Weekdays, 3 to 7 pm
Dakota Joe is a Sioux Falls native whose work took him to Northern California, where he endured the chill and the fog for years before making his way home... to Santa Fe. "I visited northern New Mexico in 1990 and was smitten. Ever since that first trip, I was always on my way back here." A year-round motorcyclist, Joe spends his free time riding New Mexico's highways and backroads and hiking with his dog, Betty.
Weekdays from 10 AM - 3 PM
Kat hails from 'Bama ("ROLL TIDE!") and steers you through the Goldmine - all-request classic country.
Monday thru Friday, 6 - 10 a.m.
Kidd Corona hails from northern New Mexico and has been in radio for many years. Tune in and he’ll keep you informed on country music history, country music news, country concerts, and when and where to get your hands on Outlaw Country swag.
Sat 3p-6p, Sun 1p-7p
Sethro, “The Turquoise Cowboy,” is possibly the only Texan in history not to own a full-sized cow (had a plastic herd though) and an oil well. His first taste of turquoise came from swallowing some of his mother's jewelry. After a stint as a lost wanderer above the Arctic Circle collecting aluminum, he found his true calling digging up turquoise and making jewelry. An early connoisseur of Country-and-Western music, he devoted himself to repeatedly playing the Broken Arrow song from the old western movie until his sister chased him into a broom closet, threatening to choke him. From this he learned how maybe he should play more than one country song.