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Broomfield, CO 80020

Conscious Alliance is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to supporting communities in crisis through hunger relief and youth empowerment

Red Rocks: The Concert Years Limited Art Print Edition in Clamshell Box, Coffee Table Book

Suggested donation
$ 400.00

We are excited to announce a stunning collaboration between Conscious Alliance x The Love We Bring Foundation in our efforts to Stop Hunger In Its Tracks.

Introducing Red Rocks: The Concert Years.  This item is a stunning 310 page history of Red Rocks Amphitheatre in both photos and words.  It is presented in a clamshell box which includes a brilliant print by Photographer Calder Wilson of aLive Coverage.  Throughout the hundreds of photos covering over 100+ years of Red Rocks you'll find writings by music critic, writer and legend G. Brown, who for nearly 30 years was one of the quintessential rock writers in America anchored at The Denver Post. Foreword by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Carlos Santana.

This incredible presentation of the world's most famous venue is an extremely limited edition of 100 copies available to the public.

Your donation and support will get you the best Red Rocks book ever produced and an incredible piece of art for your home or that die-hard music fan that will love it for the holidays.

Order now to guarantee delivery by December 15th. 

MORE DETAILS:
In 1906, Denver's Pietro Satriano and his 25-piece brass band became the first musical act to perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, then christened the Garden of the Titans. Over a century later, Denver is a must-stop for every nationally touring act, and Red Rocks, set deep into the towering red rocks of Morrison, Colorado, is heralded as America's most important outdoor music venue. From the Grateful Dead to Drake, Willie Nelson to Illenium, every star in the musical galaxy has aspired to play on this special and magical stage. Red Rocks: The Concert Years presents a comprehensive history of what came to be considered one of the Natural Wonders of the World, thanks to the combination of natural aesthetics and acoustics, as impressive to the eyes as to the ears. Author G. Brown presents over 200 interviews with an array of performers, from the late Jerry Garcia and Dave Matthews to Bono and Paul McCartney, as well as the most detailed accounts to date of the legendary Beatles show in 1964, Bruce Springsteen's first outdoor concert ever in 1978, and U2's career-making 1983 video shoot. Richly illustrated, this well-crafted coffee-table book includes hundreds of images from leading photographers in the area, supplemented by historical photos from the libraries of the major daily newspapers, historical societies, and private collections. 

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