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5:01 pm
Thu January 3, 2013

The Avett Brothers, The Carpenter, Friday feature 1/4

'The Carpenter' is the 2012 album from the critically acclaimed North Carolina Folk-Pop-Rock band The Avett Brothers. Produced by Rick Rubin and recorded in North Carolina and Malibu, the record follows the group's 2009 breakthrough release and celebrated major label debut, I And Love And You. Blending Bluegrass, Folk and Punk with a Rock 'n' Roll attitude, the quintet, led by brothers Seth and Scott Avett, continues to pen poignant and powerful songs on this new release.

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Year End Giving to KSUT
1:05 pm
Mon December 31, 2012

And, here's the winner

iPad 3

Thanks to the generosity of KSUT listeners, 2012 has been another year filled with great music and news, every day.  

With your help we pledge to continue that tradition in 2013.   

The winner of the Year End drawing for the 32 gigabyte Apple iPad 3, with retina display, is Claudia Whitman and Laird Carlson of Mancos, CO. 

And, the winner of the Polk Audio i-Sonic Digital Audio Sound System is Tamara Wiggans Desrosiers of Bluff, UT.

Thanks again to all our members who generously gave, and Happy New Year to all our listeners! 

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News
2:56 pm
Tue December 18, 2012

Wishing you peace, love, and healing

All of us at KSUT continue to grieve over the recent tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

As we reflect on lives lost, and the lives of the ones we love, we try to play our part in honoring their memory and the humanity in all of us.

Please join us in offering love, peace, and thanks to all those who put themselves in harm’s way to keep us safe.  Please continue to connect with your Four Corners Community.

Wishing each of you a happy and safe holiday,

The KSUT Family

Tribal Radio Featured CD
2:05 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

Warscouts, RED CHRISTMAS, December 21st Featured CD

Tribal Radio Featured CD
4:09 pm
Sun November 25, 2012

MADDOG SINGERS, Double Beat Songs of the Crow, 11/30 Featured CD

Recorded at Crow Agency, Montana in August 1999 as a preservation tool.  The MADDOG SINGERS want to ensure the traditional Crow style of singing and dancing continues.  They also want to educate the listener of the origins and proper use of these Double Beat Songs.  To obtain a copy of this and other Native recordings visit www.indianhouse.com    

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Year End Giving to KSUT
12:56 pm
Fri November 16, 2012

Win an iPad or a Digital Audio Sound System

Warm wishes this holiday season, from all of us at KSUT Public Radio.

As we approach the end of the year, we would like to take time to thank our members.

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Tribal Radio Featured CD
2:47 pm
Thu November 15, 2012

INDEGENOUS, Love-In-A-Mist, Nov 16th Tribal Radio Feature CD

Native Blues Band INDIGENOUS "Love-in The-Mist" this week's Featured CD on Tribal Radio, one of the first Albums released by the group.  

News
8:55 am
Thu November 15, 2012

Christmas Tree Permits Now on Sale

DURANGO - Christmas tree permits, which allow you to cut your own holiday tree on National Forest and BLM lands, are now on sale at San Juan Public Lands offices and selected retail outlets in southwestern Colorado. A permit, which costs $8, allows you to cut one tree up to 20 feet tall for personal use. This year’s permits expire December 31, 2012. Permits come with a brochure explaining regulations and helpful tips. National Forest/BLM offices also sell maps and offer free advice on the best areas for tree harvesting, and the best species of tree to cut.

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Music
11:43 am
Wed November 14, 2012

David Byrne & St. Vincent, Love This Giant, feature CD, Friday 11/16

Love This Giant developed like many a New York City-bred friendship. Both parties are kind of hazy about how it began, but after a couple of semi-chance encounters, David Byrne and Annie Clark, who records and performs as St. Vincent, embarked upon a creative dialogue that has flourished over the last three years.


 

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In Studio
10:52 am
Tue November 6, 2012

Max Gomez joins us live in-studio

Taos singer-songwriter Max Gomez stopped by the KSUT studios on Monday (11/5) for some live music and conversation with host Denny Rahilly.

Max Gomez got his start as a working musician at age 15, singing both original music and country and blues classics in bars around his hometown of Taos, NM.  He studied blues artists like Robert Johnson and Big Bill Broonzy, while also learning songs of legendary country/folk writers including Johnny Cash, Townes Van Zandt and Kris Kristofferson. “I’m influenced by the old stuff,” Max admits. “To me, that’s the best music.”

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