Tracy Ford--singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist for the Durango band The Crags--talks about her band and their music. Their first gig in the Roaring Fork Valley is a high profile one: Sunday afternoon at Mountain Fair.
Two firebrand local women, Olivia Pevec and Lindsay Gurley, collaborate on a workshop for women called St. Brigid's Fire: A Women's Blacksmithing, Embodiment and Empowerment, which links yoga and blacksmithing. Here they talk about that and about channeling your inner force in a productive manner.
Jill Cohn, a new resident of the Roaring Fork Valley but a longtime performer here, has a new CD called Balanced on the Rail. It received its World Premiere on Jupiter J's Sunday morning show, Amen Sistah, on KDNK. Two new songs from the record, Balanced on the Rail and Possibilities, bracketed a live performance of two more songs, The Shoe Song and Legends, as well as a loving simpatico chat with Jupiter J. Two sweet ladies Amen-ing each other on a sweet Summer Sunday morning. Life is good.