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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

George Kealiher, Jr.’s relationship with management allowed him—and his camera—backstage when national acts were booked at the newly constructed Denver Coliseum, which started operation in 1952.

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Bill Walton, 1994

Bill Walton, the NBA Hall of Famer who was famously “the biggest Deadhead in the world,” died on May 27, 2024, from cancer at 71.

Dan Fogelberg

This interview gets you to the heart and soul of the mysterious and private musical genius.

Bob Yeazel

Bob Yeazel
Guitarist/songwriter Bob Yeazel joined the Denver-based band Sugarloaf for its second album, Spaceship Earth, in 1971; he wrote or co-wrote many of the tunes, including “Tongue in Cheek” which peaked at #55 on the Billboard Hot 100). He had previously played on two albums as part of a Colorado band called the Beast. Yeazel was later the… more ≫

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