The mile high city has a vibrant music scene, offering the world an intriguing mix of sounds ranging from classical to contemporary funk. This section of Denver Color lists web sites for the Denver music scene. The categories above should be pretty straight forward. The musicians category lists sites for individual musicians. The band category lists sites for bands. Currently, there are separate categories for classical music, choral music and Jazz.
Peneplain Music (peneplainmusic.com) Jazz groups from solo piano to sextet; classic to contemporary styles. Talented, professional, original and flexible to meet the needs of all types of events.
Hip Hop/ Rap Reviews, Literary Articles (www.hiphoplinguistics.com) Hip-Hop Linguistics exists for the purpose of studying, interpreting and understanding hip-hop music, language, philosophy and culture.
Erebus Music (erebusmusic.com) Erebus offers practice studios for musicians.
The Spirituals Project (www.spiritualsproject.org) Project works to preserve and revitalize the music and teachings of the sacred songs called ???spirituals,??? created and first sung by enslaved Africans in America in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Beatport (www.beatport.com) - review Beatport lets you mix it up. The site lets you download top dance mixes for your own private dance gigs.
Rock On Colorado (www.rockoncolorado.com) Rock On Colorado is a site about Denver's rock scene. The site includes reviews of bands, albums and live events.