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With over 100 performances per year, Curry has produced the ultimate tribute experience and has emerged as the top selling performer of John Denver’s music today.  

Curry’s groundbreaking Vegas tribute in 2002 was the first full-length John Denver tribute concert to come to Las Vegas, with sell-out crowds year after year.

This unique come-back of America’s Troubadour goes beyond just another tribute. Curry’s concerts include large screen projections of nature scenes, stunning aerial video fly-overs of the Rocky Mountains, valleys and rivers. Exploring the connection of John’s music and the impact he has on our awareness of the earth.  Popular songs like “Sunshine On My Shoulders,”  “Rocky Mountain High” and “Country Roads” solidify John as America’s Troubadour. With over 250 songs recorded and performed by John Denver, Jim always offers a fresh line-up of hits along with those very rare songs like “Yellowstone: Coming Home”, the last known song written by John Denver, and the never recorded “Blue Water World”.

From the most prestigious venues in the country like Red Rocks Amphitheater or the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater with thousands of people in attendance, to the Performing Arts Centers across the land or out at sea on Holland America , Jim delivers a home run every time. Whether Jim is performing with the symphony orchestra, his own talented band, John Denver’s Band, or all by himself, his compelling voice, combined with dramatic images of nature is an unforgettable show that will truly fill up your senses.


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"I know beyond doubt that I want to join your show whenever I can. You guys exhibited nothing but big league leadership & Professionalism."

- Steve Weisberg - John Denver band member and songwriter Dallas, TX


“As John Denver's former drummer and percussionist, working with Jim Curry has kept alive for me how it was playing with John. Jim has stayed true to John’s music and vision. It is a pleasure working with Jim and Anne Curry.”

- Richie Gajate Garcia - John Denver's Percussionist


"It was a real trip down memory lane. Here was Lee Holdridge, John Denver's conductor, orchestrator and arranger of 30 years conducting the orchestra, I was playing guitar, Richie Garcia was playing drums and percussion, and Jim Curry was over there sounding like John Denver. A couple of times I closed my eyes and went back 15 years. It was strange and cool at the same time."

- Pete Huttlinger - Lead guitarist for John Denver, Nashville, TN

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