Kenny B

PROGRAM DIRECTOR; MUSIC BLEND PROGRAMMER; PRODUCER & HOST: kūni Náshwa

Ken Brott has been involved with the station for over 26 years in various capacities, including programming, production, management and on-air talent... 

A Colorado native, Ken grew up in the Denver area and began collecting records and mixing music at a young age. His passion for all types of music helped to foster a natural progression to a career in radio and music programming. 

After graduating from high school, Ken headed west to Durango to study at Fort Lewis College and graduated with a B.A. in English-Communications & Broadcasting. While at Fort Lewis, he was a DJ and Production Director at the college radio station, KDUR.

Radio was a natural progression and he began his career at KSUT in 1991 where he's been there ever since, with the exception of a brief hiatus in 1995 and again in 2014. Ken also owns the mobile service, Durango DJ & Audio.

Kenny B can be heard hosting the Morning Blend on Mondays from 9 - noon and also as the host and producer of kūni Náshwa on Fridays from 7 - 9 pm.

KSUT Session: Black Violin

Oct 11, 2017

Black Violin visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Tami Graham.

The Accidentals visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Stasia Lanier.

The Big Takeover visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Susie B.

KSUT Session: Daphne Willis

Oct 11, 2017

Daphne Willis visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Tami Graham

Garrett Lebeau visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Jim Belcher

KSUT Session: Run Boy Run

Oct 11, 2017

Run Boy Run visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Jim Belcher

KSUT Session: Luke Bulla

Oct 11, 2017

Luke Bulla visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Jim Belcher

The Sweetwater String Band visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Rob Rawls

KSUT Session: Tinsley Ellis

Oct 11, 2017

Tinsley Ellis visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Chris Aaland

Chatham County Line visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Tami Graham

The Black Lillies visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Rob Rawls

KSUT Session: Kathy Kallick

Oct 11, 2017

Kathy Kallick and her band visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Suzy B.

Dave Alvin & Jimmy Dale Gilmore visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Chris Aaland.

KSUT Session: Solas

Oct 11, 2017

Solas visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Tami Graham.

Elephant Revival visited the studios of KSUT for some music and conversation with Tami Graham.

New York Times Columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Nicholas Kristof spoke about making a difference one person at a time to a sold out crowd last week in Durango.

Prior to his appearance at Fort Lewis College, Kristof spoke on the phone with KSUT's Tami Graham.

Listen Here:

Tracy Reynolds, Architect / Reynolds Ash + Associates

The Southern Ute Tribe has agreed to match KSUT's capital campaign fund by $1 million for a new broadcast facility and media center. Tribal Council recently approved the all-or-nothing matching fund through Resolution 2017-129, which states that KSUT must also raise $1 million by October 1, 2018.

The Music In The Mountains Classical Music Festival & Conservatory is currently taking place at various venues around Durango through July 30th. The three week festival is now in it's 31st season and will feature 40 events including full orchestra performances, chamber ensembles and more. The "Pandemonium" Festival Orchestra Concert, featuring conductor Guillermo Figueroa and pianist David Korevaar, takes place on Saturday evening (7/22) at 5:30 in the Festival Tent at Purgatory.

Jerry McBride / Durango Herald

The Lightner creek Fire is now 95 percent contained due to the continued hard work of fire crews. The current fire size is at 412 acres. On Sunday, all remaining residents that had been evacuated were allowed to return home.

Our summer program schedule is underway. To celebrate long days and warm nights, we’ve tweaked our late night programming, rearranged some weekend shows and added some mind candy for Friday evening...

Join KSUT for an in-depth listen and look at the Beatles classic album. Saturday evening at 8:00.