A TRIBUTE TO JOHN DENVER IN FEB 2013
The album follows a recent resurgence in Denver’s popularity with his hits compilation Definite All-Time Greatest Hits being certified gold in 2011 and the fifteenth annual John Denver Tribute Concert in Colorado this month. Holding true to Denver’s message, 2011’s John Denver Earth Day Celebration Concert sold out.
John Denver, the two-time Grammy Award-winning singer songwriter and the Poet Laureate of Colorado, released twenty three studio albums in his lifetime. He is best known for the beloved songs “Leaving, on a Jet Plane,” “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” “Sunshine On My Shoulders, “Annie’s Song” and “Rocky Mountain High,” which is the state song of Colorado.
Denver is the 53 highest selling artist worldwide with over 33 million records sold and seven Billboard Top Ten Albums in the U.S. His catalogue continues to sell thousands of units per week. Among his numerous awards and recognitions, Denver was instrumental in championing environmental causes and space exploration.
Track Listing for John Denver: The Music Is You
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