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Best of Denver Locals 2011 (part 1)

December 20, 2011
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Best of Denver Locals 2011 (part 1)

It’s no secret that while I spotlight music from all over the world on this blog, I’m a particular fan of the Denver music scene. I’ve covered the music scene here for Examiner.com for a couple of years, and I’ve become friends with a lot of the local talent–and we do have some great...

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Help Stephanie Mabey “Wake Up”

October 9, 2011
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Help Stephanie Mabey “Wake Up”

So before I tell you about singer/songwriter Stephanie Mabey, a bit of a disclaimer… Just so you know, I’m a huge believer in crowdfunding projects and sites like Kickstarter, and I’m even down for throwing some money at them myself. But I’ve had some misgivings about promoting artists who are doing Kickstarter campaigns, simply...

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Palmer’s Gritty Folk Rock

July 3, 2011
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Palmer’s Gritty Folk Rock

Let’s begin at the beginning: Andy Palmer can’t sing. I’m serious. Think Bob Dylan. Think Tom Waits. Think Johnny Cash near the end of his life. That’s singer/songwriter Andy Palmer.¬†All through his record Sometime Around (released under the moniker “Palmer”), he growls, squeaks and strains through the lyrics with a voice that sounds at...

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I’m With Her: Deep Water Collaboration

June 29, 2011
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I’m With Her: Deep Water Collaboration

What do you get when you take an established country/roots singer from Denver and an established folk singer from Fargo, and put ‘em together? When Angie Stevens and Haley E. Rydell tried it, they came up with a new collaboration called I’m With Her. Both artists have found success on their own–Stevens with her...

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