In anticipation of the soon to be released All-Star Tribute CD featuring some of today's hottest stars, comes an unforgettable concert event in tribute to a man whose artistry and vision continue to touch people all over the world. The concert includes projected video of John Denver performing onstage, backed by live musicians, including members of his former touring band. Hear all of your favorite Denver hits including "Take Me Home Country Roads," "Rocky Mountain High," "Annie's Song" and many more classics.
John Denver: A Rocky Mountain High Concert is Wednesday, February 6 at 8 PM at the State Theatre in Easton. Tickets are $35 & $25 and can be purchased by visiting the State Theatre Box Office, 453 Northampton Street, Easton, by calling 1-800-999-STATE, 610-252-3132 or online at www.statetheatre.org.
The estate of legendary singer and songwriter John Denver is proud to present "John Denver: A Rocky Mountain High Concert," a live touring experience honoring Denver's memory and music. The concerts will feature projected vintage video of Denver performing, backed live by members of his original touring band and an accompanying string section. For the first time in fifteen years, audiences will experience John Denver in concert, performing hit songs from throughout his career.
Alan Deremo - bass guitar. A member of John Denver's band from 1994 until Denver's passing in 1997, Deremo has performed and/or recorded with a diverse assortment of artists including Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Eric Marienthal, Glenn Frey, Jesse Colin Young, Kathy Mattea, Dave Alvin, John Doe, Exene Cervenkova, Bo Diddley, Jules Shear, Jack Tempchin, Thelma Houston, the Mamas and the Papas, and the Captain and Tenille. For much of the last decade Deremo has toured and recorded with Men at Work singer/guitarist Colin Hay and served as musical director for Tony Hawk's annual Boom Boom Huck Jam arena tours. Deremo has composed and/or produced musical scores, voiceovers and sound design for an assortment of film, TV and video projects, including the Sierra Club's Cost of Coal film series and the title song for a film entitled "The Names Go On Forever," which was selected in August 2012 for inclusion in the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
Jim Horn - saxophone & woodwinds. A member of John Denver's band on and off from 1978 to 1995, Horn's resume reads like a who's who of rock n' roll through the decades. After getting his start playing with DuanE Eddy in the early 1960s, Horn has recorded or toured with all four of The Beatles, The Righteous Bros., Tina Turner, The Beach Boys, The Carpenters, Leon Russel, George Harrison, Joe Cocker, Elton John, Warren Zevon, Steely Dan, Ronnie Milsap, U2, Delbert McClinton, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney and many more. Horn has also released a number of solo recordings.
Chris Nole - piano, keyboards. A former member of John Denver's band in the 90's, songwriter/composer, accomplished session musician, producer, and recording artist, Chris Nole performs around the world. Nole has toured and recorded with numerous top recording acts including John Denver, Faith Hill, Travis Tritt, the Oak Ridge Boys, and Shelby Lynne. Chris Nole's songs have been recorded by various recording artists ranging from Faith Hill to The Swamphonky's and have been used in such teleVision Productions as Men of a Certain Age, Heroes, and E True Hollywood Story.