Spanning four decades of sustained influence, Soundgarden is rocking its way back to the Front Range. Award-winning singles like "Black Hole Sun" and "Spoonman" remain undying favorites, while the most recent album–King Animal
A rising Seattle indie group that has opened for acts like Vampire Weekend, Dave Matthews, and My Morning Jacket is on it's way to being included in that group of headlining artisits. The Head and the Heart made waves with it's self-titled, debut album in 2011 with tunes like "Rivers and Roads" and "Down in the Valley." Sat 5 p.m.
Rising pop star ZZ Ward can be called a grittier Adele or Amy Winehouse with more flavor. But she's more than that. Ward has a striking voice that seamlessly blends throaty blues, strutty rock, and smooth raps into powerful tracks (just listen to her debut album, Til the Casket Drops).
Latin America, the Middle East, and Europe—is there anywhere that Anais Mitchell hasn’t traveled? Drawing inspiration from her multicultural experiences, this folk singer's music incorporates gentile harmonies with mellow drums and lazy horns. Listen for the track “Young Man In America”—an excellent example of her skill in blending folk-y beats with her trademark lyrical narratives.
With his Academy, Golden Globe, and Grammy Awards, Ryan Bingham has redefined the phrase “triple threat.” Popular for his ballad “The Weary Kind” written for the movie Crazy Heart, this Texan frames his gravelly voice with acoustic-heavy guitar in many of his mellow tracks.
Long before iPods, there was Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán. The group has existed in various formations since 1897—yes, you read that correctly—when it was founded in the southwest Mexican town of Tecalitlán. Now based out of Mexico City, the troupe consists of 13 members on such instruments as trumpets, violins, and guitarron, a large type of guitar. Sat 8 p.m.
This Las Vegas-based rock band has certainly graduated from playing cheap, dive venues on the Strip. The quartet’s first full-length album, Night Visions, spawned platinum singles “It’s Time” and “Radioactive.” Listen for those tracks and more that showcase Imagine Dragons’ brand of anthemic, foot-tapping rock. Thu 7:30 p.m.
Get ready to sing along during this doubleheader of chart-topping pop-rock. Vampire Weekend invaded the indie rock scene in 2008 with ultracatchy guitar riffs, African-influenced beats, and its now-signature Ivy League aesthetic. Expect new tracks from the band’s new album, Modern Vampires of the City.
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