|Rocky Mountain Holiday|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Producer||Milton Okun, Barney Wyckoff, John Denver|
|John Denver chronology|
|Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and The Muppets|
|Created by||Henson Associates|
|Written by||Jon Stone|
Joseph A. Bailey
|Directed by||Jim Henson|
|Theme music composer||John Denver|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production company||Henson Associates|
|Original release||May 12, 1983|
Rocky Mountain Holiday is a television special and a soundtrack album of songs from the special, performed by American singer-songwriter John Denver and The Muppets. The show has Denver playing host to the extended Muppet family; he takes them up into the scenic Rockies for an excursion that includes fishing, hiking, and camping. The soundtrack album was released in November 1982, and the special itself aired May 12, 1983, on ABC. In 1984, the album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Album for Children, but lost to Michael Jackson's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial storybook.
John Denver takes the Muppets camping.
The Muppet performers
Rocky Mountain Holiday was released by Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment division on VHS and DVD on August 26, 2003.