Music legend John Peel lives on (not as a hologram, sorry), but through an impressive new project that invites you to sift through his record collection online. Read on to find out more!
CPR's OpenAir Articles
There are two sides to every story and that is certainly true with music. This Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, join the hosts of OpenAir to uncover both sides of the story with “FlipSide Weekend” - back-to-back singles from your favorite artists!
Local band Danielle Ate The Sandwich returns to the OpenAir studio on Friday, May 18. During Mile High Noon, the Fort Collins quartet will perform new songs and chat with Corey about their forthcoming release, "Like A King".
OpenAir premieres two new songs from local rock band The Congress during Mile High Noon on Friday, May 4. The group celebrates the release of its debut full-length album, "Whatever You Want", with a headlining gig at the Bluebird Theater in Denver on Friday night.
Listen to the full, unedited version of Sampson's interview and performance!
Joe Sampson is no stranger to the local music scene, in fact he's been serenading us in bands for over a decade. So why has it taken him so long to finally unearth his solo work? Apparently "self-sabotage" as he half-jokingly explains to morning show host Alisha in his heartfelt interview. That and a little help from his friends. Listen to the full, unedited version of Sampson's interview and performance!
The Haunted Windchimes recently traveled from Pueblo to perform songs from their new album, "Out With The Crow" in the OpenAir studio. Like the name, the band's sound possesses a certain spirituality. The Haunted Windchimes make Americana music with a vintage quality that takes you back to times when railroads ruled over roads, a spirit that helped the band land a live gig on Prairie Home Companion last fall. Listen to the OpenAir studio session now!