KUNM

Tanya Cole

Host

I grew up in Albuquerque and have been listening to KUNM for more than twenty years.  I have always been a lover of music.  WKRP in Cincinnati has a special place in my heart.  I got my start in radio in college in Oregon at KBVR Corvallis.  I dj-ed and managed the station as well.  That experience afforded me many opportunities to learn about music and broadcasting, as well as meet some great people.  I also volunteered at KBOO in Portland, OR mostly helping with live music events.  I volunteered at KUNM during 2004, mostly hosting Performance Today and the occasional Overnight Free Form.  I have recently returned as a volunteer, hosting Performance Today on Tuesdays.  I am so pleased to share in the honor of being an Afternoon Free Form host. The wealth of music to discover and enjoy is endless!

Lindy Vision

May 16, 2018

LINDY VISION LIVE Tonight we feature the Albuquerque indie rockers Lindy Vision.  Since emerging in 2014 the trio has been releasing albums & EPs at an impressive pace, and for this session they premiered newly-written songs,  along with material from their 2017 album "Jute." Recorded on May 8, 2018 by Roman Garcia,Lindy Vision are: Dee Dee Cuylear: vocals, synthNa Cuylear: guitar, vocalsCarla Cuylear: drums, vocals, sampler In-studio interview by Tanya Cole; Fifth Beatle: Jesse Mortensen. Follow Lindy Vision at www.lindyvisionmusic.com or on Facebook

La Jicarita / WordPress

Mon. 2/5 2p:  Local musician, dancer, & farmer Fidel Gonzalez is accompanied by Cristian Orellana in the Studios at KUNM on Monday (2/5/18) Afternoon Free Form.  They play a few songs and chat about music and local agriculture.  Fidel founded Moktezu Mart Market a few months ago very near to UNM.  There will be a party at the market this Wednesday, Valentine's Day with music and food. The band Los Jaraneros will perform.  Find out more on Facebook!

Fidel Gonzalez- Guitar

Cristian Orellana- Flutes

Mon. 3/6 1:30p: We'll honor World Storytelling Day Saturday, March 18th with Argentinean storyteller, Matilde Machiavello.  She will talk about a celebratory event that will be at the South Broadway Cultural Center on the 18th.  She may even share a story or two.

Tickets and info at www.southbroadwaytickets.com

Center for Southwest Research

Mon. 3/21 1:30p: UNM was founded as a coed university in 1889.  After some research at UNM, a university communications representative with the help of the librarian archivist was able to dig up this photo showing the first female graduates.  The size of the graduate class was 80 and the women got their degrees in teaching. In honor of Women's History Month, you'll hear a few selections from the KUNM library that address women's rights, struggles and history. Tune in to hear that and, of course, some terrific freeform selections.