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This Week in Colorado Springs (03/27 - 04/01)

Happy Easter!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - March 27, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ll be starting our week off with a bit of slushy rain/snow on Tuesday and a good chance of more rain on Wednesday, but after that we’ll have highs in the 50s and 60s all the way through the weekend! Now let’s see what the Springs has to offer this week!
 
We’ll be kicking off our week on Tuesday (3/27) with a trip over to the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be hosting Riverdance – The 20th Anniversary World Tour! is an innovative and exciting blend of dance, music and song. Drawing on Irish traditions, the combined talents of the performers propel Irish dancing and music into the present day, capturing the imagination of audiences across all ages and cultures. For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin in early 1995. This is a show you won’t want to miss!
 
With rain in the forecast for this Wednesday (3/28), we’ll take the opportunity to head over to the Space Foundation Discovery Center for their Family Star Party: Wherever the Weather GOES! An evening of looking to the stars and discovering the wonders of the universe. This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. Activities include: • Anemometers and rain gauge activities and crafts • Virtual Reality: 360˚ GOES Video • Night Sky Viewing: Moon & constellations • Science On a Sphere® presentations.
 
As for this Thursday (3/29), we’ll be making our way up to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Fun Home, the Tony Award winning musical! Fun Home is an original, refreshingly honest musical punctuated with an innovative score that frames the curiosity of childhood and the complexities of family. Alison’s father was many things: a historical preservationist, a funeral home director, a distant parent, and a closeted gay man. In the struggle to understand her father, while also dealing with her own budding sexuality, Alison reveals memories of her life at three different ages. This Tony Award–winning musical, based on the groundbreaking, best-selling graphic memoir, will take audiences on a heartrending and fiercely funny journey.
 
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (3/30), we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of the DeadPhish Orchestra! The Deadphish Orchestra is a quartet of Colorado musicians who, above all, are close friends who have played together for many years. They had played Grateful Dead songs together, and they had played Phish songs together. But they got to wondering what would happen if they tried to merge the music of these two bands, the Granddaddies and Daddies of the jamband scene. Members include: Paul “Lefty” Murin, Ted Tilton, Brian Adams, and Chris Sheldon. While these two bands have their surface similarities, most fans realize that their actual musical styles are quite different. The Grateful Dead are an earthy, folky, bluesy band where Phish is sharper around the edges–funky and more aggressive. But both bands have an improvisational approach to their live shows, and it is in that spontaneity where the magic really happens!
 
With weather looking to be nice and sunny on Saturday (3/31), we’ll be heading up to the Manitou Cliff Dwelling Museum where they’ll be hosting Colorado Wolf Adventures! Explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi and browse through two museums featuring cultural displays all overlooking the historic town of Manitou Springs. Have you ever met a Wolf? Ghost, Spirit and Apache are wonderful wolf ambassadors. Please note $20 for pictures and a 45 inch height minimum for children. Due to high demand arrive by 1:30 pm to see wolves.
 
And wrapping up our week with Easter Sunday (4/1), we’ll be swinging by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center where they’ll have Alex Harris’ Red White Blue and God Bless You, A Portrait of Northern New Mexico exhibit! Documentary Photographer Alex Harris began creating images of Northern New Mexico in the 1970s, exploring how the interiors and exteriors of homes and vehicles expressed people’s lives in their particular place. This exhibition features a selection of nearly three dozen photographs from Harris’ series Red White Blue and God Bless You, taken between 1979 and 1988, and completed as a book project in 1992. Through intimate views of exuberant lived spaces within these Hispanic American rural communities the artist presents his experience of the cultural landscape.

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This Week in Colorado Springs (3/13 - 3/18)

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - March 13, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! With Daylight Savings Time now in effect we’ll be seeing more sunshine in the afternoons, and with highs in the 50s and 60s all the way through next week, we’ll have plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy it!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (3/13), we’ll be heading out to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of A Chorus Line, the musical! A Chorus Line is a stunning musical-vérité about a chorus audition for a Broadway musical which celebrates those dedicated singer/dancers who make up the ensemble of a Broadway musical, moving them up front and center stage to tell their special tales of love and passion. A Chorus Line features the ground-breaking Tony Award-winning direction and choreography of Michael Bennett. It was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize and 9 Tony awards including Best Musical.
 
This Wednesday (3/14) we’ll have a fun pre-Saint Patrick’s Day at Front Range BBQ, where they’ll be hosting Out of Nowhere! Get your St Paddy's Day celebration started off right! Join them for a 'pre-party' with specials on Irish Whiskey as well as beer from Renegade Brewing Company - their brewery of the month! Out of Nowhere plays bluegrass and acoustic music. They take traditional (and not so traditional) tunes and make them their own. Toss in their duet harmony twists plus the fun they have together, and you've got a show!
 
