When Fall Out Boy announced an indefinite hiatus in 2009, its steady stream of platinum hits came to an abrupt halt. After a variety of solo and side endeavors, the pop-punk quartet reunited this year for a new album, Save Rock and Roll. This is your chance to catch them in more intimate digs before they hit arenas nationwide later this year. Sun 7:30 p.m.
Nowadays she's a nationally recognized artist with more than six million YouTube views to her name, but folk singer-songwriter Danielle Anderson got her start in Fort Collins. Since then, she's notched appearances on E! and College Humor, relocated to Minneapolis, and even performed with Mumford & Sons in Boulder.
Fresh off the release of her new album Chronicles of Marnia, New Yorker Marnie Stern brings her gritty sound to the Mile High City. Guitar-heavy tracks like “Year of the Glad” are accompanied by Stern’s feminine singing voice, creating a musical juxtaposition reminiscent of indie-pop bands Beach House and Vampire Weekend. Sun 9 p.m.
Michael Jackson’s staggering collection of hits is as iconic as they come. Bust out a sequined glove for a time-traveling trip through Jackson’s infamous songbook—from “Smooth Criminal” to “Billie Jean” to “Thriller.” Spot-on Jackson impersonator Fabio Mordà leads a crew that includes choreographers, dancers, and recording engineers that worked with the King of Pop himself. Fri 8 p.m.
With more than 50 million albums sold worldwide and a spot on the charts in every decade since the ’50s, Tony Bennett is jazz-pop royalty. Thanks to a recent series of albums that feature duets with modern, and often unexpected stars (think “The Lady is a Tramp” with Lady Gaga), Bennett’s smooth croon is now reaching a new generation of listeners.
Husband-and-wife musicians Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi were already accomplished solo artists before they united and added a nine-piece band in 2011. The troupe’s classic Southern blues have garnered numerous awards and gigs at the White House and the United Nations General Assembly.
This quirky alt-rock band has been perfecting its recipe for psychedelic tracks for more than 15 years: extra-catchy guitar riffs, fast hooks, and lead singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor’s distinctive deep growl. To commemorate the 13th anniversary of the band's breakthrough release Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia, the Dandy Warhols will play the album in its entirety. Tue 8 p.m.
Late-night talk show bandleaders can become nearly as iconic as the shows’ hosts. Doc Severinsen flaunted his virtuosic trumpet skills between Johnny Carson's wisecracks for 25 years on the Tonight Show. But the rest of his career has been equally productive, resulting in Grammy Awards and dozens of jazz and Latin albums.
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