• Chuck Morris


    imageThank you Chuck Morris for always supporting #MagicMusic
    “Starting with my first club Tulagi in Boulder in 1970 and promoting thousands of concerts for 46 years I have watched the growth and explosion of local grown Boulder Denver bands using predominately acoustic instruments playing music defined in such various terms as bluegrass, folk rock, hippy music, jam band music, alternative country etc. etc. Too many to mention the 2 earliest pioneers were the transplant Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Magic Music followed by other iconic bands Hot Rize,String Cheese Incident,Leftover Salmon, and Yonder Mountain String Band just to mention a few. Although not as successful as the Dirt Band, Magic Music had a huge influence on our music community and the growth of this wonderful musical genre so associated with Colorado,

  • A note from our friend Bill Payne

    Billy PayneJust wanted to give a brief but heartfelt shoutout to all in Magic Music. Great to see the mounting interest in the project, along with the enthusiasm of the band itself.

    It is wonderful to see people embrace their heritage, their music, and their friendship. Bands are unique. As someone from the outside/inside I’m excited for them.
    It is not often in life we get a change to revisit and give extension to a time and place filled with memories–and all that that entails–within the spectrum of past, present, and future.
    It is an exhilarating feeling. I’m honored to have played a part in Magic Music and the path they are forging anew.
    My congratulations to all.
    Bill Payne
  • Magic Music / 2015 FMBQ Conference


    After taking the time to map out a strategy, the band decided to release of the album the end of January.  Ramping up that effort, Tim Goodman and Chris Daniels will be attending the FMBQ Conference in Boulder.  Joining them will be marketing coordinator, Maria Brunner from Insight Management.   Tim and Maria will also attend the Americana Conference in Nashville this September.

    MM Rehearsal Spring 2015 w Scarlet Rivera and Jimmy Haslip


  • The magic is in the music at Will Luckey’s


    Musician and teacher Will Luckey playing one of his guitars.
    By Tony Omer Published May 15, 2012

    Falling off a 28-foot ladder ended Islander Will Luckey’s promising career as a hand nailing house shingler. He now teaches music full time, with no regrets.

    Will Luckey is a musician’s musician who teaches music to seven-year-old beginners and to accomplished musical 70-somethings and most anyone in between. He holds court on guitar, bass, piano, voice, and composition in his state-of-the-art music studio in West Tisbury.

    Some of his students have gone on to promising musical careers and some come from successful musical careers, but most are people who just want to learn to play or learn to play better. Among his students are Kate Taylor, Jesse Wiener, Willie Mason, Max Currier, Barbara Dacey, Adam