Move on the dance floor to this American ska-core band—a mesh of ska, punk rock, and hardcore. First started in the 1980s, the band became a pivotal inspiration to the genre in the succeeding decade. Heavy bass strums and drumbeats mixed with the horn ensemble’s peppy, high-paced notes create the musician’s contagious upbeat energy.
Imagine a symphony hall packed with children. How does an orchestra keep little ones’ attention? The Colorado Symphony has created a remedy with The Listener, a musical and interactive stage performance that's meant to keep the whole family engaged. While the orchestra performs songs—from Mozart’s Symphony No.
Come watch the mellow and hypnotizing performance of this psychedelic space rock band. The musician's lyrics and harmony will lead you through a thought-provoking journey. Singer and guitarist Jason Pierce is the front man for Spiritualized, an alternative and symphonic rock band from the U.K. The band has evolved continuously—gaining and losing band members—since its start-up in 1990.
Saint Thyagaraja is considered one of the greatest South Indian composers in history, writing hundreds of pieces during the 18th and 19th centuries and helping Carnatic music become one of his homeland's most renowned cultural hallmarks.
This beloved, Boulder-based bluegrass jam band is on the cusp of hitting the quarter-century milestone. The group has amassed a devoted local following over the years, thanks to near-constant performances and eight albums, the most recent of which was last year’s Aquatic Hitchhiker. Expect Leftover Salmon’s signature folk-rock sound, which arrives via banjo, guitar, and percussion.
Founded in Portland, this many-member collective just celebrated its 10th anniversary of creating hyperenergetic, genre-bending party music. Each performance includes roughly 20 performers—clad in self-made, traditionally theatrical marching band garb—culled from a team of 30 horn players, drummers, guitarists, singers, and acrobatic dancers.
Neo-soul icon Erykah Badu's first album, Baduizm, brought fierce integrity and streetwise grit to the R&B landscape. The singer's bluesy phrasings reminded listeners of classic jazz vocalists while also offering heavy hip-hop beats and a modern take on female liberation.
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