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KRCC Music Director, Vicky Gregor, sat down with guitarist and songwriter Archtop Eddie of Mango Fan Django to discuss the reunion show of RAKU, a reggae band Archtop started in Colorado Springs in 1979. RAKU will perform Sunday, September 10th at the KRCC Fall membership drive open house at 912 N Weber St, more details […]

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The local, independent music scene in Southern Colorado has a lot of momentum right now. From the Haunted Windchimes’ high profile Prairie Home Companion appearance last October, to the success of the first annual Florence Americana Music Festival in August, local bands and musicians have been gaining exposure and coming together in exciting new ways. […]

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This month we’re bringing a special fall arts show to the airwaves, highlighting all kinds of creativity in the region.

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In the midst of putting together a segment focused on the music scene of Colorado Springs we became aware of a collective of musicians and artists who call themselves The Kings of Space. The group is made up of musicians from Southern Colorado bands Briffaut, The Grant Sabin Band, We Are Not a […]

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