If you are looking for some music to see this weekend in Denver, there are more shows to go to than probably most of the winter months even had. Here are just a few you might want to catch.
On Thursday February 10, 2010, The Decemberists will be in Denver at the Ogden Theatre in support of their new album The King is Dead. Getting their start in 2000 and releasing their first album Castaways and Cutouts in 2002, The Decemberists have continued to draw attention from the wide variety of fans the poppy style attracts. With albums Her Majesty in 2003, Picaresque in 2005, The Crane Wife in 2006 and the Hazards of Love in 2009, The Decemberists have become a staple of their hometown Portland, Oregon. The show starts at 9:00pm, is 16+ and costs $30. Go check out what The Decemberists are all about
On Friday February 11, 2010, The Indulgers will be playing in Denver at good old Scruffy Murphy’s. Not only is this band one of the best Celtic bands around, they are also from here in Colorado. They play almost everywhere and with six albums, you know their Celtic rock is a guaranteed good time. The show starts 9:00pm, is 21+ and is free! Make sure to drink a Guinness if you go.
On Saturday February 12, 2010, Denver’s own DeVotchka will be at the Fwww.livenation.com/Fillmore-Auditorium-tickets-Denver/venue/246097illmore Auditorium in Denver. For over a decade, DeVotchka has been blending Greek, Mariachi, Slavic and many more styles of music with American folk and punk. With seven albums out and a new album, 100 Lovers, to be released in March, Devotchka continues to influence several bands and gain notoriety in the music industry. They have appeared on a few compilations and on the soundtrack for the 2006 Little Miss Sunshine film. The show starts at 8:30pm, is 16+ and costs $25 before fees and $35 after. You will be floored when you see them perform their blend of music live.
Visit The Decemberists, The Indulgers, Devotchka, the Ogden Theatre, Scruffy Murphy’s, and the Fillmore Auditorium for more information.