Program Segments

Don't miss our amazing program features, covering everything from new music and jazz films to wine and food pairings!

Arts Update  - On the second and fourth Thursday of every month, arts maven and Arts District host Carrie Saldo presents the latest in Colorado's visual and performing arts.

Book Review - Every month on First Take with Lando and Chavis, Dr. Robert Greer examines a new book. See past book reviews here

CD of the Month - Each month, KUVO Music Director Arturo Gómez carefully selects an outstanding new release  to share with our listeners.

Eats & Beats - Every Wednesday on First Take with Lando and ChavisSteve Chavis hosts Eats & Beats, a program segment related to food, restaurants, chefs and all things gastronomic!

Jazz on Film - Tune in to First Take with Lando and Chavis the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month to explore the world of Jazz on Film with special guest Matthew Goldwasser.

New Music Monday - Every Monday, KUVO Music Director Arturo Gomez shares some of the greatest new releases during his program Lunchtime at the Oasis.

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes - Every Thursday at 10:30 AM, DownBeat magazine writer Norman Provizer joins the Morning Beat to share upcoming jazz and blues events. 

Performing Arts Review - Tune in the fourth Friday of each month at 8:40 AM to hear Bob Bows's latest performance review. 

Stories of Standards - Each week on First Take with Chavis and Lando, Lando's "Stories of Standards" segment examines a jazz standard or tune from the Great American Songbook.

Vinyl Vault - Night Beat host Geoff Anderson shares a record from his collection Tuesdays at 8:30 PM.

Wine & Food Pairing - The third Thursday of every month at 6:35 PM, Carolyn Joy of Joy Wine and Spirits teams up with a local chef to provide a divine wine and food pairing. Check our website for the recipe!

30 Under 30 - To celebrate 30 years on the air and invest in the future of jazz, KUVO interviewed 30 local musicians under the age of 30. These features will be released on-air and online June 29 through October 31. 

Concord Jazz

We close out New Music Monday for 2015 with our annual Holiday Music edition on Lunchtime at the Oasis. We're very pleased to have received the new Count Basie Orchestra A Very Swingin' Basie Christmas which is the debut of the ghost band's new director, Scotty Barnhart. Invited guests include Ellis Marsalis who will be peforming at Baur's in Downtown Denver, Thursday December 10th, Plas Johnson and Johnny Mathis.

Linda Caffey

As we begin the last month of the Fall, it pleases me to have selected a swingin’ jazz orchestra whose players are amongst the best musicians, and in some cases, educators the Front Range has to offer.

The composer, arranger and conductor of this aggregation is the award winning, and educator David Caffey who is now a resident of Greely.

There are so many components to the Thanksgiving meal that the best strategy is to choose wines that are versatile enough to go with a myriad of dishes. 

The Mas de Daumas Gassac Frizante is a perfect example - it paired amazingly well with all the different Haystack Mountain Cheese featured on our food and wine pairing segment.  Some of the cheese was aged, some fresh and young and another, very smokey and bacon like.  The wine was a delight with them all.  

Blue Engine Records

The bassist, Carlos Henriquez has been a member of the prestigious Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra under the direction of Wynton Marsalis since 1998, he joined them shortly after graduating from the renowned Fiorello H.LaGuardia High School of Music & Arts and Performing Arts whose list of distinguished alumni is as long as its name.

Artist Share

There is much to admire about a group of musicians coming together to record a swingin’ session for a worthy cause, moreover,  what’s more impressive is that all the musicians involved donated their artistry.

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