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  • Dani Stone from the band South for Winter joins Taya Jae to talk about their latest EP Acoustic Sessions and their upcoming show at the Healthy Rhythm Art Gallery in Montrose on Monday October 3rd at 7:30 PM.
  • Jonathan Foster joins Taya Jae on Talkin' Music to discuss his most recent album Lantern Shade, his New Single The Mountain Echo and his upcoming performance at the Healthy Rhythm Art Gallery in Montrose on Saturday September 10th at 7:30 PM. Tickets for Jonathan's show can be found here.
  • Singer Songwriter Carsie Blanton sits down with Ashley Krest, Taya Jae and Michelle Amiott after her performance at Rocky Mountain Folks Fest, 2022 in Lyons Colorado.
  • With a fun and full sound, Dan, Kathleen, Chris and Anh of Twisted Pine bring their eclectic interpretation of Bluegrass, and a whole lot of humor, to the KVNF studio on this weeks Talkin' Music.
  • Alex Mackenzie-Low of the band A-Mac and the Height joins Taya Jae to talk about pushing the envelope of artistic expression, staying positive and using songwriting to bring out the best in people.A-Mac and The Height will be playing at Paonia Cherry Days on Monday July 4th from 7-9 pm. A full list of Cherry Days Events can be found here.
  • Sammy, Taylor and Chloe of Mama Lingua bring their rich harmonies and global sounds to the KVNF studio live on this Weeks Talkin' Music. Tune in to hear these ladies talk about accessing the divine feminine and their belief in music's ability to transcend language and bring us out of our heads and into our hearts.
  • This weeks Talkin' Music features Kris Lager of the Kris Lager Band. Tune in to hear Kris talk about his recent solo album, Blues Lover, how he views music as a tool to express himself and connect with his audiences, and how he looks for the silver lining in order to stay positive.
  • Carly and Laura, the leading ladies of the indie-rock band Foxfeather chat with Taya Jae about being women in the music industry, the people who inspire them and the passion and experiences that fuel their music.
  • Taya Jae interviews Colorado based band The River Arkansas at their recent show in Montrose.