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.
Alice Cooper and Joe Perry have every right to be jaded. Each has sold millions of records and chalked up hits over several decades. But their eyes still light up when they talk about the recent adventure they shared, recording with one of their childhood heroes.
"Paul McCartney just opened up an... ...read more
Slayer has been part of scenes like this before: thrashing guitars at high noon, facing a crowd of shaved heads and tattooed limbs as fans push violently forward, as security struggles (and fails) to shove them back. But here, the walls are lined with barbed wire and smoke fills the air,... ...read more
"At the time I was writing the record, I didn't realize that I was writing an album," Claudio Sanchez says of the process that led, slowly and uncertainly, to The Color Before the Sun, the new album by prog-pop-metal quartet Coheed and Cambria, out October 16th. In a dramatic departure... ...read more
Although the respective career peaks of Sara Evans and REO Speedwagon are separated by a generation (and encompass two entirely different musical genres), one thing both acts have in common are their Midwestern roots.
Growing up on her family's Missouri farm, Evans made her singing debut with the family band at... ...read more
Keith Richards said rap was for "tone-deaf people," blasted heavy metal, rock and the Beatles, and offered his interviewer a toke during a meandering chat with the New York Daily News.
While Richards did not hold back — saving his harshest musical critiques for hip-hop — Daily News reporter Jim Farber noted the guitarist... ...read more
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