The spirit and music of John Denver
Singer-songwriter Rick Schuler ushers in the sounds of the ‘70s with his “Rocky Mountain High Experience,® A Tribute to John Denver” at the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) on Saturday, December 8 at 7:30p.m.
Schuler’s uncanny resemblance, vocals and stage persona have made him the leading performer of John Denver’s music. Schuler’s show offers audiences the most authentic John Denver concert experience by incorporating the country legend’s greatest hits including “Thank God I’m a Country Boy,” “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” “Sunshine on My Shoulders” and more.
Schuler’s performance captures the essence of the music icon in both his sound and stage presence – it’s an outstanding show for Denver fans.
Concert takes place in the museum’s main gallery featuring the works of Denver artist, Kevin Sloan. An intimate setting to enjoy a tribute to a legendary music career that spanned four decades.
CMATO Members: $25
Schuler came into prominence at the age of 16 with his first public performance of “Rocky Mountain High,” which was received with a standing ovation. His musical talent and public appeal subsequently led to television and radio appearances including a feature on The Jack Carney Show, as “the John Denver guy.” With his “Rocky Mountain High Experience,®” Schuler has created a show that features fan favorites