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Reader: Bryon Woodard was a tireless supporter of music who will be missed by many

Over the weekend, the Denver music scene lost another one of its own, and the whole town is reeling from the loss. Bryon Woodard was a dearly regarded member of our scene. As one reader asserted yesterday, he was as iconic as the Cricket on the Hill, the beloved Capitol Hill bar he once co-owned with Chris Rawles. Jim Moore, who posted our comment of the day, remembers Woodard as a tireless supporter of music whose generous shots of Jaeger were nearly as big as his heart:



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Dave Herrera
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