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Producer and host Chris K., aka “goat,” is no stranger to Colorado music and radio. He has been on the air in Northern Colorado off and on since 1977, with on-air stints at KFKA-AM (AC), KUAD (CHR/AC), KSQI (AOR/AAA), KCSU (Americana & Jazz), KIMN (CHR/Hot AC), KPAW (classic rock), and KGLL (country). Chris’ articles, essays, criticisms, reviews, and editorials have appeared online and in local, regional and national music and radio publications like Scene Magazine, FMQB, the Album Network, GodsofMusic.com, Makeastar.com, C0nsensus.com, and the Colorado Music Buzz. Chris K. has been a character in the music scene along the Front Range of Colorado in five decades now … and despite the grass he chews on regularly, he shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.

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Expressly and Explicitly Colorado from the 60s to today; from the biggest hitmakers, award winners, and legends, to some of the best in today's emerging new talent.

Music from Colorado legacy artists Dianne Reeves, Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind & Fire), Bill Frisell, Zephyr, Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield, Poco), the Astronauts, Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids, Dan Fogelberg, Firefall, the Samples, Otis Taylor, String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Chris Daniels & the Kings, OneRepublic, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, the Fray, the Lumineers, Pretty Lights ...to emerging new talent.

The Colorado Sound radio program got it’s start on 88.9FM KRFC (Fort Collins) in 2006. In 2010 it went independent. It is the most widely distributed and heard independent music program in Colorado, heard on 34 FM frequencies with over 45 hours of programming a week... The Colorado Sound radio program can be heard along the Northern Front Range (Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins), the Roaring Fork Valley (Carbondale, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Idaho Springs), the Wet Mountain Valley (Westcliffe), Pueblo, and Telluride.

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