Artist Interviews

Highlights from KDNK's best artist interviews.

She's a creative dynamo with a new project, Nature in Translation, commissioned by The Wilderness Workshop. KDNK's Luke Nestler found out all about it.

Aspen photographer Devin Pool visited KDNK to Express himself prior to the opening of his show at the Korologos gallery in Basalt. 

Her enthusiasm runneth over. And her fingers moveth quickly upon the keyboard. Bulgarian concert pianist Tania Stavreva impresseth. 

Honey Dewdrops

Sep 7, 2017

The Honey Dewdrops talk about their harmonies, their experience at the Fayetteville Roots Festival, their love of Carbondale and their interactions with audiences. They also played Lowlands, The Loneliest Song and Nobody in This World. 

Music Meeting III

Sep 1, 2017

This one features Erika Ryann, Toussaint Morrison and Razteria.

Aisha Weinhold, co-founder of the No Man's Land Film Festival, along with a featured filmmaker, Catherine Aeppel. This film festival, born and bred in Carbondale, is one of  only two film festivals in the world devoted to women's adventure filmmakers. It returns to Carbondale starting September 14.

Another Music Meeting

Aug 25, 2017
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The second in the series of music sharing conversations between Music Director Luke Nestler, Assistant Music Director Cody Lee and Station Manager Gavin Dahl, this one features SteLouse, Jesca Hoop and the Heliocentrics.

Music Meeting

Aug 25, 2017
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The first in a series of conversations about new releases between Station Manager Gavin Dahl, Assistant Music Director Cody Lee and Music Director Luke Nestler. This one features Cualli, The Como Mamas and the Secret Sisters.

The Brother Brothers

Aug 18, 2017

Adam and David Moss are The Brother Brothers. They brought their seamless harmonies to Express Yourself prior to their gig at Steve's Guitars. We heard their song Cairo, IL from their new EP and they played Bird in a Tree, Tugboats, and Notary Public live in the studio.

Deb Colley, of Co-Motion and Dance Initiative, and creator of A Letter to Congress: A WILD Sanity, along with one of her dancers Carolyn Yates, about the unique piece and how it was made, and about the live performance next weekend at Sustainable Settings.

Heathens at the Hootenanny

Aug 11, 2017

The Band of Heathens are helping KDNK and Carbondale Arts celebrate the first birthday of the Carbondale Creative District with a hootenanny tonight at the 4th Street Plaza. KDNK's Amy Kimberly spoke with founding member, singer and co-songwriter of the Band of Heathens, Ed Jurdi, about their new CD Duende and about how the band expresses their authenticity.

Local author Corrie Karnan has a new children's book Secrets of the Fairy Cave set in the famous cave outside of Glenwood Springs. Another local author, Linda L. Flynn, has written a new young adult novel called Dream Glasses: Book 1 of the Rosethorn Series. Both have a reading on Wednesday, August 16 at 6pm at the Carbondale Branch Library, and both appeared on Express Yourself.

Dan Young, a local landscape painter with a three-decade career, talks about his creative process and his place in the art market. His newest show hangs at the Korologos Gallery in Basalt until early September.

The song, Savage Blue, courtesy of the KEXP Presents series of videos, introduces Noah Shomberg, the drummer for the wild and crazy Denver band The Yawpers, who play Mountain Fair Saturday evening from 5:15-6:30. Check out the entire KEXP video here.

The band played a couple tunes live on Beyond Beyond before their Mountain Fair gig, Milonga and Rumo au Bosque. We discovered they are working on a new tune called Rumba & Raga. And their new drummer has more tattoos than he can count. Valle Musico plays the Fair on Saturday from 12:30-2pm

Frank Martin, guitar slinger and singer/songwriter has produced a new CD Blue on Blue on Blue. He joins Express Yourself with his producer Dave Taylor, of Cool Brick Studios, to talk about the project and play a couple tunes from the album, Pick Up Your Feet and Leaving Cheyenne. Frank's Trio plays Mountain Fair on Saturday morning at 11. More info at frankmartinmusic.com .

