303 Magazine – features a monthly New Colorado Music (audio and video) You Should Know along with regular reviews and more.

5280 Magazine– reviews and more.

BandWagon Magazine – BandWagon Magazine is a free monthly publication and marketing company, based out of our office inside the Moxi Theater at 802 9th Street in Downtown Greeley, Colorado. Our goal is to help cultivate and report on live music, arts, entertainment, nightlife and community in Northern Colorado.

Colorado Music Business Organization – COMBO is a community organization of musicians, music business professionals, and music scene supporters. The Colorado Music Business Organization’s mission is to offer the best networking, education, and support resources for the Colorado music community.

Colorado Music Hall of Fame – Colorado Music Hall of Fame celebrates our state’s music heritage and inspires the future of Colorado music through their museum, educational programming, induction concerts and events.

Colorado Music Experience – a non-profit organization established to preserve the legacy of Colorado music, serves as a repository for informational and archival resources and presents them in intriguing, engaging and entertaining ways.

Diversify the Stage – a network of industry professionals and community engagement organizations collectively working to build a culture of accountability to establish more inclusive hiring practices and greater access to equitable opportunities in live music, events, and touring industries. – designed as a central hub for live music in Colorado, the site launched in FEB 2022 and is in development.

MAPS (Mr. Anonymous Philanthropic Society) – A Colorado non-profit organization based in Vail, MAPS “…empowers artists to promote unity and peace in our communities through music.”  MAPs “…raises the level of arts and entertainment in communities by streamlining the process of content creation with outdoor concerts, recording sessions, music distribution, music mentoring and mobile music [Go MAPS Music Van].”

the Music District – The Music District is a dynamic gathering hub, workspace, and creative playground for the music community. For the novice or pro, it’s a place where anyone can develop the art, learn the business, and share skills and passions with musicians and music lovers. A living laboratory, it will continuously evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of the Northern Colorado ecosystem and the wider music world.

POPBOPROCKTILUDROP – Want to know about Colorado records from the 50s and 60s?  Go here…

Pueblo City Limits – Obscure vinyl recordings (and the stories behind them) from Southern Colorado. We’re talking along Highway 50, Holly to Montrose, and south to the New Mexico state line.

Reverb/the Denver Post — blogs about more local shows and album releases than just about anyone around.  Excellent daily source of high fiber music related news regardless of professional stature or label status.

The Riff Rag – A monthly, digital magazine based out of Colorado Springs, covering the Colorado local music scene. All genres included. Digital subscriptions available for $12/year.

Rocky Mountain Music Relief – a CO 501C3 supporting artists affected by natural disasters in our state.

Sonic Guild – Sonic Guild Colorado supports the creation and performance of music throughout Colorado. The music industry, always a hard environment for any artist to make it, is only becoming more challenging. Yet the depth and breadth of incredible music being made in many of our communities is better than ever.

Swallow Hill Music – For more than 40 years, Swallow Hill has offered music lessons, presented and promoted concerts, and provided music education in under-resourced communities in the Denver metro.

Westword Denver (Music) – Denver’s independent source of local news and culture.

DENVER/NoCO Public/Community Radio

88.9FM KRFC  (Fort Collins/Northern Front Range) – this is where the Colorado Playlist began in 2006.  Independent djs consistently play twelve to twenty “new” (12 months old) Colorado releases a week, along with live in studio sessions and a featured “Colorado artist of the day.” The station tends to favor Americana and singer-songwriter styles.

105.5 the Colorado Sound (Greeley/Northern Front Range) – on the air since February 2016, the Colorado Sound plays more “new” (12 months old) Colorado music releases, more consistently, than any other station in Colorado, based on weekly surveys of 13 community and college radio stations in the state.  Airs the Colorado Playlist Sat 6AM and Sun 6PM. Airs on 88.9 in Steamboat Springs and 94.3 in Breckenridge.

Indie 102.3 (Denver/Northern Front Range) – showcases local talent in the Local 303, an hourly on-air feature. Local 303 artists are played on-air all month long and promoted on Indie 102.3’s social media. Select artists are also featured on More from the Local 303 and invited to the Local 303 Meetup, which currently takes place the last Monday of every month.  Typically features ten-twelve “new” releases a month.  

Indie 102.3 is heard statewide:
Colorado Springs at 89.7 FM
Denver/Boulder at 102.3 FM
Manitou Springs at 89.1 FM
Pueblo at 93.3 FM
Fort Collins at 90.9 FM
Vail at 88.5 FM
Carbondale and the Roaring Fork Valley at 96.7 FM
Glenwood Springs at 107.7 FM
Redstone at 98.7 FM
Basalt at 92.3 FM
Woody Creek at 89.7 FM

KGNU (Boulder) – “We seek to stimulate, educate and entertain our audience, to reflect the diversity of the local and world community, and to provide a channel for individuals, groups, issues and music that have been overlooked, suppressed or under-represented by other media.”
KUVO Jazz – Since 1985 KUVO has provided a blend of jazz, Latin jazz and blues.


