              7 p.m.

Pourhouse (Loveland)- ‘Open Jazz Jam’ feat. The Pourhouse Jazz Trio              7:30 p.m.

Swing Station (LaPorte)- Good Night, Texas w/ Wippoorwill                      8 p.m.                 $8


Larimer Lounge- Coasts w/ Knox Hamilton + Symmetry                       $15.75

Paramount Theatre- Dream Theater               7:30 p.m.          Tickets Starting @ $35

Quixote’s True Blue- ‘Open Jam’                       9 p.m.                         FREE!!!!


Fox Theatre*- Pat Fiddle’s All Star tribute to John Hartford feat. Chuck Morris (Lotus), Tyler Grant (Grant Farm), Matt Cantor (Gipsy Moon) & Jake Schepps w/ Caribou Mountain Collective                                 $10

Owsley’s Golden Road- Jalbatross feat. Ryan Jalbert (The Motet) + Milky Dubz            8 p.m.


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Patio Concert Series’ feat. Cobb & Loiz               5 p.m.              FREE!!!!

Avogadro’s Number- Mason Street Bluegrass                        7 p.m.                  FREE!!!!

Avogadro’s Number- ‘Open Bluegrass Jam’                 8:30 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note*- ‘Grass For That Ass: Pickin On John Hartford’ feat. Pat Fiddle, Pete Wernick (Hot Rize), Chuck Morris (Lotus), Tyler Grant (Grant Farm), Dusty Ryder, Matt Cantor (Gipsy Moon) w/ Caribou Mountain Collective w/ Canyon Collected (late set)


Bluebird Theatre- The Slackers w/ The Dendrites + The Ghoulies                         8 p.m.

Cervantes’ Other Side*- ‘May Daze Pre-Party’ J. Wail (Live Band) feat. Steve Molitz (Particle) & Matt Pitts (formerly The Motet) w/ Green Hit, Utilitarian, Space Race, Ruvo, Mr. Drip, In Motion + Sunday Service                       8 p.m.                      $10-12

Gothic Theatre*- Easy Street All Stars w/ Tatanka + Policulture                 8 p.m.              $19.99

Larimer Lounge- Susto + Goodnight, Texas w/ Bison Bone                     $10

Oriental Theatre*- Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives w/ Casey James Prestwood & The Burning Angels                            8 p.m.                      $38


Boulder Theatre- Anderson Ponty Band                         8 p.m.                         $45-69.50

Fox Theatre- Waka Flocka Flame w/ Mayhem                        $32

Laughing Goat Coffee House- Purple Squirrel                         8 p.m.

Owsley’s Golden Road- Flash Mountain Flood                 7 p.m.

St. Julien- Mountain Meadow String Band                      6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre- Waka Flocka Flame w/ DJ Whoo Kid, OG $WAGG, MRDR, Y-O + Swizzy

Hodi’s Half Note- Joe Marcinek Band w/ Home Fried Boogaloo                          $10-15

Lincoln Center- ‘Spokesbuzz’ feat. iZCALLi                    6 p.m.                         $12


Bluebird Theatre*- Turkuaz w/ The Nth Power                         $16

Fillmore Auditorium*- Chris Stapleton w/ Anderson East               7 p.m.                $42.75

Larimer Lounge- Will Hoge w/ Brent Cowles, Matt Rouch + Andres                  $20


Fox Theatre*- ‘3rd Annual May Daze’ feat. Bird Of Prey + J. Wail (live) w/ Steve Molitz (Particle), Matt Pitts (formerly of The Motet), Jaden Carlson, Evanoff, Matt Flaherty and More… w/ Melody Lines, Totem, Wabakinoset + Andy Matteo                      $17.25

Nissi’s (Lafayette)- Zuma (Neil Young Tribute)                         7:30 p.m.                     FREE!!!!

St. Julien*- Paa Kow’s Trio                          6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre*- WhiteWater Ramble performs “The Last Waltz” w/ Hog MaGundy

Avogadro’s Number- Poudre River Irregulars                            4 p.m.                         $10

Avogadro’s Number- Halden Wofford & The Hi Beams w/ Cary Morin               8 p.m.

