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Mar 19 15

Nickelback Playing at Red Rocks Amphitheater July 7th

by Connie Shearar

The band who got their name from the change given back from a coffee made by then Starbucks employee and now band member Mike Kroeger gave customers back for their coffee treat.  He would always say, “Here’s your nickel back.”  Success was nearly immediate from the band’s first release it was a seven-track EP called “Hersher” in 1996.  Their first full-length album Curb was a great success as well. The band is Canadian mainstream post-grunge rock coming to us from Hanna, Alberta, in Canada that grew to fame  on borrowed money and didn’t give up on a dream until it became a reality and success has been theirs across the late 1990’s and still going strong today! You can get your Nickelback Red Rock Amphitheater tickets for their show in West Valley City, Utah here or by going to vegastickets.com and finding the perfect tickets for your entire group.  Getting great deals on VIP passes and possibly finding back stage passes or meet and greet packages is not hard to accomplish using this website.  The best thing to do is come see for yourself!

Their shows are interlaced with stories about where the songs originated from totally making the experience personable and the entire band is so full of energy it makes the show exciting and they pump up the audience getting everyone involved one way or another.  Fans say they are one of the bands that sound even better live than recorded so this is one band you want to see live you will not walk away disappointed.  Remember you can get you tickets right here to see Nickelback playing the amazing venue that will give your whole group memories for years to come.  This will be an amazing show with extraordinary talent by musicians on their way to be legends in their own right.

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Mar 13 15

Rolling Stones Possibly Coming to Red Rocks

by Connie Shearar

Back on tour this year in the U.S. with a 14-city North American line-up, and a possible stop at Red Rock Amphitheatre in Denver, CO. Will be, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts & Ronnie Wood who form the current line-up of the legendary rock band the Rolling Stones.  It has been more than ten years since the group played in Denver and they have never played at the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre and word has it that the venue seems to be calling their name.

The promising young artists who at the time of creating the Rolling Stones, had no idea that more than 50 years later they would be world-famous and still touring together.   The line-up has changed multiple times the two names that are synonymous with Rolling Stones has been Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.  Their constant in the band has been tantamount to their success many say.  Keith Richards is quoted as saying with a laugh, “It’s incredible, really.  In that sense we’re still living on borrowed time.”  As Mick Jagger points out, “You have to put yourself back into that time, popular music wasn’t talked about on any kind of intellectual level and there was no such term as ‘popular culture.’ None of those things existed.”

After spending all of the last year overseas touring on their 14 On Fire tour which kicked off in Abu Dhabi and spanned thru Asia then onto Australia and New Zealand.  The 14 On Fire tour took place after their 50th anniversary celebration of five decades of the Rolling Stones bringing their iconic music to do an extremely successful mammoth run of concerts in the U.S. and the U.K. in 2013.  The group recently released their: The Rolling Stones: 50, a photographic autobiography.  It is available in hardcover and Ebook and was published by Thames & Hudson, it is the only official and authorized book to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary.  The Rolling Stones have had No. 1 singles and albums in every country that has a popular culture music chart and they have performed live in front of more people than any band…ever.

Mar 11 15

Fleetwood Mac comes to Red Rock Amphitheatre April 1st

by Connie Shearar

Fleetwood Mac Red Rocks Tickets

fleetwood mac 2015 tourThis is no April fool’s day joke, Fleetwood Mac will be in Colorado at the Red Rock Amphitheatre to put on another one of their amazing high energy shows.  The British-American rock band formed in 1967 in London and with only one original member present, drummer Mick Fleetwood and the band is making their way to the famous venue in Colorado next April to put on the show we all love to watch by World famous band Fleetwood Mac.  Gaining fame during two different successful periods for the band during the period of the 70’s with guitarist Peter Green and singer Stevie Nicks as a more pop-orientated act they achieved number one in UK with “Albatross” and then with the inclusion of Nicks the bands 1977 “Rumours” was their second album, Stevie Nick’s song “Dreams” was included on that album and it remained at No. 1 on the American charts for 31 weeks.  Fleetwood Mac tickets are available at this source for all of their shows.

Select members of the band have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have received the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.  The band has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide and in 2014, Christine McVie rejoined the band.  She originally joined the band with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks in the act that featured the ladies from 1975 to 1987.  Fleetwood Mac genre is rock, blues, soft rock and pop all rolled into one amazing act that we have come to know and love.  The diverse musical genius of Fleetwood Mac is what has kept this band’s fan base growing and growing and have shown fans they will continue to get better with age.  This show is a must see for all new and old fans of Fleetwood Mac.  If you loved their music when you were younger it has only gotten better with time and if this is your first Fleetwood Mac show you are in for a real treat.  Get ready to become a life-long fan!

