“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.
In commemoration of the 12th anniversary of Johnny Cash's death on September 12th, CMT will feature a weeklong tribute to the Man in Black. Longtime Cash fan Kid Rock will host the tribute on the network, which will temporarily rename itself "Cash Music Television."
The week of Cash-specific programming launches on September 8th with... ...read more
Elton John has a ton of hits, and he's made a very nice living out of playing them again and again to adoring throngs of fans all across the globe. The diehards, however, have heard "Crocodile Rock" and "Bennie and the Jets" quite enough. They know that John has an amazing back catalog... ...read more
The Elliott Smith documentary Heaven Adores You was released to DVD and Blu-ray this July, and like Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, work on the film uncovered a treasure trove of unreleased music and home recordings that will be boiled down into a soundtrack. Pitchfork spoke to Heaven Adores You producer and Smith friend... ...read more
Dustin Lynch brought his just-on-the-cusp of going Number One hit "Hell of a Night" to the early crowd this morning, performing the rising single on NBC's Today show on the heels of announcing his first headlining tour.
Armed with his signature cowboy hat — and a few extras for the Today hosts... ...read more
The Zombies return October 9th with the release of their new LP Still Got That Hunger, and on Wednesday, singer Colin Blunstone, keyboardist Rod Argent and company have shared the album's opening track "Moving On." The bluesy, piano-driven rocker premiered at Wall Street Journal, who write that the song's opening lyrics –... ...read more
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