Ewu's Paradise Theater

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Ewu's Paradise Theater was a live music venue in Aspen, Colorado which operated from 1978 to 1984. Founded by Aspen resident David Moss,[1] the 400-seat venue was music home to many of Aspen's nationally-known entertainers. Entertainers that gained national exposure at the venue include Robin Williams and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Entertainers that played the venue in spite of its size include James Brown, The Eagles and Jimmy Buffett.


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