Record labels in Colorado
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Aspenbeat LLC Aspen, CO 81612 Aspenbeat record label strategizes and works with musicians for music distribution and promotion.
Atom Records Lakewood, CO 80226
Bangsnap Records Denver, CO 80211 Bangsnap music is electro-acoustic improvisation with elements of countless genres from ritual music to total indeterminacy.
Believe Productions Centennial, CO 80111
Big Bender Records Loveland, CO 80537 10+ years of quality roots oriented music.
Cherry Sound Records Denver, CO 80218 Full service Denver recording studio, professional audio company
Colorado Creative Music Denver, CO 80220 The CCM staff firmly believes that getting the best sound starts with finding the best engineers, not having the most expensive equipment.
Concrete Poetry Records Henderson, CO 80640
Etherean Music Hotchkiss, CO 80026
Evil Music Industry Records Aurora, CO 80012 EMI Records has many types of music and does a lot of new off the wall stuff that many fans of the music world will not be used to or may not have ever heard. It is important to evolve and always stay in the lead and never fall back.
Fast Ideas Boulder, CO 80303
Four Winds Trading Company Arvada, CO 80403 Wholesale distributor specializing in Native American and Western multi-media products. We also distribute CDs, DVDs and books geared towards Zoos/Aquariums, Civil War, Mainstream, Nature and World War II.
Gestalt Digital Denver, CO 80211 Gestalt Digital Distribution, formerly Gestalt Records connects artists with digital retailers like iTunes, e-Music, Amazon and more. Gestalt allows independent artists the same access to online and digital retailers that major labels have.
Hapi Skratch Records Loveland, CO 80537
Jazz Link Enterprises Longmont, CO 80503 A native of Carbondale, Pennsylvania, guitarist, composer, arranger, author, and educator Dale Bruning spent time living, working and recording in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York during the 1940s and 1950s. During his tenure in the United States Navy from 1953-57, he was a guitarist and arranger, and when called upon, he also played piano, bass, vibes, and percussion. Upon his release in 1957, he studied at Temple University, declaring and graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. He took as many music classes as he could. Concurrently, he studied music and guitar with world renowned educator Dennis Sandole. In 1961, Mr. Bruning became the leader of the house band for The Del Shields Show, a television variety program that originated from Philadelphia on WRCV, an NBC affiliate. In 1964, he and his family moved to Denver. An accident in 1988 nearly ended Mr. Bruning's career as a performing musician. While securing a window pane in the rubbish can, a piece of glass broke and slashed a deep cut across his left wrist. His median nerve to the fingers and the thumb tendon were badly cut. Dr. Charles Hamlin rebuilt the sheath around the nerve, enabling it to regenerate itself. After this tragedy, his commitment to playing was fueled by his deep passion for the music and his own acts of courage every time he picked up the guitar to practice, knowing the pain would be excruciating. His valor during the slow rehabilitative process was rewarded, however, as he has become an even stronger performer than prior to the accident. Considering that he has little feeling in one finger, he amazes audiences with his ability and agility on the fingerboard. His prowess as a performer is equaled by his talent in composing, arranging and teaching. During his 45 plus years of private teaching, he has expressed the joy of jazz to more than 1000 students, many of whom went on to become professional musicians. Among those include Bill Frisell, Mark Patterson, Bob Gillis, Tim O'Brien, Pat Donohue, and Mark Simon. He has been featured in such prestigious magazines as 20th Century Guitar and Just Jazz Guitar, with superb CD reviews found in JazzTimes, Jazz Journal of England, Guitar Player, Cadence, Jazzscene of Oregon, The Denver Post, The Oregonian, The Omaha Herald, 20th Century Guitar, Western Austraila Guitar Socierty newsletter, Berman Foundation newsletter and Just Jazz Guitar. He is also an entrant in The Jazz Guitar book by Maurice J. Summerfield, Ashley Mark Publishing Company, © 1998, United Kingdom.

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