BOULDER, CO (CelebrityAccess) – ‘The Colorado Music Hall of Fame’ will host its next induction concert Saturday, April 16, honoring those “20th Century Pioneers” who have tremendous ties to the state.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra and Lannie Garrett (who will also be inducted) will pay tribute to and enshrine Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Max Morath, Billy Murray and Elizabeth Spencer for the event, presented by Comfort Dental. This will be at the newly renovated Glenn Miller Ballroom on the C.U. Boulder campus.
The evening will feature video tributes, interviews and performances. The pre-concert gala (a dinner and meet-and-greet with the performers) will also include a historic array of exhibits and archival photographs, to be relocated in the CMHOF’s new home at the Trading Post at the world renowned Red Rocks Amphitheater.
The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to honor those individuals who have made outstanding contributions, to preserve and protect historical artifacts, and to educate the public regarding everything that is great about our Colorado music.
Previous inductees include John Denver and Red Rocks Amphitheatre; Harry Tuft of the Denver Folklore Center and promoter Barry Fey of Family Dog fame; the Astronauts, Sugarloaf, Flash Cadillac and KIMN radio; folk legend Judy Collins, the Serendipity Singers, Bob Lind and Chris Daniels; Stephen Stills/Manassas, Firefall, Poco and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
This induction concert is produced by AEG LIVE and the C.U. Program Council.