The Colorado Sound S7/EP05 Feb 2013 + Video of the Week.

chris k july 2010Every week I receive a fairly large amount of new music to evaluate for the show.  I’d say most of what I get makes it on-air at least once.  I don’t know if that’s because I’m only receiving the cream of the crop, or if we’ve just become that good in Colorado.  I like to think it’s a bit of both.

I’m often found cruising Facebook, scanning for items of information I can use in the news and notes section of the show, or just information about artists in general to talk about.  Recently, I saw a post for a show that got my attention, not because of the headliner, but because I mistook the message and thought a different band was having a cd release party… whereupon I immediately contacted that band about their new cd.  Of course, to my chagrin, I discovered I had made a mistake.  I was subsequently turned onto a new artist … whose cd release party it really was … and was told that she’d done very well on YouTube, with 24,081 subscribers and 2,399,645 video views, and that she sells out the rare show she does locally.  So, with that background – may I please introduce to you Miss Elise Lieberth with our video of the week selection.  

PLAYLIST S7/EP05 Feb 2013

(D) = album debut
(N) = new song debut

Dianne Reeves “Afro Blue (Live)” from The Best of Dianne Reeves (2000)
Wendy Woo “Wide Awake and Dreaming” from Wide Awake and Dreaming (1999)
Beats Noir! “Where the Sun Goes Down” from Where the Sun Goes Down (2013)
Tyler Ward “The Way We Are” from Hello. Love. Heartbreak (2012)
The Fray “Over My Head (Cable Car)” from How to Save A Life (2005)
Dan Treanor’s Afrosippi Band featuring Erica Brown “Tangled Road” from Tangled Road (2012)
(D) Ryan Chrys “The Road Never Ends” from A Lick & A Promise (2013)
Hickman-Dalton Gang “Construction Man” from Hickman-Dalton Gang Vol. II (2011)
You Me and Apollo “Oh My Molly” from You Me and Apollo (2012)
(D) A Boy and His Kite “You Want It, You Got It” from A Boy and His Kite (2012)
(N) Carmelita’s Lovers “Need to Know” from Ghosts of Our Former Selves (2013)
Moetones “Roadhouse” from Lowbrow (2012)
Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra “Beauty and the Beast” from Sharks And Manatees (2012)
Chris Daniels & the Kings “Congo Square” from Live Wired! (1995)
Leftover Salmon “Dance On Your Head” from The Nashville Sessions (1999)
(N) John William Davis “Same Old Devil” from Dead Simple, Vol. 1: You Talk Funny (2013)
Sofie Reed “Leaving This Morning” from Simplicity Chased Trouble Away (2012)
(D) Bad Brad & the Fat Cats “Thunder On The Mountain” from Eyes on the Prize (2013)
(D) Catch Bees “Brevity” from Narratives from a Factory Town (2013)
(D) Jeremy Dion “Desperate Mama” from Golden Some Day (2013)
(D) Josh Dillard “Dandelion Clocks” from The Whale & the Sea (2011)
The Jekylls “You’re Probably Right” from The Sweet Factory (2012)
Ten Pound Elephant “Talk to Me” from Ten Pound Elephant (2012)
Whiskey Blanket “Rule the Roost” from No Object (2010)
(D) gogoLab “Tumbleweeds” from Border Patrol (2013)

The Colorado Sound – V4 EP18 2012

Video – it’s the way things are done.  In a CNBC special on The Future of TV we learn that the lines between traditional television and internet television have blurred – and that changes in the next ten years will greatly overshadow changes made over the previous 25 years.  At a local level, video and radio will merge — more and more radio will ustream video along with audio content.

Talent advisers, agencies, and buyers will increasingly rely on video instead of audio demos as a way to vet acts for festivals, muni-events, private events, and other gigs – and as a means of promoting the event itself.  People want to SEE what they’re getting as well as HEAR what they’re getting.  TASTE, TOUCH, and SMELL come next… but that’s really in the future.  3-D hologram tv and video is not too far off however.

I launched a video channel under The Colorado Sound banner over at YouTube –  I attempted to embed the entire thing here, but no go …. so here’s a couple of featured videos from this week’s youtube channel rotation …

Zach Heckendorf has fast become one of our rising stars in Colorado, since he graduated high school in 2011 (?) and had his debut produced by Brett Dennen.  He’s on his way to “all the right places,” according to Ricardo Baca at the Denver Post.  “All The Right Places” was shot at various locations around Denver and Colorado, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Mile High Stadium, Caribou Ranch Recording Studio, and Union Station.  Zach is the first artist to record at Caribou Ranch since it burned down in 1985.  Zach opens for Michael Franti & Spearhead at Red Rocks on June 8.  

