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Benefit Show at Ophelia’s

Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats play a benefit for Take Note Colorado in Denver on July 10, 2017.

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String Cheese Incident Raises Funds & Awareness for Take Note Colorado

String Cheese Incident (SCI) organized a drawing of a signed framed artwork, “Colorado Blue Sky” by Josh Harrier Art, at their three Red Rocks shows in July. Funds raised were split between Take Note Colorado and the Conscious Alliance. Bill Nershi, of String Cheese Incident, stopped by the Conscious Alliance office to pick the winner–the video is live on SCI’s Facebook & YouTube!

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Photo credit: Kirsten Cohen

Inaugural Take Note. The Concert

Over 4,500 people attended the inaugural Take Note. The Concert in May, raising over $530,000
Performances by: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, OneRepublic, Isaac Slade of The Fray, Bill Nershi of String Cheese Incident, Todd Park Mohr & Jeremy Lawton of Big Head Todd & the Monsters and Tracksuit Wedding

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Todd Park Mohr is interviewed by CBS4’s Karen Leigh (credit: CBS)
Todd Park Mohr is interviewed by CBS4’s Karen Leigh (credit: CBS)

Todd Park Mohr From ‘Big Head Todd & The Monsters’ Excited For ‘Take Note The Concert’

Todd Park Mohr, also known as Big Head Todd from the band Big Head Todd and the Monsters, will be performing at the Take Note The Concert next Thursday. Todd Park Mohr talks with CBS4 Denver about the Take Note Concert.

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Rateliff headlined at Red Rocks Amphitheater
Rateliff headlined at Red Rocks Amphitheater 2016. Credit: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Musical Success Prompts Nathaniel Rateliff To Give Back

“Take Note: The Concert will feature some of Colorado’s most popular musicians raising money for music education in schools.
“Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will headline the concert. Recently he sat down with CBS4’s Jim Benemann to talk about the impact music has had on his life.”

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Isaac Slade leans on Governor Hickenlooper as he plays a little tune on his guitar after their PSA shoot. An exclusive on a new Colorado music foundation, an education-focused nonprofit with a powerful board of directors and the backing of Governor Hickenlooper, AEG Live Rocky Mountains and the Anschutz family, that's looking to bring more music to schools amid budget cuts for music and the arts in general. Governor Hickenlooper and Isaac Slade (The Fray) shoot a PSA to announce the foundation March 6, 2017 in Denver, Colorado at the Governors office.
Photo by John Leyba/The Denver Post

How the governor and music heavy hitters plan to make sure every Colorado kid has access to an instrument and instruction

“Hickenlooper’s goal of giving every Colorado child the same chance at musical self-expression moved a step closer to reality Monday with the unveiling of his ambitious new music-education nonprofit, with help from some of the region’s most powerful music-industry machinery and creative talent.

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