A TV show pilot that will be shot in Montezuma County this fall aims to put the area on the filmmaking map. It’s also an opportunity for the show’s creators to revel in the Four Corners backdrop they call home.
If you have a social media feed, chances are you’ve seen something that was automatically posted by a “bot.” Sometimes they publish highly-polarizing political content. Sometimes it’s just a sales pitch. But one Colorado man is using them to spread art across the internet.
Mancos, Colorado-based blacksmith Alex Bond found a way to get art into customers’ hands using vending machines. He also spoke about the pandemic’s effect on creativity.
Selective & subjective. My favorite music releases of 2017: The American Dollar – Music for Travel Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band – Body and Shadow CCFX – “The One To Wait” (single) The Church – man woman life death infinity Fleet Foxes - Crack-Up...
Irish-American fiddler Eileen Ivers connects Celtic and Americana, looks to the future of the instrument
In a telephone interview in the spring of 2016, Ivers said she’s excited to see a new generation of Irish players take up the fiddle.
A.J. Croce’s latest shows combine his music his father’s songs and bridge the two with some of the music he’d found they both loved.
Clegg passed away July 16, 2019. Here’s an archive interview I conducted with him in 2016, a few days before he performed in Durango, Colorado.
A conversation with Sergio Dias of the legendary Brazilian band.
Tom Russell writes songs about champion fighting cocks, Edward Abbey, the Watts riots, Nina Simone, and the day Frank Sinatra played Juarez. For him, it’s all part of a grand tradition of American storytelling.
Bruce Cockburn’s career spans almost fifty years. The Canadian songwriter has garnered a large fanbase and critical acclaim for his astute lyrical observations and intense performances.
Davy Rothbart sees gold in other people’s trash. To him, notes, lists and scribbles long-forgotten are a sort of storytelling fuel. He’s learned that even the most unlikely experiences with eccentric people can teach him, and his readers, more about life.
A 100-year-old book lives on as a reason to celebrate Ireland’s contributions to literature out loud. Each year on June 16, or Bloomsday, people gather around the world to celebrate Ulysses through public readings.