• By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

Anyone who’s had the pleasure of meeting Stephen Sellars knows the guy puts soul and thought into all that he does, whether it’s teaching high school students at Durango’s Animas High School, playing bass for the Six Dollar String Band or helping a friend film a project in Cuba. 

  • By Leslie Vreeland, Elevated
  • Updated

We live in a region of few clouds, which translates into reliably dark, luminous skies, particularly on summer nights. For those attracted to skywatching, it’s one of the best reasons to live around here. 

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

What do you get when you mix the picking style of John Butler, the looping talent of Keller Williams and harmonica stylings of John Popper? Cousin Curtiss, the Denver-based musician who has been Telluride Ski Resort’s unofficial musician in residence the past two ski seasons.  

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

My favorite thing about “Scrapple,” which screens at the Telluride Town Park Base Camp at 8:45 p.m. as part of the 40th annual Mountainfilm, is the music. The movie’s original soundtrack featured 16 songs from. (In case you didn’t know, “Scrapple” was filmed in Telluride in 1996. I wrote, pr…

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

“I’m not from here, I just live here, locals long since moved away. Say I should have been here, back about 10 years before it got ruined by folks like me.” —James McMurtry

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

Whether there are throngs of tourists in the region or not, folks in the San Juans sure do love two things: live music and microbrews.    

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

Although it’s been quiet around most of Telluride over the past few weeks, the Sheridan Opera House has been ringing with the sound of 30 kids in grades 3-5, as they’ve been rehearsing for the school year’s final Young People’s Theater musical production. 

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

Mountainfilm is right around the corner, and with it the symbolic beginning of summer in Telluride. 

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

Musicology is the practice of musical genealogy. Much like digging into one’s own ancestry, the process works backwards. You start with a song or a band and then trace its roots as far back as you can.

  • By Leslie Vreeland, Elevated
  • Updated

We live in a region of few clouds, which translates into reliably dark, luminous skies, particularly on summer nights. For those attracted to skywatching, it’s one of the best reasons to live around here. 

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

What do you get when you mix the picking style of John Butler, the looping talent of Keller Williams and harmonica stylings of John Popper? Cousin Curtiss, the Denver-based musician who has been Telluride Ski Resort’s unofficial musician in residence the past two ski seasons.  

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

My favorite thing about “Scrapple,” which screens at the Telluride Town Park Base Camp at 8:45 p.m. as part of the 40th annual Mountainfilm, is the music. The movie’s original soundtrack featured 16 songs from. (In case you didn’t know, “Scrapple” was filmed in Telluride in 1996. I wrote, pr…

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

“I’m not from here, I just live here, locals long since moved away. Say I should have been here, back about 10 years before it got ruined by folks like me.” —James McMurtry

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

Whether there are throngs of tourists in the region or not, folks in the San Juans sure do love two things: live music and microbrews.    

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

Although it’s been quiet around most of Telluride over the past few weeks, the Sheridan Opera House has been ringing with the sound of 30 kids in grades 3-5, as they’ve been rehearsing for the school year’s final Young People’s Theater musical production. 

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

Mountainfilm is right around the corner, and with it the symbolic beginning of summer in Telluride. 

  • By Leslie Vreeland, Elevated

Soft calls sound like phew and chuck. Song is a short, subdued cheer, cheer-lee, churr.

  • By Geoff Hanson, One Step Ahead of the Blues

Musicology is the practice of musical genealogy. Much like digging into one’s own ancestry, the process works backwards. You start with a song or a band and then trace its roots as far back as you can.

  • By Kathrine Warren, Warren Commission

It’s always uncomfortable  asking people for money, but it’s become a popular tactic for independent artists and musicians, as they work to further their careers without traditional record labels backing them.