I started off the show this week, as I have every week the past couple of months, with a nod to a Colorado legend, who many people don’t know lived here from the 70s until his passing in 2007 … Dan Fogelberg originally came to Colorado along with some pals like Glen Frye and Don Henley – who were working out the Eagles in Aspen in the early 70s.  Dan didn’t care for Aspen – too busy and too much partying apparently.  He wound up buying Chris Hillman’s (The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Bros., Manassas, The Desert Rose Band) place in Nederland.  In 1980, he bought land in Pagosa Springs.  He built a ranch and recording studio and moved there permanently in 1982.

Dan Fogelberg “As The Raven Flies” from Souvenirs (1974)

Nathen Maxwell & the Original Bunny Gang “Stick To My Guns” from White Rabbit (2010)
(N) Rob Drabkin “Graceland” from Rob Drabkin Live {1-19-12 Bluebird Theater} (2012)
Megan Burtt “It Ain’t Love” from It Ain’t Love (2010)
(N) In The Whale “Heels” from Cake (2012)
(N) Megan Redmond “Crazy Daisies” from Dreamland (2012)
John Denver “Paradise” from Rocky Mountain High (1972)
Finnders and Youngberg “Driftwood” from FY5 (2011)
Rob Roper “Me” from Misfit (2011)
Coles Whalen “Beautiful Without Me” from I Wrote This for You (2012)
Monroe Monroe “Adore” from Hello Moon (2011)
Dressy Bessy “Who’d Stop The Rain” from Electrified (2005)
(N) Tennis “Robin” from Young and Old (2012)
Keith Oxman “All Dudes” from Doing All Right (2009)

In the second hour of this week’s show, I began with 2 original Colorado legendary acts – Leftover Salmon, formed in 1990 by merging Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt’s respective projects at the time …and Otis Taylor, who’s history runs deep and includes time spent with Zephyr.  Otis is today considered one of the most original and unique bluesmen in the country – a unique approach that is just now beginning to influence a new generation of blues artists here and around the world.

(N) Leftover Salmon “Bayou Town” from Aquatic Hitchhiker (2012)
Otis Taylor “Hands On Your Stomach” from Respect The Dead (2001)

The Lovely & Talented “Angelitos” from The New American Fable (2010)
The Congress “Distance” from Whatever You Want (2012)
Mama Lenny & the Remedy “Not A Girl To Keep” from Punches & Hugs (2012)
Robert Marcey & Familyman Barrett “Love Grows” from Wailin for Justice (2010)
Zach Heckendorf “Tye Dye March” from The Cool Down (2011)
Rose Hill Drive “Telepathic” from Americana (2011)
(N) Danielle Ate the Sandwich “Pet Store” from Things People Do (2009)
Houses “Me & Mr. Kelly” from Summer (2009)
(D) Joe Sampson “Moon Up Above” from Kill Our Friends (2012)
Bare Bones “Come In/Stay Out” from Bare Bones (2011)
H2 Big Band “Blue Brews” from You’re It! (2011)

The Colorado Sound – V4 EP10 2012

Ok, so I like keep telling folks – if it ain’t from Colorado I don’t know jack — so how was I supposed to know that the new Big Head & the Monsters “Sexy and I Know It” is a cover of the LFMAO track?   Huh?  Well?  If it ain’t from Colorado I don’t know it … (with extremely few exceptions).    I had to go to youtube to check out the LFMAO version (also finding Todd’s solo version … see below).  Can’t say as I care much for LFMAO’s version, but then I’m not a Venus beach type anyway — give me some “303” – speaking of which, Broken Tongues is representin’ – check out their intro video below … … Todd’s version of the song is much better IMO LOL.

I had one very great nearly three hour hang over a couple pints of Irish ale with Katie Glassman this week … after doing sound for her trio last week I became enthralled with the uniqueness of her voice – vocally and musically.  Turns out that before Sir Paul McCartney did his swing album, Katie had envisioned doing one of her own, complete with five songs that ultimately appeared on Paul’s disc … so, she does the Beatles classic Honey Pie and would love to get it to Sir Paul.  Anyone got his number?  If so, please pass it along to Katie.

