Longtime Denver singing sensation Hazel Miller is a big Motown fan.
Freedom seemed to be the theme at the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration at Civic Center Park. This year’s event attracted more than 100,000 people.
For almost 30 years, Hazel Miller has wowed and entertained Denver’s music lovers. She got her first regular singing gig in the winter of 1985.
Shows like “Glee” and movies like “Pitch Perfect” have made singing groups all the rage but who would think of putting fireworks and a capella together?
A mother from Aurora has been an outspoken advocate for immigrants in Colorado who, like her, are facing deportation. Supporters of immigration reform are using her story to turn up the heat.
To honor Women’s History this month, here are some of the most accomplished ladies on Denver’s diverse music scene.
Between 2,000 and 5,000 people are expected at an event on Tuesday called Colorado Remembers 9/11, which will feature remarks by John Elway of the Denver Broncos and a musical performance by Hazel Miller.
Colorado officials are holding a remembrance ceremony and concert in to honor lives lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and pay tribute to Colorado emergency crews who responded to summer wildfires and the July 20 theater shootings.