KDNK staff and DJs interview a variety of musicians and artists.
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Paa Kow July 19, 2013
Ghana-born, Boulder-based drummer Paa Kow brings his By All Means Band to Mountain Fair on Saturday night. Just off the plane from Ghana, he revealed himself as a gracious man with an infectious laugh and a clear vision of his gift.
Rhiannon Giddens July 23, 2013
No one can accuse Rhiannon, or her band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, of not knowing what they do. Rhiannon, besides being talented and beautiful, is the most mission-driven musician I've ever talked to.
How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Cast June 28, 2013
Four young members of SOL Theatre's production of the play, Erica Arensman, Beth Fawley, Brian Edelman and Megan Webber, along with Logan Carter, the director of the show and the founder of SOL Theatre.
Dan Hicks June 14, 2013
Dan Hicks about the Charlatans, the orginal Hot Licks, the new Hot Licks, and his new CD. Dan visits the PAC3 on the first day of Summer.
The Fox Fire June 14, 2013
The Fox Fire, an acoustic quartet from North Carolina, visited KDNK for their first-ever radio in-studio performance. They played Steve's Guitars that night and then played the Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Music Festival.
Wayne Ewing May 24, 2013
Wayne describes his new documentary project "Playing With Magic," about horses and how they heal people. He also talks a bit about Hunter S. Thompson, subject of four of his previous films.
Bill Payne May 8, 2013
Keyboardist for Little Feat, and the only remaining original member of the band, as well as an accomplished photographer, Bill brings his solo show to the PAC3 on May 17. He had a long and fruitful conversation with KDNK's Dreamweaver.
Dennis McNally May 17, 2013
The author of "A Long Strange Trip: The Inside Story of the Grateful Dead" makes several long stories short, and describes the burden of Jerry Garcia that eventually ended only with his death.
Ian Neville of Dumpstaphunk April 12, 2013
Caught up with Ian, the guitarist of Dumpstaphunk before their gig Saturday night in Carbondale.
Poets March 29, 2013
Kim Nuzzo of the Aspen Poets Society gives us the lowdown on the third annual Karen Chamberlain Poetry Festival at the Thunder River Theatre. And four of the featured performers read their poems on Express Yourself. Rachel Kellum, Eric and Jacob Walter and Stewart Warren wow us with their words.