In The Red
Release: Oct. 23
Punchy, punky and psyched out the mind. What else can be said about Fuzz’s second album that hasn’t already been said about the trio’s first release? The aptly named second album, “II,” takes the ideologies presented in the band’s debut effort and dips them in a metal...
Although they never planned on playing in a funk band, the members of Durango-based rock outfit Elder Grown have a knack for getting the floor hot with danceable beats and an electric energy. The three brothers who founded the band have come to recognize the importance of letting the groove guide the tunes.
Grammy winners BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet have created popular Cajun music for the past 37 years. The group is showing off its rich Louisiana roots with a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.
BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet have performed all over the globe, wowing diverse...
Made famous by his specialized guitar-playing style known as “Para-Pickin’,” musician Dustin Prinz takes his audience on a wild ride of emotions.
Prinz, who incorporates percussion, powerful vocal styles and humor, is well-known on social media, especially YouTube, where his videos have millions of views.
The music-supporting community is nuts about the D.J. scene. Despite loads of criticism, electronic dance music continues to pack venues worldwide. Music fans and the purists among them will always believe that music needs to be made with instruments, and the ammunition pile for those purists continues to be replenished the...
New releases for Nov. 6
Sara Bareilles, “What’s Inside: Songs from ‘Waitress’”
Bob Dylan, “Bootleg 12”
Ellie Goulding, “Delirium”
Cee-Lo Green, “Heart Blanche”
9th Wonder and Talib Kweli, “Indie 500”
Yes, “Spring Awakening” is a musical. But don’t think Rodgers and Hammerstein or “Singin’ in the Rain.” And we’ve been assured there will be no jazz hands within a three-mile radius.
You’ll likely want to download the alt-rocky soundtrack after you see the show, while the story and themes just might rip your heart out....
10/25 – 10/31
1. The Martian, by Andy Weir (Paperback)
2. You Are a Badass, by Jen Sincero (Paperback)
3. The Witches: Salem 1692, by Stacy Schiff (Hardcover)
4. F*ck Feelings, by Michael Bennett MD, Sarah Bennett (Paperback)
5. Grain Brain, by David Pearlmutter (Hardcover)
6. In the...
The Tsar of Love and Techno, by Anthony Marra
Every once in a while we read something that speaks to us on such a profound level that we find that the words resonate through our soul and stick with us. This is what The Tsar of Love and Techno did for me. The language was so poetic, yet the phrasing so unusual, that I am...
By Richard Roeper
The Chicago Sun-Times
Daniel Craig had some fans quite shaken and others stirred with his declaration last month he’d rather slash his wrists than play James Bond again. And though I’ve found Craig to be an excellent Bond in his four turns as 007, maybe it’s time for a new and fresh edition...
He Named Me Malala
Playing at Animas City Theatre
Directed by: Davis Guggenheim
Written by: Davis Guggenheim
Runtime: 2 hr.
Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer: 70%
Synopsis: An intimate portrait of Malala Yousafzai, who was wounded when Taliban gunmen...
Country musician visits Durango on Halloween
Playing a style of country music all his own, “redneck rock ‘n’ roller” Chris Cagle is coming in concert to the Community Concert Hall Saturday.
Cagle’s hits include “What a Beautiful Day,” and “Chicks Dig It.” Solo acoustic musician and special local guest Thom Chacon...