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C. Collier, musician and recording artist, has been entertaining and delighting his crowds both young and young-at-heart with his extraordinary acoustic/lead guitar, rhythmic percussion, and vocal talent, for over 20 years. Country, country rock and more, C. C.'s music of long ago and modern music make him an absolute delight, from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado to the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas
His accomplishments are many and impressive:
- Entertained crowds for the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) at the Boardwalk Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, from 1998 through 2003
- Performing annually at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado
- Appearing at many casinos in Black Hawk and Central City, Colorado, before settling with a a long-term gig at the Wild Card Casino in Black Hawk, Colorado, 5 nights per week. He performed at the Wild Card for 18 years.
Opening for Ricky Skaggs, Bobby Bare and Hal KetchumC. Collier's live music and distinctive voice were welcomed at the following casino lounges in Las Vegas, Henderson, Laughlin, and Mesquite, Nevada:
- Westword Ho
- San Remo
- Sam's Town
- Virgin River
C.C. has perforomed for various special events held at the following casinos:
- Caesar's Palace
- Harvey's (Lake Tahoe)
- Orleans (invited back to perform annually since 2000 for festivities pertaining to the Miss Rodeo America Pageant)
The list just goes on...and on....
Co-author of the song "America Thanks You," C.C.'s heart is with the veterans and their families of this great land. He is also active in American Legions, V.F.W.'s and their causes.
In addition, C. C. has been acknowledged and honored by various groups and causes:
- Music City Song Festival, Honorable Mention, Top 10 Percent, for "America Thanks You," Vocal Division, Country Category
- Miller High Life Hometown Hero, Colorado Hero of the Week, for his work on behalf of people who have serious physical disabilities, starting with a benefit for Cancer and an ongoing relationship with a group called Colorado Sports for the Physically Challenged
- Acknowledged by the Organ Transplant Fund
Named "Best Casino Entertainment" by the Rocky Mountain News, April 19, 1998