The members of Low Cut Connie are well acquainted with the CPR Performance Studio. The Philadelphia band gave us an energetic performance last year and followed that up with a session in June. Frontman Adam Weiner stopped in earlier this month for a solo session, which we featured live on our Facebook page. Weiner played a few songs on guitar and piano. He also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about the band's forthcoming "Dirty Pictures (Part 2)" album, playing a tribute show to the late Tom Petty and getting a call from Elton John.
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The New York duo's new album comes after a much-needed break from touring and recording.
Join CPR's OpenAir this Thanksgiving for our seventh annual all-day celebration of Colorado music.
Kayla Marque introduced us to her blend of folk, soul and hip hop in late 2015 with a session in the CPR Performance Studio. Since then the Denver singer-songwriter has released her debut album, "Live & Die Like This." She's also formed a backing band and played some notable Colorado shows, including this year's Westword Music Showcase. Kayla Marque and her band returned to our studio before a pair of Colorado gigs. She played three songs and spoke with Bruce Mitchell about her musical growth since her last visit, working on her next album and playing a fundraiser show for the local domestic violence shelter SafeHouse Denver.
The Australian quartet returned to Denver this month after releasing its sophomore LP.
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Join us Friday at 5 p.m. for the broadcast debut of the Denver band's new live album.
Three members of the Providence, R.I., band stopped by for a Guest DJ session and to talk about new albums "Deer Tick Vol. 1" and "Deer Tick Vol. 2."