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On Stage—The Solo Artist

KUVO’s performance series “On Stage” features the artists who work without a net – the solo artist! The intimate confines of KUVO’s Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio have been the…

Vinyl Vault—Acousticity

Mandolinist David Grisman developed his own musical style which he calls “Dawg Music.” It’s essentially a combination of American Bluegrass and American Jazz. All-American, so to speak. The Vinyl Vault…

Stories of Standards—Nica’s Dream

Linda Hillshafer

Tune in weekday mornings to hear our favorite versions of "Nica's Dream.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at 7:50 and 8:50 am! Stories of Standards is…

New Music Monday—John Patitucci, Reggie Quinerly & Kenny Polson

New music premiering the week of March 29 include: John Patitucci-Vinnie Colaiuta-Bill Cunliffe — "Trio" When 3 musicians of this high caliber join forces to record, amazing playing abounds! Individually,…

Celebrating Nikki Giron—Women's History Month

Colorado native Nikki Giron is a singer/songwriter alto saxophonist. At a very young age, Nikki Giron was inspired by the great Elvis Presley. She had always loved to sing but…

Celebrating Julie Monley—Women's History Month

Julie Monley is a singer, percussionist, and educator and resides in Denver, Colorado. She plays in many different genres of music but mostly known as a jazz singer. With a…

Celebrating the Spirit of Cesar Chavez & the Chicano Movement

Canción Mexicana celebrates the spirit of Cesar Chavez and the Chicano movement. Cesar Chavez inspired a movement of non-violent means to champion the basic rights and living conditions of the…

Celebrating MaryLynn Gillaspie—Women's History Month

Celebrating jazz vocalist and photographer MaryLynn Gillaspie. MaryLynn loves to sing an eclectic assortment of music: everything from 1940s standards, straight-ahead jazz, and updated versions of 60s pop tunes arranged…

The Jazz River—Planet Squeezbox

The accordion is a much-maligned instrument. Scorned by the cultural elite as well as regular folks whose associations with the instrument may relate to corny polka and beer hall Oom…

Celebrating Anisha Rush—Women's History Month

Saxophonist, composer, and educator Anisha J. Rush earned a BM in Jazz Studies from the Thompson Jazz Studies Program at CU Boulder. She actively performs as bandleader of the Anisha…

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