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Daniels Hall

71 E. Yale Ave., Denver, CO, 80210
(303) 777-1908

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Daniels Hall
71 E. Yale Ave.
Denver, CO 80210
(303) 777-1908
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Buckwheat Zydeco
Buckwheat Zydeco
Since starting out in the 1980s, Buckwheat Zydeco (aka Stanley Dural), a performer as musically vital as the legendary Clifton Chenier, has gone on to be the most commercially successful zydeco act ever....
Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez, known as "the singing policeman," is a New York City police officer and dedicated musical amateur who is combining his love for music with his avocation as one of New York's finest. Rodriguez grew up listening to Mario Lanza, and studied voice for a time with some of the same coaches Lanza used....
Tommy Castro
Tommy Castro
According to all the press and hype and hoopla for a time during the 1990s, Tommy Castro was pegged as the next big star of the blues. Long a favorite among Bay Area music fans, Castro -- in the space of two album releases -- took his music around the world and back again with a sheaf of praise from critics and old-time blues musicians alike....
Tom Paxton
Tom Paxton
One of the best--and most underrated--singer/songwriters to come out of the 1960s folk boom, Tom Paxton wrote love songs and topical satires with equal fluency. A contemporary of Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs, he helped create the template for protest songs....
George Kahumoku
George Kahumoku
One of the heralds and preservers of traditional Hawaiian culture, George Kahumoku Jr. is an artist, musician, composer, farmer, storyteller, and teacher. As a musician he is best known for playing a 12-string slack key guitar, but his immersion in teaching and promoting the Hawaiian way of life extends far beyond his music....
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