You may find yourself glancing at the clock on a Thursday evening or Sunday afternoon and saying, "Oh shoot! I missed another Chapel of the Cross concert!" If so, clip this article and paste it on your bathroom mirror or tack it on your refrigerator.
Paul Chamberlain will perform at the Chapel of the Cross in Cedaredge on Thursday, June 14 at 7 p.m. Chamberlain, whose heritage is Cherokee, Choctaw and Chicasaw Indian, is also known as Three Bears, and has been a part of the American music scene for over 40 years.
David Snider will be performing the second concert of the 2018 summer concert series at the Chapel of the Cross in Cedaredge on Thursday, June 7, at 7 p.m. Admission is by donation.
The Chapel of the Cross announces its 2018 concert series. Performances are scheduled Sundays at 4 p.m. and Thursdays at 7 p.m., during the months of June, July and August.
Additional programs are held in the fall and winter, as well as at Christmas.
For the second year, the Chapel of the Cross season of concerts has ended with an energetic and fun open mic event that attracted 10 local talents and that featured an audience sing-along finalé.
Two familiar names in the local music scene, Bob Wear and Beth Williams, put in a lot of the work helping arrange for this year's concluding event.
The exciting band The Scones will appear at the Chapel of the Cross Thursday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m.
This well-traveled band is an original Colorado trio performing what is called "rockin' Americana."
The 2017 Chapel of the Cross summer concert series has been finalized. All concerts are held at the Chapel of the Cross in Cedaredge's Pioneer Town. Admission is by donation.
The Chapel of the Cross music committee is doing its part to spread the holiday spirit in Surface Creek Valley.
The expanded holiday music program schedule this year continued last Sunday with two performances.
There will be an expanded schedule of holiday concerts this season at Chapel of the Cross in Pioneer Town.
The Chapel's traditional two-performance program on Parade of Lights Day is on tap again this year with a local favorite, The Kokopelli Bell Choir, scheduled for the two performances.
The 2016 Chapel of the Cross Summer Concert Series ended on a high note Sunday.
The first ever "Open Mic Night" scheduled by the Chapel Music Committee brought out 10 performers who took their turns at the mic to provide a full evening of music and fun.
The Chapel of the Cross summer concert series is providing music lovers with some of the best and unique entertainment ever, organizers say. The two performances last week are perfect examples of the kind of entertainment audiences have enjoyed this summer.
Roy Martin and David Starr opened the Chapel of the Cross 2016 concert season on June 2 with an hour-long performance of 14 songs.
The pair, who together have entertained local audiences for years, enlivened their concert with lots of good-natured banter and kidding around as they sang and played their amplified acoustic guitars, performing original songs and some popular covers.
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