Biscuit City Records
With Michael Stanwood – Jeff Gilkinson – Scott Bennett – Joe Wood – Randy Handley – Don Messina – Corky Siegal – Jim Ransom – Sumi Sawtelle – Laura Benson – Rick Kirby – Allan and Tessa Davis – Rendell and Stephanie Bowers – Buck Ford – Rick Stockton – Scott Brownlee – Katie Moffit – Geoff & Mary Flower Withers – Sidney Allison –
LP – Biscuit City 1325 – “Movin’ On Down The River”
LP – Biscuit City BC 1325 – “Movin’ On Down the River” – 1979
The City Limits Bluegrass Band
This group performed at the Oxford Hotel in downtown Denver. Group members included Mary Stribling (bass), Lynn Morris (guitar and banjo) and Pat Rossiter (guitar and dobro).
They formed in 1972. Lynn Morris attended Colorado College in Colorado Springs. Mary came to Denver from Minnesota and joined The 20 String Bluegrass Band. Pat migrated from Milwaukee and joined the other two to form the City Limits Bluegrass Band.
Colorado Folk (Biscuit City Records – Various Artists)
LP – Biscuit City – Colorado Folk II
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The Dayhills were yet another Biscuit City Records acts.
Tom Dahill (guitar)
Barbara Dahill (flute)
Charlie Heymann (mandocell).
They were billed as an “Irish Band”. They were joined on their first LP by accordion player Pat Flannagan.
The LP below was curiously also released on the “Fast Mary” label out of Chicago stating it was recorded in Chicago – where the Biscuit City LP refers to the recording being done in Boulder.
LP – Fast Mary 26792 – “Irish Folk Songs” – 1978
LP – Biscuit City BC 1319 – Cowtowns And Other Planets – 1978
(Also see the Harry Tuft listing)
LP – Biscuit City 1310 – “Grubstake” – 1977
Randy Handley (guitar) – Gary Forrest (harmonica) – Craig Wasner (guitar) – Lon Ephram (bass) – Slums Nouveaux (drums) – Dave Taylor (pedal steel) – Pete McCabe (piano) – George Bowhey (drums) – Bette White (vocals) – Ruthie Allen (vocals) – Mary Stevens (vocals) – Pete Wasner – (piano) – Dave Toland (bass) – Bob Rangell (sax) – Mary Flower (vocals) – Jack Murphy (harp) – Gene Roof (trombone) – Uncle Bill Clark (tuba) – Washboard Frank (washboard) – T. J. Lemon Pits Wheeler (guitar) – Frankie Romeo (clarinet) – Yenny Hungman (heavy metal) – Johnny Long (slide guitar) – Dave Toland (bass) – Mark Craney (drums) – The Spudtones (vocals) – B.J. Rossi (drums) – Kenny Vaughn (guitar) – Tom Butters (guitar)
LP – Biscuit City 1306 – “Keepsake” – 1975
Dakota Dave Hull & Sean Blackburn
LP – Biscuit City 1324 – “North By Southwest”
With Richard Dean (guitar), Kathi DeFrancis (paino), Carolyn Kremmers (flute), Jim Ransom (percussion), Linda Joseph (fiddle), Don Grove (drums), N.C. Bull (bass), John Cable (vocals), T.M. Goat (mandolin), Carol Binder (vocals), Harry Huft (vocals), Charles Sawtell (guitar), Mary Flower Withers (dobro)
LP – Biscuit City 1304 – “Dreams, Lies & Whispers”
LP – Biscuit City 1317 – “Guess Who’s in Town – Eclectic Fiddle” – 1977
Members: Neal Hellman, Michael Rugg, Robert Force, Albert J’ossche, Bonnie Carol, Bonnie Carol, Michael Hubbert
LP – Biscuit City 1314 – “The Dulcimer Project”
This is a 1977 release on the Biscuit City label out of Denver
Band Members: Jim Ransom (guitars/vocals), Carolin Kremers (violin), Charles Sawtelle (guitar), T. M. Goat (banjo), Dave Metsch (harmonica), Peter Wasner (piano), N. C. Bull (bass), Richard Dean (guitar), Dan McCrimmon (harmonica) and Harry Tuft (back up vocals)
LP – Biscuit City 1303 – “Just Come Along for the Ride”
LP – Biscuit City 1307 – “The Escape of J. D. MacKenzie and Other Songs” – 1976
Musicians include Dick Weissman who was with John Phillips and Scott MacKenzie in “The Journeymen”, Dan McCrimmon, Charlie Burrell and Nancy Clegg
LP – Biscuit City BC 1323 – “Tartans & Sagebrush”
Rosy’s Bar & Grill
A folk group from Kansas City recording on Denver’s Biscuit City.
Carol Smith – Martha Haehl – Joyce Constant
The Sunday River Bluegrass Show featuring David Ferretta
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Also see the “David Ferretta” Entry
From Hanaleiep.com: “David Ferretta was a Denver Music Icon, first working with Harry Tuft at the Denver Folklore Center and later opening his own vintage music store, Ferretta Music Service on south Broadway in Denver. David also owned “The Global Village” a coffee house in Denver that presented live Bluegrass music. David joined with EP Davis, Clarke Wright, Marc Conley and Bob Wire to form The Sunday River Bluegrass Show, recording an LP record album for Biscuit City Records in Denver tilted “You Can Dress Them Up, But You Can’t Take ‘Em Out”.
Sunday River performed at the earliest Bluegrass festivals in Colorado, and was a featured opening act for Colorado bands, Michael Martin Murphy, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Doug Kershaw, Chuck Pyle, Katy Moffit and many other Colorado artists and well as national acts like Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, Jim and Jessie, Jimmy Martin, and Ralph Stanley. Sunday River traveled extensively and performed twice at the famed Red Rock Amphitheater for Barry Fay’s “Colorado Nights”. David passed away in 1996.”
Biloxi Bob Wire (fiddler)
David Ferretta (guitar)
E.P. Davis (banjo)
Clark Wright (mandolin)
Mark Connoly (bass)
LP – Biscuit 1315 – “You Can Dress ‘Em Up, But You Can’t Take ‘Em Out” – 1977
Dan Sadowsky & The Ophelia Swing Band with Mike Scap
LP – Biscuit City 1322 – Spreadin’ Rhythm Around – 1979
Biscuit City 100101 – Big Thompson Flood b/w A Night In Old Denver
One of two infamous floods to hit Colorado – the other being the Platte River Flood in 1965
Colorado Folk – Various Artists
Includes Ruthie Allen, Pete McCabe, City Limits and Vince & Kathy
LP – Biscuit City 1302 – Colorado Folk
LP – Biscuit City 1304 – Colorado Folk II
Includes Jim Ransom, Mary & Katy, Dan McCrimmon and Grubstake