In the Studio

KUVO enjoys a constant flow of on-air guests in one of our two studios.

Studio Flo - Musicians and community members are frequently invited on-air for live interviews to talk about upcoming performances or local news. 

Phyllis A Greer Performance Studio - Year-round we are joined by local and international as well as young and seasoned musicians whose performances are broadcasted live.

With a Studio Club membership, you’ll receive a seat for you and a guest in our Phyllis A Greer Performance Studio so we can see all live performances up close in an intimate setting! Learn more here.

Browse the articles below to learn about upcoming and past in-studio guests.

Stay in touch to be notified of upcoming performances and special guests!

The Jim Stranahan Little Big Band will perform live in the studio August 18 from 7 to 8 PM.

All Studio Club Members are invited to attend this performance! Reserve a seat for you and a guest via  Arvida (

Not a Studio Club Member? Learn how you can join the fun here!

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The Colorado Jazz Repretory Orchestra (CJRO) - featuring some of the state's best musicians - will perform at Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities August 13. 

Tune in August 3 at 5:30 PM for a live interview with CJRO's Art Bouton and Heidi Schmidt by Jazz Caravan host Erik Troe; info & text:

Trombonist-vocalist Natalie Cressman  will be making a Denver debut at Baur's Restaurant & Listening Lounge August 2.

One of the most eclectic voices and original songstresses in the music scene,  Cressman’s unique synthesis of vocals melds indie music, Latin-Jazz-and Avant-Garde groove . 

Jazz On 2nd Ave; text and info.:

Jazz On 2nd Ave - an annual festival celebrating its fifth anniversary - is held in the streets of Niwot, Colorado and features top international, local and legendary Jazz talent.

Tune in August 12 at 4:30 PM MT as Jazz Caravan host Erik Troe interviews Howard Treppeda and Brad Goode about this upcoming festival!

The US Air Force Falconaires will be performing live in the studio July 30 from 7 to 8 PM MT.

The versatility and professionalism of this unique ensemble reflects the great diversity and ingenuity in our national heritage through America’s only indigenous musical genre, jazz!

The professional Airmen-musicians in the Falconaires Big Band follow in a long blue line of talented Air Force Academy bandsmen who are dedicated to serving  our nation.