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 Our Mission

   To participate in the Denver Area Performing Arts community by providing a venue where music-lovers can gather, socialize and see great acoustic-based singer-songwriters and musicians perform

   To support traveling-through-town performing artists with an environment where they can have an intimate performance with a listening audience

*Note all shows are supported by guest donations to the artist.  All of the guest donations for the artist go directly to the artist.


What is a House Concert?
Watch this 9News Feature on Our Old House Concert Series



The Host
Singer-songwriter, Dwight Mark, began his musical career in Chicago as a leader of the band Blues Express.  Prior to his move to Colorado in 1996, he purchased a mandolin and dobro and began studying bluegrass music. Once in Colorado, Dwight quickly adapted the mandolin and bottleneck slide dobro guitar into contemporary folk and pop music while taking them along to travels around the world and 35 of America’s National Parks.  With his CD release, Soul’s Engines, Dwight shares his stories of his move to Colorado, his travels, and the relationships along the way.   Dwight’s heartfelt and soulful performances are played on guitars, mandolins, Portuguese guitarras, ukulele, and a rare Weissenborn Hawaiian slide guitar built in the 1920's.  Acoustic Guitar Magazine’s Andy Volk says, “Dwight’s vibrant, richly textural arrangements and soaring vocals describe a crossroads where acoustic, folk, rock, and pop meet in songs that celebrate the beauty of nature and the unbridled joy of the groove.”    

Dwight hosted 35 house concerts in his former home in Denver with his Highlands House Concerts series.  He has since moved west of Denver and started the Crown Hill House Concert series.

Upcoming Shows at Crown Hill House Concerts

Sweet Talk Radio - Friday, April 27th - Doors 6:30

Sweet Talk RadioSweet Talk Radio

        I first discovered Sweet Talk Radio at the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival in 2012 and they put on a great show in the old Highlands House Concerts living room the following year.  They have a new CD release coming out in April and we are so excited to have them perform in the new space!

 

SWEET TALK RADIO was born out of a conversation. They were two solo acts who came together by way of vocal harmonies and then, a kiss. The kiss that changedeverything, started a relationship and ultimately led to getting married, and having a son. Along the way they released two albums, five singles, had numerous song placements in tv shows, performed at various festivals, signed with Secret Road, scored an independent film, and composed music for a daytime talk show.

 

With "HOROLOGY", Sweet Talk Radio are set to release their 3rd album.  Produced by Bill Leer (Ingrid Michaelson, Cary Brothers, Joshua Radin), the initial recording began just before Kate's father passed away. He was an horologist, who for many years, had a clock shop in North Hollywood. As Kate and Tim got back to the recording process, they realized time was a consistent theme throughout the album.

Show is by reservation request only.  There are no walk ups the day of the show.  Seats are a suggested artist donation of $20 per seat and all donations go directly to Sweet Talk Radio.  Please submit your request below and you will be contacted with further show details.

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Korby Lenker - Sunday, May 6th - 2pm

Korby LenkerKorby Lenker

I first saw Korby on the MainStage at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival which was a fabulous set with some great guest musicians from the Rocky Mountain Songwriter's group.  Korby won first place at the 2016 Rocky Mountain Songwriting Competition.

Please check out his website and videos and then reserve your seats!  www.korbylenker.com

Show is by reservation request only.  There are no walk ups the day of the show.  Seats are a suggested artist donation of $20 per seat and all donations go directly to Korby.  Please submit your request below and you will be contacted with further show details.

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Crown Hill House Concerts has put on over 45 shows and is formerly Highlands House Concerts