June 2, 2007 - The cold hail and rain that fell on the crowd at Red Rocks on Saturday night were beaten back by a blistering set by Big Head Todd and The Monsters. Playing at their annual charity show for Children's Hospital's Autism program, the band barnstormed through two hours of monster grooves including this smokin version of James Brown's classic Sex Machine. 8,000 of the band's hometown fans filled this unique venue to full capacity.
Aderra was there capturing every note. Fans were able to reserve a copy of the show by buying a wristband at the souvenir stands before the concert began. The wristbands could then be traded in for a "direct download" MP3 on a USB flash drive of the show on their way out of the ampitheater. In addition, fans who didn't reserve a copy before the set started were able to take this inspiring performance home by picking up a copy of the BHTM jumpdrive on the way to the parking lot.