Album Review: A Tribute to John Denver
    • THURSDAY, APRIL 04, 2013

    • Posted by: Madison Murphy

    Just as Bob Dylan adopted his name from the poetic spirit he emulated, John Denver, born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. extended his name to encompass the wholesome mountain ranges he personified. Denver, the beloved acoustic soul of the 1970s, whose invigorating simplicity extended through the mountain ranges and beyond, might be best known for songs like "Sunshine On My Shoulders" or "Take Me Home, Country Roads." However, his chart toppers were just among a myriad of timeless country tunes that the golden haired rocker made in his time. Fifteen years after his too-soon passing, it's evident his music has not only remained beloved, but it has the ability to transcend to artists of multiple genres.

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