Denver and the Mile High Orchestra recently performed at the famed Carnegie Hall.
Denver Bierman, a native of Plymouth, had always wanted to play at Carnegie Hall, but thought it would only remain as a dream of his. His dream came true last week when he performed with his band along with Dino, Sandy Patty, Larnell Harris, the Philadelphia Boys Choir, the Manhattan Pops Orchestra, and singers Daniel Rodriguez and Robert Stearns.
Denver even had a chance to perform one of his own compositions, “Always”. He performed the song with the Manhattan Pops Orchestra – a 70 piece orchestra.
After Denver and the Mile High Orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall, they performed a show of their own in Newtown, Connecticut for the survivors of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Denver will be going back into the recording studio to work the band’s new album, Mile High Hymns, due out this year. The band will also be playing at Bear Creek Farms in October.