2015 Steamboat Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series
Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series 2015
KFMU Steamboat Springs is Colorado’s Finest adult rock. Solar powered radio station. Tune in to KFMU Weekdays for our signature blend of mountain music, and join us on the weekends for Putumayo World Music Hour, Acoustic Cafe and Elwood’s Bluesmobile. KFMU sponsors family-friendly events including the Kickball Klassic, and participates in large local events including the Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, and Summer Free Concerts.
Indigo Girls - Happy In The Sorrow Key
Joy Williams - Before I Sleep
Langhorn Slim - Strangers
Bodeans - Oh Mama
Fairground Saints - Can't Control The...
Tim Robbins will launch a new music series at his longtime studio, the Actors' Gang, in Los Angeles, starting August 1st with a performance by traditional New Orleans jazz outfit, Tuba Skinny.
The group will make their L.A. debut at the Actors' Gang's longtime home, the Ivy Substation. The show begins... ...read more
Australian DJs and songwriters Nervo shake up EDM conventions with their fiery debut album, laced with head-rattling hooks and frosty, evocative vocals. Collateral is full of rollercoaster builds and drops — lifting with euphoric electro house in "Bulletproof," dipping low with deep bass in "Rainham Road" and leveling out with atmospheric washes in "Did We... ...read more
Before they made major waves with Nirvana and Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear shook up the underground as members of hardcore bands Scream and the Germs, respectively. They dive back into the CBGB-matinee mosh pit with Teenage Time Killers, a new all-star project including current or former singers... ...read more
Guitarist Buddy Guy — one of the last working giants from the electric blues' greatest generation — traces his life in mission and missing, from the crackling title cut to the B.B. King memorial "Flesh and Blood," sung with Van Morrison, and "Come Back Muddy," a message to Guy's late boss, Muddy... ...read more
Released in 1982, two years after the death of drummer John Bonham, Coda was a late goodbye from the rest of Led Zeppelin — singer Robert Plant, bassist John Paul Jones and founding guitarist Jimmy Page — and paltry closure for everyone else: a mere half-hour of outtakes, including a drum solo.... ...read more
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