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Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins 80524


204 S College Ave
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
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Thu, May 23, 2019 (8:00 PM MDT)
Rhett Miller


Rhett Miller of the Old 97's (solo) w/ TMULE, Andrew DeCarlo

b. September 6, 1970 in Austin, Texas. Longtime lead singer of Old 97's, released his first solo album in 1989.

204 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524 
$15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show

Upcoming Shows

Thu, May 23, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm MDT )
Rhett Miller
Rhett Miller of the Old 97's (solo) w/ TMULE, Andrew DeCarlo

b. September 6, 1970 in Austin, Texas. Longtime lead singer of Old 97's, released his first solo album in 1989.

$15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show
Fri, May 24, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
The Family Peach
The Family Peach (Tribute to the Allman Brothers) w/ Coral Creek Dead Set $15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show
Sat, May 25, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
The Movers & Shakers
The Movers & Shakers w/ Andy Sydow, Nick Pauly $15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show
Tue, May 28, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm MDT )
Chelsea Grin
Chelsea Grin – The Eternal Nightmare Tour w/ Slaughter To Prevail, Enterprise Earth, Traitors, Bodysnatcher, Colony Collapse

Chelsea Grin is an American deathcore band from Salt Lake City Utah, and was formed in 2007.

$18 Advance / $20 Day Of Show
Fri, May 31, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
Eon
Eon w/ Meeting House, Race To Neptune, Disturbance Happens Advance $12 / Day Of Show $15
Sat, June 1, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
Night Glitter
Night Glitter ft. LouLou of Thievery Corporation $12 Advance / $15 Day Of Show
Wed, June 5, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm MDT )
Brian Posehn
Brian Posehn

Brian Posehn (born July 6, 1966) is an American actor and comedian, mostly known for his television work. Part of the Comedians Of Comedy tour along with Patton Oswalt, Zach Galifianakis and Maria Bamford. Since the 2006 release of the groundbreaking 'Live In: Nerd Rage' album, Brian Posehn has found fame on TV (The Sarah Silverman Program), co-wrote 'The Last Christmas' Comic Book, appeared in several movies and supplies his voice in Rob Zombie's animated 'The Haunted World of El Superbeasto' but he never forgot his first two loves, metal and stand up. Posehn has never been more hilarious than on 'Fart & Weiner Jokes,' the new release featuring two more thrashing songs with his all-star band. Brian Posehn is the Slayer of comedy!

$20 Advance / $25 Day Of Show
Fri, June 7, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
Talib Kweli
Talib Kweli w/ Bad Neighbors, DJ Channell presented by 90.5 KCSU and Party Guru

Talib Kweli Greene, born October 3, 1975) is an American hip hop recording artist, entrepreneur, and social activist. Kweli earned recognition early on through his collaboration with fellow Brooklyn rapper Mos Def, when they formed the group Black Star. Kweli's musical career continued with solo success including collaborations with producers Kanye West, Just Blaze, and Pharrell Williams. His most recent solo album is titled Radio Silence, released in 2017. In 2011, Kweli founded his own record label, Javotti Media.

$20 Advance / $25 Day Of Show
Sat, June 8, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
Through the Roots
Through the Roots w/ For Peace Band, Roots of a Rebellion

From what was once a dream inspired by close friends, to humble beginnings filled with living room jams, late nights writing songs in the garage, backyard house parties and countless complaints from neighbors, San Diego-based reggae/rock band Through the Roots was born. By coincidence in early 2008, Evan Hawkins and Taylor Boatwright met at a local guitar center. It was there that Evan shared his vision with Taylor, which eventually led to the beginning of TTR. Evan and Taylor came from different musical backgrounds but shared some similar musical tastes, and both were very moved by reggae. They believed TTR would provide them with the perfect vehicle to spread their message and adopted a Cali reggae/rock concept. In late 2008, Through the Roots added Brady O'Rear to round out the group's core. He brought his own musical tastes, complete with Hawaiian Islands reggae, and mixed them with those of Evan's and Taylor's to give TTR a broader range of ideas and influences to draw from. Through the Roots quickly moved from the streets and backyard shows to touring in 2010 and soon hooked up for West Coast and national tours with some of the reggae/rock genres top headliners. The San Diego band eventually added Corrick Watson (lead guitar/vocals) and Budda Foster (bassist/keys) from Los Angeles to the talented, five-man mix. With the band set, Through the Roots looks forward to continue spreading its positive messages, and showcasing its high energy shows to a growing legion of fans.

$15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show
Fri, June 14, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
kLL sMTH
kLL sMTH

My sole mission in life is to keep your ears listening, your brain thinking, your hearts radiating, and most of all, your booty shakin!

$12 Advance / $15 Day Of Show
Sat, June 15, 2019 (11:30am - 1:30pm MDT )
The Music of Grateful Dead for Kids Father's Day Celebration
The Music of Grateful Dead for Kids Father's Day Celebration $15
Sat, June 15, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
Steely Dead
Steely Dead w/ Banshee Tree, Coal Town Reunion

Steely Dead is a musical hybrid of the the Grateful Dead and Steely Dan. Sonic worlds collide, between the structure, arrangement and precision studio recordings of rock legends Steely Dan, cross-pollinated with the Grateful Dead’s free flowing, melodic improvisation and masterful song segues. Steely Dead merges these major concepts together while infusing the influence unto each band. For example taking the Grateful Dead’s rocking set ender Deal and Steely Dan’s Reelin’ In the Years creating the mashup Dealin’ in the Years. Steely Dead is committed to the nuance of both bands while remaining playful with jam segues between songs, and delivering a unique musical blend. For fans of both or either one of these great bands.

