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Tune-in Friday afternoon for Bruce’s phone interviews with Sam Bush and Kelly Hunt


Bruce Campbell will chat by phone with our friend Sam Bush on Friday afternoon shortly after 2:00. A perennial Durango favorite, Sam Bush is revered for extending the musical capabilities of the mandolin and fiddle, creating a seamless blend of bluegrass, rock, jazz, and reggae. Alternately known as the King of Telluride and the King of Newgrass, Bush has been honored by the Americana Music Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association. He pioneered and guided the evolution of modern hill country music, while on his own, continuing to explore an eclectic musical spectrum. He performs at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College Sunday night.

Bruce will also talk with Kelly Hunt on Friday at 3:30. The fabulous R&B/blues singer, pianist and guitar player returns to Durango for a performance at The Rochester Hotel on Sunday afternoon. The event is a benefit for the Durango/La Plata Family Center.  Her brand new CD is “Gravity Loves You”.


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KSUT to host Business After Hours Wednesday at Three Rivers Brewing in Farmington

We’re excited to be back in Farmington this week. Please join us Wednesday (3/23) from 5 to 7 PM at Three Rivers Brewing for a Farmington Chamber “Business After Hours”. KSUT is pleased to co-host this event and network with our San Juan County, NM listeners, non-profits and business partners. Please stop by and meet our new Farmington-based underwriting sales rep Julie Knowlton.

Hope to see you Wednesday at Three Rivers Brewing, at 101 E Main, Farmington, NM. Complimentary appetizers will be served and a cash bar available. Listen to KSUT in Farmington at 88.1 FM.



Happy 40th birthday Denny Rahilly
March 21, 2011, 12:53 pm
Filed under: Meet the staff

Please join us in wishing our morning guy Denny Rahilly a happy 40th birthday. 



KSUT welcomes Rob Rawles to the management team
February 9, 2011, 12:51 am
Filed under: KSUT news, KSUT programming, Meet the staff

Rob Rawles, KSUT's new Administrative Director

KSUT is pleased to welcome Rob Rawles as its new Administrative Director. Rawles brings a broad background in managing public broadcasting organizations and non-profit corporations, most recently as General Manager of KSKO in rural McGrath, Alaska. His prior experience includes several years as President and CEO of the Alaska Public Radio Network; and General Manager and News Director of Kotzebue Broadcasting.  Rawle’s experience and consistent success at improving organization’s financial positions and infrastructures, along with his hands on approach and passion for public broadcasting make him a great fit for KSUT.  Please join us in welcoming him: rob@ksut.org.



Well, Hello There!: KSUT’s Meet the Staff Series
March 9, 2009, 3:09 pm
Filed under: KSUT fund-drive, Meet the staff

Meet the lovely Sheila B. Nanaeto, KSUT’s new business manager apprentice and a Tribal Radio DJ.



Well, Hello There!: KSUT’s Meet-the-Staff Video Series
March 6, 2009, 8:39 pm
Filed under: KSUT fund-drive, Meet the staff

Cynthia Buckskin is a DJ and host for Tribal Radio. Listen to her online or at 91.3.



Well, Hello There!: KSUT’s Meet-the-Staff Video Series
March 5, 2009, 5:32 pm
Filed under: KSUT fund-drive, Meet the staff

You recognize his voice, but would you recognize his face?  Victor Locke talks about what it’s like to be KSUT’s news director.