We all know that left wings and right wings are for the birds (sorry), but when it comes to music we are left with a lot of right choices.
Playing For Change was born in 2002. The idea: hit the streets, armed with a mobile recording studio and cameras on a journey in search of inspiration and the heartbeat of the people.
When bands change the lyrics of an existing song to be used in a commercial, it becomes harder to separate the art from the ad. Here are five of the most bizarre examples.
This spring Alisha is taking Mile High Noon on the road to travel around our community and get to know what Colorado music you're listening to. Next up is Illegal Pete's, who share five songs and teach her how to make the Pete's carnitas burrito!
Alisha's guide to the upcoming Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park, Colo., including picks for films and events for the weekend-long event from April 24-27.
As far as Retrofit is concerned this week, two is definitely better than one. Duets have always had a certain musical appeal, typically bringing together two stars for an uncomfortable three minutes during which neither one knows exactly what they are doing.