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Mar 4 15

The Moody Blues Are Coming To Red Rocks

by Connie Shearar

Join the English rock band when they come to Colorado for “The Moody Blues Timeless Flight Tour” in celebration of their box set release,“The Polydor Years 1986-1992”. This 27 date tour begins on March 19th at The Hanover Theater for the Performing Arts in Worchester, Massachusetts and ends right here in Morrison, Colorado on May 10th at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Be prepared to hear your classic favorites as the band’s song lineup includes hits such as, “Nights In White Satin”, “Tuesday Afternoon”, “Ride My See Saw”, “The Story In Your Eyes”, “Isn’t Life Strange”, “Question”, “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)” and “Your Wildest Dreams”. This is one finale concert you won’t want to miss; be sure to pick up your Moody Blues tickets before they’re all sold out!

Standing at the forefront of the classic rock music scene for more than 40 years, The Moody Blues has sold more than 55 million albums worldwide and earned multi-Platinum, Platinum and Gold albums and singles while hitting Billboard at #1 on many occasions. To honor their success and fans who helped them get there, the band has released a box set containing six CDs and two DVDs. “The Polydor Years 1986-1992”collection has never before seen or heard features including 17 bonus tracks, 11 of which are first time releases. Furthermore, previously unreleased concert recordings been included along with the band’s official fan club-only documentary “The Other Side of Red Rocks”, which comes in a slipcase accompanying a 64-page hardbound book. After receiving this collection, there’s no doubt you will be scrambling to witness The Moody Blues relive their golden days on May 10th.

Feb 3 15

Stevie Wonder Coming to Denver March 17th

by Josh Moore

While it is nearly impossible to think that Stevie Wonder could add that much to his already unbelievable music legacy, he has gone and done just that. The artist whose first number one hit “Fingertips” was released five decades ago is still cranking out the hits and is experiencing a creative explosion comparable to the one he experienced in the 1970’s.

With Wonder’s first studio recordings in eight years, the creative genius has put together not one but two albums, both as original and imaginative in theory as they are in intention. Fulfilling a promise he made to his mother who passed away in 2006, Wonder created his first entry in to the gospel music realm. The second album is a venture into hip-hop and is also inspired by heartbreak Wonder has recently gone through in his life, including a painful divorce.

Don’t fret old school Motown fans, as Wonder has not turned his back on his legendary music for his current American tour. The award winning icon is electrifying ticket buyers by playing his 1976 album Songs in The Key of Life live in concert in its entirety.

Wonder will be performing at the Pepsi Center on March 17, 2015 and is a must-see for those who either grew up with Stevie Wonder’s music or are just falling in love with him for the very first time. The rare touring sensation will delight with both personality and his amazing musical talent.

Feb 2 15

Fleetwood Mac at the Pesi Center April 1rst

by Connie Shearar

No this is not an April fool’s day trick. Wednesday, April, 1 at 8:00 p.m. at the Pepsi Center the multi-purpose arena in Denver, Colorado. Home to the Denver Nuggets of the National Hockey League and the Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League. Thankful are all the music fans that in its off time it is used frequently as a concert venue.

Fleetwood Mac will be taking full advantage of the venue and all it has to offer so they can put on a great show for their fans as they always do. Fans love how personable and how even after all these years this band is still exceeding their expectations and the fact that the British-American rock band that formed in 1967 in London is still going strong. The only original band member is actually the band namesake, drummer Mick Fleetwood.

You can get your Fleetwood Mac tickets here come to vegastickets.com for all your ticket needs. The band’s first two big breaks came during the time they first were led by guitarist Peter Green and achieved a UK number one with “Albatross”. Then again when the band took on a more pop-oriented act that featured ladies Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. Nick’s song “Dreams” stayed at the No. 1 spot on the American chart for 31 weeks as well as reaching various number one spots around the world.   The band’s publicist Liz Rosenburg announced that Christie who quit the band in 1998 would be rejoining the band after a 30 year absence. The band also announced that a new album could be expected after the tour raps up this summer. There was so much hype and due to high demand extra dates have been added so everyone will have a chance to see this legendary band live and in person.

Jan 22 15

Three Things to Know about Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots vs Seahawks

by Jennifer Eakins
  1. Two No. 1 seeds at it again: No two teams who have been ranked the highest seed heading into the post season have made it through the playoff gauntlet to reach the Super Bowl in back to back years since 1983 & 1984; The Raiders and Redskins and 49ers and Dolphins respectively. Last season, Denver and Seattle were both number ones and the Patriots and Seahawks have made their way to the big game in that same spot this season.

 

  1. The last time they faced one another: If Super Bowl forty nine bears any resemblance to the last time these two teams met, we all better get our popcorn out and ready. New England lost to Seattle by a score of 24-23 on October 14, 2012 in Seattle. Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson was just a rookie and the Patriots had the lead early in the fourth quarter 23-10 until Seattle clawed their way back. One of the most memorable moments to come out of that game was as Seattle corner Richard Sherman walked off the field, he taunted Tom Brady even tweeting about it later asking “You Mad, Bro?”