As for this Thursday (3/15), we’ve got a very special treat coming to town! We’ll be making our way out to the brand-new Ent Center for the Arts for their presentation of Sarah Chang: Viva Piazzolla! Recognized as one of the foremost violinists of our time, Sarah Chang has performed with the most esteemed orchestras, conductors, and accompanists in an international career spanning more than two decades. Since her debut with the New York Philharmonic at the age of eight, Chang has continued to impress audiences with her technical virtuosity and refined emotional depth. In this special program, Chang celebrates Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and Argentine tango composer Astor Piazzolla’s response, The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
 
And getting our weekend underway with Friday (3/16), we’ll be making our way over to the Stargazers Theatre for their Spring Rockfest with Levi Rifkin and Vinyl Lust! Levi Maez has performed all around Colorado for 20 years. Levi is a dynamic vocalist and guitarist who always puts on a great show! Rifkin is a pianist and keyboardist who describes his music as “evolving classical,” mixing elements of classical, jazz, rock, and alternative music styles combining interwoven melodies with rhythmic intensity. Together, Levi & Rifkin and the Groove Band play classic rock that will get you up and dancing! Vinyl Lust plays all the good time classic rock that you love. Vinyl Lust plays all the good time classic rock that they grew up with. You’ll hear the music of The Beatles, Genesis, The Cars, Doobie Brothers, and Led Zeppelin, just to name a few!
 
Continuing on with Saturday (3/17, St. Patrick’s Day!), we’ll be heading out to Downtown Colorado Springs for the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade! The first annual Colorado Springs St Patrick’s Day Parade was held 34 years ago in Old Colorado City. After outgrowing the West Side they moved their festivities to the center of the city. Today they are the biggest and best start to events in the heart of Colorado Springs’ Downtown, every year! Join thousands of runners, hundreds of cyclists, dozens of dancing groups, Celtic bands, marching bands, schools, charities, businesses, and more for this IRISH DOWNTOWN CELEBRATION!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (3/18), we’ll be stopping by the Broadmoor World Arena to see The Original Harlem Globetrotters! The Harlem Globetrotters known for their one-of-a-kind family entertainment are bringing their 2018 World Tour to The Broadmoor World Arena on Sunday, March 18, 2018, to take on their long-time adversaries the Washington Generals! With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy LoftonAnt AtkinsonHi-Lite BrutonThunder LawBull Bullard and Cheese Chisholm – plus female stars TNT ListerAce Jackson and Hoops Green – the Globetrotters’ show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. Their game at The Broadmoor World Arena will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction. Ant to top it off, after the game the Globetrotter stars will sign autographs and take photos with fans!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (3/6 - 3/11)

Daylight Savings Time is Coming!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - March 6, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ve had some crazy wind for the past few days, but it’s looking like the weather is calming down for the rest of the week. We should be looking at highs in the 50s and 60s through Sunday, with mostly sunny skies every day except for Sunday. Sunday will be a bit more of an over-cast day, but still a high of 50! Now lets see what Colorado Springs has going on for the week.
 
Kicking off the week with Tuesday (3/6) we’ll be heading down to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their showing of the Baseera Khan gallery! Organized by Participant Inc. (New York, NY), this exhibition presents works by artist Baseera Khan that complicate common notions of Muslim women through the artist’s self-exploration of personal history and current geopolitical circumstances. Khan underscores the intersectional themes by the combination of secular, religious, and private imagery as in her series Psychedelic Prayer Rugs (Lunar Count Down, Act Up, and Purple Heart).

Continuing on with Wednesday (3/7), we’ll be heading up to the brand new Ent Center for the Performing Arts (5025 N Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO) for their presentation of Celtic Nights: Oceans of Hope! Celtic Nights is a vibrant celebration of Irish history, dance, and music, brought to life by some of Ireland’s greatest performers. They return to the United States for a tour of their newest show, Oceans of Hope, which spins a narrative of the harrowing experience of Irish immigrants as they escaped famine and war for opportunity in Canada and the United States. With stunning visuals and masterful storytelling, Celtic Nights is an experience not to be missed!
 
As for this Thursday (3/8), we’ll be making our way over to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of the Black Jacket Symphony! The Black Jacket Symphony offers a unique concert experience through recreating classic albums in a live performance setting. A selected album is performed in its entirety by a group of handpicked musicians specifically selected for each album, with no sonic detail being overlooked--the musicians do whatever it takes to musically reproduce the album.

