KSPN – The Valley’s Quality Rock – is your destination for Colorado’s best in adult album alternative music. Live and local for over 40 years, KSPN is been the #1 station from Aspen to Glenwood Springs with coverage west to Rifle. KSPN is heavily involved in the community and is the exclusive radio sponsor for the ESPN Winter X Games and Jazz Aspen Snowmass and is your home for the biggest giveaways around. Our adult album alternative format not only delivers the best in classic rock, but also the best in local Colorado news radio and weather along with the concert updates that matter most to you. KSPN – we ARE the Valley’s Quality Rock.

Trending on KSPN

Michael Bialas Entertainment and sports journalist Grace Potter's love affair with Colorado officially began on Feb. 11, 2011,...


Music News

G-Eazy takes over Oakland with a slew of Bay Area hip-hop stalwarts, including E-40 and Too $hort, in the new video for "Calm Down."

In fact, the cameo-packed, black-and-white clip notably mirrors the video for E-40's own Bay Area anthem, Watch G-Eazy Celebrate Bay Area in Cameo-Packed 'Calm Down' Video more

Sometimes, it's all about being in the right place at the right moment. Other times, it's all about a good anecdote. The Violent Femmes' origin story includes elements of both.

Continue reading… more

Halle Berry proves that her Oscar-winning acting chops translate to the world of pop. In a recurring series by W Magazine called "Lyrical Improv with Lynn Hirschberg," the actress gave a dramatic reading of...

This article originally appeared on Watch Halle Berry's Dramatic Reading of Britney Spears Lyrics more

Eddie Vedder received a literal lift from Dennis Rodman Monday when the former NBA star joined Pearl Jam onstage at Chicago's Wrigley Field and cradled the frontman in his arms.

Rodman walked out wearing his old Chicago Bulls jersey as Pearl Jam tore through their 1999 B-side, "Black, Red, Yel...

This article originally appeared on Watch Dennis Rodman Cradle Eddie Vedder During Chicago Show more

Thundercat has released a clever new song "Bus in These Streets," in which the bassist portrays the blandness of the tech-consumed existence with a cheerful melody.

The track finds Thundercat putting a peppy spin on his dusty, funked-out tunes. He juxtaposes playful chimes and vocal harmonies ...

This article originally appeared on Hear Thundercat's Incisive New Song 'Bus in These Streets' more

Stranger Things composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein will embark on a fall U.S. tour with their Austin synth outfit, Survive, who have also released a pulsating new track, "Wardenclyffe."

The instrumental song is rife with the same eerie, spacey vibes that made Dixon and Stein's Stranger Things soundtrack a smash, bu...

This article originally appeared on 'Stranger Things' Composers Plot U.S. Tour as Survive more


Follow Us

Now Playing on KSPN Heritage Rock
On Air: