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Artist Endorsers - Many professional musicians use and endorse our products.  If you are a professional musician who currently  uses our products, please contact us regarding endorsement opportunities. 
  
 Some of our current  and past endorsers who use Colorado Case Company products include:

Maxfield Gast - Philadelphia-raised musician and composer Maxfield Gast has been widely recognized for his performance on the alto, tenor, soprano and baritone saxophones and EWI, as well as for his composition.Maxfield has performed all around the world in venues and festivals including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Hultsfred Festival in Stockholm, Center City Jazz Festival in Philadelphia, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Austin’s SXSW Festival, and Bluesfest in Ottawa.

As a traveling musician, keeping my instruments as safe as possible is top priority. Colorado Case Company made custom covers to fit all my cases – the bari case even has cut-outs for the wheels and pull handle. They’re double-insulated which helps in extreme temperatures and are super durable and water-resistant, which puts my mind at ease. The outer pockets provide extra storage while the custom colors and embroidery unify the look of my collection.”

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carymorin Cary Morin - Cary has been described as acoustic Native Americana Fingerstyle Blues; with strong qualities of jam, reggae, jazz, blues, bluegrass and dance.

He has produced or appeared on dozens of recordings, and has toured 22 US states, as well as Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium and the UK. His home base in Colorado is Fort Collins where he has been honored to be included in a public mural depicting popular local musicians and one of his first electric guitars prominently displayed at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery.
Steep Canyon Rangers - The Steep Canyon Rangers have carved out a unique spot in the world of bluegrass music. Consisting of Mike Guggino (mandolin), Charles Humphrey (bass), Woody Platt (guitar), Nicky Sanders (fiddle), and Graham Sharp (banjo), the group formed while four were attending the University of North Carolina. In 2004 they acquired Nicky from Berklee College of Music in Boston. Acoustic Guitar Magazine calls their latest Rebel Records release, One Dime at a Time, ”enormously satisfying...pushing bluegrass into the new century,” while popmatters.com simply called it ”raw and perfect.”
Robin and Linda Williams - For three decades now, Robin & Linda Williams have made it their mission to perform the music that they love, "a robust blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that combines wryly observant lyrics with a wide-ranging melodicism." Today some might call it "Americana," but these two revered music masters were living and breathing this elixir 20 years before that label was turned into a radio format.  Robin & Linda have made appearances on such major programs as "The Grand Old Opry," "Austin City Limits," "Music City Tonight," "Mountain Stage" and they continue to make frequent appearances on "A Prairie Home Companion."

Missy Raines - For some musicians, ringing new changes on familiar sounds is enough. For bassist Missy Raines, though, it’s a different story. Though she’s achieved acclaim in the world of bluegrass, her horizons have always been broader, and in the Missy Raines Band—more than a decade in the making—she’s at last created a group in which she can unleash the full range of her creativity.  2005 also brought the first appearances of the Missy Raines Band, an exciting new ensemble that promises to find a welcome reception among adventurous music fans of every stripe. “I had the idea as early as 1988 or so,” she confesses, “but through the years it was always in the background—until now.

