Recorded at Blackwatch Studios in Norman, Oklahoma, Denver worked with producers Jarod Evans and Chad Copeland who have tracked projects with Amy Lee, Graham Colton, Ben Rector, Steven Moakler, and many more reputable artists. Since the EP’s debut, it has gained nothing but attention. Anchored by tracks like Beg Me, a haunting duet featuring Sheree Chamberlain, the album has spun Denver into heavy rotation at local radio stations, even landing him the #2 spot on Oklahoma radio’s best songs of 2010 list. The EP then gained national attention when the contagious and catchy track, Stalker, was selected to be the first official music video shot on Nokia’s N8 cell phone. Denver even gained the attention of Grammy-award winner Bryan White who personally invited him to take the opening spot on his Christmas tour. Denver is a staple fixture in the Oklahoma City music scene where you can find him playing most weekends around town when he is not out playing festivals or touring.
Currently he is involved in several music projects: co-writing with other local and national artists, an EP slated to release in September 2011 with friend and band mate CedEnough of Churchboy Entertainment, a collaboration record with friend and fellow artist Jabee due out in January of 2012. In reference to the latter project Denver stated, “I want this project to help showcase talent that is coming out of Oklahoma. I’m proud to be an Okie, and I want people to see that in my music.” The project has some big names attached to it as well, Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, and music producer RjD2. Read more on Last.fm.
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