KDNK staff and DJs interview a variety of musicians and artists.
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Gretchen Peters on Express Yourself April 20, 2012
KDNK's Megan Larsen with Gretchen Peters, who has recently released a career-best CD called Hello Cruel World.
Marty Durlin April 13, 2012
Marty Durlin joins Express Yourself to talk about her musical, "Beautiful Radiant Things," based on an incident in the life of anarchist Emma Goldman.
Laura Thielen April 6, 2012
The Artistic Director of AspenFilm joins Express Yourself to extol the virtues of the Shortsfest and talk a bit about a few of the films.
Hamilton Pevec April 6, 2012
Carbondale native Hamilton Pevec and KDNK's DJ Flash talk about Hamilton's two films, "Hanuman Airlines," which premiered at Aspen Shortsfest, and "The Water Handler," a film about the fracking process from Water's point of view.
Kat Candler April 6, 2012
Austin-based director with KDNK's Ashley Serrao about her new short film "Hellions," premiering at the Aspen Shortsfest.
Olivia Newman April 6, 2012
The New York director of the short film "First Match," playing at Aspen Shortsfest, on Express Yourself.
Karen Chamberlain Poetry Festival March 29, 2012
Valley Voices host Amy Hadden Marsh is joined by seven local poets, some of them organizers of the Second Annual Karen Chamberlain poetry festival coming this weekend to the Thunder River Theatre. Valerie Haugen, Kim Nuzzo, Cam Scott, Bill Kight, Marjorie DeLuca, Heidi Owen and Julie Ramo talk about the festival and read their own poems.
Sam Bush on Smokin' Grass March 24, 2012
In which we learn, among other things, Sam is a big fan of Little Feat, and he loves to fiddle.
Airborne Toxic Event on the Les Is More show March 22, 2012
KDNK's Leslie Johnson with the co-founder/singer/guitarist and writer of the band, Mikel Jollet, who paid a recent visit to the Belly Up in Aspen.
Darrell Scott Live on KDNK March 19, 2012
Darrell stops by on the first day of Spring to regale KDNK's David Batterson with some music and some talk. He explained his new CD, his personal roots in Kentucky and his approach to songwriting. He played an old song, "East Gary." He also played three songs from his new CD "Long Ride Home:" "Someday," "No Use for Living Today," and Hopkinsville." This thoughtful and articulate songwriter is at the top of his game, and deserves the opening slot at the 7908 Songwriting Festival at the Wheeler Opera House starting today and running through Sunday, March 25th.