New Album Project now available! Donate and receive CD

Saving Lives With Songs

Music Therapy of the Rockies helps people with trauma, especially veterans, find healing through music therapy.

What We Do

Mental Wellness Through the Power of Music

Finding Healing

Our retreats help people with trauma reframe their experiences and reclaim their stories. We see lives changed dramatically in a short period of time — with positive, lasting results.

The Album Project

“Stories and Songs from the Farm” is a collection of 12 songs written during our retreats. Explore the powerful music and the stories behind these songs, through a one-time $100 donation. By listening to these songs, you bring these veterans’ stories to life.

The Latest Stories & News

May 19, 2022
When the longtime Aspen-based folk singer and music therapist Mack Bailey works with military veterans, one of the first exercises he has them do it to hold their index finger on a guitar’s high E string and pull it up toward the D string, hold the tension between them and then lower it back down.
April 5, 2022
Music Therapy of the Rockies is proud to announce Stories and Songs from the Farm, a collection of 12 songs written during our Music Therapy Retreats.
May 4, 2021
We would also like to honor and remember Randy Frantze, one of our veterans who recently passed away. Randy was an amazing individual that captured our hearts with his sense of humor and his philosophical outlooks. His quote, “I’m going to harden my fingers (for guitar) and soften my soul” will stay with me for a very long time.