Dylan Smith
Oh I wish I could make it but I have a business I can't leave on a weekend. About a year ago I realized a dream and bought a bicycle shop called Campus Cycles here in Denver. I went into it as a music business refugee. I was at various times a manager, consultant or promoter of all kinds of Rock & Roll bands and their assorted projects. I worked with everyone from The String Cheese Incident to Steve Winwood to The Pogues to Bob Weir. I spent many a night on the road and one day realized it had to STOP! The late Hunter S. Thompson said the business I came from is a “cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side.” I never realized that until I "settled down" and bought the bike shop.

I've been Married 10 wonderful years to a local DJ named Jackie Selby of ALICE, 96.5 The Peak, KOOL 105 and other Denver radio stations She's now the “Music Director” for the Denver Radio Company.

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