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Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton host the weekly Rocky Mountain Review where they discuss local and national stories accompanied by a variety of interview guests and reporters. On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review, JD Leighton and Emily Mashak give an update on the Seaman Canyon fire as well as cover controversy over the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Special segments include a sports update with McGowan and an interview...

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Welcome to From the Tap! This is a podcast about the substance that comes straight from your tap, water! We are talking about water sustainability, starting locally and growing to globally. Looking at where our water comes from, how it’s stored, how it’s used and how water looks different all over the world. In this episode we will continue our interview with Adam Jokerst from City of Fort Collins Utilities, learning about and...

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Welcome to From The Tap! This is a podcast about that substance that comes straight from your tap, water! We are talking about water sustainability, starting locally and growing to globally. Looking at where our water comes from, how it’s stored, how it’s used and how water looks different all over the world. Water is required for life, we all need it! So join the conversation as we talk about water sustainability. In this very first...

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Local blues band, Disturbance Happens, stops into the KCSU studio for the first live session of the 2018 Fall semester. A fairly new band to jump into the Fort Collins scene, the members discuss their collaboration style and perform four original, groovy songs.     http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/EP02_DisturbanceHappensInStudio_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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KCSU General Manager, Hannah Copeland, hosts a special in-studio session with The African Children’s Choir, a traveling group of Ugandan singers who tour throughout North America. The choir performs three compelling songs, including a wonderful rendition of “Amazing Grace,” and the kids share their favorite part of being on tour....

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KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha

KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha


Posted By on Aug 28, 2018

Miss Jaedha is a Colorado State University Alumni, who spent her college years and about 7 years after graduation producing music in Fort Collins. She moved to Denver in 2017 to pursue music. She has been fan-voted as the number one electronic music producer in Colorado twice! And in 2015 she was voted best DJ by the Fort Collins Music Experiment. Host Hannah Copeland takes an in-depth look into Miss Jaedha’s present life as an...

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