Tickets for Laura Veirs‘ show at Venue 515 in Manitou on March 6 go on sale today at KRCC, 912 N. Weber, and they won’t last long. (We’re open 9-5, Tues. – Fri.)

As an added bonus, Veirs, a Colorado Springs native, has generously offered the title track of her new album, July Flame, to you, dear Big Something subscribers, for a limited time. Just right click on the link to download it or click the player to listen.

“July Flame” by Laura Veirs

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4 Responses to Free Song of the Day, 1.19.10: "July Flame" by Laura Veirs

  1. Kirsten says:

    Download button??? Clicking on the link only plays the song. Hi KRCC, will you add the download feature to Laura Veirs’ song “July Flame”

    Thanks — kirsten

  2. Mike129 says:

    The link just above the “play” button gets you the MP3 download.

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  4. [...] is Karl Blau (who plays with Laura Veirs on July Flame) and Nate Ashley. This song is [...]

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