KAFM (Grand Junction)
KDNK (Carbondale)
KFFR (Winter Park)
KHEN (Salida)
KJAC (Northern Colorado/Denver)
KLZR (Westcliffe)
KOTO (Telluride)
KOYC (Pueblo)
KRZA (Alamosa)
KSJD (Cortez/Four Corners)
KSUT (Ignacio/Durango)


  1. To whom it may concern,

    My name is James Harper and I am in a local band based out of Denver CO and we go by the 303 Movement. Over the last year we have created a pretty well known buzz about us and as of last thursday we just released our first full length album “All In” at the Bluebird Theater. I was wondering how we possibly get a blogger to look at us or even get a review on our album? If there is any chance of us working together please let us know! We look forward to hearing from you.

    James Harper

    303 Movement

  2. No Reverb? The Denver Post’s music blog reviews more live shows than anyone else in Colorado.

  3. Hi Sound Folks,

    How are you? Hope all is well. I represent an artist out of Colorado who is interested in being a part of your site, be it a review, interview or coming out to a show. Please let me know if you’d like more info on him and his music and I’ll gladly send that over for your to review and hopefully we can get something going!

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Kendra — pls forward me a link to your artist’s website, reverbnation page, facebook or bandcamp.. Pls do not send a myspace link – I don’t go there anymore. —- thank you … goat

  4. Hi Goat,

    Thanks for the great sound last night. I really appreciate it. And thanks for turning me on to your Colorado Music and Radio site. Very cool.

    I want to follow up with the new Signel-Z CD Io Rise. This is the 5-piece original jazz/MoJa/eclectic instrumental group (watch for the Vocal Edition – recording coming soon). Here is a link for a preview, I will get a CD to you soon too:
    FYI: I play guitar with Signel-Z and bass with Signel-Z Vocal Edition and GOT and Martian Acres.

    Kind regards,


  5. Please include in your links as a free website for artists to market their goods and services, post events, write blogs i.e. articles to include their lyrics …

  6. Hey! This is a band from Fort Collins, making waves in the South right now… check em out…

    Covergeist is a band created by Aliens from planet Nibiru that have mutated into human form for the purpose of taking over the world and enslaving the human race with sound.

    just kidding.

    Covergeist is just a band that rocks.

    Justin is the singer and guitar player. He is from Colorado and has quite an interesting story. He was the intern on Taylor Swift’s first album, was a childhood big-shot starring in things like a Power Rangers underwear commercial, Justin lived in Brazil, worked in studios all over Nashville, and eventually got fired from one studio for playing Billy Gibbons (ZZTop) guitar. Justin is one of the most recognizable songwriters and personalities in Nashville. Some love him, some hate him, but everyone has a story about the lead singer of Covergeist. Justin is also a political activist, poet, painter, potter, pot head and spiritual guru. He is very friendly passionate and personable, yet easily annoyed and explosively spontaneous, regularly destroying the set at shows. One can recall the tale of when after becoming frustrated with the sound, he not only broke his instrument, but proceeded to topple the piano of the following act. Nonetheless, he has made lots of friends and enemies in acting this way, all in the name of Rock and Roll.

    There is an ever-rotating cast of bass players. In the 4 years Covergeist has been a band they have had over 10 bass players. Big ones, small ones, fat ones, dorky ones, good ones, bad ones. The most likely cause for the circus sideshow of characters playing for Covergeist is that most people simply can’t handle David’s height or Justin’s pre-madonna attitude and extreme work-aholic behavior.

    Not only is David the drummer of Covergeist, but many people believe he is the next great drummer in Rock N Roll. His skill is like a love child of Keith Moon and John Bonham getting eaten alive by Amazonian Piranhas. And all that nasty sound comes from his custom sparkling pink drum set with gigantic toms and celestial cymbals. David is full of energy and he regularly jumps up on his drum thrown screaming and knocks over his kit, all the while never missing a beat and always on tempo. He is tall. So tall the American Government has classified him as the last of the Giant Race. In fact, David is so tall that he could’ve been a NBA basketball player but he realized his true love was knitting, but after a freak sewing accident in the mountains of Tibet, he took up the drums and the rest is history. Don’t let his ravishing good looks deceive you ladies, he is a monster behind the drums whose only comparison could be Animal from Sesame Street… and no he will not play Wipeout for $20… but he WILL play Moby Dick for a blow job and a Irish Car Bomb. One of his greatest feats was during a show in Nashville when a Batchelorette party came to a Covergeist show and actually ripped his underwear off and he finished the set naked. Other than that he is a wholesome family man.

    believe it or not… everything above is true.
    and if you don’t believe it… then $%^& you.

    Check out the band online!

  7. Hi, Colorado Sound. I’m part of an Americana band called Young Valley allll the way from Jackson, Mississippi. We’re playing the Lion’s Lair March 6th with Greasy Species and Bib Tucker & the Liar’s Club, and I’m looking for good places to drop a little press release, other business about our band and our upcoming Denver debut.
    We’re some Southern gents in a four-piece group that likes to take an old Gary Stewart country ballad, spice it up with a little Tex-Mex groove, and rough all the edges with some twangy guitar licks and lots of yelling . Our songs tend to be about the Devil, Jesus, drugs, alcohol, all of our sad broken hearts and the ones we’ve broken along the way, and of course, our great state, Mississippi.
    We’ve been called a lot of shit. Twangy Gnar. Boogie Woogie. Assholes, but it’s good, it’s honest, and you’ll find something you like.

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