Katie’s Snapshot gets my nod for featured album of the month on the Colorado Sound.  John Macy at Silo along with friends like bassist Eric Thorin who arranged / co-arranged four of the tracks, and an all-star band that includes keyboardist Eric Moon and E-tones drummer Christian Teele as well as over a dozen other world class session players and award winners  make it one seriously fun record … especially if you’re into Texas country-swing-jazz with a dollup of airy indie-pop cuteness drizzled throughout Katie’s vocal stylization.

The Lumineers is counted as a debut this week – although I’ve had this particular track for several weeks now, Dualtone just sent the album out – and it’s picking up mad adds at stations around the state, including  KBCO (Boulder), KFMU (Steamboat), KSMT (Breckenridge), KSPN (Aspen), and KYSL (Breckenridge) – making it a sure shot for a #1 Out of the Box (OTB) DEBUT for the month.

And just because it’s too much fun, I included the newly released video from the Hickman-Dalton Gang in this week’s post … ’bout one of the best country videos I’ve seen come out of CO the past couple of years… it forces at least a big grin and some foot stompin. … lay that one in next to Gary Bragg’s hilarious Free Range video

Here’s what got played on this week’s show.

Slim Cessna’s Auto Club “This Is How We Do It in the Country” from Blovdy Tenent Trvth Peace (2004)
(D) Chimney Choir “ace of spades” from (ladder) (2012)
Juno What?! “You Can’t Stop It” from Shameless (2011)
Tommy Metz “Dreams Will Collide” from The Blossom Frontier (2010)
Electric Swingset “Inebriated Witch Doctor” from Inebriated Witchdoctor (1996)
(D) Rebel Tongue “Lose Hope” from Movin’ On (2012)
Coles Whalen “Wrecking Ball” from I Wrote This for You (2012)
Kelly J “I Didn’t” from It’s A Jungle Out There (2007)
After Midnight Jazz Band “Hit That Jive, Jack” from Hit That Jive, Jack (2012)
(D) Overcasters “Moonshift” from Curses/Prayers (2012)
El Toro de la Muerte “Things In My Head” from Dancer These Days (2011)
Carmen Sandim Sextet “Sampa” from Brand New (2011)
The Apples in Stereo “Same Old Drag” from New Magnetic Wonder (2007)
Pretty Lights “Future Blind” from Making Up a Changing Mind (2010)
(D) The Lumineers “Ho Hey” from The Lumineers (2012)

(N) Broken Tongues “The Way” from Crooked Skyline (2012)

Selasee Atiase “Pray for Me” from African Gate (2010)
Railbenders “Sweet Caroline” from Segundo (2003)
(N) Hickman Dalton Gang “Construction Man” from Vol. II (2011)

Lionel Young Band “Blues & Boogie Woogie” from On Our Way to Memphis (2011)
(D) Big Head Todd & the Monsters  “Sexy and I Know It” [single] (2012) – The cut I played on the show is a full band version that BTHM keyboardist and local producer/engineer (Hickman Dalton Gang among others) sent to me .. that he described to me as having been worked on in many different places out on the road this winter.  The video is Todd rockin it solo.

(N) Katie Glassman “Honey Pie” from Snapshot (2012)
The Swayback “Lost Lake Woods Club” from Double Four Time (2012)
Soul Merchants “Crowns of Glory” from Soul Merchants (2007)
(N) Varlet “In My Pocket” from The Drifter (2012)
Jim Stranahan “Caliente” from Free For All (2010)

The Colorado Sound – Vol 4 EP 9

(D) = album debut   (N) = new track from album debuted

Drew Emmitt “Take The Long Way Home” from Long Road (2008)
(N) Otis Taylor “I Can See You’re Lying” from Otis Taylor’s Contraband (2012)
Love.45 “Release Me” from Into The Ether (2009)
The Lovely & Talented “Subbacultcha” from The New American Fable (2010)
The Longest Day Of The Year “Took All Winter” from Turn Into the Ground (2012)
(N) Tennis “My Better Self” from Young and Old (2012)
Petals of Spain “You Had Me From the Start” from Late Night Visitor (2011)
(D) Broken Tongues “Does Hip Hop Remember the Jazz?” from Crooked Skyline (2012) (D) Blender Cats “Somethin’s Gotta Give” from Just Like This (2012)(N) Harry Tuft & Friends “Treasures Untold” from Treasures Untold (2011)
Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore “New Boots” from Saints & Sinners (2010)
(D) Josh Quinlan Quintet “Playa Negra” from Mountain Time Standards (2011)String Cheese Incident “Outside and Inside” from Outside Inside (2001)
The Broken Everlys “The Mighty Quinn” from Stoned In Juarez (2010)
(N) Katie Glassman “Snapshot” from Snapshot (2012)
Halden Wofford & the Hi Beams “Just Don’t Care” from Live @ Hodis (2012)
Turn 4 “Sante Fe Breakdown” from What You Do About It (2011)
(D) Mr. Anonymous “Rockin’ an Swing” from Champion Sound (2012) … featuring Ranking Roger  (English Beat) and Ranking Jr. Sherri Jackson “Maple Tree” from Sherri Jackson (1997)
(D) Bad Weather California “I’ll Reach Out My Hand” from Sunkissed (2012)
(N) The Swayback “Double Four Time” from Double Four Time (2012)
(D) Ronnie Shellist “Trust Is Gone” from ’til Then (2012)Jeff Finlin “Jesus Was A Motorcycle Man” from Ballad Of A Plain Man (2008)
Andrew Vogt “Groomzilla” from Cats Afoot (2010)

