Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, Colorado
This summer, you can enjoy unprecedented hard rock music by checking out Clutch’s newest outing, No Stars Above Tour. The headlining trek was initially set for the spring of 2023, but due to insistent public demand, the band just announced several more dates for the summer! Now, the tour will conquer over 50 dates across the U.S. and Canada! The new set of shows includes a coveted stop at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado! On Saturday, 5th August 2023, Clutch will be delivering their sensational hits and fan favorites, such as “Electric Worry,” “The Regulator,” “Fortunate Son,” “Spacegrass,” and many more! Apart from older hits, the band will showcase songs from their latest album, Sunrise on Slaughter Beach! Moreover, special guests Dinosaur Jr. and Red Fang will be hyping up the crowd at the Fillmore Auditorium before Clutch hits the stage! If hard rock music is your jam, you better hurry and score tickets now!
American band Clutch has been belting out hard-rock staples since their breakthrough in the late ‘90s. The band’s third effort, Elephant Riders, became their career-defining album after it made its debut on the Billboard 200 and topped the Heatseekers chart. Released through Columbia Records, the band collaborated with acclaimed music producer Jack Douglas, better known for his work with John Lennon, Cheap Trick, Patti Smith, and more. The third effort spawned several notable singles, including the critically-acclaimed title track.
In 2001, Clutch made their debut on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock hits when the single “Careful with that Mic…” peaked at number 24 on the chart. The single was featured in the band’s fifth effort, Pure Rock Fury. The album, released via Atlantic, entered the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 3 on the Heatseekers chart. Three years later, Clutch debuted on the Top Independent Albums with their 2004 effort, Blast Tyrant. Released via DRT Entertainment, the 2004 album received wide acclaim from fans and critics and spawned the Mainstream Rock hit “The Mob Goes Wild.”
Beginning in 2009, the band started releasing music through their own record label, Weathermaker. The music imprint, named after their track in Blast Tyrant, was founded the previous year. The band found much commercial success despite releasing independently and their subsequent efforts all performed well on the Billboard 200.
Massachusetts-born trio Dinosaur Jr. emerged in the mid-’80s and has steadily become one of the most influential independent alternative rock bands in the scene. In 1993, Dinosaur Jr. made their breakthrough on the Billboard 200 chart when their fifth studio album, Where You Been, peaked at number 50. The band’s almost four-decade career has produced 12 highly-acclaimed albums, including their latest effort, Sweep It Into Space.
Another hard-rocking outfit, Red Fang, joins the line-up for Cluth’s summer outing. The Portland-based quartet recently made waves with their latest effort, Arrows, released through Relapse Records. The band has amassed quite a following after releasing their 2022 effort, Murder the Mountains, which debuted at number 25 on the Heatseekers chart.
If you want to experience a hard-rocking evening with some pretty epic bands, you better secure tickets now to Clutch’s No Stars Above Tour at the Fillmore Auditorium!