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There were plenty of great songwriters before rock came along

By Rock Cesario

Many times in this column I have expressed my opinion that Bob Dylan is the world’s greatest singer/songwriter. There also have been several times when I have expressed my opinion about receiving e-mails telling me how wrong I ...

Libraries to have monthly American Heritage Sing-alongs

By Staff

Put up the books. Mesa County Libraries are striking up a tune. The last Tuesday of each month will be marked with the American Heritage Sing-along. The casual sing-along will include American folk songs and information on American music ...

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The 37th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival

By Christopher Tomlinson

The best in bluegrass descend on Telluride Town Park.  ...

Petty, Heartbreakers feeling a little blue on latest release, ‘Mojo’

By Rock Cesario

“Mojo” is the name of the new CD and LP from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. This is the first batch of new songs from the band since 2002’s somewhat disappointing “The Last DJ.” There are 15 new songs clocking ...

Old music getting new looks from teens

By Daniel Humphries

What do The Beatles, the Flaming Lips and the Dixie Chicks have in common? Hint: They all have been cover bands. The Beatles played “Twist and Shout,” originally by the band Top Notes. The Flaming Lips covered Pink Floyd’s ...

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Countdown to Country Jam under way

By Staff

Country Jam needs little explanation. One of the largest music festivals in Colorado, let alone Mesa County, Major Mortgage Country Jam USA offers thousands of music fans four days of some of the best shows the country music world ...

Road Trip: Week of June 18, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. Preservation Hall Jazz Band — RiverWalk Center, Breckenridge, July 1. Euforquestra and the Ocote Soul Sounds — Fox Theatre, Boulder, July 1. Blues ...


Music Scene: Week of June 19, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Bluegrass, blues, independent, reggae and more will satisfy your summertime live music cravings during The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens Summer Festival Series. The concerts will be in the botanical gardens’ Elizabeth B. Harris ...

Grammy-winning musician offers horn performances, classes

By Staff

Legendary horn soloist Barry Tuckwell returns to Grand Junction to teach master classes and give free performances. Tuckwell, a native of Australia, was the principal horn player for the London Symphony Orchestra for 13 years and has had a ...

Accordion concerts to be at Lincoln Park Barn

By Staff

Accordionists Mike and Margie Aman will bring beautiful accordion music from around the world to Grand Junction with two concerts. The nationally known accordionists from Denver will perform at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at the ...

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