what a day! new station coming on-air

Yesterday morning (Wed) I started this post about how The Colorado Sound Live365 works … I did not have time to finish.  Had to take the dog to vet for her checkup .. then had to take car to mechanic to have something fixed in order to sell it.  At 11:30 I met one of the nicest human beings … just been in Denver a week, stationed with the Navy at Buckley.  Drives a bad-ass Camero SS.  He needed a second car.  We hung out nearly all day as we were doing the deal, and talking about the world.

I came home to find that beginning May 7 folks in SW Colorado will be able to hear The Colorado Sound on the following frequencies thanks to KSUT (Durango).  The show will initially air on Thursday nights from 10-midnight with the possibility of moving it to a “more prominent time” later in the summer according to the email I received.

90.1 FM – Durango & La Plata County
89.3 FM – Central Durango
88.1 FM – Farmington & northwest New Mexico
88.1 FM – Pagosa Springs
100.1 FM – Cortez, Mancos & Montezuma County
91.9 FM – Dolores
91.1 FM – Silverton

Online at www.ksut.org and on iTunes Radio.

So beginning MAY 7 these are the FM frequencies that folks can dial into where they can hear The Colorado Sound.  Some carry both hours, some carry only Hour 2, bringing the total frequency-hours broadcast to 56 per week.  Now THAT’s some coverage.

  1. Aspen 88.3
  2. Basalt / Redstone 88.5
  3. Boulder 102.7
  4. Breckenridge 90.7
  5. Buena Vista 89.9
  6. Carbondale / Glenwood 88.1
  7. Central Durango 89.3
  8. Cortez, Mancos & Montezuma County 100.1
  9. Denver/Golden 91.7
  10. Dillon 88.1
  11. Dolores – 91.9
  12. Down Valley 5
  13. Durango & La Plata County – 90.1
  14. Eagle Valley 99.7
  15. Estes Park 90.7
  16. Farmington & northwest New Mexico 88.1
  17. Front Range (Denver, Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont) 91.5
  18. Grand County 91.9
  19. Haxtun/Holyoke 90.5
  20. Julesburg/Ovid 89.1
  21. Leadville 91.7
  22. Leadville 93.5
  23. Morgan County 96.7
  24. North Park 90.7
  25. Northern Colorado (Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland) 88.9
  26. Northern Colorado (Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland) 94.9
  27. Norwood 89.5
  28. Pagosa Springs 88.1
  29. Salida 89.9
  30. Silverton 91.1
  31. Steamboat Springs 88.5
  32. Sterling 90.3
  33. Telluride/Orphir 89.3/91.7
  34. Thomasville 94.9
  35. Vail 90.9
  36. Westcliffe/Wet Mountain Valley 95.9
  37. Wray 93.5
  38. Yuma 88.3

Oh yeah, these are the top 15 songs heard in the past month on The Colorado Sound Live365 … in case you’ve been missing it lately.  List is alpha.

Acoustic JunctionEvery Heart – Strange Days
Calder’s RevolversI Gotta Know – Sunday Morning
Drew SchofieldBreak It Down – 150 Million (-1) – EP
Fierce Bad RabbitCrystal Ball – Living Asleep
Gregory Alan IsakovSaint Valentine – The Weatherman
Lionel Young BandSomethin’ ‘Bout A Rumba – On Our Way To Memphis
Motet123 – Motet
Nathaniel RateliffNothing to Show For – Falling Faster Than You Can Run
Pandas & PeopleOut To Sea – SpokesBUZZ Volume V: Band Together
P-NuckleThe System – The System
Richie FurayWe Were the Dreamers – Hand in Hand
The Apples In StereoNobody But You – Travellers In Space And Time
The InformantsSalvation – Crime Scene Queen
The SamplesClose To The Fires – The Samples
Yo, Flaco!Nice Guys – The Skinny
Yonder Mountain String BandCriminal – The Show

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