For being a relatively friendly bunch of guys, the Fray gets a lot of flak from critics. Admittedly, some of it is deserved as the band's overly earnest brand of pop/rock can be a bit grating. But hell, the majority of acts in the Top 40 can be just as annoying as Joe King and crew. And at least The ... More >>
This week's music feature is an interview with Joe King Carrasco, the king of Tex-Mex Rock 'n' Roll, who was born in the Panhandle and lives in Puerto Vallarta today. His most recent album is a reunion with El Molina, a band that features several members of the Texas Tornadoes. Carrasco is a youthfu ... More >>
Denver quartet The Fray are one of those successful pop bands that are pretty easy to dislike. Their songs pop up on shows like Grey's Anatomy and the band has built a loyal fan base within the Christian music market. However, despite massive popularity, songs such as "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and ... More >>
Saturday, March 10, at Kessler Theater
Lauryn HillEver since Lauryn Hill made a brief disappearance from the public eye in 2000, her career has been patchy at best. Her acoustic record in 2002, MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, was met with mediocre reviews, and the Fugees reunion fared even worse. But, aside from her brilliant output in the Fug ... More >>
By this busy line up of shows, you'd think it's already Friday.
Thursday, February 1, at the Darkside Lounge
All of This and More (Shake It)