Caribou Ranch, famed Boulder County recording studio, to be inducted into Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Fellow inductees Joe Walsh, Dan Fogelberg to be honored with Fiddler’s Green concert
The famed Caribou Ranch recording studio in the foothills near Nederland will be inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame this August with a long-in-the-works tribute concert featuring Garth Brooks and fellow inductee — and onetime Boulder resident — Joe Walsh.
The studio — built in a barn by Jim Guercio in 1971 and used by Chicago, Elton John, U2, Michael Jackson and more — will be inducted alongside Walsh and his band Barnstorm, as well as the late singer-songwriter Dan Fogelberg.
Also in the music hall’s Class of 2017: Denver jazz masters Dianne Reeves, Charles Burrell, Bill Frisell and Ron Miles, as well as Earth, Wind & Fire members — and classmates at Denver’s East High School — Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn and Andrew Woolfolk.
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