Downtown Artery- ‘First Friday’ feat Daniel Amedee w/ Steven & Mara            8-11:55 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note*- J. Wail feat. Steve Molitz (Particle) & Matt Pitts (formerly of The Motet)
w/ Two Scoops, ILLBanks + Jaedha Grey                        8 p.m.                          $10-15


Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom- Gaslamp Killer w/ Nosaj Thing + Russ Liquid w/ Marvel Years feat. Colby Buckler (Emancipator), Adam Deitch, Maddy O’Neal, Shu, Roswell + DJ Russo                         DUAL VENUE                              $15-25

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Friday 10 p.m. Social’ feat. Adam Bodine Trio                     10:30 p.m.             $5

Fillmore Auditorium*- Chris Stapleton w/ Anderson East                           7 p.m.                   $42.75

Herman’s Hideaway- P-Nuckle w/ Sol Authority, Red Stinger, Da Screech + Ira Wolf
7 p.m.                      $8

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox- TNERTLE w/ Toy Box + True School                  $15

Oriental Theatre*- The Yawpers w/ Eldren, Gloom Balloon + Christopher The Conquered
8 p.m.                          $12

Quixote’s True Blue- Joe Marcinek Band w/ Dave Watts + Groovalicious                           $15

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- JJ Grey & Mofro + The Infamous Stringdusters w/ Fruition                               6:30 p.m.                       $45


Fox Theatre*- Turkuaz w/ The Nth Power                            $20

Nissi’s (Lafayette)- The Railsplitters                               7:30 p.m.                  $10-12


Avogadro’s Number- Joe Crookston                       7 p.m.                        $18

Everyday Joe’s- ‘fortUKE’                    9:30 a.m.

Hodi’s Half Note*- Turkuaz w/ The Nth Power                             $12-20

Swing Station (LaPorte)- ‘4th Annual Wyomericana Caravan Tour’ w/ Screen Door Porch, Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons + The Littlest Birds                       9 p.m.                    $10


Cervantes’ Other Side- Casey Russell’s Soul Shack feat. members of The Magic Beans, Drunken Hearts, DYNOHunter, Runninkine, Mercenary Horns + Ashley Niven (Tiger Party) w/ Mlima + Good Touch                           $10-15

Daniels Hall- The Western Flyers feat. Katie Glassman, Joey McKenzie + Gavin Kelso
8 p.m.                    $20-22

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Blues Night’ feat. Delta Sonics                   10:30 p.m.                   $5

Herman’s Hideaway- ‘Mother’s Day Appreciation Party’ feat. Wendy Woo Band + Kicked To The Curb Duo (Pat Travis & Roger Falter)                         7:30 p.m.                  $10

Ogden Theatre- Amon Amarth w/ Entombed A.D. + Exomortus                       8 p.m.

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox- Zach Heckendorf                          $8-18

Paramount Theatre- ‘Give Live: A Concert Benefiting Bonfils Blood Center’ feat. Matt Nathanson w/ Keaton Simons                    7:30 p.m.             Tickets Starting @ $30

Quixote’s True Blue- Joe Marcinek Band w/ Save Our City (The Doors tribute), Space Orphan + Rockygrass Band Bluegrass Band Showcase                     9 p.m.               $15

Red Rocks Amphitheatre* (Morrison)- Papadosio w/ OTT & The All Seeing I, Opiuo, Dirtwire + The Malah                          5:30 p.m.                      $35


Boulder Theatre*- Bob Mould Band w/ South Of France                        8 p.m.                     $20-25

Fox Theatre*- The Infamous Stringdusters                          $77 for 2 Day ticket

Nissi’s (Lafayette)- Soul Sacrifice (tribute to Santana, WAR + more)                   7:30 p.m.


Swing Station (LaPorte)- Robert Cline Jr.                     4 p.m.                       FREE!!!!

The first full week of May will provide music fans with some good live music to hear. The list isn’t as long as some other weeks, but with the first batch of Red Rocks shows next week, the lists should be longer as we get closer to the summer months. As usual, I have marked the shows I recommend with an * after the venue’s name. For more shows coming to the Front Range over the next several months check-out the Coming Attractions page. The Festival Time is a pretty complete look at festivals within about a day’s drive. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!