From love songs and being a radio host during Valentine's Day to what to listen to if your heart is aching and you don't want a single mushy word in your ears - let the ladies of OpenAir guide you through the murky love-song-filled waters of Valentine's Day.
Despite its origins as a folk band, Denver’s Safe Boating Is No Accident has evolved into nothing short of an electrified rock trio. The guys reflected on the transition, their writing style, and the inspiration behind the band’s name when they stopped by the OpenAir Studio.
At just 22 years old, songstress Lizzie Huffman absorbed a lot while calling Seattle home. Fortunately for Denver, she made the trek to the Mile High city this spring. Mid-day host Corey joined Lizzie for her OpenAir studio session which you can listen to here!
Local duo Oh, Starling offer up fresh additions to your Christmas playlist with their indie versions of your favorite holiday tunes. Listen here!
Local funny guys The Foot. stopped by OpenAir in November to play in our studio. Our morning show host Alisha got to interview them between songs. Alisha recalls the interview “as if I was hanging out with my brothers-- fun and self-deprecating!” Listen to the interview and more here!
For two years, Colorado Public Radio has asked listeners to donate “gently-used” band and orchestra instruments, so that children in underfunded music programs throughout Colorado would have a chance to learn to play. We like to think of these kids as the future artists of OpenAir. Keep reading!
Paper Bird came into the OpenAir studios a few weeks ago and filled our hearts with their joyful sound! We spent a lovely fall morning with them as they played their music, we shared some laughs and Alisha sat down with them for an interview. Paper Bird is an 8-piece group from Colorado that has been playing together since 2006. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did. Listen here!