Music

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Briefs: OA Top Ten Albums November 14, 2008

By Staff

1. Bob Dylan, “The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs, Rare and Unreleased 1989–2006.” With 27 tracks on two CDs and all but three previously unreleased, this set is a must, especially for Dylan’s fans. It also ...


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OA: Mesa thespian overcomes rare disease, lands first lead

By Staff

Janet Kelleher,  20, got called back for every female role in Mesa State College’s production of “Reckless” and walked away with the lead. The key word here is “walked,” because up until a year and half ago, ...


Briefs: OA Road Trip November 07, 2008

By Staff

AC/DC’s efforts at rock domination have increased exponentially with the new release of the AC/DC LIVE: Rock Band Track Pack for Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii and Playstation gaming consoles. For the first time, a rock band has released an ...


Briefs: OA Music Scene November 07, 2008

By Staff

Metalheads prepare to gather at Mesa Theater and Club for another metal show. This show will feature Grand Junction bands Exussum and Confirm Kill with Scalafrea from Denver. Doors open at 8 p.m., and the show starts at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. ...


Briefs: OA MSC Percussion November 07, 2008

By Staff

Nationally recognized percussion performers and educators will participate in the 2008 Western Colorado Percussion Festival at Mesa State College. The festival begins at 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, and continues through the day with clinics and ...


Briefs: OA Joel Fan November 07, 2008

By Staff

The Western Slope Chamber Music Series opens its 2008–09 season with a pianist who began his performing career at age 11 with the New York Philharmonic. Joel Fan, who is part The Silk Road Project founded by Yo-Yo Ma, will perform at ...


Briefs: OA Top Ten Albums October 31, 2008

By Staff

1. Rodney Crowell, “Sex and Gasoline.” Rodney really hit his stride about 10 years ago, and he has been on a roll ever since. His latest CD is proof that he is still one great songwriter, who I hope hasn’t yet reached his ...


Briefs: OA Tchaikovsky October 24, 2008

By Staff

Soprano Kara Guggenmos joins the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra as its guest performer at the October concert. Guggenmos will perform Richard Strauss’ “Four Last Songs,” written shortly before the composer’s ...


Briefs: OA Patrick Mason October 24, 2008

By Staff

Baritone Patrick Mason performs this weekend as part of the ongoing Guest Artist Recital Series at Mesa State College. The concert is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Moss Performing Arts Center Recital Hall. Mason is the Berton ...


OA: Riveter celebrates new release at Quincy Bar

By Staff

The only thing frilly about Riveter is the heart-shaped bass — before it rocks your face off. Back again with another EP is Riveter, Grand Junction’s girl-fronted rock band. The CD release party for “Snatch,” a ...


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