Meet Jeff Van D
We sat down with Jeff outside at the YMCA of the Rockies, as he shared his humble beginnings as a musician, songwriter and his pure passion for instrumental music.
Welcome back to Behind the Music with Cowboy Brad Fitch. We're so glad you've returned, as the house concert at Brad's place continues with a song and story about the Rocky Mountain National Park. You're in for a real treat, so sit back and enjoy.
My Special Place - Trail Ridge
Brad performs another song of the beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park, written by his brother Doug about Trail Ridge Road. Brad also shares a bit about his love and respect for one of his great influences, John Denver.
The Big Thompson Flood
Listen as Brad shares a song and some stories of the Big Thompson Floods of 1976 and 2013.
Take Me Away
The concert continues with the song Take Me Away, that will make you long for home.
How They Did It Back Home
The concert goes a little deeper, taking in, not only the beauty, but the struggles as well, with the natural disasters that have recently taken place in this part of Colorado. Come take a few moments to relax and reflect with Brad's heartfelt song - How They Did It Back Home.
Estes Park Christmas
Brad gives us a cozy house concert in his home in Estes, sharing a little bit about how he got started in music, and sings ''Estes Park Christmas'' written by his good friend Bob Buford.
My Songs With Cowboy Brad
The fun, laid-back, house concert continues with Cowboy Brad with a song about my songs called My Songs as they just follow me around where I go.
The Cowboy Life
Cowboy Brad shares how he got his name and sings a song about the romantic Cowboy Life in all its glory and struggles.
Reclaiming the Imagination
Imagination - It's not just for childhood anymore!
We join Marietta & Rick as they share the intriguing story behind the making of the song Mystic Dew, a haunting tribute to the beautiful Stanley Hotel.
Horses, Hay and Leather
Cowboy Brad closes the concert with one final song, Horses, Hay, and Leather - dedicated to the faithful Livery Wranglers who take vacationers on horseback rides through Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.