Country Roads: A John Denver Celebration Featuring Jim Curry and the John Denver Band with Special Guests Original John Denver Band Members Jim Connor - John Sommers - Richie Garcia
Relive the magic and memories of John Denver in ‘Country Roads: A John Denver Celebration,’ the acclaimed national touring show which celebrates the grammy-winning performer’s heartwarming hits and timeless legacy.
Jim Curry, the world’s most authentic John Denver tribute artist, is joined onstage by members of John Denver’s original band, including Special Guests Jim Conner on banjo and harmonica (composer of ‘Grandma’s Feather Bed’) and John Sommers on fiddle (composer of ‘Thank God I’m A Country Boy’) and Richie Garcia (Percussion).
Over 35 hits are featured in this special evening of the stories and songs that have made this American icon a musical tradition, including ‘Take Me Home Country Roads,’ ‘Thank God I’m A Country Boy,’ ‘Rocky Mountain High,’ ‘Sunshine On My Shoulders,’ ‘Leaving On A Jet Plane,’ ‘Calypso,’ ‘Annie’s Song,’ ‘Some Days Are Diamonds,’ and many more - including the trademark harmonies and acoustic stylings cherished by John Denver fans the world over.
‘Country Roads’ has toured the world to critical acclaim, and this special one-night only performance is not to be missed!
‘Country Roads’ is a family-friendly show suitable for all ages!
Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 7:30pm
|Venue:||Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Scherr Forum|
2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
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