New York's KJ Denhert brings her special blend of urban folk & jazz to the KSUT studios Tuesday, November 5 at 1 PM. She's performing that night as part of the Pagosa Springs Americana Project at the high school auditorium at 6:30. Tickets will be available at the door.
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.
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.
Don't miss an in-studio visit with our friends from New Orleans, The Iguanas, Friday 6/7 at 11 AM. Their music blends Mexican conjunto, R&B, Latin and Caribbean rhythms, and they've just released a great new CD, 'Sin to Sin'. KSUT's Jim Belcher will host the band. You can also catch them live at the Pagosa Folk & Bluegrass Festival this weekend.
Peter Karp & Sue Foley, along with their band, will join us in-studio for some live music and conversation Friday morning (5/31) at 11. They're in town for the Durango Blues Train this weekend. Tune-in for a lively session!
Join us for a Meltdown warm-up Friday morning at 11, as we welcome 'Bluegrass 101' to the KSUT studios for live music and conversation. Jim Belcher will host Chris Henry (mando), Keith Reed (banjo), Brad Folk (guitar), Mike Bub (bass), and Shad Cobb (fiddle). The Durango Bluegrass Meltdown kicks off Friday at 5 at the Railroad Museum. http://www.durangomeltdown.com/
Taos singer-songwriter Max Gomez stopped by the KSUT studios on Monday (11/5) for some live music and conversation with host Denny Rahilly.
Max Gomez got his start as a working musician at age 15, singing both original music and country and blues classics in bars around his hometown of Taos, NM. He studied blues artists like Robert Johnson and Big Bill Broonzy, while also learning songs of legendary country/folk writers including Johnny Cash, Townes Van Zandt and Kris Kristofferson. “I’m influenced by the old stuff,” Max admits. “To me, that’s the best music.”
The Well Pennies are an indie folk/pop duo consisting of husband and wife team, Bryan & Sarah Vanderpool. With a sound that blends '60s folk, '70s pop and a little Americana, The Well Pennies strive for a vibe that is new and old at the same time; taking influence from Feist, Sufjan Stevens, Iron & Wine and Nickel Creek.
Tune-in for their in-studio on KSUT Thursday (8/30) at 2:30. They're performing at the Four Corners Folk Festival Friday afternoon at 3:30.