News, Notes & Spins – October 1, 2011

Can you believe it’s October already?  In all of about the next 60 days (from Oct 1) we’ll be asking what your favorite titles are from the past year … and I’ll post the year end charts; that of course at the end of the year – but to do that means a month of work in advance…. And a lot of reviewing for those who might be a bit behind in listening to what’s up in Colorado in 2011.  It will be interesting to see what titles our on-air programmers and others pick as their favorites / most played of 2011.

Plenty of radio news this month, including two NEW “radio” stations on the horizon, one AM based and one Internet based.  I got the chance to sit and talk to Mike Flanagan, the new program director for OpenAir 1340, set to launch Oct 31.  Mike’s planning a unique mix of contemporary music, buffered with in studio performances and interviews with both Colorado acts and acts performing in Colorado.  In-studio sessions coming up from the likes of Candy Claws and others are apparently already set up and ready to go.

I have to give a HUGE thumbs up to the CPR (Colorado Public Radio) performance/recording studio; it is truly a world class facility, geared to a very high standard of sound, recording capabilities, and contemporary aesthetics.

Also taking place – Former Indie 101.5 music director John “Whip” Wilbur and ex-Lipglosser Tyler Jacobson have teamed up to launch, featuring contemporary indie and alternative music not heard on most commercial stations, with a heavy dose of Colorado music mixed in.  Could Dave Herrera be willing to reprise his old local music show?  Hmmm….

In either case, we can expect to find more Colorado music of all varieties on the air in the near future along the Front Range and online.

Danielle Hastings has joined the KRFC staff as the new Fund Development Specialist. Danielle’s known in Fort Collins for her work with FoCoMA (Fort Collins Musicians Association) and Bohemian Nights at New West Fest. Danielle is a very passionate supporter of Colorado music and KRFC’s new more Colorado focused format.  Her primary responsibility this fall will be to develop the KRFC underwriting program and sponsorships and she will be playing a big role in creating more community connections and shaping the future of Development and fund raising at KRFC.

KGNU’s 33 1/3 birthday is coming up.  They’ll have a vinyl celebration on Monday 10/17, during their next membership drive, 10/12-10/22

KRCC presents a live broadcast of Garrison Keillor’s A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION Saturday, October 29 at the Colorado Springs World Arena.  Doors open at 2:45pm with showtime beginning promptly at 3:45pm

If you plan on trying to reach KDNK asst. music director Lynette O’Kane from now til Nov, you’re SOL LOL … she’s off on a five wk vaca in Morocco, Spain & France.  Hmmmm … I wonder how many times she’s been asked if there’s extra space in those travel trunks … ALSO at KDNK — news reporter Mat Katz has moved on to another job in New York. Ed Williams is on board.

Here’s the charts …

TOP 40 ALBUM SPINS – September 2011
(133 titles reported played / 317 titles tracked)
(LM) TM / [date added]
(D) = debut, first time on chart)
(R) = re-entered chart)

