An award-winning coffee-table book, Red Rocks: The Concert Years presents more than 200 interviews with an array of performers who have played on the special and magical Red Rocks stage, from Stevie Nicks and Jimmy Buffett to the Grateful Dead and Nathaniel Rateliff, as well as detailed accounts of the legendary Beatles show in 1964, Bruce Springsteen’s first-ever outdoor concert in 1978 and U2’s career-making 1983 video shoot. Richly illustrated, Red Rocks includes hundreds of images from leading photographers in the area, supplemented by historical photos from the libraries of the major daily newspapers, historical societies, and private collections. Foreword by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Carlos Santana.
10 x 10 | 304 pages
“It’s true—of all the places in the world to play, Red Rocks is the greatest venue. And I know I speak for my bandmates and many of my fellow artists when I say that there is no better qualified journalist to record its storied history than G. Brown.”
–—DAVID CROSBY, two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee