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Music is the universal language of love. Music is the purest expression of the heart reaching out to us lifting the human spirit to a higher place of believing ever stronger in the wonder of ourselves and this amazing world we all call home. Music is given to create in that moment the inspiration and hope that we can all discover the love, goodness, and priceless treasure we all are. In that sacred personal moment of discovery, music beckons us, like a cherished mother, to choose to make our lives an instrument of betterment for those drawn into our world and thus together, in perfect harmony, create a more wonderful world for us all ... This captures the mission of Aspen Meadow Band.

Formed in 2005, all the music that Aspen Meadow Band shares is tailored to their audience, intended to offer them the feeling that there is nothing too great that we have endured in our lives, nothing too big that cannot be overcome, and that all we need to do is believe in the reality of inspiration, amazement, and be resolved to embrace equal portions of patience and perseverance to see life through the lens of “all things are possible.”

So Aspen Meadow Band began with their music of hope to touch those at the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Special Olympics, Relay for Life, local hospitals and retirement centers, as well as others. 

Over the years, Aspen Meadow Band has been blessed with eight lead singers who have all been given a passion for different types of music. As a result, whether it is to share the incredible feelings of John Denver, Johnny Cash, or Jack Johnson, or to present a multi-genre backyard block party concert, if it uplifts the human spirit Aspen Meadow Band can play it, no matter the style or genre.

With members who have opened for Keith Urban, the Charlie Daniels Band, and shared the stage with members of John Denver’s Band, Aspen Meadow Band has rich experiences to call upon. Each show performed by Aspen Meadow Band features stories, songs, and feelings that help create the message they want their audiences to receive: "You are not alone, and life is beautiful and worth living.”

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