Tune in to KSUT at noon on Friday (Oct. 25) to hear this week's feature CD, Amos Lee's "Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song." For his fifth album, Lee took a different path for the recording; he worked in a new city with a new producer, while, for the first time, he brought his touring band into the studio with him. The 12 songs that resulted — the follow-up to 2011's chart-topping Mission Bell — bring Lee into new sonic territory, while retaining the trenchant impact of the scenes, characters, and stories in his writing.
Congratulations to Karen & James Fischer, who won the VIP passes and camping to next weekend's Telluride Blues & Brews Festival. The Fischers are regular attendees at this event, but have never had the VIP experience. They were so excited that they drove out to the station within a couple of hours of winning to get those hot little tickets into their hands.
Pledge by noon on Friday, Aug. 23 and you could win a VIP package for two to the Four Corners Folk Festival, which features KSUT favorites like John Hiatt, Natalie MacMaster and Darrell Scott over Labor Day Weekend. Patron passes and lodging are included.
If you pledge to KSUT between now and noon on Friday, Aug. 23, you'll automatically be entered into the earlybird drawing for a trip for two to festival. We'll draw on-air that day and you don't need to be listening to win.
One lucky donor in KSUT's fall membership drive will receive win a trip for two to the Austin City Limits Music Festival, including a pair of festival passes, air travel from Durango, four nights lodging in Austin and festival schwag.