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Road Trip: Week of July 16, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Reverend Horton Heat — The Depot, Salt Lake City, July 29. Weird Al Yankovic — Paramount Theatre, Denver, July 29. Vicente Fernandez — ...


Bluegrass performers to be at gardens

By Staff

The grass is growing like crazy at the botanical gardens. The Bluegrass Festival featuring top bluegrass bands from Salt Lake City, the Front Range and Grand Junction is set for Saturday, July 17, at the Western Colorado Botanical ...

High Desert Opera to give props to 125 years of comic opera ‘Mikado’

By Staff

Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado” has a plot likened to that of a daytime soap opera. Set in Japan, a tailor becomes an executioner and must find someone to execute or lose his own head. He decides to execute a wandering ...

Pipe organ inside 071610

Pipe organ’s rich complexity, relative obscurity make organists a rare breed

By Melinda Mawdsley

The appeal of rattling church rafters turned John Ahern toward the pipe organ. Granted, Ahern, 17, doesn’t want church walls to collapse when he plays chords during a hymn, but he likes the power. “I think every organ player ...

Road trip: Week of July 2, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. • James Taylor, Carole King — Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, July 15. • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue — Bluebird ...

Cocker to host benefit concert in Hotchkiss on July 6

By Staff

What will the legendary performer Joe Cocker do to fill his time between the end of his tour with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and the beginning of his European tour to promote his new album? He will give a concert for his hometown friends ...

‘The ’60s at the Beeb’ radio show to be revisited on KAFM

By Duffy Hayes

We have spoken about the British invasion a few times in this column. The invasion started in the early 1960s with the Dave Clark Five. Following the Dave Clark Five, the Beatles kicked the invasion into high gear in February 1964 when the ...

St. Joseph Catholic Church to host free concert

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

One of the youngest touring children’s choirs will make a stop in Grand Junction to perform a variety of sacred and secular music. The Land of Lakes Choirboys, also known as Minnesota’s Singing Boys, will perform a free concert at ...

KAFM Radio Room to host well-known Native American flute player Tony Babbitt

By Duffy Hayes

The haunting and distinct sound of the Native American flute has been used for centuries in rituals, meditation and spiritual journeys. Native American flute player Tony Babbitt will discuss his personal journey with the instrument during ...

Music Scene: Week of June 25, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Amory Sivertson’s original sound has been described as a mix between Joni Mitchell and Regina Spektor. It combines the best elements of folk, pop, indie and rock and creates a fresh, toe-tapping sound. Sivertson is a piano player and ...

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