Westword Staff, Westword | Clear your calendars, because the Colorado Music Hall of Fame presented by Comfort Dental just announced its second induction ceremony this year, with Joe Bonamassa and Warren Haynes on hand to keep the music coming.
On December 3, the Colorado Music Hall of Fame will host the inductions of ’70s rock/fusion guitarist Tommy Bolin; award-winning blues pioneer Otis Taylor; Zephyr and its dynamic lead singer, Candy Givens; Colorado legends Freddi & Henchi, “The Crown Princes of Funk;” legendary concert promoter Tony Spicola; and Colorado music journalist Wendy “Rock & Roll” Kale.
The ceremony at the Mission Ballroom will include performances by David and Anna Givens, the Otis Taylor Band, Freddie Gowdy and members of the Freddi & Henchi Band (backed by Chris Daniels and the Kings), and the Tommy Bolin Tribute Band, featuring such former members of Tommy Bolin’s band as Stanley Sheldon (longtime member of the Peter Frampton Band), Johnnie Bolin (Tommy’s brother and a member of Black Oak Arkansas), and …
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Photo: Zephyr: The sounds of Zephyr swept Colorado in the ’70s. (Photo provided by CMHOF)