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Radio Room Players Present The Thin Man April 19th and 20th

Adapted by Tony Lopez from the original work by Dashiell Hammett and the Lux Radio adaptation. Nick Charles is a former private detective who is enjoying an early retirement with his wealthy and witty socialite wife Nora. But their leisure is interrupted when Nick is drawn into a case involving a missing inventor. Blackmail, mystery, mayhem and murder ensue as the sleuthing couple and their faithful dog Asta unravel the case of the Thin Man!  All performances take place at the KAFM Radio Room, 1310 Ute Ave. in Grand Junction.
Suggested donation of $10 or $7 for students, seniors, and KAFM members.  Friday April 19th- Doors open 6:30pm, Show at 7pm
Saturday April 20th- Doors open 1:30pm, Show at 2pm.  Reserve your seat today!

KAFM Annual Board of Directors Member Meeting April 24th 5:30pm

The Annual Membership Meeting for Grand Valley Public Radio will take place on Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 at 5:30 PM in the Radio Room at 1310 Ute Avenue. All current KAFM Members in good standing are invited to attend. Anyone interested in running for one of the openings needs to notify the Board prior to April 1 2019. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, written proxy forms for the election are available at the station, or on-line. For more information on KAFM, the Board of Directors, the Annual Member Meeting, or to access a proxy form, contact board@kafmradio.org or see the Board of Directors page .
We serve both KAFM and the wider community in developing a vision for culture and radio in the Grand Valley. The KAFM Board of Directors meets the fourth Wednesday of every month. Board meetings are open to the public, and we encourage listeners and community members to attend.

Wings for the Earthbound April 28th

WCWF's new series takes off from the Rabbit Holes of 2018 to present a Sunday afternoon performance and discussion on the creative life, process and inspiration. Four Artists, two from the world of music, One from the world of visual arts and one from the world of words, come together to present and discuss their art. We hope you will come and get inspiried with us.  Open Mic and Social afterward.  Aprils guests are Sue Van Voorhees , Dr. L. Luis Lopez, Alisha Bean and Jack Delmore  for more information go to www.westerncoloradowriters.org or contact wcwritersforum@gmail.com  WCWF & KAFM members free: $10 non members.

David Starr with Guest Erik Stucky May 4th


Americana songwriter from Cedaredge, Colorado, David Starr, will be performing LIVE at the KAFM Radio Room with upbeat mandolinist Erik Stucky on Saturday, May 4th at 7:30 p.m. David Starr is an Americana singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer with influences ranging from Southern California country rock to Delta blues and folk.  His recent work includes a six-song EP entitled The Head And Heart produced and arranged by John Oates in April of 2017, and his 2016 CD, Love And Sabotage, a 15-song collection that features original compositions, co-written collaborations and two covers. David Starr will be performing LIVE with Erik Stucky. Erik Stucky is an up and coming musician from Montrose, Colorado. With influences including Lyle Lovett, Paul Simon and James Taylor, Stucky has found a home in pop music and creates tunes that are positive, upbeat, and fun. Wherever he plays, Stucky plans to spread love and fun and lots of good vibrations to his fans along the way. Don’t miss the opportunity to see David Starr perform with Erik Stucky! Tickets are $20 and may be purchased by calling (970) 241-8801, or online. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
 
 

KAFM Classic Film Series May 7th- Double Indemnity

“Stanwyck’s Phyllis Dietrichson, a platinum blonde who wears tight white sweaters, an anklet, and sleazy-kinky shoes, is perhaps the best acted and the most fixating of all the slutty, cold-blooded femmes fatales of the film noir genre. With her bold stare, her sneering, over-lipsticked, thick-looking mouth, and her strategically displayed legs, she’s a living entrapment device.” 
– Pauline Kael

Director Billy Wilder's classic Film Noir about lust, greed and Murder starring Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck and Edward G Robinson ratchets up the intensity, based on a James M. Cain novel and skillfully scripted by Wilder and Novelist Raymond Chandler.   This film is the Gold Standard of Film Noir and has inspired countless films after.  Come delve into the seedy side of humanity with KAFM. Tickets are $5 and show starts at 7pm. Doors Open at 6:30p.

The Radio Room Players Present The Ordinary Noise Of Living May 17th & 18th

Written by Grand Valley author Joe Wilcox, the Ordinary Noise of Living is heard in the home of a Colorado family mourning the passing of their patriarch. As his daughters come to terms with his passing, his granddaughter faces problems of her own. tickets are for adults $10, $7 for students, seniors, and KAFM members.  May 17th at 7pm and a Matinee on May 18th at 2pm

Cup A Jo’ May 25th

KAFM Community Radio is proud to present Cup-a-Jo LIVE in The Radio Room on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 7:30 p.m with opening act, Bittersweet Highway.  Cup-a-Jo has been playing music in Colorado since 1996 and has established themselves as one of the finest acts in the area through their solid musicianship and exciting live performances. Their musical stylings range from Funk, Chicago Blues, New Orleans R&B, Jazz, and early style Rock n’ Roll.  Their most recent album, Between Jobs, was released in 2017 and is available on Amazon, CD Baby, iTunes, REVERBNATION, and Cup-a-Jo-band.com.    

Bittersweet Highway is a singer-songwriter duo based out of Cedaredge, Colorado comprised of Rene’ Janiece and Wayne McKinzie. Their music spans across genres and they call their personal brand of music, “Borderland Americana”. With poetic lyrics and smooth vocals, Bittersweet Highway creates a wonderfully interactive experience that speaks to audience members. Their album, “It All Falls Away”, was a finalist for the Best Album and Best Americana Singer-Songwriter at the Southwest Independent Artist Awards in 2017. Tickets are $18
 

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