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Venture Still is an easy listening indie band with powerful vocals and impressive classically trained talent. They perform original pieces as well as enjoyable covers which creates a playful atmosphere. They performed live in the KCSU studio on September 6th, 2017. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us in-studio? Email us at...

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The Omaha Boys are a talented duo that play enjoyable tunes full of unique, funny lyrics, and the occasional lap steel guitar. Songs like, “Bigfoot” and, “Skymall” will have you smiling and grooving along. They performed live in the KCSU studio on September 5th, 2017. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us in-studio? Email us at...

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KCSU Music: Live In-Studio with Wolfer

KCSU Music: Live In-Studio with Wolfer


Posted By on Sep 8, 2017

Wolfer is a dynamic, high energy rock band from Fort Collins, Colorado. Songs like, “No Other Woman” and, “It Follows,” are sure to melt your face off! They performed live in the KCSU studio on September 1st, 2017. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us in-studio? Email us at...

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This year’s Warped Tour was announced early Tuesday evening via a live stream. The tour is complete with performances and tons of excitement. Though the list of bands was leaked three days beforehand, not much could be done to contain the amount of hype surrounding this year’s lineup. Many heavy hitters will be hitting the road this summer, including Sum 41, Sleeping With Sirens, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!. Here are some bands that you...

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In commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the Mishawaka Amphitheater, music lovers donned their best 80’s get-up, packed their camping gear and took the 45-minute journey up the Poudre Canyon Friday, March 25th,  to participate in the celebration. Commonly known as the Mish, the amphitheater started out as a simple homestead built by motorcycle venturing musician Walter S. Thompson in 1916. Although it was no easy process...

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