Colorado Northwestern Community College, our educational partner in Rangely.  In the future we will offer Tank-related classes through CNCC’s continuing education program.

Town of Rangely, Colorado Benefiting the Town of Rangely is an explicit part of the Tank’s mission.

The Herald Times is our local newspaper in Rio Blanco County, ably edited by Niki Turner.

KAFM is a member-supported, volunteer-oriented community radio station in Grand Junction, Colorado, broadcasting a variety of music and interesting local talk. Click this link to Listen Live.

Canyon Pintado runs south of Rangely along Route 139 and was a center of Native American culture for thousands of years. Site of many excellent examples of ancient rock art.

The Rangely Outdoor Museum offers exhibits illuminating Native Peoples, Pioneers and Ranching, Geology and Paleontology, and more.

Founded by Bud Streigel, the Rangely Automotive Museum displays rare autos and motorcycles from the early 1900’s.

Colorado Public Radio is listener-supported radio, presenting Colorado news, music, and cultural experiences. Click the link to Listen Live.

Colorado Creative Industries supports and encourages the innovators, creators, change-makers and dreamers who improve our quality of life and make Colorado creative.

The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery offers a unique mix of science and history that invites you to discover the interconnectedness of everything from music to fossils to bicycles and everything in between.

Steamboat Creates is the center of the creative community in Steamboat Springs and advocates for the arts in Northwest Colorado.

Arts in Society is a coalition of funders supporting cross-sector work through the arts in Colorado.

eTown is a radio broadcast/podcast, multimedia and events production company producing musical, social and environmental programming to uplift and inspire listeners around the world.  Listen Live by clicking the link.

Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, The Music District is a dynamic gathering hub, workspace, and creative playground for the music community.

The National Endowment for the Arts is the nation’s advocate for the arts in America.

REDCAT is a multidisciplinary center for innovative visual, performing and media arts in downtown Los Angeles.

National Sawdust is a non-profit performing arts organization and music venue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Barbes is a bar and music venue in Park Slope, Brooklyn, which has recently instituted a live music You-tube channel.

Rough Trade is a record shop and music venue. Great place for vinyl.

Jalopy Theatre and School of Music is a nonprofit venue for traditional roots music in Brooklyn, New York.

Roulette is a leading presenter of avant-garde music and dance performances in Brooklyn.

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) is a multi-arts center, now a great source for online music and film.

Freight and Salvage is a nonprofit community arts organization dedicated to promoting public awareness and understanding of traditional music.

Located in San Francisco, the Exploratorium is a public learning laboratory exploring the world through science, art, and human perception.

Other Minds in San Francisco is a leading organization for new and experimental music. Click here to listen to Music from Other Minds, selections from their archive.

Headlands Center for the Arts is a multidisciplinary, international arts center supporting artists, the creative process, and the development of new, innovative ideas and artwork.

Meyer Sound Laboratories manufactures self-powered loudspeakers and other innovative audio technologies, including the outdoor speaker system at the Tank.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City is known for its encyclopedic collection of art from nearly every continent and culture, and especially for its extensive collection of Asian art.


Michael Harrison is an American contemporary classical music composer and pianist living in New York City.  Michael often works in “just intonations,” an older tuning system perfectly suited to the Tank.

Alvin Lucier is an American composer who explores acoustic phenomena and auditory perception.  A supporter of the Tank since its founding, he most recently recorded there in July, 2020.

The pioneering composer Pauline Oliveros made a life practice of Deep Listening, listening in every possible way to everything possible–the sounds of daily life, nature, and one’s own thoughts, as well as musical sounds–no matter else what you are doing.  Click here to hear her speak about the power of this practice.

Meredith Monk is a composer, singer, director/choreographer and creator of new opera, music-theater works, films and installations.

The Colorado Children’s Chorale made a triumphant trip to Rangely to record and perform in the Tank in 2018.  Kids in the Chorale are ages 78 to 14 and come from more than 170 schools in the Denver area.  Two entries on this “Listen” page come from the Tank.

Roomful of Teeth is a GRAMMY-winning vocal project dedicated to reimagining the expressive potential of the human voice.  In 2017 the ensemble recorded and performed at the Tank for our first Solstice Festival. Click the link to hear their latest release.

Jazz trumpeter Ron Miles has a long history with the Tank, having played in it for more that 20 years.  Ron headlined our 2018 Solstice Festival.  Click the link and have a look at Mimi Chakarova’s short video of Ron and several stellar musicians recording his album I am a Man.

The master of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai, recorded and performed at the Tank in 2018.

Percussionist Will Clipman came to the Tank to perform with R. Carlos Nakai.  Here are Will and Tank alumna Sherry Finzer performing in July, 2020.

Laurie Anderson is an American avant-garde artist, composer, musician and film director whose work spans performance art, pop music, and multimedia projects. Here she is in conversation with Tank Founder Bruce Odland.

A singer’s singer, Rinde Eckert is also a writer, librettist, composer, musician, performer, and director, as well as a longtime Tank alumnus.

Virtuoso early music performers Jolle Greenleaf and Hank Heijink presented “Echoes of Ages” at the Tank in 2019.

Guitarist/composer Bill Frisell and filmmaker Bill Morrison are creating a work for the Tank, to be presented in May, 2021.

Roots and blues singer, Molly O’Brien was to have performed at the Tank for the 2020 Summer Solstice, until a virus claimed the season.

Leon Littlebird performs original Native Colorado music, including acoustic guitar, native flutes, and storytelling.  Leon will present a concert at the Tank in 2021.

William Winant is an American percussionist, working in contemporary classic music and jazz.  Willie performed at the Tank for the 2019 Summer Solstice.

We can’t possibly link all the artists and musicians who made important contributions and great work at the Tank since its acoustic properties were discovered in 1976. Here are a few of them: Lois LaFond, Michael Stanwood, Dexter Payne, Jesse Manno, James Hoskins, Beth Quist, Vickie Dodd, Mark McCoin, Mark Fuller, James Marienthal.

We’ll be adding to this list of Links We Like in the future.