The physical and vocal resemblance to John Denver is unbelievable! Check out the video clip below and you’ll be amazed. We are thrilled to have Ted on the Infinity stage to honor one of our finest and beloved singer-songwriters! And, as an added treat, John's long time friend and on-stage side kick Steve Weisberg will accompany Ted on this very special visit to Infinity Hall.
In just a very short time Ted has developed into a national act. He performs all over the country at casinos, show rooms, night clubs, fraternal clubs, private parties, fairs and festivals. Last year Ted was at the John Denver Festival, The CMA Fan Fair Festival in Nashville, the Travelin' Inc Country Cruise with Darryl Worley & Storme Warren, among many other venues.
The most heard comments after the show are, "I can't believe how much he looks and sounds like John Denver, it really took us back!
The first time John Denver and I played together, in my Aspen living room, 1973, we thought we’d played for about an hour, but it had really been almost three. Time disappears when musicians find a common groove. It’s the possibility of that magic that keeps musicians playing.
The band was John, myself, and Dick Kniss on bass. I played lead guitar, dobro, pedal steel, and sang the low harmony. Then we added John Sommers. In the audio tapes of his book, John says “It was that constellation, along with some terrific studio musicians, that carried me thru some big years touring and recording”.
My first studio work with him was John Denver’s Greatest Hit’s, Volume 1, then Back Home Again, Evening With John Denver, Rocky Mountain Christmas, Windsong, Spirit, and Greatest Hits Volume 2. And he included a few songs that I wrote for him.