Good Morning Everyone!
I hope you are all off to a fantastic weekend.
As I may have mentioned before, I was born in Denver, Colorado and sometimes you can hear that rustic mountain sound come through the music.
Recently, a friend made a song and video that reminded me of my Rocky Mountain roots and although my family left Colorado when I was very young, I still have some great memories of my early life there.
This week’s new #MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions song is inspired by my personal life experiences back in Colorado, up in the mountains on family vacations.
“Reminds me of days,
When we were younger,
Trips down the road…” – “Rocky Mountain Banjo” by Rise-Ascend
I hope you all enjoy.
**Image Credit: Luca Bravo via Unsplash.com
**Contains some lawfully licensed royalty-free samples
#MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions Disclaimer: I am not classically nor traditionally trained in music composition or arrangement and by no means should any of my music, and particularly the #MTSTP Beautiful Sound Traditions series, be considered, referred to, or confused with REAL traditional or classical music. Please make no mistake, the #MTSTPBlog Beautiful Sound Traditions series is only a personal reflection of my love for the traditional, classical and ethnic sounds in music and a means to help encourage those who have developed an intimate connection with our blog to go and experience true, well-defined, developed and timeless traditional music and culture.
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