Wow, what crazy times. It’s been a long haul, and unfortunately, it looks like we still have a bit to go. Stay strong; there is light at the end of the tunnel. Our hope is, you have been safe and weathering this storm well. No doubt, some of you have suffered greatly, please accept our thoughts and prayers. We too, have lost some friends to this terrible virus.  

We had planned to bring the Rocky Mountain High Christmas production across Canada last fall, but as you know, that wasn’t possible, and unfortunately, this fall is out too. 

Now, the plan is to resume touring in late fall of 2022. Hopefully, we will be in a much better place, and it will be safe for us all to return to concerts and events we love to enjoy. 

With that in mind, our goal is to keep you in the loop as much as possible, so we will be sending out quarterly newsletters. This is  our first edition! We’ll have a lot more to share with you in the coming months, including concert dates, podcasts with Lee and Rick, terrific contests you can participate in, and so much more. 

Please let us know how you are doing, tell us your stories and how music has helped you get through these difficult times.  With your permission, we will share your stories in future newsletters.  It helps to know you have support.

Also, please don’t hesitate to send us your questions, we’d love to hear them and will do our best to respond as soon as possible.

Getting Excited

In the meantime, we have been busy working on video footage from our last Christmas production, way back in November of 2019 B.C…Before COVID! 

Thanks to you and the fantastic response to our show, there is now interest in shooting a documentary about the concert production, how it all came to be a reality and the story behind rescuing John Denver’s symphony scores as written by Lee Holdridge.   Of course Lee will be back with us when our tour resumes…and quite frankly, the show wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for his continued love of the production and his participation in conducting his superb arrangements with renowned Canadian symphonies.     

To get a glimpse of what a documentary might include, below are a few videos for you to watch.  The first one is a promo video for the production and speaks to how it came to be.  The following two are biography videos of Lee Holdridge and Rick Worrall, the lead singer and producer.   

We hope you enjoy!  

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