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Go live: Grand Valley is pressing play on concerts, festivals

By Ann Wright

Sometimes it’s actually good to be able to blame things on hormones. Say, cortisol and cortisone. Stress hormones. Bad for health. Because of them you need live music. Really, you do. Two researchers from Imperial College London ...


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Everclear bringing Afterglow tour to Two Rivers

By Ann Wright

It’s like finding money in an old jacket, said Art Alexakis, lead singer for Everclear. The songs released in 1997 haven’t gone anywhere, but to pull them out of their pocket, so to speak, is to discover them new. Over the years, ...


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Spokes, strings take over downtown this weekend

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Music and bike racing will harmonize this weekend during the 2017 Four Peaks Downtown Music Festival and Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike event. While the professional and amateur mountain bike racers make their moves — the ...


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Music Scene: Tinsley Ellis: Blues is Dead and other are shows for May 19–25

By Ann Wright

Tinsley Ellis was on Facebook one day and saw a group called Punk is Dead. “What in the world is that?” he thought. It turned out, punk is still alive, but this group was doing punk versions of Grateful Dead songs. From there, ...


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Music Scene: Stray Grass at the Music in the Grapevines Summer Concert Series and other shows set fo

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The name has changed but the music continues with the Music in the Grapevines Summer Concert Series at Two Rivers Winery. The first concert in the series (formerly Jazz Among the Grapevines) will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, at the winery, ...


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George Winston brings blend of styles to Grand Junction

By Ann Wright

Pianist George Winston is coming back to the Grand Valley for two nights and two concerts featuring his Summer Show. The concerts are set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, May 11–12, at Two Rivers Winery Chateau, 2087 Broadway. Doors ...


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Music Scene: Jenny and the Mexicats and other area shows for May 5–11

By Tammy Gemaehlich

What do you get when you cross a British singer/trumpet player with a flamenco guitarist and a rockabilly bassist? You get a bilingual, multicultural, hybrid band known as Jenny and the Mexicats, who happens to be touring in support of its ...


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Music Scene: Cousin Curtiss and other area shows for April 28–May 4

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Who needs caffeine with Cousin Curtiss in the house? The musician, who once described his music in an interview as the “Energizer Bunny meets singer/songwriter meets ADHD,” will perform from 8–11 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at ...


Music Scene: April 21–27

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Los Angeles’ punk rock princess, The Fabulous Miss Wendy, is on tour with Alaskan duo Mythological Horses and will gallop into town for a show. The Rock + Roll Ride America Tour featuring the Hollywood-born Miss Wendy will stop from ...


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‘A Star’s Reflection’ by Redlands eighth-grader wins competition

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Redlands Middle School eighth-grader Abigail Ligon is the 2017 winner of the Grand Junction Symphony’s Crystal Baton Composition Competition. Her melody, “A Star’s Reflection,” was chosen from among the more than 30 ...


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