Mack Bailey
Mack Bailey sings at a lot of the John Denver events.
Hal Blaine
Hal Blaine was in John's band for many years.
Gail Bliss
Gail Bliss is appearing around the country in the "John Denver Holiday Concert."
Denny Brooks
Denny Brooks was John's background singer and guitarist from 1976 to 1986. He does a tribute to John called "John Denver: A Friend Remembers" and has sung in "Back Home Again: A John Denver Holiday Concert" which has toured the U.S.
Steve Brook
James Burton
The legendary guitar player who played in John Denver's band as well as with many other famous musicians.
Chad Mitchell Trio
One of John's first breaks in the music industry was replacing Chad Mitchell in the Chad Mitchell Trio.
Phil Christie
Phil is a native of Canada. Phil has done John Denver Tribute concerts and sang for some of the tracks on the made-for-tv movie, "Take Me Home: The John Denver Story."
Judy Collins
Judy sings John Denver songs in concert and on her new album "Live At Wolftrap" she does a medley of "Take Me Home, Country Roads" and "Leaving On A Jet Plane".
Jim Connor
Tom Crum
Tom Crum co-founded the Winstar Foundation with his good friend, John Denver. He now has an organization called "Aiki Works."
Jim Curry
Jim appears at the John Denver Memorial events in Aspen, Colorado. He was the voice of John Denver in the made-for-tv movie, "Take Me Home: The John Denver Story." On April 17, 2009 he premiered a John Denver Tribute concert in Kansas City, MO featuring orchestrations that had previously been lost. It featured the Kansas City Symphony and guest conductor, Lee Holdridge. Both of he and Lee Holdridge were instrumental in restoring the lost orchestrations. One memorable outcome was the "John Denver Overture" that was played that night.
Bill Danoff and the Starland Vocal Band
Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert co-wrote the song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" with John Denver. Their Starland Vocal Band hit "Afternoon Delight" earned them a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Frank DeLaMarre
Frank has written a Tribute song for John and sings at many of the John Denver Tribute events around the country.
Brad Fitch & Kathy Fitch
Brad Fitch and the Yampa Valley Boys often perform the songs of John Denver.
Doug Fitch
Doug wrote the John Denver Tribute song "Fly". It received major airplay after John's death.
Richie Gajate Garcia
Richie plays percussion at many John Denver events.
James Galway
James Galway's "Greatest Hits" album features John's "Annie's Song" and "Perhaps Love" and one of his albums is named "Annie's Song." His wife is also named Annie.
James Garrett
James does a show in Branson, MO called "A Tribute to John Denver and Country Music Legends." It is at the IMAX Little Opry Theatre.
Jan Garrett
Jan Garrett sang and toured with John Denver.
Vince Gill
Vince Gill wrote the songs "Jenny Dreamed of Trains". John sings that song on ALL ABOARD. Also, you may not have noticed that the last cut is an ammended version of the song dedicated to John's daughter, Jesse Belle who also likes trains.
Bobby Goldsboro
Bobby Goldsboro wrote the song "The Cowboy and the Lady" which John sang on his album SOME DAYS ARE DIAMONDS.
Emmylou Harris
John sang with Emmylou Harris on the album "Will The Circle Be Unbroken - Vol. 2", and also on the song "Wild Montana Skies" on the album "It's About Time."
Richard Hatch
Richard Hatch is going to star in a film about the life of John Denver. The movie will be called "Reaching for Higher Ground".
Lee Holdridge
Lee Holdridge conducted and arranged the music for many of John's albums. He is an emmy award winning compuser who has provided countless scores for television and movies. His www page is maintained by his son, Adam Holdridge.
Jim Horn
Jim Horn was also a former member of John's band. He has a beautiful JD Tribute album called "Rocky Mountain High: A Tribute to John Denver."
Pete Huttlinger
Pete Huttlinger was a member of John's band. He has an acoustic cd called "Catch and Release" which was written out of his experiences with fly fishing. Pete Huttlinger and Chris Nole also have an instrumental John Denver Tribute album called "Colors in Time". It has received rave reviews and due to its popularity they have issuing "Colors in Time II".
