Tune in to KSUT at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to hear one of Colorado's favorite young bands, Elephant Revival, live in-studio with Jim Belcher. Last week we featured their new CD 'These Changing Skies', one of our favorites in recent weeks.
The band sold out its show at the Animas City Theatre at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday night, but just added a second, earlier 6 p.m. show (that ends at 7:30). Visit www.animascitytheatre.com for tickets and details.
Since its release stateside in mid-August, Valerie June's Pushin’ Against A Stone, has earned some of the year’s most ecstatic reviews. Produced by Kevin Augunas and Dan Auerbach, the album showcases June's astonishing songwriting and singular sound, a blend of rural roots and country that bridges Alan Lomax's acoustic field recordings with biting, electric indie-blues.
KSUT will feature 'Pushin Against a Stone' Friday, September 27 at noon.
Thanks for your patience with the intermittent audio drop outs on our Four Corners' signal in the last 24 hours. Please note, we will be temporarily off the air as we replace a defective piece of equipment this afternoon. We are cautiously optimistic this will resolve the problem - stay tuned!
Update, 7/30/13, 5:30 PM: Signal interference continues this evening, inconsistent and intermittent, but unfortunately still a problem. Apologies to our listeners, we are still trying to resolve.
The fun and funky Lipbone Redding will join us in-studio Friday morning (7/19) at 11:30 for some percussive vocal antics. He's performing a benefit show for the Daniel Finn Memorial Scholarship Fund with the Stillwater Foundation at Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center in Ignacio Friday afternoon.
The fabulous, and large, Latin band Nosotros will join us live in the cozy KSUT studios on Thursday, 7/11. Be sure to tune-in, right around 1:30 for their high-energy fusion of flamenco, jazz, salsa, and rock. Catch Nosotros live at Durango Mountain Resort as part of the Music in the Mountains Festival Thursday night at 7.
Guy Davis, Shemekia Copeland, Corey Harris, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Taj Mahal join forces for 'True Blues', a collaboration of the most prominent blues musicians currently playing today. Individually and as an ensemble they explore the genre's history from its roots to current day.
The compilation consists of live material recorded at various venues in the U.S., including Jazz At Lincoln Center, The House Of Blues in Los Angeles CA, The Howard Theatre in Washington DC, and Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, MD.