Five great Colorado flood relief tribute songs: Infamous Stringdusters, Justin Roth and moreBy Dylan Owens | December 9th, 2013 | No Comments »
Though the flooding in Colorado is off the front page, the grizzly aftermath remains.
These five musicians either penned tracks about the flood or are donating the sales of their song to flood relief efforts (or both). Even if you have no personal connection to the flood, give a few of these songs a listen.
Listen to our round-up of Colorado flood tributes below.
5. Blake Reid, “Hell Or High Water (for Boulder)”
Originally written for the June 2013 flood in Alberta, Canada, Blake Reid retooled the chorus to make it fit Colorado’s plight. The sentiment is still the same: perseverance through adversity, with a touch of country-strong gruff.
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