OpenAir giving Colorado musicians an edge

· Oct. 15, 2014, 8:07 pm
photo: ark lifePhoto credit: CPR
Ark Life in the CPR Performance Studio. 
The CPR Performance Studio, where OpenAir records in-studio sessions and interviews with both local and national artists alike, has played a big role in building those connections. For many artists, OpenAir recording sessions have helped them reach new audiences and gain national attention. 
In a recent Westword article, Eric Halborg of Dragondeer and singer-songwriter Natalie Tate of Ark Life both attribute recent successes to OpenAir studio sessions. Subscribe to the OpenAir YouTube channel to watch these exclusive videos and others, and read more about OpenAir’s impact on the Colorado music scene in Westword