The Hall

Colorado Music Hall of Fame’s mission is to celebrate, promote and support Colorado’s music community.

Founded in 2011 by concert promoter Chuck Morris and a group of volunteer board members, including current co-chairs, Scott Tobias and Paul Epstein, Colorado Music Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization that serves Colorado’s music community through:


& Events

Over 50 musicians, music industry professionals, venues and organizations have been inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame induction concerts have featured performances by inductees as well as guest appearances by musicians such as Nathaniel Rateliff, The Lumineers, John Oates, Garth Brooks and more.


Hall Of Fame


Sharing Colorado’s music history, the Colorado Music Hall of Fame Museum is located at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre Trading Post in Morrison, CO. Featuring bilingual exhibits, the museum is free, ADA-accessible and open 363 days a year.

Red Rocks Trading Post

Supporting Mental Wellness

In Our Music Community

In 2023, The Hall launched “Keep The Beat” a mental wellness program to raise awareness and acceptance of and share resources about mental health and addiction recovery in our music industry.

Keep The Beat


Colorado Music

Raising awareness about Colorado’s vibrant music culture, The Hall promotes our music community through social media (follow us!), monthly eNews, billboards and ads.

Billboard CO StateWhereMusicThrives



In addition to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, The Hall holds a 501(h) election to allow for legislative lobbying activities in support of Colorado’s music community. To date, The Hall has officially endorsed the 2020 federal #SaveOurStages Act and the 2023 Colorado Senate Bill 60, “Consumer Protection in Event Ticketing Sales.”