talkin music

JT Thomas

Rushad Robert Eggleston is an American composer, wild jazz vocalist, kazoo player & performer, who has toured extensively in 49 states and 15+ countries. Eggleston is known for inventing words, and for his imaginative world called The Land of Sneth. Rushad recently performed at the Ridway Summer Concert Series and stopped by KVNF to chat with Kori Stanton about his musical background and how he envisions his music evolving in the near future.

Kori Stanton

Deliberate Kin is a bluegrass/americana/singer-songwriter duo based out of Kansas. Amanda Jo and Alex have been performing together for many years but recently decided to take their new duo on the road along with their two girls. In this Talkin Music KVNF's Kori Stanton talks with Deliberate Kin before their show at TADA Your Art Space in Delta. The duo talked about their new album Things Happen and debuted their newest single Hard Things in the Bamboo Room.

Special thanks to Jeff Reynolds for engineering this program.

Talkin Music: Ley Line

Jun 29, 2019
Kori Stanton

Austin based multilingual band Ley Line stopped by KVNF to talk with Kori Stanton about their musical journey, how they found each other and also performed a few new singles in the Bamboo Room. 

Special thanks to Jeff Reynolds for engineering this program!

Kori Stanton

Luke Powers is a americana, singer, songwriter and guitar player who is originally from Louisville, Kentucky.  Luke has recently relocated to Paonia, CO and is getting ready to release his newest album “Time to Shine” which features musicians from Sheryl Crow's band and Lynyrd Skynyrd's band.  KVNF’s Kori Stanton spoke to Luke in the station’s Bamboo Room and got a sneak peak of a few pre-releases off his upcoming album.

Kori Stanton

Erica Tucceri is an Australian musician, composer and flutist. Erica spent the month of May at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia focussing on several music projects including interviewing people from the North Fork Valley and she’s also been working on two albums simultaneously. Erica stopped by KVNF to chat with Kori Stanton about her many music projects and also performed an original piece on the flute in the Bamboo Room. Follow along Erica’s musical journey on her website: ericatucceri.com

Kori Stanton

Taylor Scott, Denver based international touring guitarist and singer/songwriter stopped by KVNF to talk with Kori Stanton about his new album All We Have. Taylor performed a couple of songs off his new album and also a prerelease of song he's anticipating will be on his next record. Taylor has toured with Otis Taylor and played alongside the likes of Warren Haynes.

Phil Emerson

Singer-songwriter, Ayla Nereo talks with KVNF DJ Chelsea Bookout about her new album "By The Light of the Dark Moon" and about her first headlining tour. Chelsea met up with Ayla in Boulder after her sold out show at the Fox Theater last month. 

Kori Stanton

American electric blues singer and songwriter Sugaray Rayford stopped by KVNF before his "party" at the Paradise Theater in Paonia. He talked with KVNF's Kori Stanton about his new album Somebody Save Me, his upcoming tour schedule through 2023 and about his musical journey over the last 20 years.

Kori Stanton

Lydia Violet and bandmade/tour manager Jax Lavender stopped by KVNF to perform a few songs and talk about Lydia's Music As Medicine Project. Lydia and friends recently produced a local Spring Family Festival at Blacklight Studios in Paonia. Lydia started her musical journey at three years old when she picked out her first violin. She has toured and performed with Rising Appalachia, Ma Muse, Ayla Nereo and many more.

Kori Stanton

Durango based band Stillhouse Junkies visit KVNF before their show at Remedy in Paonia. Kori Stanton talks with the trio about their new album Hillbilly Poetry and their upcoming schedule including performing at the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown in April.

Kori Stanton

Nashville-based musician Steve Poltz stopped by the KVNF studios to talk with Ali Lightfoot and play some songs from his new album Shine On. Steve clues us in on why track 9 is the misfit on any album and shares stories about an obsession with Rickie Lee Jones and the time his musician-friend Jewel made goths cry.

Elephant Revival's Bonnie Paine discusses the influences for the haunting and beautiful sound of their 2016 release  "Petals,"  and describes the highly collaborative and creative process making the video for the title track.  

This award winning songwriter and master guitarist sat down to chat with Ali Lightfoot before his sold out show at Belly Up in Aspen.

