I know this has nothing to do with music, but I just have to give the Indianapolis Colts another shout out for winning the Super Bowl this year. I have been a patient fan for so long, and I could not be happier. I have also been hearing a lot of complaints about the Prince performance during the halftime show. Are you crazy? You should feel lucky just to see Prince perform at all - the Super Bowl was just a bonus. There might not be any acts as big as Prince in Vail this week, but there is still plenty of talent coming through our beloved town. Second chance for DensonYou may have seen The Karl Denson Trio last Friday at Sherpa and Yeti's, but for those of you who missed them, you now have a second chance to watch magic on stage at 8150. Denson and his band of merry men are masters of funk, and they will keep you grooving through the night. The extra-silky sounds of Denson's sax are enough to bring tears to a grown man's eyes. It will move you. Ramble onFinnegan's Wake brings Rocky Mountain dancegrass to the masses with WhiteWater Ramble. Based in Fort Collins, they fuse aspects of bluegrass, funk, jazz, reggae and much more to create a musical mutant that is as fun to listen to as it is to dance to. Ramble makes honest, energetic songs full of great playing, and since their inception only three years ago, they have only gotten better at what they do. They are a blossoming flower on the bluegrass scene.Get in the gutterFriday night at 8150, punk legends Guttermouth take their antics to the limit to blow you away with their mind-bending, face-smashing performance. Not for the faint of heart, only go to this show if you do not wear a pacemaker, are not prone to seizures, do not get offended by profanity and controversial lyrics and love getting smashed by 100 other fans at the same time. If this doesn't describe you, have fun staying home and watching reruns of "The Facts of Life." A constant flurry of guitar riffs and unrelenting drum beats will either have you taken away on a stretcher or crowd surfing with delight. Adding to the carnage will be Warped Tour veterans and fellow thrashers ASG. Roll the bonesLocal mountain jammers The Laughing Bones will be back Friday at The Rumpus Room to pick the banjo strings of our hearts. If you like good old-fashioned, folky bluegrass and campfire songs, it doesn't get better than this. Joining the Bones will be neo-country sensation The Hollyfelds. Talk about sweet - take one listen to the harmonizing vocals of Eryn Hoerig and Katie Grigsby, and you will fall in love with this band. Tea for youTea Leaf Green will be gracing the stage at 8150 Saturday night. Constantly delivering fresh, kinetic performances, this band from San Fransisco caught the eye of such huge acts as the Dave Matthews Band and Trey Anastasio, and they're having huge success touring. Caught somewhere between jazz and Jimmy Hendrix, they are as eclectic as you can get, making great use of the piano in a majority of their songs. Opening for TLG will be StoryTyme. Touted as "reborn retro-rock", this band slides into the category of awesome. They write original songs heavily influenced by bands like the Doors, the Who, and Led Zeppelin, but they come out sounding raw and meaningful, just like rock should sound. Pay attention to these guys.Green againSaturday is obviously a good night for the color green. The Rumpus Room hosts Green Lemon, another Fort Collins-based band. Although they could be described as a jam band, they bring a wide array of styles and influences together in perfect harmony. Lemon has a very sonic quality that most jam bands do not possess, and the heavy use of electronica and reggae throughout their songs adds even more appeal to an already easy-to-like sound.Rock me, Reality TVPatrice Pike will be at the Rumpus Room on Sunday night. Most of you will remember Pike from her appearance and near-victory on the TV show "Rockstar: Supernova," but she had a distinguished career in music before that. Now her solo career is taking off and building up steam. There is something about a woman that appreciates the spirit and beauty of rock n' roll: Peppy and motivating, with a voice of solid gold, she most definitely embodies that spirit.Get fooled by FurtadoLast but not least, Tony Furtado will be playing at The Samana Lounge in promotion of his new CD "Thirteen." His axe work is impeccable, and his cover of the Who classic "Won't Get Fooled Again" is just so cool. But his original material is really where it's at - it's unlike anything else going on today.The Weekend RundownThursday: KD3 at 8150 - 10 p.m.Bobby Yang with Y O U at The Rumpus Room - 9 p.m.WhiteWater Ramble at Finnegan's Wake - 9 p.m.Friday: Guttermouth with ASG at 8150 - 9 p.m.The Laughing Bones with The Hollyfelds at The Rumpus Room - 9 p.m.Saturday: Tea Leaf Green with Storytyme at 8150 - 10:30 p.m.Green Lemon at The Rumpus Room- 9 p.m.Sunday: Patrice Pike at The Rumpus Room- 9 p.m.Tony Furtado at Samana Lounge - 10 p.m.