Music during COVID

Durango based funk/rock/hip hop/pop band Elder Grown talks with KVNF about writing new music and the summer music scene in Durango, CO. The band's saxophonist, Sam Kelly, speaks with 'Talkin Music' Host, Kori Stanton, about his hopes for the music industry post pandemic.

Click HERE to watch Elder Grown's video for 'I Like You'.

Jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen talks with KVNF from his home in Harlem, New York. Emmet speaks with Kori Stanton via Zoom about his Masters Legacy Series, life in Harlem during COVID-19 and about his experience working with legendary jazz musicians.

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Denver based band Float Like A Buffalo calls into KVNF to talk with Kori Stanton about the band's music, dance moves, and what the future holds for the music industry.

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Denver based Saxophonist Sarah Mount calls into KVNF to talk with Kori Stanton about her music and many collaborations including Sarah Mount and the Rushmores, Sam and Sarah, Minor Music, and The Pamlico Sound whose music is feat

Nikolai Grasaasen

Americana duo, Darling West calls in to KVNF from their home in Oslo, Norway to talk about their recent album "We'll Never Know Unless We Try". Mari and Tor Egil talk with Kori Stanton about several of their songs from their new album and about the affects of the worldwide pandemic. To stay connected to their fans, Darling West has been releasing new videos on their 'Friday Sessions' on their YouTube page every Friday.

Papadosio

KVNF's Kori Stanton talks with electronic-rock band Papadosio about their mushroom themed album 'Microdosio'. Billy and Sam Brouse call in to KVNF from Ashville, North Carolina and talk about the reality of what it's like being touring musicians and releasing an album during the pandemic.

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Musician, producer and music teacher Joel Michael calls in to KVNF via Zoom from his home in Chiang Mi Thailand. Joel talks with Kori Stanton about his new conceptutal EP 'Returning to Leave' which comes out May 29, 2020 and shares several unreleased tracks.