Carbondale and the Roaring Fork Valley are full of creative artists expressing themselves. And there is no shortage of nationally renowned touring acts visiting the many venues here. It all adds up to a crowded entertainment scene. KDNK's Express Yourself program highlights the many cultural offerings available to us. This is the program to listen to if you're curious about the latest theatre production in the local schools or the latest and greatest nationally touring band to visit a local stage. Live music, in-depth interviews and the occasional giggle. Express Yourself is enlightening, entertaining and informative. 4:00 on Friday afternoons.
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Express Yourself August 23, 2013
Lauren Pierce of the Wheeler about the MountainSummit Film Festival. Kent Reed about the Hudson Reed Ensemble's current production of Romeo and Juliet. And Jim Nunnally and Nell Robinson croon a tune or two and explain their singer/songwriter wizardry.
Express Yourself August 16, 2013
Brian Stanton and Patti Hawn about their performance of orginal pieces revolving around the profound, painful, redemptive and joyful subject of adoption. Cary Morin, headliner of this year's KDNK Blues & BBQ, about his career as a Native Americana fingerstyle acoustic blues.
Express Yourself August 9, 2013
Kelley Hunt by phone before her gig tomorrow night at Steve's Guitars. Josh Behrman about Leon Russell next week and his taking over the booking at State Bridge Lodge. And Marbin, progressive rock/jazz quartet visit the program and prove themselves hilarious.
Express Yourself July 19, 2013
Peter Gilbert of Dance Initiative about the 2nd annual Spectrum Dance Festival. Ghanaian drummer Paa Kow brings his By All Means Band to Mountain Fair on Saturday night. Just off the plane from Ghana, he proved himself gracious, with an infectious laugh and a clear vision of his gift. And D.B. Rielly, with his band, played a couple tunes live in the studio before their gig at Steve's Guitars.
Express Yourself July 12, 2013
Jill Oberman of the Carbondale Clay Center tells us about their key funraiser, Cajun Clay Night. And Abbie Gardner of Red Molly talks about three-part harmonies and Jersey City, New Jersey.
Express Yourself July 5, 2013
The sculptor of the Mytic Eagle in the bowels of our Mother Mountain, Jeremy Dean Russell. And a music preview of upcoming free music valleywide.
Express Yourself June 28, 2013
The young cast of SOL Theatre's new production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Also, Adam Lavender, Chase Anderson and Scott Gilbert about Adam's home that Habitat for Humanity want to build for him. And then the No Joes and Tjaar perform live in the studio.
Express Yourself June 21, 2013
Emma Danciger on the Book Cliffs Arts Council, Lon Winston and Valerie Haugen with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about their new passionate collaboration on George Burns and Gracie Allen. And two lovely ladies from the upcoming Burlesque Show. Viva la Woman!
Express Yourself June 14, 2013
Dan Hicks about the Charlatans, the Hot Licks and his new CD. Dan brings his Hot Licks to Carbondale on the first day of Summer. The folk-rock quartet from North Carolina, The Fox Fire, stopped by for their first-ever radio in-studio appearance before their gig at Steve's Guitars that night and in Palisade at the Bluegrass and Roots Music festival.
Express Yourself June 7, 2013
First Friday on the street with Miss Management and Rockin' Mama. Steve Gumble and Jen about the new Mammothfest. Robert Congdon about his alabaster and black marble mine inside our Mother Mountain.