Tribute Concert for Cody Canada and the Music of Cross Canadian Ragweed Set for MusicFest at Steamboat

The MusicFest at Steamboat is celebrating its 35th year as a festival this January.  The event is no doubt one of the preeminent events in our scene.  Between the skiing, networking, and quantity and quality of music, there’s nothing quite like it. It’s one of the longest continuously running festivals in the USA and has sold out for 19 consecutive years.
This year, Dickson Productions will be hosting Cody Canada and the music of Cross Canadian Ragweed as the 2020 MusicFest Tribute Artist!  Honoring accomplishments of the Texas/Red Dirt Legend, Cody Canada, this tribute concert will give artists the unique opportunity to express how Canada’s music has influenced them personally and professionally as they perform their own renditions of his music and will be recorded live (set to be released later in 2020).
Make sure you follow The MusicFest on social media and be on the lookout for The MusicFest 2020 reservation announcement! 
Who else is pumped for six days, 200+ hours of live music, at a world-class ski resort?!?! We’ll see ya there!

Author: Chris Fox

Music addict, a sucker for heartbreak songs, and avid Houston sports fan! I'am also the Editor-in-Chief of Texas Music Pickers.

5 thoughts on “Tribute Concert for Cody Canada and the Music of Cross Canadian Ragweed Set for MusicFest at Steamboat

  1. Are the other members of the CCR band included in this? Too bad it’s just Canada doing THEIR music!

  2. The entire band had a hand in the songwriting one way or another, maybe they all should be included in the tribute and announcement.

  3. I’m sure everyone involved, from the fans, musicians and producers to Cody himself would be enthusiastic and proud if the absent members of CCR would simply recognize they are included as they are CCR, drop the rock, act like themselves, get with the program and bask in the love and respect they earned as a group. Even if it is past. Even if it sparks a future.

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