| May 6, 2011
The University of Colorado, in Boulder’s Program Council presented GLOWfest 2011 featuring a “battle of the DJ’s” spinning the night away in a seven hour marathon of dance music, lasers and lights to a SRO crowd of nearly 4,000 at Balch Field House on the Boulder Campus. Talent included SAVOY, Crystal Castles, Sorry for Partying, Fresh2Death, Thick Chick and Josh McAdoo. Pictured (left-right) are Lobeline Communications P.R. guru Phil Lobel (a former CU Program Council Director) and current
| Apr 25, 2011
Respect Yourself: Interview with the Web Sheriff
STORY BY: Duncan Cooper
This is a pretty long interview but Britain’s Web Sheriff is a pretty weird thing: an artist-hired, sometimes clandestine but always incredibly personable copyright enforcement agency that continues to leave a very real mark on art on the internet, probably differently than forces before them. The dumbest way of looking at the world is like it’s not changing, and the
| Apr 21, 2011
Broomfield, CO – John Denver was the first inductee to the new Colorado Music Hall of Fame (along with Red Rocks Amphitheatre) in a sold out benefit concert of 6,000 fans at the 1STBANK Center, celebrating his music and life, hosted by Olivia Newton-John on Earth Day Eve. All three of Denver’s children were present, including with his first wife Annie (of “Annie’s Song”) and his second wife Cassandra Delaney Denver.
Inside the ‘Source Code’s’ Hollywood Premiere Party: Chad Hudson talks to The Hollywood Reporter about the fete, held at Boulevard3
| Apr 4, 2011
It’s not often that a movie premiere party goes until after 1 a.m., but the fete for The Source Code — held at Boulevard3 in Hollywood earlier this week — was still going into the morning.
“The DJ played a lot of house-y, upbeat music — more than you’d normally hear at a premiere party, because of the feel of the film — so people were actually on the dance floor until 1 a.m.
| Mar 21, 2011
John Giacobbi, an entertainment rights barrister, keeps a vigilant eye and ear on the web protecting musicians from pirated music worldwide. Giacobbi has worked as an attorney at Universal, RCA and other labels and grew up in the music industry.
| Mar 7, 2011
NEW ORLEANS — For Mardi Gras, Bourbon Pub and Parade owner Sandy Sachs hosted a Celebrity Brunch benefiting The Trevor Project. It raised over $5,000 for their suicide prevention hot lines, which help save the lives of LGBT and questioning youth nationwide.
Joining the celebrity brunch with Sachs were, (l-r) actor Jonathan Silverman, and his wife Jennifer Finnigan (star of the new ABC TV series “Better with You”); Sachs; Executive Director of The Trevor Project, Charles Robbins; Mardi