(3) 1. Spring Creek – Hold On Me (self) Bluegrass [Jul-11]
(2) 2. Finnders & Youngberg – FY5 (self) Bluegrass [Apr-11]
(D) 3. Driftwood Fire – How To Untangle A Heartache (self) Folk [Aug-11]
(17) 4. The Haunted Windchimes – Live at the Western Jubilee (Blank Tape) Americana [May-11]
(D) 5. Bare Bones – Bare Bones (self) Rock/Folk [Sep-11]
(D) 6. Cary Morin – Sing It Louder (Music Maker) Blues [Aug-11]
(R) 6. Halden Wofford & the Hi Beams – Sinners & Saints (self) Americana/alternative country-rock [Aug-10]
(21) 7. The Patti Fiasco – The Patti Fiasco (self) Rock/alternative country-rock [Jul-11]
(20) 8. Jim Stranahan – Free For All (Capri Records) Jazz [Apr-11]
(R) 8. Brad Goode – Tight Like This (Delmark) Jazz [Sep-10]
(7) 8. Jami Lunde – Big Black Birds (self) Americana/folk-rock [Jun-11]
(D) 8. The Raven and the Writing Desk – Bonedale (self) Rock/adult alternative [Sep-11]
(R) 8. The Whiskey Bottles – Ain’t No Crime (self) Americana/alternative country-rock [Apr-11]
(D) 9. El Toro De La Muerte – Dancer These Days (self) Rock [Aug-11]
(D) 10. Petals of Spain – Late Night Visitor (self) Funk/R&B/Soul [Sep-11]
(8) 11. Cassie Taylor – Blue (Hypertension) Blues/R&B/Rock [Aug-11]
(D) 12. 3 Twins Broadband – 3 Twins Broadband (Cook Music Group) Americana [Aug-11]
(R) 13. Adam Bodine Trio – Up ‘N Hear (self) Jazz [Jul-11]
(24) 14. Lionel Young Band – On Our Way to Memphis (self) Blues [Aug-11]
(24) 15. Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Big Head Blues Club: 100 Years of Robert Johnson (Ryko) Blues [Jan-11]
(24) 15. Fierce Bad Rabbit – Spools of Thread (self) Rock/alternative/indie [Sep-10]
(4) 15. John Common and Blinding Flashes of Light – Beautiful Empty (Free School) Rock/adult alternative [re-entry Apr-11]
(24) 16. Musketeer Gripweed – Dyin’ Day (self) Rock/blues-rock [Sep-10]
(R) 16. The Hickman-Dalton Gang – The Hickman-Dalton Gang Vol II (self) Americana/alternative country-rock [Jun-11]
(D) 17. Andy Palmer – Sometime Around (self) Rock/adult alternative [Sep-11]
(D) 17. SHEL – When the Dragon Came Down (Moraine Music Group) Folk/Pop [Sep-11]
(12) 17. Wendy Woo Band – Austerity (Woomusic) Rock/adult contemporary pop [Jun-11]
(4) 17. Zach Heckendorf – The Cool Down (self) Rock/acoustic pop rock [Jul-11]
(1) 18. Devotchka – 100 Lovers (Anti-) Rock/adult alternative [Dec-10]
(R) 18. Katey Laurel – From Here (Roaring Twenties Records) Americana/folk-rock [Jan-11]
(R) 18. My Body Sings Electric – Step Into the Light (self) Rock/modern alternative [Jan-11]
(D) 18. Petals of Spain – Lady Luck (single) (self) Funk/R&B/Soul [Sep-11]
(D) 19. Snake Rattle Rattle Snake – Sineater (Greater Than Collective) Rock/indie-alternative [Sep-11]
(R) 19. Whiskey Blanket – No Object (self) Hip-Hop/adult-progressive [Dec-10]
(R) 20. Jeff Brinkman – To the Bones (Devonshire Records) Rock/adult alternative [Jul-10]
(R) 20. Jim McTurnan & The Kids That Killed The Man – Joie De Vivre (self) Pop/indie-alternative [May-11]
(5) 20. Paper Bird – Carry On (Long Spoon) Americana/folk [Jul-11]
(D) 20. Roniit – Roniit (self) Pop/dark-electro [Sep-11]
(11) 20. The Dirty Lookers – Audio Voyeur (self) Rock/garage [Aug-11]
(R) 21. Kevin Dooley – Moonlight Highway (self) Americana/country-folk [Jun-11]

Fell Out of Top 40 – September
(6) Gabrielle Louise – Mirror the Branches
(8) Elephant Revival – Break in the Clouds
(8) H2 Big Band – You’re It!
(9) Kim Jones – Lucky Girl
(10). The Holler! – Gratitude
(11) Pat Murphy – The Paul Howard Project
(12) Dotsero – Storyhouse
(13) Justin Roth – Now You Know
(14) Carmen Sandim Sextet – Brand New
(15) Fox Street Allstars – Welcome to the Mighty Pleasin’
(16) Rose Hill Drive – Americana
(17) Fingers of the Sun – Fingers of the Sun
(18) Danielle Ate the Sandwich – Two Bedroom Apartment
(18) Gary Bragg – High Plains Storm
(18) White Water Ramble – All Night Drive
(19) Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Rocksteady
(19) Houses – Winter
(19) John Oates – Mississippi Mile
(19) the Still City – Brittle Bones
(20) Grant Gordy – Grant Gordy
(21) The Chain Gang of 1974 – Wayward Fire
(22) Nathaniel Rateliff – In Memory of Loss
(23) Stray Grass – Written in the Stars
(24) John-Alex Mason – Jook Joint Thunderclap
(24) Jonny Barber & the Living Deads – Jonny Barber & the Living Deads

