It’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! like you’ve never seen it before! Because, well, normally you can’t see it — it’s a radio show.

A live staging of Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! presented by NCM Fathom Events, NPR, WBEZ-Chicago, and BY Experience, will be beamed to select cinemas across the country on [...]

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Ms. Molly Boyles of Lipstick Voodoo, who performed at Blues Under the Bridge last year, stopped by KRCC’s studio today for a chat with Jeff during the Blue Plate Special. She and her band will perform at Pikes Peak Blues Community Blues Jam tonight at Stargazers, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. They’ll also be [...]

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Briffaut stopped by KRCC today to promote an upcoming benefit show at Stargazers. Listen to the performance and interview with Jeff Bieri after the jump.

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Nataly Dawn stopped by the morning music mix today with Vicky. You can listen after the jump…

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Sea Wolf perform tonight at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs.  We Are Not A Glum Lot and The Donys the Amys open for the performance.  They stopped by KRCC today to chat with Jeff Bieri.  Click the play button to have a listen:

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Listener-supported KRCC is proud to be part of the Ivywild School Project, new home to Bristol Brewery, the Old School Bakery, gardens, art, and more! We’ve brought you Meadowgrass, the World Music Series and Blues Under the Bridge. The Ivywild event space will give KRCC the venue we [...]

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One half of Edith Makes a Paperchain stopped by KRCC for an in-studio performance, including an awesome Cory Hart cover.  They will be opening for The Be Good Tanyas, Friday night at Armstrong Hall.  Get your tickets here!  Click play to listen to Jeff Bieri’s interview with Edith Makes a Paperchain.

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Hey Marseilles stopped by KRCC’s performance studio today for a chat with Vicky and to kick off their tour in support of Sea Wolf. Click the play button to hear their performance and interview.  See them and Sea Wolf at the Hi-Dive in Denver tonight. 

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It’s Blues Time

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Every year at about this time we like to remind Big Something readers and KRCC listeners what a sleepy little music town this used to be and how if you ever wanted to see a national or international music act you invariably had to drive to Denver. And while we’d like to think [...]

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The concert will begin at 7pm and run until 9pm. If you would like to view the concert, it is being simulcast on most local TV, including Rocky Mountain PBS, and some radio stations, including KRCC and KCME 88.7. The concert will preempt The Grassroots Revival. Carol’s Music Mix will start at 9pm, after the concert.

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Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars kicked off the annual World Music Series earlier this summer, if you were unable to attend please enjoy the videos below produced by the fine folks at the Pikes Peak Library District. Tonight (July 2nd, 2012) you can feast your ears on Novalima at Armstrong Hall on the Colorado College [...]

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Devotchka, Thursday, June 28th, show has been canceled. There will be a make-up concert in the Fall. We will honor tickets purchased for this show in the Fall. Stay tuned to KRCC or krcc.org for information about refunds, for those seeking one. Call the station for more information: 719-473-4801 / 800-748-2727.

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Florence’s The Flumps stopped by KRCC for the afternoon music mix today. They played a preview of their upcoming performance at MeadowGrass. Click play to listen.

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If you’ve already been to Meadowgrass then there’s no need to explain. If you haven’t, here’s a YouTube playlist of the lineup for this Memorial Day Weekend’s Fourth Annual Meadowgrass Festival that should inspire you to get yourself, your friends and your family together with weekend passes and enjoy one of the [...]

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Last Wednesday, local band Edith Makes a Paperchain performed live during Steve Harris’ Grassroots Revival. Click below to hear the audio!

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Yarn joined Jeff Bieri this afternoon for few songs and a little chat.

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Samuel James stopped by KRCC for an In Studio performance. Have a listen! He’ll perform tomorrow night, April 7th, at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 7:30pm.

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The Haunted Windchimes stopped by KRCC today promoting their newest release Out with the Crow. The played a few songs and chatted with Jeanette. Click the play button to listen!

Don’t forget: KRCC Concerts presents The Haunted Windchimes at the Fine Arts Center, Friday April 6th, 7:30pm. KRCC is SOLD OUT of member discount tickets, [...]

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In case you missed it, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Valerie June stopped by the KRCC studios on Friday, January 27, and spoke with your friend and neighbor, Vicky. Here’s the audio from their visit. If you missed their show last night in Salida, you can also come out to the Marmalade at Smokebrush tonight [...]

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It’s hard to express the amount pride we here at KRCC feel both in our region and our local music scene after this past weekend’s Prairie Home Companion at the World Arena, which featured both a touchingly amusing poem about Colorado Springs by Garrison Keillor and, of course, the amazing Haunted Windchimes [...]

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Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket fame stopped by KRCC for an interview and short concert. You can listen to the interview here.

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Immediately following The Newhoma Music and Mountain Festival in Woodland Park (20 Aug), where Joseph Arthur was the headline act, putting on an incredible show despite the rather inclement weather, he raced down the pass on his way back to Denver to catch an early morning flight back to NYC and was kind enough to [...]

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Listen to KRCC’s in-studio performance with Luisa Maita. Luisa performs tonight as third and final part of the World Music Series.

KRCC and the Pikes Peak Library District present the final concert of the 2011 World Music Series with Luisa Maita August 24th – 7pm

Location: Armstrong Hall, Colorado College Campus, [...]

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