When I landed in Idaho Springs in 1971 on the way to Aspen, my $125 Ford LTD, despite its white leather bucket seats, dropped the last of its transmission fluid in the street. All I had left was $100 and the sound of my Okie relatives' laughter ringing in my ears. They were sure I'd be back within a week, my tail between my legs. I showed them. I didn't have a car to get back home. Hah!!
My Show is Neighborhood Earth, every other Saturday 2-3pm, issues that effect us all.
Jerry has been a KYGT talk-show host since 2004; first of Western Exposure, which focused on social/political issues, and now of The Rabbit Hole, on which he explores the warrens of literary, philosophical, and other esoteric topics with a wide-range of guests.
Jerry is the award-winning author of Sisyphus Wins, the story of a man who grew up very Catholic, in a parochial, working-class family and community, and of his journey to self-discovery and self-acceptance.
As part of The Rabbit Hole, Jerry visits with other authors and literary service providers in a segment called Writers Talk. You can read more about Jerry and his work, as well as listen to prior Writers Talk discussions on his website at JerryFabyanic.com.
Jerry has also been a Clear Creek Courant columnist since 2003. You can read his works on his website or on the newspaper's site at ClearCreekCourant.com.
Jaime hosts Talk it Out every other Sunday from 11am-1pm.
Talk it Out is about having the difficult conversations that we tend to avoid because they often cause tension. Jaime delves into political and social issues, including topics such as race, class, gender, sexuality, power, religion and the American Dream- all the meaty ones. She explores how we can be more open-minded and approachable, and look at the world and our own perceptions of it through a more critical lens. On Talk It Out, the sometimes weighty conversation is broken up by eclectic and reflective music breaks.
Jaime has been writing and talking about how harmful it is to cut each other off when we disagree about something since she began thinking politically in her late teens. She believes in the power of conversation and in being honest about our opinions, especially with the people we are close to. Jaime spent much of her childhood in Clear Creek County. She has lived in Philadelphia and Paris, and is now based in Denver. She’s a fan of cats, goldfish and weird humor
Matt hosts The Middle Way Every other SaturdayCLOSE
"All People Considered" will highlight the stories of our Clear Creek neighbors. Not only will this new interview program provide a fascinating listening experience, it will serve to knit our community together through a deeper understanding of each other. APC airs on Wednesdays at 5pm and repeats on Sundays at 3pm.CLOSE
Doug is THE news at KYGT. Mondays,Wedsdays and Friday mornings. with repeats on the weekendCLOSE
Phyllis helps run the show with Doug on Wednesday. She is also our PresidentCLOSE
Marty is Dougs cohort Friday MorningsCLOSE
Frode runs things on Friday at 9am with "The Dr. Shag Show. He also hosts Music that killed Disco every other Sunday at 6pm with
Gary and Doc have been friends for many years and each brings a mix from his own extensive collection. You'll see them out and about reqularly at music venues and benifit concerts around the County, each showing his love of music through their own playing and singing. There show ‘So Much Music, So Little Time’ has been around since the beginning.CLOSE
Bill Meher hosts Music that killed Disco every other Sunday at 6pmCLOSE
Mr. Cureton, or "Brother Brock" as many know him by, has been a Clear Creek County resident of St. Mary's Glacier for 28 years now. Brock is native to the city of Seattle and relocated to Idaho Springs in 1985, working in the banking industry.
Brock is an avid Studebaker truck collector and refurbisher, sells antique auto parts (predominantly Studebaker parts), and collects antique radios. Mr. Cureton is an honored Casey Family for Youth Alumni and an African American DeMolay. His show is ‘Brocolicious 300 special’, every other Thursday at 6pm
Dave hitchhiked into Idaho Springs in the spring of 1983 with about 20 bucks, got a job at the Hot Springs and never looked back.
...dave also has the uncanny abilty to write sterling reviews about himself and his spectacular shows! His shows include ‘Dave’s Dead’, ‘Bag of Tricks’, and The Best Music in the World’.
DeDe, The Mistress of Music is a long time volunteer at the Goat, She had her own show for years, took a little hiatus and now subs for Bob and Gary monthly on ‘So Much Music, So Little Time’. We are fortunate to have her back.CLOSE
Eric Steele's show is "Gravity and it airs every other Saturday at 4pmCLOSE
Kim is on the air every other Sunday at 9am with "Side Roads"CLOSE
Sol's show is Space Hippy Jams every other Thursday at 8pmCLOSE
Jim hails from The Big Apple and his show is Peace Train on Tuesdays at 3pmCLOSE
Jim is a professional Jazz guitarist and co- host on Blu-Jazz. Every Thursday with Doug GliddenCLOSE
I started accumulating music when I bought my first reel-to-reel tape deck in 1965. Since then, I have basically started over twice as I migrated to cassettes and then to digital (in the form of CDs at first, then just files on my hard-drive.) The list of music I do not like is much shorter than the one of music I do like. You will not hear Disco, Opera, or Improvisational Jazz on my show. Almost anything else is possible. John’s shows are Quantum Music, Keep your Ears Open, Sets by the Handful, Great American Song Book and The 60’s Show. Prolific!CLOSE
Louis is a professional New Age artist, who occasionally does Tranquil Moments on SundaysCLOSE
Jac's show is JacAttack 4pm SundaysCLOSE
Mark runs Saturdays with "Mornings with Mozart" at 8amCLOSE
Ryan show is The Mountain Bed every otherSunday at 1pmCLOSE
"I'm Eric The Red, my show is Audible Chocolate; I'm here to provide your ears with the 'sweet' that chocolate gives your mouth"
Erics show is every other Saturday at 4pm
Doug host numerous shows including The Jazz Extravaganza, Pink Age, Saturday Night Blues, and A Night at the Goat...oh and The Musical Lava Lamp, whew!CLOSE