Repeat Guests Noted in Italic Type

2010 To Date

July

Maree McRae, Juni Fisher,

2009 To Date

February

Benefit for Briggs Hill – Jon Chandler, Michael Hurwitz, Liz Masterson, Bill Barwick, Roz Brown, Ernie Martinez, Johnny Neill, Kit Simon, Patty Clayton, Kate LeRoux.

January

Pop Wagner

Owen Kortz – Spectacular Berklee-schooled guitarist and witty songwriter.

2008

December

Rocky Mountain Stocking Stuffers Christmas Show

November – Special Swallow Hill Show

Richie Furay – Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer, mainstay of Poco, SHF Band and Buffalo Springfield.

Harry Tuft – The father of Denver’s folk scene, proprietor of the Denver Folklore Center.

October

Martin Gilmore – One of the country’s young bluegrass/acoustic folk treasures.

Al Mehl – Witty, deep lyricist with a wicked sense of humor.

September

Dana Cooper

Buddy Mondlock – Guy Clark co-writer, prolific Nashville performer/songwriter.

August

The Laws

Timothy P. Irvin

July

Rebecca Folsom

Josie Quick & Tom Carleno, aka Perpetual Motion - Colorado-based improvisational acoustic jazz artists

June

Mac Bailey

Sandy Reay – Colorado bluegrass fixture, Bob Turner co-writer.

May

Chuck Pyle

Kort McCumber

April

Celeste Krenz

Wyatt Easterling – Nashville publishing and songwriting fixture.

March

Chris Daniels

Randy Rigby with Nataly Lola – Multiple award winning musicians in the praise, jazz and pop genres.

February

Hickman Dalton Gang – Frontmen for Cracker (Johnny Hickman) and the Railbenders (Jim Dalton) respectively.

Dana Cooper – Legendary Nashville-based Americana singer/songwriter.

January

Milton Taylor – Australia’s premier Bush Poet and a fixture at American Cowboy Poetry Gatherings.

Dick Warwick – Eastern Washington-based cowboy poet, novelist, and comedic wit.

2007

December

Wichitones Christmas Show

November

The Laws – John & Michele Law; Powerful Nashville-based duo featuring stunning roots/folk.

Kort McCumber – Multi-instrumentalist and heralded writer associated with Vince Gill.

October

Dan McCrimmon

Patty Clayton

September

Pop Wagner

Kit Simon

August

A Special Benefit for Frank Wolking. Jon Chandler joined by Bill Barwick, Butch Hause, Mary Huckins, Loose Cannon, Ernie Martinez, Liz Masterson, Johnny Neill, Kit Simon, Martin Gilmore and other special guests to aid the patriarch of Sons and Brothers as he fights cancer.

July

Celeste Krenz

Sally Barris

June

Jon Chandler & the Wichitones – Special taping for Altitude Sports & Entertainment’s On Stage concert series.

May

Barry Ward – Kansas rancher busy making waves in the western and country music genres.

Kit Simon – Swing guitarist extraordinaire, Olde Town Pickin’ Parlor proprietor.

April

The Comstock Wichitones – Five piece band version of the Wichitones assembled for the Comstock Windmill Festival.

March

Pop Wagner - A Prairie Home Companion veteran; guitarist, storyteller, songwriter and humorist.

Juni Fisher

February

Roz Brown – Fixture at the Buckhorn Exchange, Denver’s famous and historically important frontier bar.

Bill Barwick

January

Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore – Nationally praised folk/blues duo featuring incredible vocals and guitar work.

Michael Engberg – Denver-based singer/songwriter and guitar instructor.

2006

December

The Rocky Mountain Stocking Stuffers – The area’s finest acoustic and bluegrass musicians in a Christmas show.

November

Jim & Vickie Jones – Special Reckless Abandon show.

October

Jim & Salli Ratts – Special Runaway Express show.

September

Stephen Bennett – Internationally popular master of the harp guitar; one of America’s finest acoustic musicians.

