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For the Record

Music got downright deadly in 2003. Some of the great ones went up to that big gig in the sky -- icons and legends like Johnny Cash, Barry White, Warren Zevon, Elliott Smith and Wesley Willis -- while the RIAA took off after grandmas and single moms around the country...
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On the Records

Looking back on it now, 2000 was kind of a letdown. Despite numerous predictions to the contrary, there weren't any widespread Y2K-related computer failures, a rare planetary alignment on May 5 didn't have any perceptible impact on Earth, and a rash of Internet-based music sites didn't dismantle the record industry...
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The Best of Denver 2014: Music category winners

7 years ago by Westword Staff
Westword's annual Best of Denver issue is on newsstands now. Within it, you'll find several hundred of our favorite things about this city, everything from best handcrafted signs to best tater tots. Go find yourself a copy to earmark and keep in your car or bicycle basket or whatever. It's...
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Meet the winners for the 2013 Westword Web Awards arts categories

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
Nominees and friends packed into Galvanize on December 5 for the 2013 Westword Web Awards, Westword's annual celebration of the most interesting Denverites on the Internet. With MC Jordan Doll at the helm, we handed out 21 awards across four categories, from the Best Music Video to the Best Politician...
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Prince proclaims the internet is "completely over." Here's five other things in that category.

11 years ago by Jef Otte
Well, there you have it: The internet is "completely over." That's according to Prince, who told the UK's Daily Mirror in advance of his new album 20TEN (which, incidentally, will only be released only on CD) that the world wide web was "like MTV: At one time, MTV was hip,...

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