 

  1. Robert Kraft’s Minions: Another intriguing storyline of this year’s Super Bowl is the careers of the two coaches Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll. Both men are the only two head coaches hired by Patriots owner Robert Kraft and have gone about their successes with different coaching styles and schemes. They will face off in Super Bowl XLIX and showcase their extremely prosperous leadership styles and techniques.

 

Fans of the NFL, the Seahawks and the Patriots will want to grab those illustrious Super Bowl tickets and head to Glendale, Arizona for this intense matchup. Aside from the three things mentioned here, both teams are physical, highly talented and are peaking at the right time, almost guaranteeing a tight, exciting game.

Jan 13 15

Packers Head To NFC Title Game – Beat Cowboys 26-21

by Josh Moore

In front of a packed crowd of freezing Packers ticket holders at Lambeau Field, Green Bay defeated the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 26-21 on Sunday afternoon.

A bit more stationary than usual due to a left calf injury, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers rallied his team from an eight point deficit with two touchdown passes in the second half to move on to the NFC title game. On the day, Rodgers threw for 316 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Eddie Lacy tacked on 101 yards on the ground in the winning effort.

Green Bay was helped immensely by a controversial video call with 4:06 remaining. Dez Bryant’s stretching bobbling 31-yard catch at the Packers one-yard line on a fourth-and-2 play was challenged by Packers’ Head Coach Mike McCarthy. Instead of a first-and-goal for the Cowboys as it was called, the ball went over to the Packers. While many argue the rule in place, the call was that Bryant did not maintain control of the ball all the way to the ground as the rule states.

The Cowboys first postseason trip to Green Bay since the Ice Bowl in 1967 resulted in their first road loss for the season. Running back Demarco Murray rushed for 123 yards with a touchdown and signal caller Tony Romo threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns all while sustaining an injury to his leg in the third quarter.

Despite two hobbled quarterbacks, the freezing temperatures and questionable calls by the officials, both teams played like it was their last game and left it all on the field.

Jan 7 15

Broncos vs Colts Preview AFC Divisional Game

by Jennifer Eakins

In a rematch from Week 1 of the 2014 NFL regular season, the Indianapolis Colts will fly west to meet the Denver Broncos in the Mile High City on Sunday. That game ended with a Bronco 31-24 victory; however both teams are in a different place after running the full NFL season gauntlet.

At the start of the season, the Colts had a healthy Ahmad Bradshaw who had proved to be a refreshing change from a non-performing Trent Richardson at pounding the ball on the ground. After an injury to Bradshaw, the Colts pretty much abandoned the run, especially in the last two games of the regular season where they ran for a total of 65 yards. Heading into the division game, the Colts are all Andrew Luck. With a corps of ailing yet talented wideouts and tight ends, Luck will have to win this game in the air. If the Broncos can figure out a way to stifle the talented quarterback, the game is theirs for the taking.

On the other side of the ball, Denver began the season with a questionable backfield and due to injuries sustained by Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman, found their superstar tandem in C.J. Anderson and Juwan Thompson. A team that used to rely on throwing the ball first with their future hall of fame quarterback Peyton Manning, now has a balanced attack and does not need to rely on the 38 year old to get it done.

Denver has a perfect record in the 2014 season at Sports Authority Field and their fans and Broncos ticket holders provide a true home-field advantage. It will be interesting to see if Andrew Luck can work another post season miracle and pull off a victory against the odds.

Jan 6 15

Preview: Seahawks vs Panthers Divisional Playoff

by Josh Moore

The Carolina Panthers finished 2014 with a losing record (7-8-1) and were treacherous for a large part of the regular season. They did however, end the regular season with four straight victories earning the AFC South title then took down the Cardinals 27-16 in the Wild Card round.

The Panthers end of season push was in part due to better offensive play mainly by running back Jonathan Stewart. His resurgence has taken some pressure off the defense and was a big factor in their first round victory. Against Arizona, Stewart finished with 24 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown. Stewart will need to be in prime form on Saturday against a Seattle team who holds the league’s number three rush defense, allowing just 81.5 rushing yards on average.

While the Seahawks and Panthers are very different teams schematically, they do share run-first offensive attacks headed by the league’s top mobile quarterbacks, (Russell Wilson and Cam Newton) as well as fierce defenses. In their current win streak, Carolina is giving up an average of only 11.8 points per game and Seattle just became only the second team in NFL history to lead the league in fewest points allowed for three consecutive seasons.

It is no secret that CenturyLink Field is a very difficult venue for opposing teams as Seahawks ticket holders are loud and so is the stadium. Carolina has played well against Seattle in the past two seasons and if any team is going to be able to go in there and pull it off, this hot Panthers’ team has a decent shot.