A Colorado native, Nate Wilde has been severely addicted to rock music for nearly his entire life. He was the guy that would hang out backstage after concerts in hopes of meeting his heroes, and many times he’d won the tickets off the radio. Not only has Nate been rocking the airwaves for upwards of 14 years, he’s also a rock journalist and has interviewed and photographed countless bands, artists, comedians, and actors. When he’s not talking about music, he’s most likely either attending a concert, playing guitar, or creating pen and ink portraits of his favorite rockers.
A Legendary Colorado Concert Will Be Getting the Vinyl Treatment
Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Primus, Ween, and Rush celebrated the 25th Anniversary of South Park at Colorado’s most iconic venue and the performances are set to be released on vinyl.
PHOTOS: Creepy Crawlers Took Over a Colorado Convention Center
See what you may have missed at the most recent Show Me Reptiles expo in Loveland, Colorado.
Two Colorado Cities Named the Ugliest, But is it True?
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but how accurate are the claims that name two Colorado cities as some of the ugliest in the country?
Avoid Having Your Car Stolen in Colorado by Thinking Like a Thief
Avoid getting your car stolen in Colorado by being aware of the newer tricks that thieves currently have up their sleeves.
Coloradans List Ideas to Introduce First-Timers to the State
Check out some great places across Colorado that residents recommend for first-timers.
One State Trying to Ban Cold Beer: Could it Happen in Colorado?
The state of Tennessee is pushing a bill through congress that if passed, would ban the sale of cold beer at retail locations. Could this ever happen in Colorado?
13 Phrases Many Coloradans Don’t Realize Have Troubling Origins
Many everyday phrases that seem harmless and are used by Coloradans regularly actually have more troubling origins than many realize.
Colorado Artist Depicts the Reality of Prison Life in Paintings
Artist Sarah McKenzie spent time in Colorado’s Sterling Correctional Facility as a teacher and has depicted scenes from her experience in her work.
How Candles and Vodka Can Help You Combat a Cold Colorado Winter
Check out a few brilliant life hacks to save you money and headaches this winter in Colorado using things like candles and vodka.
Colorado Woman’s Connections to the Dead Named the Ouija Board
Helen Nosworthy was living in Colorado when she was asked to speak to spirits via a Ouija Board which resulted in the board’s now-iconic name, as well as its patent.