Added – September
Andy Palmer – Sometime Around
Andy Thorn – Fire In the Sky
Bare Bones – Bare Bones
Big Jim Adam & John Stilwagen – Tippy’s Barn
Breathe Carolina – Hell Is What You Make It
Ian Cooke – Fortitude
Mosey West – Vaca Money
Papa Juke – Out of the Blues
Pikes – Pikes
Popcult – Popcult EP
Dawson James – Plaid Shirt Livin’
Dubskin – Release from Fear
Eric Shiveley – Crybaby (single)
Honey Gitters – Poor Gitters’ Almanack
Lizzie Huffman – Pretty Old Soul
Mark’s Midnight Carnival – Mark’s Midnight Carnival
Melissa Axel – love * humanity * metamorphosis
Petals of Spain – Late Night Visitor
Petals of Spain – Lady Luck (single)
Roniit – Roniit
Saints – Dark Country (single)
SHEL – When the Dragon Came Down
Snake Rattle Rattle Snake – Sineater
The Don’ts and Be Carefuls – Sun Hits
The Raven and the Writing Desk – Bonedale
Tommy & the Tangerines – Main Squeeze

No Report this month = KGNU (Boulder), KBUT (Crested Butte), KCSU (Fort Collins)

KAFM (Grand Junction)
1. Driftwood Fire – How To Untangle A Heartache
1. The Whiskey Bottles – Ain’t No Crime
2. Elephant Revival – Break in the Clouds
3. Finnders & Youngberg – FY5
4. Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Big Head Blues Club: 100 Years of Robert Johnson

KDNK (Carbondale)
1. Halden Wofford & the Hi Beams – Sinners & Saints
2. Beth Quist – New Moon
2. John Common and Blinding Flashes of Light – Beautiful Empty
2. Spring Creek – Hold On Me
3. Andy Palmer – Sometime Around

KRCC (Colorado Springs)
1. The Chain Gang of 1974 – Wayward Fire
2. El Toro De La Muerte – Dancer These Days
2. Tennis – Cape Dory
3. Grant Sabin – The Homesick EP
3. Jami Lunde – Big Black Birds

KRFC (Fort Collins)
1. The Patti Fiasco – The Patti Fiasco
2. Cary Morin – Sing It Louder
3. Musketeer Gripweed – Dyin’ Day
4. Devotchka – 100 Lovers
4. John Common and Blinding Flashes of Light – Beautiful Empty

KUNC (Greeley)
1. Wendy Woo Band – Austerity
1. Zach Heckendorf – The Cool Down
2. Driftwood Fire – How To Untangle A Heartache
3. Justin Roth – Now You Know
4. SHEL – When the Dragon Came Down

KUVO (Denver)
1. Judy Wexler – Under A Painted Sky
2. Jim Stranahan – Free For All
3. Adam Bodine Trio – Up ‘N Hear
3. Andrew Vogt – Cats Afoot
3. Brad Goode – Tight Like This

KVNF (Paonia)
1. Paper Bird – Carry On
1. Spring Creek – Hold On Me
2. Finnders & Youngberg – FY5
3. The Haunted Windchimes – Live at the Western Jubilee
4. Big Head Todd and the Monsters – Big Head Blues Club: 100 Years of Robert Johnson

The Colorado Sound
1. Lionel Young Band – On Our Way to Memphis
2. The Haunted Windchimes – Live at the Western Jubilee
3. Bare Bones – Bare Bones
3. Driftwood Fire – How to Untangle a Heartache
4. Jami Lunde – Big Black Birds

MISC. (includes specialty shows on The Mountain, KTCL & Radio 1190)
1. The Don’ts and Be Carefuls – Sun Hits
2. Popcult – Popcult EP
2. Snake Rattle Rattle Snake – Sineater
3. Bare Bones – Bare Bones
3. Bop Skizzum – Beauty Queen

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