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Talkin’ Music,? brought to you each Thursday, highlights local or locally performing musical artists from a variety of genres with interviews, music and live performances.

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KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with Stefan and Carrie Szabo of National Park Radio in Ouray after their show at The Wright Opera House.?

Ali Lightfoot

KVNF visits with the hip hop group Nappy Roots before their show at Mesa Theater in Grand Junction.? Skinny DeVille,? Buffalo Stille,? Ron Clutch, Fish Scales and 808 Blake talk about their Kentucky roots, 90s hip hop and what it takes to maintain the American Dream.

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with the folk duo Penny and Sparrow at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks with Hubby Jenkins at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.?

KVNF's Ashley Krest talks with members of the North Fork ensemble before their CD release party for "Music For Everyday Life."

Composer and multi-media artist Lane Shi talks with Ali Lightfoot about her work and residency at Elsewhere in Paonia.??

Ashley Krest

KVNF's Ashley Krest speaks to musician Sam Baker at the 2018 Moab Folk Festival.??

KVNF DJ Geitz talks with musician and activist Robby Romero about growing up in Hollywood, hanging out with Dennis Hopper and the Dali Lama and working for the rights of indigenous people.

Willi Moore

KVNF's Ali Lightfoot and musician Valerie June have a cosmic conversation about serendipidy,? poetry and obscurity at the 2018 Telluride Blues and Brew Festival.?

Willi Moore, Photo and Illustration

KVNF's?Ali Lightfoot talks with pianist Marco Benevento at the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival. Marco shares stories about his first synthesizer, his first job (playing piano at the country club) and his love for New Orleans.

Willi Moore

Rhythm and Blues artist Son Little talks with Ali Lightfoot about working with Mavis Staples,?his first love song and his dream of starting a band made up entirely of bass players.? Ali caught up with Son Little before his show at the 2018 Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.

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The?North Carolina Folk band River Whyless and Quebec's Les Poulet a Colin talk with KVNF at the 2018 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.

This Texas based musician talks with Ali Lightfoot about making his album Maria the Gun,?crossing borders all over the Americas and how his van became home.

Ali Lightfoot

Kelsey Wilson and Alexander Beggins of the Austin band Wild Child talk with?KVNF's Ali Lightfoot backstage at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.? The band shares stories about their new album and its multiple producers,? making sweet songs for dark times and their most popular love song (which is actually about a cat.)

KVNF speaks with Regina Spektor at the 2018 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.? Regina talks about the different approaches to studying music in the US and Russia,? her early days playing in NYC's east village and her creative process.??

Ali Lightfoot

KVNF's Ali Lightfoot speaks with duo about their latest CD Everywhere I Go,? touring America (pre and post??Trump) and meeting Gillian Welch.

Brother and sister Jeneda and Clayson Benallyof the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona make up the band Sihasin.? Ali Lightfoot talks to them about their environmental activism,? a trip to the white house and how their music has evolved to be more hopeful over the years.

The two bands have joined forces for a performance at The Telluride Bluegrass Festival.? ?They stopped by the KVNF studios to play some new music and share stories about their trip to India,? the Roots of Freedom project and how to break an accordion.

Paonia singer songwriter Steve Clisset plays some music and talks with Ali Lightfoot.

One-man-band Forest Beutel plays some tunes and talks with Ali Lightfoot about touring with punk bands, cats on leashes, and how to stay hopeful during troubled times.

Talkin Music: Kuinka

Jun 1, 2018

Kuinka blends folk, indie, pop, electronica and bluegrass for a sound all their own. Currently touring for their new EP “Stay Up Late,” they stopped by KVNF to play some music and chat with Ali Lightfoot before their show at the Old Mad Dog Dog Cafe in Crawford.

The hosts of My Generation interview rock journalist Ellen Sander about?the Greenwich Village folk scene, Haight-Ashbury in its heyday and studio sessions with the Rolling Stones - all chronicled in her book, "Trips: Rock Life in the 60s"

Talkin Music: Zephyr

May 24, 2018

Paonia artist Eden Clearwater, known by the stage name Zephyr,? talks about his new CD titled Time in Sensations.? ? Zephyr uses?acoustic instruments, electronic sounds, and nature to create this?psychedelic ambient electronica composition.

Ali Lightfoot interviews some of the coolest musicians she bumped into during the 2018 French Quarter Festival.? ?First we hear from the Norwegian, Denmark-based jazz singer Live Foyn Friis who Ali discovered singing at The Spotted Cat with The Jazz Vipers.? ? Then she talks to Futon (Efuntola Akinlana),? a street musician, who has been playing saxophone since he was 14? in The Hundreds Brass Band.

Ali Lightfoot

Otis Taylor and members of his band led a Trance Blues workshop at Hotchkiss?High School this week.? ?Ali Lightfoot documented the process and talked with Otis Taylor and the school's music teacher Jeannette Carey about the project.

Paonia?singer songwriters? Sam Heart, Carrie Williams and Gustavo Brett share original songs that will be featured as part of Songwriter's Alchemy - an evening where 4 local musicians swap songs and play them live.

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The New Orleans band Bon Bon Vivant makes original music combining Cabaret Nouveau, Indie Gypsy and bawdy blues.? KVNF's Ali Lightfoot caught up with them after their performance at the 2018 French Quarter Festival.

Singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist,?Shawn James?talks with Ali Lightfoot before his show at Mesa Theater in Grand Junction.

The Grand Junction based funk rock reggae band Zolopht has been playing together for almost 10 years now.??Ali Lightfoot catches up with the band's percussionist, Greg Indivero about the grand junction music scene,? the Colorado festival circuit and keeping things creative at the day job.?

This lively?SoCal?band stopped by the KVNF?studios to play some music and discuss life on the road,? their cameo on Portlandia and the metal bands at?Berklee School of Music.

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