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utumn in Colorado always teaches us about change, so Denverite new album, , feels fitting. All eleven songs of the album are timeless, with Baker conveying that the concept is something to appreciate through his soothing folk songs was cultivated from many of the experiences in my life outside of Denver,” says Baker, “I feel a great deal of support in the Denver community for being able to express myself freely without concern about fitting into what a Folk artist ‘should’ be.” And while the changing of place-to-place can be transformative, Baker feels he can always anchor himself to his home in Colorado. “It’s so great to sit down … in the sunshine to share stories and ideas and connect with others. The influence of the outdoors certainly has an impact on the joy of art and escaping to that is a source of inspiration.” Order Baker’s album online or find it across streaming platforms.

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