Rocky Mountain Christmas

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Ted Vigil, one of America’s greatest John Denver Tribute Artists, has hit the road for Christmas!  During his memorable Rocky Mountain Christmas concerts, Ted presents terrific Denver favorites like Christmas for Cowboys and Christmas Like a Lullaby, mixed with a rousing I’ll Fly Away, and many popular Christmas songs like Jingle Bells, in a far-out and fantastic Christmas concert.

You’ll hear those great Denver lyrics recalling Grandma, Mathew, Annie, Eagles, Hawks, and Horses, too!  So many John Denver songs come shining through in a Rocky Mountain Christmas, your audience will leave the concert singing, and spiritually uplifted by the experience.

Ted has been performing John's music all over the U.S. for many years; during the past year alone, he has visited 20 states. He often performs with Steve Weisberg (Denver's lead guitarist from 1973-77), Eddie Kilgallon of Montgomery Gentry and Ricochet (who produced, sings back-up vocals, and plays keyboard on Ted's newest CD).

People miss John Denver and his brilliant music; Ted Vigil is doing his best to pay homage.  During Rocky Mountain Christmas, you’ll be treated to Ted’s own composition Sing My Song, written as a personal tribute to the great John Denver.  Ted’s gift for the music and polished and energetic performing style presents a warm and delightful evening through some of the world’s most popular music.

Ted has an uncanny physical and musical resemblance to John Denver; and when he takes the stage and begins to sing, the audience is transported back in time.  Present Ted Vigil’s Rocky Mountain Christmas next season; your audience will love it, and so will you!

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