40th Anniversary Book
|Early years of Telluride Bluegrass|
The Telluride Bluegrass Festival is heralded as the one of the world's most important outdoor festivals, a must-stop for every act. Every star in the musical galaxy has aspired to play on this magical stage. Surprisingly, the concert years at TBF have never been collected under one cover – until now...
Anyone who has ever attended the Telluride Bluegrass Festival – or hoped to – will want Telluride Bluegrass Festival: 40th Anniversary Edition, a lavishly illustrated coffee-table art book to be published in 2013.
For the last several years, journalist and radio personality G. Brown has searched through every library, historical society, newspaper morgue and private collection to compile materials for this 40th anniversary edition. This complete history will contain hundreds of images from leading Colorado photographers, and over 100 interviews with an array of perfomers and members of the community.
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If you have a rare photo or story worthy of inclusion in this distinctive book, G. Brown would like to hear from you. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About G. Brown
G. Brown has navigated the Rocky Mountain musical landscape for decades, both as a journalist and as a radio personality. He wrote about popular music for The Denver Post for 26 years, and his work has appeared in Rolling Stone, National Lampoon and numerous other magazines. He was most recently the morning show host and music director at KCUV, a progressive radio station in Denver. Brown is the author of two books. His most recent tome, Colorado Rocks! – A Half Century Of Music In Colorado, received rave reviews (including an average customer review of five stars on Amazon.com and the title "the Centennial state's rock bible" by Examiner.com) and was featured on Colorado Public Radio. He is currently writing a book about the concert history of Red Rocks Amphitheatre. He also serves as director of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, which has begun operations at 1stBank Center in Broomfield.