Michael Johnson
Michael and John were in the Mitchell Trio together when it was known as "Denver, Boise and Johnson"
Steve Kern
Steve Kern, also known as Little John, is a John Denver Tribute artist. He and Peter Salzer also do a "John Denver & George Burns" Tribute Show that is the only one in the world.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Over the years John sang a number of songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
Unofficial Lyle Lovett Web Site plus Lyle Lovett Links
John performed with Lyle and Lyle was also there to speak at John's Memorial Service in Aspen, Colorado
David Mallett
David Mallet wrote the wonderful "Garden Song" that John sang on his album "John Denver".
Roger McGuinn: Byrds Appreciation Society
Roger McGuinn sang with John when John joined the Chad Mitchell Trio and it became the Mitchell Trio. Roger later formed the group "The Byrds".
Johnny Mercer
John Denver sang Johnny Mercer's songs "I Remember You" and "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe".
Jim Henson Muppets Page
John sang with the Muppets on "John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together", on numerous specials and also on "Rocky Mountain Holiday".
Montana Tunesmith
Tim and Mike Nordstrom make up the due "Montana Tunesmith" and they have a song dedicated to John on their nature oriented album "Under Yellowstone Skies."
Michael Martin Murphey
John sang Michael's song "Boy From the Country" on his album "Some Days Are Diamonds". He also sang on Michael's album, "Swans Against the Sun." Gary Keck also has set up a MMM Web Page
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
John sang on "Will the Circle Be Unbroken - Vol. 2" with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and a number of other great artists. He sang the song "And So It Goes."
Olivia Newton-John
Olivia Newton-John sang with John and appeared with him on many of his tv specials. We especially remember her voice in the beautiful song...."Fly Away."
Chris Nole
Chris Nole is a former John Denver band member who is now playing with Travis Tritt. He has 2 instrumental albums out that are a collaboration with Pete Huttlinger called "Colors in Time" and "Colors in Time II." He also has his own album called "3 Seasons".
Kris O'Connor
Kris was John's friend and producer.
Roy Orbison
John sang the song "Claudette" on his album DREAMLAND EXPRESS. It was written by Roy Orbison.
Paul Overstreet
John sang the Paul Overstreet song "And So It Goes" on the album "Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Vol. 2".
Herb Pedersen
Herb played on many John Denver albums.
Peter, Paul and Mary
Peter, Paul and Mary launched John's career by singing his song "Leaving On A Jet Plane", making it a hit and making him known as the writer of the song.
Ron Rich
Ron Rich does a John Denver Tribute show called "Rocky Mountain Memories."
Jim Salestrom
Jim can be seen at many of the JD Tribute Events. He worked for John in 1972 at the Red Rocks and also sang on the album "Different Directions"
Ricky Skaggs
John sang with Ricky on the album "Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Vol. 2". Also, check out the Ricky Skaggs song "Country Boy." It's a great song in the tradition of "Thank God, I'm A Country Boy." You'll love it.
John St Augustine - POWERTALK Radio - "From Power Walk to Power Talk"
John often has John Denver related guests on his programs: Hal Thau, Wayne Dyer, Barbara DeAngelis, Tom Crum, Bill Kurtis and Rolland Smith to name a few.
John Sommers
John Sommers played in John's band and wrote "Thank God, I'm A Country Boy".
Ellen Stapenhorst
Ellen Stapenhorst sings at the John Denver Tribute events in Aspen, Colorado.
Sunny Waters
Sunny sings John's songs as well as his own and has an album out called "This Is Me". He is a great songwriter as well as a singer. One of my favorites is his song "I Am" which is on his first album mentioned above.
Mollie Weaver
Mollie Weaver often sings at John Denver Tribute events.
Jimmy Webb
Jimmy Webb wrote the song "Postcard From Paris" that John sang.
Chris Westfall
Danny Wheetman
Danny was a member of John's band and is now in the group Marley's Ghost. He is touring the country in "Back Home Again: A John Denver Holiday Concert" which is a tribute to John Denver and done in the style of the John Denver television specials.
Charlie Zahm
Charlie Zahm appears at many John Denver functions all over the country.

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