In the Studio

Jazz Caravan with Erik Troe

Nov 1, 2016
Photo by MaryLynn Gillaspie

Jazz Caravan provides peerless music, regular traffic reports, and an outlet for host Erik Troe's otherwise pointless trove of discographic trivia.

Enjoy only the finest in classic and contemporary Jazz, celebrate musician birthdays, learn about upcoming concerts, and spin recordings made today in Jazz history!

Art Scene: Barbara Froula

Oct 31, 2016

ArtScene for November will feature long time Denver artist Barbara Froula. Well known for her watercolor and oil portraits of Denver neighborhoods and landmarks, Barbara will be showing a collection of her latest images. In contrast to her realistic imagery will be the work of Jondie a rising digital artist whose compositions are complicated and compelling.

 

Women's Suffrage

Oct 31, 2016

On November 7, 1893, Colorado became the first state in the nation to grant women’s suffrage by popular vote, and the following year the first three female state legislators were elected. This proud achievement was result of nearly 15 years of struggle and dedication. Tenacious Coloradans across the state shouted “Let the women vote! They can’t do any worse than the men!” as they marched door-to-door in churches, mining towns and farming communities. Join the movement in this episode of Colorado Experience.

First Take Welcomes Author Manuel Ramos

Oct 31, 2016

Author Manuel Ramos will be First Take with Lando & Chavis to talk about and read from his new Mile High Noir novel "My Bad." Check it out at 89.3 FM or stream at www.kuvo.org

"One thing is almost as certain as death and corruption:  Manuel Ramos's Chicano angst.  You'll find plenty of all three in his jazzy, fast-paced, and delirious whodunits, which stand as an unparalleled achievement in American crime literature." Ilan Stavans

R&B Jukebox!

Oct 28, 2016

Every week we revisit the Golden Era of Rhythm & Blues, from the early 1940's through the late 1960's. Jump Blues, Vocal Groups, early Rock n' Roll, Doo Wop, New Orleans R&B, Soul, even some big band, swing, and gospel, it's all on board what has been nicknamed "The quickest two hours on radio."

Tune in Saturdays 6 to 8pm when alternating hosts Easy Bill or Rolando Garcia take you back.

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