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August 2, 2016

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John Denver Greatest Hits
The Best Of John Denver

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The Daily Walk with Miracles, updated August 2 2016, by Paul Evans, album courtesy of John Denver and YouTube. Please feel encouraged to visit the Official John Denver website and check him out on Facebook. One of my favorite John Denver songs (and maybe yours too) is John Denver “Rocky Mountain High” Live at Red Rocks 1974<./strong>

If you’re a real big Johnny Denver fan, you may wish to watch John Denver Remembered documentary FULL. If you are interested in learning more about John Denver, stop by the offical biography on Biography.com. Amazon.com, or purchase music by John Denver on Apple music, which says of his roots and early history:

One of the most popular recording artists of the 1970s, country-folk singer/songwriter John Denver’s gentle, environmentally conscious music established him among the most beloved entertainers of his era; wholesome and clean-cut, his appeal extended to fans of all ages and backgrounds, and led to parallel careers as both an actor and a humanitarian. Born Henry John Deutschendorf in Roswell, NM, on December 31, 1943, he was raised in an Air Force family, and grew up in various regions of the southwestern U.S. As a teen, his grandmother presented him with a 1910 Gibson acoustic guitar, and while attending Texas Tech University he began performing local clubs. Adopting the stage surname “Denver” in tribute to the Rocky Mountain area he so cherished, he dropped out of college in 1964 to relocate to Los Angeles; there he joined the Chad Mitchell Trio.

The late sixties and early seventies were problematical for Denver but then…

…He achieved superstardom (about 1971), thanks to the million-selling hits “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and “Sunshine on My Shoulders.” In the years to follow, Denver also scored with “Annie’s Song” (penned for his wife) and “Back Home Again,” and by 1974 was firmly established as America’s best-selling performer; albums like 1975’s An Evening With John Denver and Windsong were phenomenally popular.

On October 12, 1997, at age 53, tragedy cut short John Denver’s life in a single fatality crash into Monterrey Bay in California of his personal experimental lightweight aircraft.

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