Music programming takes center stage as we welcome 2015 at Four Corners Public Radio. We'll celebrate Dylan's seminal Blood on the Tracks, honor the musicians who passed in 2014, and look back at some of the best Music Blend releases.
Support KSUT with a Business Membership Pledge this month and receive 3 months of announcements free with your year end tax deductible gift. Pledges start at $250 and include on-air announcements, a thank you gift and entry to win an underwriting package, worth $2496. (Drawing will take place during the Spring Drive in 2015.)
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.
We hit it and quit! Thank you to all the fine folks and businesses who pledged their support to KSUT Public Radio during our Fall Membership Drive. Not only did we meet our individual and business membership goals for the year, we exceeded them and we did it two days early!
Thank you to all who pledged to KSUT during the Fall Membership Campaign. Save the date for the KSUT Member Party and Silent Auction, Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Ska Brewing Company.
Elephant Revival will join Stasia Lanier in the KSUT studios for a performance and interview at 1:06 p.m. Friday, just prior to their performance at the Four Corners Folk Festival in Pagosa Springs that night. We love this band, tune-in!
Steep Ravine joins Jim Belcher in the KSUT studios for songs and conversation at 2:30 p.m. Thursday prior to their performance at the Four Corners Folk Festival. You can catch them twice on Reservoir Hill on Friday ... At 2 p.m. Friday to open the festival, and once the Main Stage closes down around 8:30 p.m., when Steep Ravine will play the Late Night Stage.