Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs

featuring Fourplay's "More Than a Dream"

Visitors to Colorado Springs, near the foot of Pike’s Peak, would not be surprised to learn that this area originally inspired America, The Beautiful. Beauty is not in short supply in this amazing natural setting, where millions of years of prehistoric lake sediment and alpine glaciers have carved the landscape into a beautiful series of hills, mountains, and lakes, punctuated by impressive mountains.

This landscape lends itself to skiing, hiking, and biking. The tradition of outdoor recreation in Colorado Springs might be one of the reasons why it is the site of the United States’ Olympic Committee and Olympic Training Center.

Fourplay is a jazz “supergroup” formed in 1990. Permanently featuring jazz keyboard legend Bob James, bassist Nathan East, and drummer Harvey Mason, the group has also included prominent guitarists Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, and Chuck Loeb (currently active). Fourplay is the only musical group ever to be recognized with a Congressional Record from the the United States Congress.


Colorado Springs Conventions & Visitors Bureau
Geology of the Pikes Peak Region Colorado Springs Visitor Information
Fourplay Official Site

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2 Responses to Colorado Springs

  1. JazzMaster43 says:

    I’ve been enjoying this on my TV now for a couple of 3 months..I listen to it more than I watch any regular programing on the tube..In Colo Sprgs, I used to live at 1518 East Pikes Peak ave..which is right across the street from the basball and balloon liftoff park right on Pikes Peak..

    Really enjoy the music and the pictures…

  2. eScapes says:

    Since December we’ve been playing another episode of Colorado Springs in winter– hope you’ve seen it. Thanks for the comment and the story. Where do you live now?

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