Listen to Vicky’s interview with Valerie June. Ms. June plays tonight with John Alex Mason at Venue 515 in Manitou and tomorrow at the Newhoma Festival in Woodland Park. Tickets and info here. $12 KRCC member Newhoma tickets available at the station till 6pm today! The first 75 people with Newhoma tickets get in free at Venue 515 tonight.

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