Cadilac Sky - When the first strains of Cadillac Sky’s “Born Lonesome” come pulsing out of the speakers, it’s immediately apparent that there’s a different kind of bluegrass band on the scene—one wrapped in tradition, but not bound by it. That song, which opens their Skaggs Family Records debut, Blind Man Walking, has a high, lonesome sound that would do the great Ralph Stanley proud. And when they follow that up with “You Again,” a song where they display the ferocious intensity of the great rock and roll bands, it’s obvious Cadillac Sky is a band poised for greatness. Their propulsive brand of bluegrass is the perfect marriage of tradition and innovation. This original approach comes from a deep-seated respect for tradition wrapped around an unbridled musical curiosity. There’s no dichotomy in the band’s sound, just a synthesis of the band’s eclectic influences.
Eddie and Martha Adcock  - Partners in music and life for nearly three decades, the dynamic duo of Eddie and Martha Adcock has become known as “the biggest little band in Bluegrass”. They have toured the USA, Canada and Europe, charming all kinds of crowds and winning awards, rave reviews, and heavy airplay around the world. Together since 1973, the spirited couple married in 1976 and make their home in Nashville, Tennessee.  Award-winners and multi-Grammy finalists, this lively team of two are called “stellar musicians and vocalists” by 'Cashbox' Magazine; and 'Billboard' names them “one of the Bluegrass circuit's top acts” because of their dazzling delivery.
Sammy Shelor - When Sammy Shelor joined Lonesome River Band in 1990, he never envisioned himself leading the band only ten years later. Fresh off a six year stint with the popular Virginia Squires, Sam came on board along with Ronnie Bowman and before long, had recorded the landmark LRB CD, Carrying The Tradition with Dan Tyminski and Tim Austin. This recording quickly moved the band to headliner status, where they have remained ever since. When founder Tim Austin left in 1995 to focus on his studio, Sammy and Ronnie Bowman took over band management, and when Ronnie left in 2000, Sam found himself in charge, leading the band that had hired him fifteen years earlier
Don Rigsby - Rigsby has released three solo albums. His first, “A Vision,” won the Association of Independent Music’s “gospel album of the year” award and was nominated for an IBMA award. He received the 1999 Bluegrass Now Magazine Fan’s Choice Award for vocal tenor of the year and the 2001 Governor’s Kentucky Star Award. “Empty Old Mailbox,” the title track from his third album, won the 2001 Song of the Year award from SPGBMA. In 2005, Rigsby was awarded two IBMA awards for his role as producer of the Larry Sparks project “40” for Recorded Event of the Year and Album of the Year. He has recorded two albums with Dudley Connell, with plans for a third, and continues to perform and record with Midnight Call and Longview.
Bill Evans - San Francisco Bay Area musician and Virginia native Bill Evans has been involved with bluegrass music and the banjo for over twenty-five years as a player, teacher, writer and historian. He occupies a unique niche in the banjo world: celebrated worldwide for his traditional and progressive bluegrass banjo styles as well as his outstanding original compositions, he also enjoys a reputation as an outstanding instructor as well as being an expert player of 19th century minstrel and classic/parlor banjo styles. Bill currently performs and tours nationally with renowned bluegrass and old time musician Jody Stecher in a unique all-banjo show called The Secret Life of Banjos. This year, Bill also is launching his own band, the Bill Evans String Summit, an ensemble dedicated to the performance of Bill's original instrumental tunes.
Lisa Lynne - Lisa Lynne is a veteran musician and performer who has sold over half a million albums of original music featuring her Celtic harp. She has been a self taught multi-instrumentalist since childhood, and has spent the last eighteen years pursuing her passion for the Celtic harp. Lisa tours year round, performing at festivals around the United States and concert dates with the Windham Hill Winter Solstice tours. She has been active in the music therapy movement and in early 2002 she became the first musician-in-residence at City of Hope, a world-renowned Cancer treatment and research center near her home in Los Angeles. It is there she conducts the "Hands-on-harps" program for patients, staff and families. The success of this program has won accolades and multiple grants for integrating music in the treatment programs at City of Hope.
Pam Gadd - If you've followed Bluegrass for any time over the past fifteen years, chances are, you've enjoyed Pam Gadd's music. More from Pam is on the way. As former instrumentalist/vocalist for the Kentucky based New Coon Creek Girls, Pam moved to Nashville to provide lead vocals for Capital Recording artist's all-female band, Wild Rose. They helped introduce new audiences to the Bluegrass/Country sound. Their innovation earned them a Grammy nomination and a similar nod from the Academy of Country Music (ACM) for Best New Vocal Group of the Year. Three CDs and four videos later, Pam rejoined The New Coon Creek Girls in 1995 for a full year, playing "jo-bro" (a Gibson 5-string dobro-banjo) and banjo. Following this stop, she released her first of two solo projects, "The Long Road" on Vanguard Records. "The Time of Our Lives," released on OMS Records, followed. Both highlighted her exceptional song writing skills, charted and received rave reviews.
 

 

Jim Tozier - Jim Tozier is an acoustic fingerstyle guitarist who performs traditional Celtic tunes and original compositions inspired by his Irish heritage and by his surroundings along the Chesapeake Bay in Southern Maryland.

 

Jim has released two CDs on Solid Air Records, a Grammy-winning label. Celtic Guitar is a collection of traditional Irish and Scottish tunes, while Solo Guitar features Jim’s original, contemporary compositions. He also has an independently released CD, Castlerea.

 

 

 

 

Blue Moon Rising - "I first met Blue Moon Rising a few years ago and was immediately impressed with their talent to play, sing, and write songs.  I was also impressed with them as good, down-to-earth guys.  Their new album is a great collection of bluegrass that I'm sure folks are going to enjoy.  Good job, fellas -- keep it up!"...Ricky Skaggs
April Verch - When you see twenty-seven year old April Verch perform, the first thing that strikes you is the pure energy that infuses her fiddle playing and stepdancing. When you listen to Take Me Back, her third disc for Rounder Records, though, what draws you in are more subtle things-her confident, winsome singing, the finely detailed elegance of her fiddle phrasing and the depth of a repertoire that ranges through material from Americana mainstays Buddy and Julie Miller, to simple country songs and rollicking tunes from her native Ottawa Valley to sparkling original instrumentals. Like its predecessors, Take Me Back is rooted in a deep musical tradition, yet it also serves notice that April Verch has taken a bold step forward and stands on the threshold of a new and exciting stage of her career.
Pine Mountain Railroad - Pine Mountain Railroad is a highly sought, nationally-recognized tour band, entertaining at festivals, concerts, and other performance venues in the US, Canada, and on the high seas. Now consisting of six-members, Pine Mountain Railroad is releasing its seventh album, Alone with Forever, in March 2007.  This is a highly anticipated follow-up to their last critically acclaimed album, Heartache & Hope.   During 2006, the Heartache & Hope enjoyed a presence in the Top 10 Bluegrass albums and four of its tracks made the national charts.  In Fall 2006, Cody Shuler became the new managing partner and reorganized the band to feature high, lonesome leads accentuated by high, family-tight harmonies
Al Petteway & Amy White - Award-winning, critically acclaimed, passionate and playful, Al & Amy are an acoustic music duo that draws inspiration from musical traditions across the globe and distills these myriad styles into a rich and unique voice – a timeless recipe for healing, heartfelt music.  During an Al and Amy performance, the audience is treated to a variety of acoustic stringed instruments and percussion with a dash of pristine vocals.  They capture the hearts of audiences with colorful stories of wildlife in their own back yard in the Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina and the people and places along the way that have influenced their music.  Al and Amy invite their listeners to celebrate beauty and joy in all aspects of life.
 
   

 

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