In 1968, an article in Billboard started that Harry Nilsson was slated to perform with the Denver Symphony before appearing in a TV special about him that was planned for July, 1969.[1]


The Denver Symphony Orchestra, established in 1934 and dissolved in 1989, was a professional American orchestra in Denver, Colorado. Until 1978, when the Boettcher Concert Hall was built to house the symphony orchestra, it performed in a succession of theaters, amphitheaters, and auditoriums. It was the predecessor to the Colorado Symphony, although the two ensembles were legally and structurally separate.