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Terrapin Care Station
Cambridge Audio

The renowned jazz pianist preserves and plays the music of Denver’s legendary Five Points neighborhood.

Purnell Steen

Bringing respect for tradition and progressive elements to the bluegrass genre, the Colorado band went on to a long and storied career.

Hot Rize

Chip Garofalo, a Denver native, built an impressive photography portfolio of artists who performed at KCUV radio, which he shares with the Colorado Music Experience. He is the president of GARO Productions and Media, Inc.

Ryan Bingham
Mojo Nixon, 1989

Rock eccentric Mojo Nixon—a motor-mouthed guitarist and singer-songwriter and nutcase radio personality—died on February 8, 2024, aboard a country-music cruise. He was 66.

Tickle Me Pink

Whereas most people in their early twenties are told it’s the best of times, Tickle Me Pink dealt with the reality of how short life can be.

Glenn Yarbrough

Glenn Yarbrough
The Limeliters took their name from their early stomping grounds, the Limelight Club in Aspen; with lead singer Glenn Yarbrough they charted with “Dollar Down” in 1960.

On Record Book Series

On Record book series

Each volume of the award-winning On Record series gathers over 200 limited and extraordinary images and 100 interview-based profiles spotlighting an array of musical artists.

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merchandise

Explore the Colorado Music Experience’s store, stocked with stylish products and gifts for music fans.

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A non-profit organization established to preserve the legacies of Colorado music, CoME serves as a repository for informational and archival resources.

Jon Rizzi, G. Brown, Mark Zaremba and Chip Garofalo