The performance is separated into two sets. The first set features the album being recreated as a true symphonic piece. The second set, which features a selection of the album artist's "greatest hits," opens in full contrast to the first set with an incredible light display and the symphony being much more laid back. The tone is set very quickly that the show will feature the high level of musicianship of the act being covered and will also be accompanied by all the bells and whistles of a major rock and roll show.
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (3/9), we’ll be heading up to the Stargazers Theatre where they’ll be hosting The Elders! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early with some arse kickin’ Celtic Rock! The Elders were founded in 1998 by six individuals with a passion for music rooted in Americana and Celtic folk rock. From the beginning The Elders seemed to be channeling something ancient and enduring – something unaffected by fads, trends and the giant maw of mind-numbing commercialism. Their ability to bring together the art of story-telling with elements both musically progressive and rooted in tradition, has won them a broad international fan base, as well as critical acclaim in numerous publications such as PASTE Magazine, Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange, Music Row Magazine, Goldmine Magazine, TRAD Magazine (France), Chicago Sun-Times, Kansas City Star and many more!
 
Rolling along into Saturday (3/10), we’ll be heading right back to the Pikes Peak Center for their showing of Jo Koy! Jo Koy has come a long way from his modest beginnings at a Las Vegas coffee house. As one of today's vastly growing stand-­up comedians, Koy sells-­out comedy clubs and theaters across the nation with his infectious, explosive energy onstage. The comedian pulls inspiration from his family, specifically his son, who inspires humor across all boundaries.
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (3/11), we’ll be making our way out to the PACE Center for their presentation of Flamenco Vivo with Carlota Santana! The creative minds behind Flamenco Vivo take classical Spanish dancing and romantic flamenco guitar in bold new directions, creating an artistic experience with a wonderful traditional vibe. Fast tempos, whirling dresses, bright colors and fiery compositions come together to create a dramatic, cutting-edge performance. You won’t want to miss this one!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (2/27 - 3/2)

March is Here, and Spring is Fast Approaching!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - February 27, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Temperatures are steadily warming here in the Springs this week, with highs in the 40s to 50s all the way through next week. We did have some snow in the forecast for Wednesday, but it looks like that’s all cleared up! It should be a great week to get out and take in some sun, and some fun events!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (2/27), we’ll be heading over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of An Evening with Dar Williams! Dar Williams has been called “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters” by The New Yorker. Known as much for her staunch progressive ideals as her raw acoustic energy, Williams has been captivating audiences with her sheer elegance and honesty in her folk-pop songwriting since the ’90s. Williams’ growth as an individual over her two-decade-long career has gone hand-in-hand with her evolution as an artist, touring along the way with such distinguished peers as Joan Baez, Patty Griffin, Ani DiFranco, Loudon Wainwright III, and Shawn Colvin among others. You won’t want to miss this one!
 
This Wednesday (2/28) we’ll have a fun evening planned at Front Range BBQ, where you’ll find excellent food and some fantastic live music to accompany your meal! Their live musician for this Wednesday will be Aaron Kelly, an Illinois born rock/folk/blues singer and songwriter! Aaron Kelly grew up thinking big, making plans, and wondering where those trains were rolling to. Falling under the influence of Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, and Jack Kerouac, his songs aren’t too dissimilar from those crates and packages of the last century. They carry the promise that something good is coming. These are songs meant to ease a burden and bring a smile, carefully crafted and made to last!
 
And starting off the month of March on Thursday (3/1), we’ll be making our way out to the Whiskey Baron Dance Hall and Saloon, where they’ll be hosting Nathan Dean & The Damn Band! It’s been a long journey for four guys from different parts of the Midwest, but every mile logged is just another step closer to the one common goal: Bringing the music and the passion to as many people as possible. After almost six years with 200+ shows annually their persistence is obvious and the fan base is growing to show it. When Nathan Dean and the Damn Band hit the road in June of 2008 to promote their first studio album “She Don’t Know”, they had no idea that the tour would never end. And so the Damn Tour was born and continues to thrive. They’ve played huge clubs in big city markets like Phoenix, Denver, Chicago and L.A., as well as tiny, intimate venues all across the nation.
 
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (3/2) we’ll be stopping by the Pikes Peak Center for their showing of West Side Story with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic! Bernstein’s authentic American love story (inspired by Romeo and Juliet) will be shown in feature-length high definition. The Oscar-winning film will be shown above the stage with original vocals and dialogue, while the Philharmonic performs the score. As iconic a story as this is, you definitely won’t want to miss the chance to see the score performed by the incredible Colorado Springs Philharmonic!
 
