Win Tickets to Big Head Todd and the Monsters at the Pageant

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Big Head Todd and the Monsters - TODD OWYOUNG
  • Todd Owyoung
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Big Head Todd and the Monsters, the Colorado rock institution now over twenty years old, will play the Pageant this Friday, March 1. We've got four tickets, and you can win them!

To win, tell us why you think you most deserve to go to the show. That's it! Be creative. You can post a reply in the comments or through our Facebook or Twitter pages. Make sure you provide a way to get ahold of you. The winners will be announced Thursday by 5 p.m. on this page.

Last time BHTM came to town, our own Christian Schaeffer had this to say:

Big Head Todd and the Monsters made its mark at a time when other melodic (and occasionally downtempo) bands such as Grant Lee Buffalo could actually get radio play. However, while the mainstream's recognition of the act may have peaked with the 1993 alt-rock sleeper hit "Bittersweet," the Colorado band hasn't slowed down since then. In fact, BHTM has successfully sloughed off its one-hit wonder status by never really changing its approach to its square-shouldered, heartland rock & roll. The band's stayed vital by building a solid fan base through regular touring and recording, having spent over twenty years in the business.

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