In Studio

In Studio

photo by Tony Demin

One of Yahoo Music's "Top 10 Bands to Watch in 2017", The Accidentals, join KSUT live on the radio, Friday morning 9/1, at 10:06, prior to their performance at the Four Corners Folk Festival this weekend. 

Singer-Songwriter Daphne Willis will join Tami Graham, Wednesday afternoon for some live music and conversation on KSUT at 2:06 PM. Willis performs that evening at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. 

Collaborating across multiple genres ranging from roots-rock to pop to hip hop and electronic dance music, Daphne Willis has proven difficult to classify. 

The New York based band 'The Big Takeover' will play a KSUT Session at 2:06 p.m. on Friday, August 11 prior to their Balcony Backstage performance that evening. With Jamaican born and raised NeeNee Rushie as a memorable front woman, the band features a horn section, bass and drums.

They mix ska, reggae and pop music and have a great reputation for their live shows. Join us on Friday, Aug. 11 for The Big Takeover with host Susie B on KSUT Public Radio.

KSUT will host the The Iguanas live on the radio Friday, 8/4 at 11:06 AM, before their performance at our Party in the Park that evening. Tune-in for a preview and a great in-studio with The Iguanas!

 KSUT will host New Zealand's Uke duo Jack N' Jel and Austin's Kevin Carroll, Friday morning (7/7) at 10:30.  All three are presenters at the Rocky Mountain UkeFest, taking place this weekend in Durango.

Tucson-based Run Boy Run, will join Jim Belcher for an in-studio session on Friday 6/16, at 10 AM, following their 'Concert Hall at the Park' show on Thursday evening.

The 5-piece sibling stringband features strong female voices - singing separately and in harmony - and a familial connection to traditional American music.

Fiddle player and singer Luke Bulla will drop by the station for a KSUT Session at 10:30 a.m. Friday prior to his performance that afternoon at the 12th annual Pagosa Folk'n Bluegrass Festival. Luke will join Jim Belcher during the Friday Morning Blend for a live performance and interview. Then catch Luke live on Reservoir Hill at 5:45 p.m. that afternoon.

Tinsley Ellis will join us for an in-studio session this Wednesday, May 24 on KSUT at approximately 2:00 PM.  Ellis will be in town for a performance of his Grateful Dead - themed show "Blues Is Dead", at 7:30 p.m. at the Henry Strater Theatre.  

Bluegrass champs Chatham County Line will join us for a KSUT Session at 1:06 p.m. Wednesday, May 10. They'll be playing the Community Concert Hall that evening, with the Badly Bent opening the show.

Don't miss Chatham County Line in a KSUT Session at 1:06 p.m. this Wednesday, with host Tami Graham.

Anne Hamersky

The Kathy Kallick Band, one of the headliners for this weekend's Durango Bluegrass Meltdown (4/21-23), will join KSUT for some live music and conversation on Friday afternoon at 2:06 PM.

The west coast band is known for their powerful mixture of original and classic material, and their distinctive combination of traditional and contemporary bluegrass. 

Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore will be joining Chris Aaland for an in-studio interview and performance today (3/22) at 2:06 on the radio. Tune-in to hear these two legendary Americana artists. Their show is sold out!

Athena Delene Photography

The Nederland, Colorado, quintet Elephant Revival return to the KSUT studios on Tuesday afternoon at 1:06 for some live music and conversation. 

'Yoga Rockstar' Krishna Das to Play KSUT

Oct 19, 2015
John Phaneuf

KD, as he's known to friends, is the world's best-selling artist of call-and-response chant. He'll drop by the KSUT studios Tuesday afternoon for a conversation and short performance.

R. Carlos Nakai to play KSUT

Jul 6, 2015

Native American flute master to drop by our studios Thursday for a live performance and conversation.

Slocan Ramblers to drop by KSUT

Jun 4, 2015

The young Canadian bluegrass band stops our studios tomorrow (June 5) to play live.

Mark Duggan

The award-winning fiddler stopped by KSUT Thursday afternoon for a studio performance and interview.

Bill "Howl-N-Mad" Perry brings his blues to KSUT

Apr 22, 2015
Mark Duggan

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.

Colorado's Elephant Revival returns to KSUT

Mar 30, 2015
Angie Barnes

The Front Range-based quintet stops by KSUT Thursday April 2 for an on-air interview and performance.

Mollie O'Brien and Rich Moore play KSUT

Mar 30, 2015
Mark Duggan

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.

Mark Duggan

Blues Hall of Fame inductee Charlie Musselwhite stopped by the KSUT studios Tuesday afternoon to share a few stories and play some songs.

Leftover Salmon plays live on KSUT

Feb 10, 2015
Tanya Clegg

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.

In studio with Michael Martin Murphey

Jan 13, 2015
Mark Duggan

Singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey, author of songs like "Wildfire" and "Caroline in the Pines," performed live in the KSUT studios on January 16.

Tony Furtado returns to KSUT

Jan 13, 2015
Mark Duggan

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.

Duhks land at KSUT for studio performance

Dec 27, 2014

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.

Robert Earl Keen's road takes him to KSUT

Dec 27, 2014

Robert Earl Keen brought his The Road Still Goes on Forever Tour to Durango's Animas City Theatre in July. The sold-out show featured songs from his three decade career.

Keen also stopped by the KSUT studios to chat and play a few songs on air.

KSUT is thrilled to host The Duhks, live in-studio, Friday (11/7) at 11 AM.  The band performs at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College Thursday evening (11/6) at 7:30.

The Duhks' innovative approach to modern bluegrass music is reminiscent of other great young grassrock bands such as Nickel Creek and Yonder Mountain String Band.

Elephant Revival will join Stasia Lanier in the KSUT studios for a performance and interview at 1:06 p.m. Friday,  just prior to their performance at the Four Corners Folk Festival in Pagosa Springs that night. We love this band, tune-in!

Longtime Four Corners favorite Eliza Gilkyson will join us in the KSUT Studios for a performance and interview at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 7. Eliza's latest CD, "The Nocturne Diaries," came out earlier this year. Following her KSUT performance, the Eliza Gilkyson Trio will appear live at the Mancos Opera House at 7:30 p.m. that same day.

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