Rolling right along into Saturday (3/3), we’ll be making our way out to the Colorado State fairgrounds in Pueblo, CO for The Great Benjamins Circus! They are a family of 3rd generation Circus performers originating out of Mexico and the United States. Their Circus is a one of a kind experience. Featuring Clowns, Juggling, acrobats, Daredevils, and much more! They pride themselves on bringing to you one of the oldest forms of live family entertainment. Their goal is to entertain children of all ages, so bring the little ones out and enjoy yourself!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (3/4), we’ll be heading out to the Colorado Springs School at their Trianon Building (21 Broadmoor ave.) for their presentation of the Veronika String Quartet! The Veronika String Quartet will present a musical program, to include beloved classics from Haydn and Beethoven to Dvorak and Tchaikovsky. Musicians and the Board are offering coffee and lavish desserts to accompany tremendous music experiences!
Donations are graciously accepted, as this is the Quartet’s annual fundraiser. Chamber Music with the Veronika String Quartet is 501(c)3 organization, all donations are 100% deductible.


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This Week in Colorado Springs (2/16 - 2/22)

The Snow Has Arrived!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - February 16, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ve been seeing a bit of a late winter this year, but it looks like we’re finally getting our snow! Hopefully you’re all staying safe on the roads, or calling for a shuttle for your transportation needs! We should be seeing clear skies this weekend, with snow returning to our area on Monday or Tuesday of next week. Perfect weather for a fun weekend and a chilly return to work next week!
 
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (2/16), we’ll be heading out to the Stargazers Theatre for their Collective Groove Concert & Dance Party! A newly assembled group of Colorado Spring's favorite top level artists and performers team up in Collective Groove, to bring you the most fun live music dance party ever! Playing high energy covers from the likes of Earth, Wind and Fire, Tower of Power, Chicago, Prince, and Steely Dan, this night of live music is sure to get you up and dancing with Collective Groove!
 
After a fun night of music and dancing on Friday, this Saturday (2/17) we’ll be heading over to the new Ent Center for the Arts for their showing of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic – Bernstein Serenade! Leonard Bernstein was a worldwide celebrity … and an enigma. The Philharmonic unpacks “Lenny,” including his influences, his faults, and his personal passions. The evening concludes with the elegant Serenade – after Plato’s “Symposium,” which unfolds as an elegy to the Good and the Beautiful.
 
And wrapping up our weekend with Sunday (2/18), we’ll be stopping by the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be hosting Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen! A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. Whether touring as a ‘Duo' or with his ‘Acoustic Group' or his ‘Large Band', Lovett's live performances show not only the breadth of this Texas legend's deep talents, but also the diversity of his influences, making him one of the most compelling and captivating musicians in popular music. Now three-decades on from the release of his debut album and with nineteen albums, including six live albums, to his name and thousands of shows under his belt, Robert Earl Keen Keen remains as committed to and inspired by his muse as ever. From his humble beginnings on the Texas folk scene, he's blazed a trail that's earned him living-legend (not to mention pioneer) status in the Americana music world.
 
As for this coming Monday (2/19), we’ll be making out way over to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their showing of The Art of Haiti: Loas, History, and Memory! This major exhibit explores the contemporary significance of Haitian art. Working in collaboration with the Centre d’Art in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the Fine Arts Center will present paintings by some of Haiti’s major 20th century artists. The exhibition will also feature new works by internationally renowned artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, as well as works by Haitian contemporary artists Tessa Mars and Ralph Allen. This exhibition will challenge commonly held ideas about Haiti as a site of exotic strangeness within the Americas, and offer new ways of understanding Haitian art.
 
And rolling right along into Tuesday (2/20), we’ll be making our now-weekly stop at Pub Dog Colorado for their Barks, Booze, & Bags Fundraiser! The fundraiser is to benefit the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Support homeless animals with every sip as $1 from each draft beer or wine sold is donated to HSPPR. Enter the “Doggie Bag Giveaway” for your chance to win prizes and cool dog swag! Doggie bags are filled with mystery prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Winners announced at 8pm.
 
This coming Wednesday (2/21) we don’t have much going on around town, but with temperatures projected to be near-freezing at the highest, it may be a good day to catch up on things at home (preferably in front of a warm fire or a nice space-heater!).
 
And wrapping up our week with Thursday (2/22), we’ll be heading on up to the Whiskey Baron Dance Hall and Saloon for their presentation of the Jeffrey Alan Band! Well versed in a wide variety of country music, the Jeffrey Alan Band brings big energy to any venue! Playing everything from Top 40 Covers to the classics as far back as the 50s as well as classic rock. Fantastic steel and electric guitars add big sound to smooth vocals and harmonies. You won’t want to miss this show!

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