“40 Years of Fresh Tracks” Award-winning KSMT has been rocking the Breckenridge area for 40 years. Colorado’s choice for streaming hip hop, indie and classic rock, KSMT has one of the largest music libraries in the state. A promo powerhouse, KSMT partners with the ski areas, towns and resort chambers throughout Summit County to sponsor exciting events including the Breckenridge Beer Festival, The Great Heli Ski Giveaway, and the Frisco Free Family Fun Fair. For the best rock, hip hop, and indie music in Colorado, choose KSMT – The Mountain. Life’s just better up here.
Jakob Danger Armstrong, the 17-year-old son of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and brother of SWMRS' Joey Armstrong, recently paved his own pop-punk path when a few songs he posted on SoundCloud and YouTube made the rounds online, earning him a deal with Burger Records. The singer-songwriter and his band, performing under the name... ...read more
Brad Paisley's appreciation for the newsmakers of 2015 is the subject of today's Ram Report.
The eight-time CMA Awards co-host told Rolling Stone Country and other reporters backstage at this week's All for the Hall event in New York that writing jokes for last year's awards broadcast was a bit difficult. After... ...read more
"Music! Dance! Performance!" Kendrick Lamar promises all this and more on the rapper's inaugural Kunta's Groove Sessions, a series of eight intimate concerts that will find Lamar backed by a live band (dubbed the Wesley Theory, a nod to To Pimp a Butterfly's opening track) as well as his fellow Top Dawg rapper... ...read more
Janet Jackson's eleventh album Unbreakable marks a milestone for the singer, reuniting her with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the duo behind nine of her 10 Number One hits between 1986 and 2001. It's their first album-length collaboration since 2006, and is meant as a return to the energy... ...read more
If you catch Joe Ely on tour this fall playing songs from his new album Panhandle Rambler (released on Rack 'Em Records), don't be surprised if the show is a lot more subdued than the last time you saw the Texas singer-songwriter. Don't misunderstand: it's a terrific record that's right... ...read more
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