BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS 30th Anniversary Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Breckenridge Summer Beer Fest in the Works!
KSMT Great Heli Ski Giveaway
“40 Years of Fresh Tracks” Award-winning KSMT has been rocking the Breckenridge area for 40 years. Colorado’s choice for streaming hip hop, indie and classic rock, KSMT has one of the largest music libraries in the state. A promo powerhouse, KSMT partners with the ski areas, towns and resort chambers throughout Summit County to sponsor exciting events including the Breckenridge Beer Festival, The Great Heli Ski Giveaway, and the Frisco Free Family Fun Fair. For the best rock, hip hop, and indie music in Colorado, choose KSMT – The Mountain. Life’s just better up here.
With a creative team that includes Mick Jagger and Martin Scorcese, HBO's music-driven period drama Vinyl has quite the pedigree. The action centers on a fictional record label and its employees in rock & roll's pre-punk Seventies glory days, fueled by mountains of cocaine and unrelenting ego.
Predictably, the soundtrack is largely representative of... ...read more
Since the arrival of "Here It Goes Again" more than a decade ago, OK Go have continually pushed the limits of what's possible to do in a three-minute music video. For their latest clip, the band again reaches new heights, literally: "Upside Down & Inside Out" was filmed aboard an airplane traveling at... ...read more
Caught halfway between the stomp of mid-century rock & roll and the soulful kick of Delta blues, the Record Company kick up a raw, rootsy racket with "Hard Day Coming Down." It's a melancholic song, delivered from the perspective of a down-and-out man who's low on love, luck and cash. Driven... ...read more
While celebrating current pop achievements is a huge part of the Grammy mission, the ceremonies themselves always devote plenty of time to honoring past glories. Even by Grammys standards, the 2016 show will be unusually tribute-heavy, with various artists memorializing the many icons we've lost during the past year. Lady Gaga will... ...read more
The 1975 turned in a slinking, surprisingly funked-out cover of Justin Bieber's "Sorry" during an appearance on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Thursday.
Anchored by an impenetrable groove, the Manchester pop-rock outfit put a spacey spin on the song with swirling synths and sopping guitar lines, while frontman Matthew Healy delivered a... ...read more