55 years, huh? Interesting.
Go back to the homepage..(http://www.csindy.com/gyrobase) in the right hand column of content under the "Recent Comments" section you'll see a section called "Calendar." There you'll see two tabs: Events and Music. Click on the music tab, select the date you're interested in and then click GO.
I don't understand how this works!!!
55 Years of computer experence...
This was a good (albeit short) read. Edwards, his philosophy, and his music holds enough interest (for me, anyway) to fill a feature-length story. How about it, CSIndy?
Peace. New album is as real as it gets. Cop it!
Note that KCME is now having a problem for the first time with their fund raising. They really messed up. First, I feel they have completely compromised their mission and reason for existence, i.e., to bring quality broadcasting to the public that is not otherwise commercially viable or available. I don't know if there are other radio sources of Jazz programming in Colorado Springs, but their sure aren't back here in the mountains where KCME operates a number of translators. And, second, they didn't just cut any old jazz program, they cut what was rated one of the premier jazz programs in the entire United States. Unforgivable. Dominowski uses the excuse we can get our Jazz from Sirius Radio now. Well, I've got news for them, I can get a lot more and better classical programming from Sirius as well. So, if I'm going to pay for Sirius, why would I want to contribute to KCME? It's just so sad. Lenny gave us a nice break from listening to classical all the time. If KCME now fails, I hope Jeanna Wearing is proud of herself. Every time I hear their new "motto", "All Classical KCME" I am so irritated I get mad all over again.
Unfortunately you are wrong. To compare Bloom to a Tenori-On is completely missing the point about Tenori-On.
Bloom is a wonderful iphone application but is not comparable to Tenori-On in any other way other than the fact that they both make sound and use electricity.
You might want to keep KadmusArts.com in mind next time you write a great festival roundup like the one above. They've got the most exhaustive database of international music, theatre and dance festivals online today, along with a public forum where you can find out what people are saying about past and future festivals. It's a really useful resource for festival fans.
Truth spoken from a man of truth; if only from his truly unique and individual perspective, what Peter sees is so uncommonly heard as to make an impact of biblical proportions. Though he sees no God to save us, that in itself is the call - Stand up and save yourselves by not surrendering to every whim and passing fancy that turns the public's eye. Be original, feel it in your heart, and for crying out loud, whic is sometimes what Peter does, LIVE IT. BE TRUE TO YOURSELF!. I don't know Peter, but I'd bet my last dime, he treats everyone with respect and dignity. We should all be so unswayed by popularity.
Re: Stupid Boy, Smart Girl. "...include NRBQ founder and Nashville hit-writer Big Al Anderson..."
NRBQ began in Louisville, KY in 1966. Terry Adams and Steve Ferguson (one of Big Al's biggest influences) were the founders. By the time Al joined in 1971, the band already had a couple of records out on Columbia. So he was not one of the founders, but he certainly did "pass the audition," and then some!
John is amazing. I went to his show last night, he incorporated the whole band and songs that just had him playing. Even though I the first album is my favorite, the second album just brings a rockstar appeal to him, since he brings in a full band!
If you havent seen SiX you should check them out....i have seen them so many times and i cant get enuf of them..now for you girls who wanna see some hot men...take a look..they are in this band!! love you guys
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Six plays the most down and dirty rock and roll I have heard in a long time. If you did seeing GREAT live music and see they are playing in your neck of the woods, it'd be a wise decision to check em out.
Looking for Scott Harrison from "Lightkraft" Remember 'IOCC"
I have been following the band Steele Daniels Louis Hall to live venues for the past three weeks but I do not ever see them listed in your "Playing Around Listings" ?? They are at BackEast Bar and Grill next Fri & Sat 9/5&6 and they are AWESOME !!
Personally, I think the Thirsty Parrot is a great place to watch live music and why not have a couple $4 beers while youre at it. Music + Beer = food for the soul. You may have to deal with the occasional misdirected wait staff, but it's worth it to see good live music. Peace
The Thirsty Parrot is a RIPOFF!
My wife and I went to the Thisrsty Parrot on July 9, 2008 to see the Springs Contemporary Jazz Big Band. While the band is quite good, the all-hard-surfaces room ensured that the band was INCREDIBLY LOUD. But here's the real problem: We ordered a couple of beers shortly after 6:00pm and, happy hour being from 4-7pm, got them for the happy hour price. At 6:35pm I ordered another beer and the waitess said I had to pay the full, non-happy-hour price. When we pointed out that it was still happy hour (6:35pm), she said, "Oh, it's the computer", and insisted I had to pay the full price of $4. I reluctantly handed over the money. Then I discovered that the full price, according to the menu, was $3.50. So not only was I getting RIPPED OFF because it was still happy hour, but she charged more than the menu price! We will NEVER go to the Thirsty Parrot again. Please don't waste your time with this place. There are other establishments downtown that are honest and deserve your patronage.
Heard Cahalen on NPR last night around 2 on the way home from Memorial. I haven't heard anything quite so good in a long while.
Whitney and Marc have given Colorado Springs a wonderful gift with the house concerts. The time and effort required to make these events happen can only be appreciated by those of us who have seen it from an insider's view. And it is given with so much love.
Hearing talented artists in such an intimate setting is a unique opportunity. Once you experience it, you'll regret that you didn't know about it sooner. It's one of the things I really miss about Colorado Springs.
Towne House Lounge, Friday 6/27/08,featuring 'Rawbert' was not published. Why ? Porque no?
I too have seen Wilco at least 6 or 7 times with this being the best lineup for Mr. Tweedy.
I was in the 4th row and, could see that everyone was up on their feet for the whole show.
I was amazed when I saw the add for Wilco at the Pikes Peak Center! I had just seen them at the Fillmore earlier.
Wow,I didn't have to go to Denver.
One of the best shows ever at the Pikes Peak Center! Kudos to those involved to bring such an incredible band at their peak right now.
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