Featuring backstage footage, interviews and new album features on the artists that made Country music great!
Sundays 9 PM -12 AM
Rick Jackson’s Country Classics is a syndicated radio show that delivers music from the greatest stars in country music history. There are no restrictions on this music other than the fact that these are songs that everyone loves. If you're a country fan, you'll know most of the songs and you’ll really love the way the music is put together.
Sundays 9 - 11 am
Every week the Classic Country Jamboree invites you into our North Country den of classic sounds that have shaped generations of country music fans. Join host Dick Roy as he spins tunes and shares stories about the artists and songs that have become part of our musical heritage. Take time each week to remember, enjoy and relive the soundtrack of our lives.
Sundays 8 - 9 AM
Welcome to Cowboy Corner. Come ride with us as we explore the great American cowboy through his music, stories and cowboy poetry. Red Steagall is your host for this critically acclaimed one-hour radio broadcast heard coast-to-coast. You’ll hear America’s most talented country performers such as Reba McEntire and the finest storytellers and cowboy poets like Waddie Mitchell, Baxter Black and of course your host, Mr. Red Steagall. So sit back, relax and relive the glory and majesty of our great American Western heritage as only Red Steagall can portray.
Saturdays 6 - 7 PM
Tune in every Saturday night from 6-7pm MST and get rowdy with the finest outlaw radio show, The Rowdy Radio Show. DJ Rowdy Times plays you the best in new 'n old, outlaw to honky-tonk, rockabilly and truck driving tunes too!
Saturday 3pm-6pm, Sunday 1pm-7pm
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.
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.
Monday - Saturday, 7p - 12a
I’m Lia. The host. The Facilitator. The sticky substance that holds the stories together with the songs. I’m the gal who can’t for the life of me keep a secret yet everyone seems to tell me their secrets anyway. I love my job.
Weekday Afternoons, 3pm-7pm
Johnathan Christopher Stillwater, or 'Big Bad Jack' as he's known, loves discovering new music, new trails and campsites in the great outdoors, and new places to get a good IPA or good red chile. Have you ever noticed how much easier it is to find good green chile than red? Dang.
Kat hails from 'Bama ("ROLL TIDE!") and steers you through the Goldmine - all-request classic country.
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.