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These concerts will be announced on 90.5 KCSU and kcsufm.com every day at 5, 7, and 9 p.m.
This calendar is also printed in The Rocky Mountain Collegian Newspaper Monday and Wednesday.

Sunday, November 17th

The Armory is hosting Penny & Sparrow at 7 pm.Penny & Sparrow will be performing their sixth studio album, ‘Finch’. Written during their first major break from the road in years, the duo breaks their hiatus to bring you a live performance at the Armory.

Saturday, November 16th

Pinball Jones Campus West is hosting People in General, Satellite Pilot and Janet Earth at 8 pm. This arrangement of local bands is sure to get your body moving. People in General bring a jazz-pop/math rock sound, with Satellite Pilot’s indie pop sound and Janet Earth’s eclectic style, ranging from ukulele to raunchy indie rock and soft alternative pop.

The Aggie Theatre is hosting How the Grouch Stole Christmas Final Tour with Murs, Dj Abilities, Kind Dub, Mitchell James and BBMC at 9 pm.The Grouch is one of the founding members of the internationally infamous underground rap crew, The Living Legends. You may also recognize the Grouch from groups like the Grouch & Eligh, Zion I & The Grouch, and The CMA, which he participates in outside of his solo rap career.

Friday, November 15th

The Aggie Theatre is hosting The Great Salmon Famine with Float Like a Buffalo, Night Shades and Ms. Nomer at 8:30 pm. Serving as an EP release show for The Great Salmon Famine, you can expect upbeat, funky tunes complete with kazoo solos and positive energy. According to Sam Bulkley, “This jamming funk-fusion group creates an energetic atmosphere that moves anybody listening to it.”

The Boulder Theatre is hosting Brittany Howard at 8:30 pm. Formerly of Alabama Shakes, Brittany Howard has branched out to create her own solo work. In an interview with Pitchfork, Howard says “everything needed to be centered around me: the vision, the music, the arrangements, the sounds. Not in a selfish way, but in a completely-taking-your-power-and-owning-it way. It is strange being in the center, but I’m getting used to it.” On her new album, Jaime, she owns her narrative, while paying homage to her sister, who died at 13 after being diagnosed with a rare form of eye cancer.

Pinball Jones Campus West is hosting Chess at Breakfast, safekeeper and The Crooked Rugs at 8 pm. This combination of local rock bands should provide a night of heavy tunes that are easy to get down to. Chess at Breakfast bring a psych rock aesthetic, while safekeeper writes “sad, abrasive songs for sad, abrasive people” and The Crooked Rugs’ more classic sound steeped in the feeling of growing up in a small mountain town.

Thursday, November 14th

The Aggie Theatre is hosting Ekali with Kyral x Banko and Funkstatik at 8:30 pm. Ekali is an electronic, music dance artist picking up steam with the release of his EP “Crystal Eyes”. If you missed him opening up for Illenium on the Ascend tour, you can see this star before he releases his full-length album.

Pinball Jones Campus West is hosting Meat n Potatoes, Jakob Mueller and Girl in a Band at 9 pm. These local artists will be putting on a varied show with their overall laidback, calm styles. Brandon Harris has a degree in jazz guitar, but also plays saxophone, bass guitar, keyboard, percussion, and vocals, which all round out the style of Meat n Potatoes, Jakob Mueller showcases his individual style apart from his highly acclaimed local band, Slow Caves. Lastly, but certainly not least, Mary Ellendorff from local band Janet Earth is branching out to create her own music as well.

Wednesday, November 13th

Ace Gillett’s is hosting live jazz at 8 pm. You can kick back, relax and travel back in time to the 1940’s with the smooth sounds of Ace Gillett’s Subterranean Jazz Trio. You can enjoy the vintage mood of this underground lounge while sipping a martini.

Tuesday, November 12th

Washington’s is hosting Hippo Campus with The Greeting Committee at 7 pm.
You may know them from their hit Buttercup, a feel good indie tune or their new album titled Bambi. Hippo Campus is an indie rock band from St. Paul, Minnesota.They have performed at South by Southwest, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and Summerfest, but they prefer headlining their own shows. Band member Stocker told cleve scene that “Creatively, it’s more fulfilling to have your own show”. That being said, this show is sure to showcase their individual and self proclaimed creativity!

Monday, November 11th

The Boulder Theatre is hosting Hippo Campus with The Greeting Committee at 8:30 pm.
You may know them from their hit Buttercup, a feel good indie tune or their new album titled Bambi. Hippo Campus is an indie rock band from St. Paul, Minnesota.They have performed at South by Southwest, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and Summerfest, but they prefer headlining their own shows. Band member Stocker told cleve scene that “Creatively, it’s more fulfilling to have your own show”. That being said, this show is sure to showcase their individual and self proclaimed creativity!
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