KVNF LIVE Summer Concert Series

7pm on Thursdays

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 2015

On Thursday evenings at 7pm throughout the summer, KVNF LIVE! broadcasts a summer concert series from the towns of Ouray, Ridgway and Paonia. This summer's schedule includes performances by these fine musicians. Scroll down to enjoy live recordings of the concerts...

 

OURAY, COOuray Fellin Park

Thursday, Jun 25 

The Black Lillies  
 

 

RIDGWAY, CO

July 2

Sol Driven Train

w/ Blair Crimmins & the Hookers

 

July 9

Humming House

w/ Intuit

 

July 16

The Congress

w/ The Blackberry Bushes

 

July 23

Roxy Roca

w/ Mipso

 

July 30

The Steep Canyon Rangers

w/ Front Country

 

PAONIA, CO

August 6

Todo Mundo

w/ Handmade Moments

 

August 13

Nathaniel Rateliff

& the Night Sweats

w/ Jelly Bread

 

August 20

Davina & the Vagabonds

w/ Dustbowl Revival

 

August 27

Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

w/ The Railsplitters

Mountain Air Music Series, week 4 - The California Honeydrops, with Dustbowl Revival.
Recorded at Fellin Park, Ouray, CO, June 27th, 2013.


 

Travis Bubenik, KVNF

On Thursday, June 28th, Oakland-based blues and soul crooners the California Honeydrops stopped into the KVNF studios for a live set. The band played later that night in Ouray as a part of the Ouray Mountain Air Music Series.

Shane Deringer Photography

Week 3 of the KVNF Live season featured the British Columbia-based indie rock quartet Current Swell, along with opening act The Fox Fire from Brevard, North Carolina. Current Swell's portion of the concert was broadcast live from Fellin Park in Ouray.

Click 'Listen' below to hear it all again!

Photo by Len Irish

The second concert of the KVNF Live concert season featured The Otis Taylor Band with opening act Screen Door Porch, live from the Mountain Air Music Series in Ouray on Thursday, June 13th.

The first concert of the 2013 KVNF Live season - The March Fourth Marching Band, at the Mountain Air Music Series in Ouray, CO, Thursday, June 6th.

Audio is in 2 parts, due to file size restrictions. The show was a single long set.

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