Yawpers on KDNK

Jul 21, 2017

The song, Savage Blue, courtesy of KEXP Live series of videos, introduces Noah Shomberg, the drummer for the wild and crazy Denver band The Yawpers,  who play Mountain Fair next weekend on Saturday night.

Brigitte DeMeyer and Will Kimbrough visited Express Yourself before their gig at Steve's Guitars to talk about their new CD Mockingbird Soul, trusting each other on stage, and their songwriting process. They also played three tunes from the CD, Little Easy, October Song and Mockingbird Soul. 

Two songs from Dangermuffin's new CD, Heritage, Ol' Fidel and Waves. And a conversation with lead singer and rhythm guitarist Dan Lotti.

Cowboy Corral on KDNK

Jul 7, 2017

Cowboy Corral is a local ensemble of men and women singing those great old Western songs. They stopped by Express Yourself before their wanderings around town during First Friday festivities and sang a medley of hits, a tribute to Cowboy Randy and KDNK and even did a little yodeling. We hope we can rope them into returning to KDNK's airwaves.

Sue Lavin, the director, along with Jennifer Johnson and Will Bledsoe, two of the actors, in Thunder River Theatre's new production of The Memory of Water, by Shelagh Stevenson. Tonight is opening night of The Memory of Water, with seven more performances scheduled over these next three weeks. Tickets and information here.

The Outer Vibe

Jun 9, 2017

How and why the Outer Vibe's cinematic surf disco has survived for 16 years. The band also talks about their recent move to Nashville. The Outer Vibe play Steve's Guitars on Saturday night at 8:30.

Deb Jones and Laurie Doctor about their art in the new Carbondale Arts exhibition. And the organizers of the benefit gala in Glenwood Springs next week  in support of the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts.

Sandy Haber, Brad Vierheller, Paul Valentine and Doug Whitney joined Express Yourself to talk about the gala benefit next week at Glenwood Vaudeville benefitting the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts.

Artist Laurie Doctor

Jun 2, 2017

Laurie Doctor proves to be articulate not only about her art, but about how and why that art is an expression of soul. Laurie partnered with Deb Jones to participate in the new Carbondale Arts exhibit which opens tonight at the Launchpad with a reception at 6pm.

Artist Deb Jones

Jun 2, 2017

Deb Jones, founder of The Wyly Community Arts Center and artist in the Roaring Fork Valley since the 1970s, about her participation in the new Carbondale Arts exhibit, Correspondence, which opens with a reception tonight, and about her art, her process, and her current project.

KDNK Interviews Old Crow Medicine Show

May 10, 2017
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Critter from Old Crow Medicine Show interviews with Bob Schultz for KDNK to preview the upcoming concert at Belly Up Aspen for OCMS's new album, 50 Years of Blond on Blond, a tribute to Bob Dylan. 

Frank Martin In-Studio

Apr 28, 2017

Frank Martin, guitar slinger and singer/songwriter has produced a new CD Blue on Blue on Blue. He joins Express Yourself with his producer Dave Taylor, of Cool Brick Studios, to talk about the project and play a couple tunes from the album, Pick Up Your Feet and Leaving Cheyenne. More info at frankmartinmusic.com.

Thunder River Theatre's first production aimed at kids is Lilly's Plastic Purple Purse. Wendy Moore, the director of the production, and Corey Simpson, artistic director of TRTC, join Express Yourself to talk about that, and some of what's coming up at Carbondale's theatre.

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The Roaring Fork High School Jazz band rolled into Express Yourself to play four songs: Manteca, Harlem Nocturne, Jaime's Retreat and Spain. They also talked a little bit about their recent string of local gigs and their encounters with some high profile jazz musicians. 8 musicans blew some cool jazz for a Friday afternoon.

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