97.3 KBCO/Denver Inducted Into Colorado Music Hall of Fame

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    KBCO has been around for 4 decades and in the release was honored for its influence in the AAA format.

    iHeartMedia’s 97.3 KBCO (World Class Rock) Denver-Boulder, has become the first-ever FM radio station inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. The ceremonies took place Monday night at the Paramount Theater in Denver. The station was recognized as one of the most influential radio station stations in music, community involvement and multimedia. The Colorado Music Hall of Fame honors those who have made outstanding contributions, to preserve and protect historical artifacts and to educate the public regarding everything that’s great about Colorado’s music.

    97.3 KBCO staff past and present gathered on stage and were recognized for their contributions. National touring artist Amos Lee read the proclamation and presented the award to Program Director Scott Arbough. Additional highlights from the night included a special video tribute from Nathaniel Rateliff as well as a video highlight reel of 97.3 KBCO’s accomplishments from throughout the years.

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