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…or even if you didn’t, you can listen to the whole performance again HERE at Colorado College’s website.

KRCC would like to thank The Colorado College Cultural Attractions Fund, The Gazette, Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church, The Pikes Peak Gay and Lesbian Center and The Civilians for helping make this possible.

We would also like to thank all of you who came out to see the performance during the cold snap and helped us collect 20 boxes of non-perishable food for Care and Share.

 

One Response to If You Missed This Beautiful City…

  1. daisy says:

    Thanks so much for posting this, I listened to it over the last couple days and was just enthralled. It really tells the story of Colorado Springs over the last decade, and I love how they use real voices to do it.

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