<font color="red"><strong>Cody ChesnuTT / Landing on a Hundred / CC</strong></Font><P>
A bonafide Soul Brother with the pipes, the lyrics, a 10 piece band, truth & confession on tap & 12 extremely cool tracks recorded in Memphis. Listen closely.
<font color="red"><strong>The Floacist / Presents Floetry: Re:Birth / Shanachie</strong></Font><P>
Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Floetry, the sound is sultry, soulful, jazzy & irresistible.
<font color="red"><strong> Wanda Jackson / Unfinished Business / Sugarhill</strong></Font><P>
Touted by the likes of Dylan, Springsteen & Adele, the gal can still rock it with the twang & swagger of a veteran.
<font color="red"><STRONG>Ed Robinson / Written in Stone / EZ</Strong></font><P>
The Jamaican Singer, Songwriter, Drummer, & Producer has made a stellar release in the traditional Reggae sound.
<font color="red"><strong>Various Artists / First Came Memphis Minnie / Stony Plain</strong></font><P>
A Loving Tribute to a real Queen of the Blues featuring Maria Muldaur, Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor, Phoebe Snow, Rory Block, Ruthie Foster & more!
US District Court Judge John Kane, (father of KVNF's Executive Director Sally Kane,) was the keynote speaker at the KVNF Annual Meeting, held in Paonia on Oct. 4th, 2012. His subject matter was "Sin, Liberty and Law."
Award-winning progressive journalist Amy Goodman, the host of Democracy Now! (heard weekdays at 6 pm on KVNF,) visited Paonia Saturday, Oct. 5th, and spoke before an enthusiastic audience at the Paradise Theatre. The event was a fund-raiser for KVNF & High Country News.
The Colorado Secretary of State's office expects more people to register to vote this election cycle because of the closely watched Presidential race. As Bente Birkeland reports, voters have until midnight on Tuesday to register to vote online.
Two wildfires are currently burning north of Hotchkiss this afternoon. Both fires are believed to be caused by lightning as the area received numerous lightning strikes during the past 24 hours. Smoke may be visible in the area throughout the day and may settle into valleys overnight.
At last week’s Paonia Town Council meeting, representatives from Union Pacific Railroad announced that they want to close three railroad crossings in the town limits. KVNF’s Ariana Brocious spoke to Delta County Independent Reporter Kathy Browning about the proposal.