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Trombonist Curtis Fuller—RIP, Aged 86

The late Curtis Fuller had several connections to Denver and Colorado. Mr. Fuller visited KUVO Jazz several times and played in our former Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio at our…

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Bring It! KUVO is where you come to hear jazz every day. This is the station that brings you Latin Soul Party, All Blues, R&B Jukebox, Canción Mexicana, and an…

Hispanic Community Voices

Join Rocky Mountain Public Media and AARP, along with Colorado community leaders, for a virtual film screening and conversation. We are all deeply impacted by the pandemic, but members of our…

Long Play on The Nightside with Andy O'

It’s called “Long Play” and it gives Nightside host Andy O’ the opportunity to explore the longest tracks of the KUVO library. We will celebrate two birthdays with Long Play…

Airing on KUVO! 2021 NEA Jazz Masters Tribute Concert

America’s preeminent award in the jazz arts comes from the National Endowment for the Arts. Once you’ve been named a “Jazz Master,” other awards seem to be a formality. Terri…

Jazz Goes to the Movies Week 2

Join Doug Crane on Wednesday evening April 14, at 8 pm for week 2 of "Jazz Goes to the Movies" on the Night Beat. It's all about the melody this…

Meeting Your Heroes

Seth Lewis for Allegro Magazine

Mentorship is a vital tradition in music, especially in jazz. An excellent role model was the late Bob Cranshaw, whose life I am researching for my graduate thesis. I want…

Happy Birthday to Herbie Hancock

Nikki Giron

Herbie Hancock Song Facts: Growing up in the '40s and '50s in Chicago, Herbie Hancock was around street vendors, including the "watermelon men," who peddled the fruit. This provided the…

Stories of Standards—Night in Tunisia

Linda Hillshafer

Tune in weekday mornings to hear our favorite versions of "Night in Tunisia.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at 7:50 and 8:50 am beginning Monday, April…

Colorado music venues planning their comebacks

Jennifer Castor, Brian Willie

by Jennifer Castor, Brian Willie • Published on April 6, 2021 DENVER — Local music and performing arts venues are starting to reopen — slowly. With warm weather returning and some pandemic restrictions lifting, the…

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