• Substitute Jazz Host

    Beginning about 1957, I recall the Pop, R&B, and jazz radio from Philadelphia and Wilmington. Aside from absorbing that richness, a "side trip" to the Caribbean, Africa, and India while serving in the Navy rounded out my musical world. For...

  • Host, La Raza Rocks
  • Host, InDigitNess Voice

    Richard Two Elk began his career in public radio in Berkeley, CA helping with a Native American radio program on KPFA-Pacifica in 1977.

    In the fall of 1978, Richard returned to Boulder, CO where he helped Native American students develop...

  • Host, Jazz with Rodney Franks

    A native of Milwaukee, Rodney inherited his passion for jazz from his father, who kept music alive in the house.

    Rodney made his way to Denver via KCUR in Kansas City in 1991 and worked for sports talk station with KUVO’s

  • Co-Host, R&B Jukebox

    Rolando Garcia says he was bitten by the radio bug at the age of sixteen when he began broadcasting bilingual headline news for the small country-western AM station in his hometown of Douglas, AZ. He hosted a live daily 4-hour rock and roll...