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1:42 pm
Mon January 26, 2015

Inside the KSUT Music Blend

KSUT's music collection includes tens of thousands of CDs, and more than 30,000 songs on our computer system.

A station tradition and listener favorite for more than 30 years. The Blend is a complimentary mix of rock, Americana, bluegrass, blues, Native American, world, and R&B. You'll hear old favorites, lost classics, and emerging artists; all woven together by the thread of great songwriting and hand-chosen by KSUT DJs.

 

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News
6:17 pm
Tue January 20, 2015

KSUT Hires Executive Director

After a nation-wide search, KSUT has named Robert Franklin as its new executive director.  Dr. Franklin

has more than 20 years of management experience with National Public Radio affiliated stations at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, Western Illinois University, Arkansas State University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and other stations.   An award-winning radio and documentary film producer, his career also includes teaching a variety of college media communications courses.

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9:09 am
Mon January 19, 2015

KSUT signal problems resolved

It's not quite this bad at the KSUT transmitter site, but it's pretty close!

KSUT's signal at 89.3 FM, which serves greater Durango from Smelter Mountain, is now operating normally.

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10:49 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

NPR series Invisibilia airs Sundays on KSUT

Invisibilia is about the invisible forces that shape our bbehavior.

NPR's series Invisibilia airs Sunday nights at 9:00 p.m. on KSUT's Sunday Special. This week (January 25), we'll explore our expectations of each other, and what happens when we change them.

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In Studio
10:20 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

In studio with Michael Martin Murphey

Michael Martin Murphey sings "Wildfire" at the KSUT studios
Mark Duggan

Singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey, author of songs like "Wildfire" and "Caroline in the Pines," performed live in the KSUT studios on January 16.

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In Studio
10:20 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

Tony Furtado returns to KSUT

Tony Furtado at the KSUT studios
Mark Duggan

Award-winning multi-instrumentalist Tony Furtado stopped by the KSUT studios on January 15 for a live performance and interview.

Hours later, he took the stage with his band at Durango's Animas City Theatre.

Furtado is touring in advance of his 17th album, The Bell, due out later this year.

A KSUT favorite, Furtado has played live in our studios several times before, and even appears on one of KSUT's studio performance CDs, Roots & Rhythms.

News
2:09 pm
Thu January 1, 2015

Fresh Air Weekend, Sunday Special join KSUT Schedule

KSUT introduces two new programs to the Four Corners Public Radio lineup.

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In Studio
1:39 pm
Sat December 27, 2014

Duhks land at KSUT for studio performance

Rosie Newton, Leonard Podolak and Jessee Havey of The Duhks play in the KSUT studio.

Canadian band The Duhks played a set at the KSUT studios in early November, the day after a successful appearance at Fort Lewis College's Community Concert Hall.

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News
1:38 pm
Sat December 27, 2014

Masked revelry at the Member Party!

KSUT fans at the station's 21st Annual Member Party and Silent Auction.

Ska Brewing World Headquarters in Durango was packed with masked people November 1, part of KSUT's 21st Annual Member Party and Silent Auction.

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In Studio
1:37 pm
Sat December 27, 2014

Robert Earl Keen's road takes him to KSUT

Robert Earl Keen at the KSUT studios, July 22, 2014.

Robert Earl Keen brought his The Road Still Goes on Forever Tour to Durango's Animas City Theatre in July. The sold-out show featured songs from his three decade career.

Keen also stopped by the KSUT studios to chat and play a few songs on air.

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