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Walk Off The Earth Concert Photos

Walk Off The Earth & Matt + Kim at Red Rocks

The band Walk Off The Earth is well-known for the stage presence, so a show at Denver's famed Red Rocks was definitely going to be over the top. They started with a video that made it seem like the band was just arriving from the…
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at Red Rocks

The Nathaniel Rateliff show at Red Rocks this year almost didn't happen. NRNS's band leader was so sick that week, he had to cancel a show in Aspen, per doctor's orders. But how can a local crew pass up a two-night stint at Colorado's most…
The Motet - Concert Photos - Red Rocks Colorado

The Motet at Red Rocks

It's incredible to me that I have never seen The Motet, especially for one of their Red Rocks performances. The Denver funk band was founded in 1998 (!!!) by drummer and bandleader Dave Watts and are well known not just here in Colorado, but around the…
X-Ambassadors Concert Photos from Red Rocks Denver 2018

X Ambassadors and MisterWives at Red Rocks

I have seen (and photographed) both X Ambassadors and MisterWives on separate occasions before, but these bands were made to play at Red Rocks. Sometimes it's hard to captivate 70 rows of seats soaring up between giant monoliths in the sky, but these guys had…
Muse Concert Photos - Red Rocks, Denver

Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars + PVRIS at Red Rocks: Another Stellar Lineup

This year at Red Rocks has to be the one for well-matched trios of bands playing together. In September, Muse returned to Denver's favorite venue after a 10-year absence with a very, very, very sold-out show that also included Thirty Seconds To Mars and PVRIS. I had never seen Jared Leto and his bandmates in action before, and they were a sight to behold. But more importantly, I was super impressed with his voice. Another lovely voice that night was Lynn Gunn of PVRIS (pronounced Paris - I know, I don't get it either). While the crowd was definitely there for the other bands, those guys definitely held their own. I had seen Muse once before - in a bigger production set - but they aptly scaled their high-intensity lights and graphics for the comparatively smaller stage at Red Rocks. And just like Thirty Seconds to Mars, Muse sounded incredible.

PVRIS Photos

Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars and PVRIS at Red Rocks in Denver
Young The Giant, Cold War Kids and Joywave - Concert Photos from Red Rocks Denver

Young The Giant, Cold War Kids + Joywave: Perfect Red Rocks Lineup

Late in the summer, music lovers had a special treat. Young The Giant, Cold War Kids and Joywave teamed up for an incredible night at Red Rocks. I'm pretty sure it was the best overall lineup of the season, as each band is uber-talented in their own right. Together? Pure magic. I was lucky enough to interview Francois Comtois, drummer for Young The Giant, last year and it's been marvelous to watch their continued rise as on the best indie bands around. The new Cold War Kids album is by far my favorite and Joywave is that quirky fun band you can't wait for everyone to discover. Or maybe not, because you also want them to be just yours alone, right?

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