Perry plays in Cortez this Friday, Aztec on Saturday, and stopped by the KSUT studios for a set and some conversation.
The band headlines the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown this weekend, but will make time to play live at KSUT this Friday at 1:00 p.m.
The North Carolina-based singer, known for his creative mouth imitations of brass instruments, returns to KSUT this Friday for song and conversation.
The Front Range-based quintet stops by KSUT Thursday April 2 for an on-air interview and performance.
The Denver-based songstress continues the latest phase of her career, touring and recording with husband Rich Moore. They stopped at KSUT recently for an interview and live on-air performance.
Blues Hall of Fame inductee Charlie Musselwhite stopped by the KSUT studios Tuesday afternoon to share a few stories and play some songs.
The band celebrated 25 years with a return to Durango for a two-night stand. They also dropped by the KSUT studios recently to play live.
Singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey, author of songs like "Wildfire" and "Caroline in the Pines," performed live in the KSUT studios on January 16.
Award-winning multi-instrumentalist Tony Furtado stopped by the KSUT studios on January 15 for a live performance and interview.
Hours later, he took the stage with his band at Durango's Animas City Theatre.
Furtado is touring in advance of his 17th album, The Bell, due out later this year.
A KSUT favorite, Furtado has played live in our studios several times before, and even appears on one of KSUT's studio performance CDs, Roots & Rhythms.
Canadian band The Duhks played a set at the KSUT studios in early November, the day after a successful appearance at Fort Lewis College's Community Concert Hall.
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