Through his Feyline promotion company, Fey booked tens of thousands of concerts and events from the 1960s through his retirement in 1997, bringing the likes of the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Jimi Hendrix and many others to Colorado venues. Fey died by suicide in 2013. A prolific promoter, Fey is often credited with putting Colorado’s music scene on the map. Legendary Colorado concert promoter Barry Fey is the subject of an upcoming music history documentary. A documentary on Barry Fey, the colorful promoter who made Colorado a destination for the biggest names in music, is in the works.   The movie, which is still filming, doesn’t have a projected release date. For more information on “Rockfather Rockumentary – The Life and Times of Barry Fey,” check out MusicTracks Films’ website here. “Rockfather Rockumentary – The Life and Times of Barry Fey” is being produced by Denver-based multimedia corporation MusicTracks Films. Photo by Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post. In conjunction with the documentary, MusicTracks Films is raising money in hopes to erect a bronze statue of Fey at Red Rocks in 2018.