It’s Goodbye to 2019 and Hello to 2020 ……. Before I put on my blinders and go charging into the new year I would like to point out a couple of “mile markers” on my road through 2019.   2019 was a good working year for us, we did a lot of shows and saw a […]

So, good news on the John Denver front, the official John Denver REALLY BIG coloring book is here! YAY! Okay, I should probably be more excited, but I’m not.  On one hand, it’s always good to hear when the John Denver Estate comes out with a new collaboration (this is more like a COLOR-bration, haha!)  […]

For those of you who have been feverishly following my scrapple story from last September: http://www.jimcurrymusic.com/scrapple-please/ Here’s the update:  I FINALLY GOT ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO TRY SCRAPPLE!! You can see the photo for proof, I dutifully took a picture of my plate.  I don’t usually post pictures of my food but this was a big […]

Touring The Heartland

26 September 2019

Last month, we started a string of shows for concert associations throughout the Midwest and upper Midwest.  We will be touring through the end of October – doing our concerts in very rural areas.  For us, this means a LOT of driving!  If we are lucky, the distance between venues might be a few hours, […]

Potato Bug!

27 August 2019

I Have Been Spending A LOT Of Quality Time in My Backyard……. I (Anne Curry) solemnly made a vow this year to eliminate all of the Bermuda grass and nut grass in the yard and replace it with a cornucopia of organic delicious vegetables.  That was the idea anyway….. The reality is that both Bermuda […]

Some people are considering visiting Aspen for the very first time this year…..and we would like to help answer their questions or guide them to the events that evolve around John Denver week in Aspen.  Jim and I have been lucky enough to attend AIO (Aspen In October) several times – so hopefully we can […]

This past week, we were honored to perform for the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad in the “Mountain Rails Live” series.  “Mountain Rails Live” is a train ride that takes passengers (and the band) through historic LaVeta pass to an outdoor concert stage at Fir Station, Colorado (population zero – elevation 9,400 feet).  It takes about […]

One Weird Gig

28 May 2019

Looking Back at the Gigs We’ve Done……. ……..I get the usual warm and fuzzy feelings that I get when I think of how good the music of John Denver is and how lucky I am to be in a band that is dedicated to performing it and how fortunate we are that people still want […]

THIS IS LITERAL, NOT LITERATURE….. Somebody is going to kill that bird.  A Mockingbird has been singing his heart out in a nearby tree every single night for a month.  It sings from midnight to 4am and it is very loud.  The weather has been pretty warm so I’m sure someone is trying to sleep […]

Where’s Brian?

29 March 2019

Most of you already know that Jim and I have 2 boys.  At our concerts, that is our #2 most frequently asked question (Do you have children?) – following our #1 most frequently asked question (Is that Jim’s real hair?)  Yes we have two amazing, smart, funny boys, Matthew and Brian.  Until recently, both lived […]

Testimonials

"To date, the best performance we have had. Your Tribute show is fantastic & your band is excellent."

Gail Silva
City of Los Alamitos, CA

"It was one of the best programs we have had here and I hope you will come back up next year. The sound and look were perfect and my friends talked all night about how much enjoyment and sentiment your show gave us."

Bob Hartunian
Fawnskin, CA.

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