$12 Advance / $15 Day Of Show
Fri, June 21, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm MDT )
American Aquarium
American Aquarium with Brandy Zdan

In the lush tobacco fields of North Carolina where BJ Barham was raised, people work hard. Families stay nearby, toiling and growing together. BJ loves those farms and his tiny Reidsville hometown, but he had to run off and start American Aquarium, a band now beloved by thousands. BJ couldn’t stay. But he couldn’t really leave, either: he’s still singing about the lessons, stories, and lives that define rural America––and him. “I moved to the big city to go to college and fell in love with music,” BJ says. “But half the songs on our record are about small towns––little pieces of my childhood. I’ve had moments where it turns out a piece of broken English my father repeated twice a week is the most accurate way to say something. So I put it in a song.” American Aquarium’s seventh studio album Things Change offers the band’s finest collection of folk-infused Southern rock-and-roll to date. Stacked with BJ’s signature storytelling––always deeply personal but also instantly relatable––the record questions and curses current events, shares one man’s intimate evolution, and leaves listeners with a priceless gift: hope. “In my early 20s, I was not as hopeful,” BJ says. “Now, as I’m getting ready to become a father, I think I have to be hopeful––especially with the situation our country is in now. For her sake, I have to be positive.” He pauses. “Her” is his daughter, due in the spring of 2018. BJ adds, “Being self-aware has always been a blessing and a curse. But that’s what’s always made my songwriting relatable to people. I don’t hold back. I’m almost too honest.” BJ’s candor has fueled American Aquarium’s runaway appeal, visible most clearly in consistently sold-out shows across the country and throughout Europe – between 200 and 250 dates a year. Much has changed for the band and BJ since their acclaimed last effort, Wolves. In 2017, every American Aquarium member save BJ quit the group. American Aquarium has featured about 30 players since BJ founded the outfit in 2006, and while each member has left indelible marks, the band has always been anchored by the literary songs and sometimes roaring, sometimes whispering, drawl of BJ Barham. BJ’s personal life also underwent seismic shifts: He got sober. He got married. Soon, he’ll be a dad. Featuring a new band lineup that includes Shane Boeker on lead guitar, drummer Joey Bybee, bassist Ben Hussey, and Adam Kurtz on pedal steel and electric guitar, as well as a reinvigorated frontman in BJ, Things Change is American Aquarium’s first release on a label after selling thousands of records on their own. “As an artist, your goal is for the newest thing you do to be better than the last. You’re slowly whittling away the bullshit to try and get to the truth,” BJ says. “With this album, I learned how to cut some of that fat so that it’s just truth. It’s our best record.” Recorded at 3CG Records in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Things Change was produced by Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter John Fulbright and features cameos from Americana standouts including John Moreland and Jamie Lin Wilson. Brazen album opener “The World is on Fire” is a richly layered rock-and-roll anthem that documents BJ and his wife’s stunned reaction to the last presidential election. Emotional and conversational, the song taps into widespread feelings of confusion and fear: “She said, ‘What are we going to do? What’s this world coming to?’ / For the first time in my whole life, I stood there speechless.” But what begins as despair builds into defiant faith, as BJ growls a call to action to cap off one of his favorite songs he’s ever written. “I’m complaining about the state of things, and then the third verse almost serves as a challenge to myself: hey, you’re in charge of another human being. You can create change,” he says. Driving rock-and-roller “Crooked + Straight” explores the small-town consequences of questioning religion, and the tightness of family in the face of one member’s rejection. His father’s advice anchors the song. “I come from a blue-collar family. I’m the only one who didn’t go into farming. I learned if you want something, you have to go out and take it. You can’t expect anything from anybody,” BJ says. “You can only go out there and work harder. My dad always said you can outwork anybody else.” Love for hard work and the people who carry it out appears repeatedly throughout Things Change. Guitar-heavy “Tough Folks” is a snarling ode to those with dirt under their fingernails, while bass- and pedal-steel-infused “Work Conquers All” spins a tale in praise and pursuit of Oklahoma’s state motto. The album’s love songs are the kind of achingly beautiful that only comes with maturity and a willingness to expose one’s own flaws. Haunting “Shadows of You” recalls a lover’s flight as the protagonist longs for what he let get away. Gorgeous “Till the Final Curtain Falls” celebrates loyalty and pledges endless devotion. The moving title track takes an often doleful topic––people’s tendency to change––and turns it on its head, tracing BJ’s personal growth and recognizing his now-wife’s steadfast love. BJ’s other two favorite tracks are album standouts. Moving “When We Were Younger Men” addresses the break-up of American Aquarium head on. As BJ professes love for his former bandmates over stripped down acoustic guitar, his voice is honeyed and deep. “It’s an open letter to five guys who I spent eight years of my life with seeing the entire world,” BJ says. “I think anyone who has ever had to walk away from a friendship or has had somebody walk away from them will relate to the song.” Stunner “One Day at a Time” is self-perceptive and vulnerable, detailing BJ’s battles with himself. Even within his career full of well-written gems, the song is a towering accomplishment. “At the end of the day, if you’re not writing songs to affect other people’s lives, you’re in it for the wrong reasons,” BJ says, reflecting on the new album, where he’s been, and where American Aquarium is headed. “Money may come and go. You may never get fame. But if you sit down and write songs to affect people, you can do it your whole life and be happy.”

$15 Advance / $18 Day Of Show