The Country Music Project




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The Country Music Project is one of the Rocky Mountain Region's top live country music acts. Performing at all major music venues (Grizzly Rose, Sundance, Whiskey Baron, Wide Open, Tailgate) and all of the major rodeos (National Western, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Greeley Stampede, and Pikes Peak) and most of the major summer concert series events all over the region.

Since 2009, TCMP has logged more than 1,000 shows, performing perform traditional and modern country, along with some classic rock and pop tunes, as well as some original music from our first studio album. Gigging approximately 60-80 times per year, the group serves the dancehall marketplace (Grizzly Rose), the summer concert series market (Sounds of Southlands), the rodeo market (NWSS, Cheyenne Frontier Days) and the private event market for corporate events, private parties and wedding receptions.

The band features 3-4 part vocals, with the center stage vocal being a female lead singer. While being a vocally driven music act, TCMP also presents a pedal steel and fiddle player, making the diversity of music we play second to none in our market.

For more information about the The Country Music Project, visit us at OR contact us at, by sending a message through Bandmix, or by texting to 303-717-0487.

Screen name:
The Country Music Project
Member since:
Jul 26 2010
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years together:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
62 years


Everything from Classic Country, to Modern Country, to today's "radio country", and even some tasty Classic Rock.


The Country Music Project drives its own sound using a Behringer X32 Rack PA system, which allows us to control our own in-ear onstage monitoring. Each musician uses their phone/tablet to control their own 24 channel mix.