Join us Tuesday (4/8) afternoon at 1:30 for an interview with filmmaker Christine Funk about her documentary, "The Tao of Bluegrass: A Portrait of Peter Rowan." The film will be shown at 12 noon Sunday at the Animas City Theatre during the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown.
KSUT and Alpine Bank are proud to present the Alpine Bank Community Matching Fund.
The Alpine Bank Community Matching Fund is for non-profit organizations in La Plata County who wish to get their message out to the tens of thousands of KSUT listeners across the four corners. Organizations can have their underwriting matched dollar for dollar by the fund, thus doubling the impact of their message.
Prior to her performance at the Henry Strater Theatre on Wednesday, March 19, Eilen Jewell will appear live in the KSUT studios at 2 p.m. that same day. Tune in to catch what will surely be a great KSUT/Henry Strater Theatre production later that night! Tickets are available at henrystratertheatre.com and cost $15 in advance and $18 day of show.
Patty Larkin will join us live in the KSUT studios at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, prior to her appearance at the Durango Arts Center later that night. Patty's song, "Wolf at the Door," is a highlight of KSUT Roots & Rhythms Vol. 2, released a decade ago. She's been a favorite of Four Corners folk audiences for decades thanks to her introspective lyrics, lush production and guitar pyrotechnics.
After a 3+ year hiatus, The Badly Bent, winners of the coveted Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition, is reuniting. We invite you to hear them live on KSUT, this Wednesday, February 26 at 2:06 PM following BBC News, as they warm up for their first reunion show at the Henry Strater Theatre Friday night.
Tune in to KSUT during our one-day membership drive - 12 hours of Giving ... And Giving Back - on Wednesday, Dec. 18. The Bar D Wranglers will be our in-studio guests at 2 p.m. Pledge during that hour and you could win tickets to see their holiday show at the Community Concert Hall on Dec. 19. This show sells out every year, and just a few tickets remain.
KSUT lost power to its main transmitter at about 7:00 pm, Wednesday, December 11, 2013. Initial diagnosis is equipment failure due to the sub zero temperatures. KSUT engineers responded and restored the transmission at about 10:00 am, Thursday, December 12. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.
It’s the season to reflect on the past year and take stock of what we value. KSUT’s mission is to be a vibrant local resource that educates, entertains and informs with diverse, quality programs selected and designed for the communities that enrich our lives.