KDNK staff and DJs interview a variety of musicians and artists.
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Nicki Bluhm June 10, 2016
Nicki Bluhm about horses, the Gramblers, road testing songs, and why she'll never write a protest song.
Mike & Ruthy June 10, 2016
Mike & Ruthy stopped by Express Yourself before their gig at Steve's to reminisce a bit about the Mammals, play a couple tunes and tell a Pete Seeger story.
Richard Carter June 3, 2016
Richard Carter has made a distinguished art career from his base in Basalt for nearly 50 years. And now he brings a new show to the Launchpad for the first time on June 3. Here he is on KDNK's Express Yourself show.
Lisa Dancing Light May 20, 2016
Lisa Dancing Light about her new song "The Song of Love," her long career in music in the Roaring Fork Valley, and her gig at the CRMS Barn.
Bob and Mary Noone May 13, 2016
Bob and Mary Noone brought a lot of jazz to Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs for many years. Here they talk with Walter Gallacher about their experience bringing us all that jazz.
Meg Madorin & Laura Ann Samuelson May 13, 2016
Meg Madorin and Laura Ann Samuelson, dancers and choreographers, are creating a new piece in residency with the Dance Initiative. They appear here on Express Yourself to talk about rules and structure and human beings on stage. Look for their performance on June 3 and 4 at the Launchpad.
Malcolm Holcombe March 25, 2016
North Carolina singer/songwriter Malcolm Holcombe about his art, Donald Trump, and what happens when you squeeze the toothpaste tube in the middle.
Tom Paxton March 6, 2016
Thanks to a friendship with longtime Carbondale local Peggy DeVilbiss, folksinger Tom Paxton has now visited KDNK three times in the last three years. This time around he sat in on Soul Sista Drea's show. He told two or three stories, including one lump-in-your-throat tale about Pete Seeger and Burl Ives. He also performed four of his songs, including an hilarious little ditty about Lorena Bobbit.
Freud's Last Session February 19, 2016
Corey Simpson and Bob Moore, the two leads, and Wendy Moore, the director, of the new Thunder River Theatre Production of "Freud's Last Session."
Dustbowl Revival February 19, 2016
The 8-piece LA band Dustbowl Revival mines its musical gems at the intersection of jazz, blues and folk. Here is Zach Lupetin, lead singer and guitarist of the band, about Mary Poppins, China, Dick Van Dyke and With a Lampshade On.