This high energy group whose sound has been tagged “Bayou Americana,” opened up the free concert series in Ridgway Town Park last week.  The New Orleans based band stopped by the KVNF studios to play some music and talk with Ali Lightfoot before their show.

The St. Louis folk trio stopped by the KVNF studio to play some songs and talk with Ali Lightfoot before their show at Revolution Brewery.

Jeneve Rose Mitchell
Laura Palmisano

Crawford resident Jeneve Rose Mitchell sings her heart out and talks about her experience as a semifinalist on the final season of American Idol.

On this episode of Talkin' Music, Elsewhere resident Clay Hamilton plays some music and discusses her two-month stay in Paonia.   

Alicia Rose

Very few musicians of any stripe so personify a musical genre as completely as Tony Furtado embodies Americana roots music. Tony is an evocative and soulful singer, a wide-ranging songwriter and a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist adept on banjo, cello-banjo, slide guitar and baritone ukulele who mixes and matches sounds and styles with the flair of a master chef. (He’s also an accomplished sculptor, but that’s another story.) All of the music of America is in Tony’s music.

Sandy Wilt

After nearly a decade of performing all over the West with their “60s’ infused” rock group The Strolling Scones, Rick Stockton, Helen Highwater and Harry Knipe have evolved the band into a more compact unit, simply called The Scones. Here the band plays some songs off their latest CD release, "Light in the Forest" and chats with Ali Lightfoot.

Linda Wolf

Ali Lightfoot speaks with photographer Linda Wolf about her new book which chronicles the legendary 1970 Joe Cocker tour. The Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishman Memory Book features over 150 never-before published photographs and intimate quotes.  

For more information about Linda Wolf and to order a copy of the book, visit:  www.lindawolf.net

Singer-songwriter, Noah Cornelius and his band play some music and chat with KVNF's Ali Lightfoot before their show at The Blue Sage in Paonia. 

The Dirty Bourbon River Show is a New Orleans big brass band.   Drawing from a diversity of musical backgrounds – these 6 musicians play a revolving set of instruments to create what they call 'circus rock.'  North Fork musician Jon Hickam and KVNF's Ali Lightfoot spoke with front man Noah Adams,   saxophone player Matt Thomas and vocalist Sandra Love after their show at The Paradise Theater in Paonia.

Jon Hickam, Lazer Kid Kotowich and David Alderdice make up the North Fork band The Grizzly Pears.   They play a mix of New Orleans style street jazz, grinder blues, and cabaret music fresh from western Colorado farm country.  Here,  they talk about the formation of the band and play a few tunes.

Doug Dicharry of The Ben Miller Band  plays every instrument under the sun.   During a typical set he might play drums, mandolin, spoons, trombone, trumpet, and washboard.    KVNF DJs Cyn Holder and Ali Lightfoot chased him down after his performance at Telluride Blues and Brews to find out more about him.

Hillstomp is a blues duo consisting of Henry Hill Kammerer and John Johnson.  Ali Lightfoot and Cyn Holder spoke with Henry before his show at Telluride Blues and Brews. 

Cyn Holder

New Mexico native CW Ayon speaks with Cyn Holder and Ali Lightfoot after his performance at the 2015 Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.  Ayon plays a unique version of  hill country blues on a simple kick-snare, guitar and harmonica set-up.   

Ali Lightfoot  speaks with the winner of the 2015 Telluride Blues Challenge, Isaac Aragon.    Aragon competed against five other finalists at the festival.    Here,  he talks about the experience of  performing in front of 10 thousand people on the main stage.  

KVNF DJ Adam Gall speaks with lead singer Dave Shaw and drummer Andrew Campanelli of the New Orleans-based rock band The Revivalists.   Adam caught up with them back stage after their performance at Telluride Blues and Brews.

Elizabeth Woods Darby

Once a year,  40 or 50 blues dancers descend upon Paonia and other parts of the Western Slope.  Wonder what this new dance phenomenon is all about?   Ali Lightfoot speaks with Jared Tarr,  one of the directors of Aspen Blues Recess to find out about the  movement and the music that inspires it.

We Dream Dawn performs at the KVNF studios.  Front man,  Sage discusses farming, music festivals and new language for the new paradigm with Ali Lightfoot.

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