Katoorah Jayne – Denver-based with a huge fan base within the acoustic and country music industries.

August

Juni Fisher – The fastest-rising female singer/songwriter in the Western music genre.

Bob Hayworth – Folk veteran, long time member of the Kingston Trio.

July

Sally Barris – One of Nashville’s premier writers with charted singles by Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood and many others.

Michael Lille – Colorado-based Nashville writer with multiple cuts to his credit.

June

Jim Mason – Renowned producer of Poco and Firefall; co-writer with Peter, Paul & Mary’s Paul Stookey.

Jock Bartley – Country rock legend; founder of Firefall and Gram Parson’s guitarist.

May

The Sidemen – Six of the region’s finest side musicians. Charlie Provenza, Chris Stongle, Dana Vernon, Ernie, Butch & Johnny.

April

Liz Barnez – Bluesy New Orleans-bred Coloradan via Nashville, and subdudes pal with a national following.

The O’Brien Family Band – Evergreen-based & nationally praised, featuring superb family vocals and instrumentals.

March

Chris Daniels

Mack Bailey – Tenor for the Limelighters and John Denver Tribute artist.

February

Chuck Pyle – The Zen Cowboy. Bill Gates’ favorite, known for his deep songwriting and stunning guitar work.

W. C. Jameson

January

Celeste Krenz – Stunning Colorado songwriter and singer, now based in Nashville.

Mary Huckins

2005

December

Gary McMahan – Western poetry & music legend, Garth Brooks co-writer.

Kerry Conner – Nationally recognized praise singer/songwriter.

November

Jim Salestrom, Timothy P. Irvin, Mary Huckins, Eric Moon (Taped Christmas Show)

October

Jim Salestrom – Nationally and internationally known acoustic artist; stints with John Denver and Dolly Parton.

Bill Barwick

September

Patty Clayton

Nancy Thorwardson – Western swing songbird.

August

Acoustic Eidolon – Internationally acclaimed new age/celtic husband & wife duo.

July

Rebecca Folsom

Milton Carroll

June

Doug Elrick – Fine bluegrass tenor and acoustic songwriter.

Bill McKay – Compelling Bluegrass songwriter and guitarist.

May

Dan McCrimmon – Half of the legendary duo Frummox, writer of Kansas Legend.

The Wichitones

April

Jim Ratts

Timothy P. Irvin

March

Ed Scibbe – Music industry executive and Breckenridge-based singer/songwriter.

Frank Gregg – Boulder singer/songwriter and recording artist.

February

No show

January

No show

2004

December

No Show

November

Jon Chandler & the Wichitones—Maybe It’s the Moon CD live recording.

October

No Show

September

John Magnie – Incredibly soulful founding member of the subdudes.

W. C. Jameson – Texas troubadour, award-winning poet, author and songwriter.

August

Rebecca Folsom – A genuine chanteusse, one of Colorado’s most popular singers.

Patty Clayton – Multiple award winner in the western genre; Western Music Association female vocalist of the year.

July

Richard Dean – Exceptional writer; stints with Michael Martin Murphy, Lix DeLux.

Dave Schaper – Popular Denver singer/songwriter with Reckless Abandon.

June

Bill Barwick – The Voice of the West; the cowboy singer’s cowboy singer.

Steve Pierce – Denver-based folksinger, popular open stage host.

May

Milton Carroll – Original Cosmic Cowboy, stints with Willie Nelson, Odetta and praise music superstar Bruce Carroll.

Mary Huckins – Nationally recognized songbird, fronts Dakota Blonde.

April

Jim Ratts – Member of the Dirt Band spin-off Wild Jimbos and Runaway Express.

The Wichitones – Chandler’s band featuring Ernie Martinez, Butch Hause & Johnny Neill.

March

Chris Daniels – Leader of the internationally-popular Chris Daniels & the Kings.

Timothy P. Irvin – Frontman of the legendary Timothy P. & Rural Route III and Flash Cadillac.