ON NEW CONCERT TOUR THIS WINTER
The band for this tour will include former John Denver band members Jim Horn (saxophone & woodwinds), Chris Nole (piano & keyboards) and Alan Deremo (bass), as well as Jim Salestrom (music director, guitars, banjo, fiddle, backing vocals) and Nate Barnes (drums & percussion).
Today, Denver’s status as a cultural icon stands undiminished. His popularity and continuing influence on popular culture fifteen years after his untimely death in 1997 is remarkable. The fusion of classic Denver tunes combined with performances by musicians from his original band and archival video footage makes the Rocky Mountain High tour an uncommon musical treat, dishing up night after night of unforgettable music, all in tribute to the musical legacy of a national treasure: John Denver.
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John Denver: A Rocky Mountain High Concert tour dates
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