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.
Ace Frehley is beginning the new year by looking back. The former Kiss guitarist's new LP, Origins Vol. 1 – due out April 15th – finds him covering songs by Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy and other artists that have inspired him over the years. His heavy-hitting take... ...read more
Last month, Arcade Fire and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band paid tribute to David Bowie in New Orleans' French Quarter and they shared clips of their performances of "Heroes," "Oh! You Pretty Things" and "Suffragette City." On Wednesday, Arcade Fire released a new edited video that documents the day's events.
In New Orleans style,... ...read more
Kanye West has revealed the final track list and title for his seventh album, The Life of Pablo, on Twitter. The LP is set to be released Thursday, February 11th.
For the album debut, West will host a listening party at Madison Square Garden on its release day. While West will... ...read more
Thomas Rhett began 2016 with what is likely to be one of the year's biggest country songs: the multi-week Number One "Die a Happy Man." Even after it fades from heavy rotation on radio, the second single from Rhett's ACM-nominated album Tangled Up is destined to be a wedding staple for... ...read more
In the coming weeks, Lady Gaga will become the first artist to perform at three of the biggest U.S. television events in the same year: the Super Bowl, the Grammy Awards and the Oscars. Five years ago, she made her Grammy debut by opening the show with none other than Elton John.
By the time the ceremony... ...read more
Vanity Fair pulled together 29 celebrities while at Sundance Film Festival to perform a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber's hit "Sorry." The clip was inspired by W Magazine's video of celebrities dramatically reciting Drake's "Hotline Bling."
"Is it too late to say I'm sorry that I don't know the song 'I'm... ...read more