Episode 30 of the Artist Profile features the LET THEM ROAR from Carbondale Colorado.
Let them Roar is a band from Carbondale Colorado that has been playing since 2010. They join Lucas Turner in the studio to play some songs and talk about songwriting, practice, recording, and following your passion!
LET THEM ROAR began with Olivia Pevec, Frank Martin, Mateo Sandate, and Bob Dylan. It turned a bit country because Olivia’s voice was twangy from doing ranch work, and the boys know great music when they hear it. Soon Ashton Taufer , a Berklee man on bass, and Aaron Taylor, jazz drummer extraordinaire joined in for a show at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale Colorado.
A band was most certainly born! LET THEM ROAR has played Carbondales’ Mountain Fair, Potato Days Fest, Sopris Music Fest, Glenwoods’ Summer Series of Music, Strawberry Days Fest, Fruita Fall Festival, Red-White-Brews Fest, the PAC 3, and the Belly Up Aspen.
In this episode of the Aspen Real Life podcast, Jillian sits down with Megan Bryant, Director of Outreach and Development for The Shining Stars Foundation, talks of one of their major fundraisers this summer, Wine, Women & Shoes, taking place July 6th, 2017.
Shining Stars Foundation is an Aspen-based nonprofit that has given hope to over 700 pediatric cancer patients and their families nationwide, through 60+ annual events and programs. At Shining Stars, they help kids move from simply surviving cancer to truly living again. Attend a great event and change a life!
The Shining Stars Foundation provides year-round services centered around unique recreational and social activities, including: adaptive skiing/snowboarding, outdoor education, adventure sports, music, cultural and community events, animal based therapy, and more. Services are delivered through overnight, week-long programs and single day events.
In this fascinating episode of Because of You, Outdoor Education student Matthew Fisher talks to whitewater legend Roger Paris, who was crucial in laying the foundation for CMC’s Outdoor Education program. Joining the conversation is Johann Aberger, the current Director of Outdoor Education.
Roger talks about growing up under German occupation in northern France during World War 2, seeing bridges in his town blown up by German, British, and US bombs. He also discusses his background in outdoor adventures, and how he first came to Carbondale, Colorado in 1964.
Roger worked for CRMS for 15 years, teaching outdoor studies such as mountaineering, and he coached the ski team. In 1980, Roger started working for Colorado Mountain College in the outdoor program. He was crucial in developing the program in its early days, as well as laying the foundaiton for what the program has become today.
Aspen Entrepreneurs Podcast Episode 5 with RJ Gallagher, Founding and Managing Partner for Forte International
In this episode Skippy Mesirow interviews RJ Gallagher, Founding and Managing Partner for Forte International. He is responsible for all of the day-to-day operations of Forte and its overall performance.
Prior to Forte, R.J. was the Founder and President of Gallagher Sharp West in Aspen from 1991 until 200, when GSW became Forte International.
GSW was a pioneering organization, implementing successful marketing, sales, communications and design programs for high-end real estate projects and select clients in the resort, entertainment, hospitality, travel industries. During that time GSW provided services for some of the finest projects throughout the United States and Mexico, generating over $14 billion in sales revenues. GSW also provided services within the entertainment, resort, luxury hospitality and professional sports franchise industries on a global level.
RadioQuest Episode 1 With Ash Brady, Christopher Fisher, Liam Moyer, Madeleine Kamberg, and Skylar Cashin
Here it is! Our long awaited first episode of RadioQuest, a Dungeons and Dragons podcast made by the students of Colorado Mountain College.
Dungeon Master Ash sets the scene in the village of Farlind. The party spends their time competing in events, gambling, and drinking away their sorrows, meanwhile something sinister lurks in amongst the festival…will they be able to sober up and save the day in time? Listen to Episode 1 to find out!
More episodes of RadioQuest are on the way! Check back soon for Episode 2!
This is a shiny new podcast called “Basalt Talks” Made in collaboration with LEMedia.
This week’s guests are Gyles Thornley, Sara Tie, and Heather Henry, three founders of Connect One Design. They discuss the creation of Midland Park and their perspective on future projects in Basalt as well. They are joined by Rodney O’Burn from The Plantium and Lemuel Bolaños of LEMedia.
This and future episodes will feature conversations surrounding the community of Basalt with those who live, work and play in the area. To listen to this or any of our other podcasts, head over to radiocmc.com/podcasts
More about CONNECT ONE DESIGN
“At Connect One we plan and design fun spaces, living spaces, public spaces and huge tracts of land that bring together and bring out the best in our human nature. Our fun spaces are those of your childhood, secret places of discovery and imagination that you will remember well into adulthood. Our public spaces are steeped like a good cup of tea in the essence of your community, reflecting who you are and who you want to be. Our living spaces are meant to be shared liberally with friends and family.” Read more at connect1design.com/who
Eight years ago the founding fathers of 4AM set forth to local bars and found garage rock & tasty 80s jams to be entirely lacking from live bands’ setlists. Hardened with resolve, determined to change the local music scene, these patron saints of rock set forth to forge in the fiery vats of grunge, hair metal, & 80s pop a band that could replicate with the theatrics of the most detested and infamous 80s rock groups the entire 80s Training Montage Playlist and the most challenging, complex, 80s favorites that no local band dare play.
After years of perfecting the dynamic rock jams herein described, from Rifle to Eagle to Snowmass, at all types of events, charities, parties, clubs, and corporate events, masses formed at the foot of stages, the buzz of rock’s anticipation spread throughout the valley, and a music scene of the highest, most discriminating standards was born. And so this is how 4AM THE BAND came to be.
In this installment of Because of You, RadioCMC talks to Debi Martinez-Brun and Janeth Niebla about their involvement with Upward Bound, the Valley Settlement Project, and other projects centered around diversity and inclusivity during their time at Colorado Mountain College.
Alice In Wonderland performed by students from CMC’s Theatre Club
Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carol was recorded in RadioCMC’s Spring Valley studio as a collaboration with the CMC Theatre Club.
Directed by Scott Elmore
Sound Engineered by Lucas Turner
Sound FX by Meredith Dusenbery
The Cast of Alice In Wonderland features:
Hadley Hiebert as Alice Lylah Purpus as The White Rabbit and the Queen of Hearts Evan Piccolo as The Caterpillar, the Frog Footman, and the Duchess’ Cook JD Miller as the Mad Hatter, and the Fish Footman Aiden Wiehman as the March Hare Suzie Brady as the Cheshire Cat and the Mock Turtle Meredith Dusenbery as the Duchess, the Doormouse, and Alice’s Sister Alex Frost as The King of Hearts
Episode 8 of Aspen Real Life with Jeff Patterson of Aspen Success Coaching.
Jillian Livingston of Aspen Real Life interviews Jeff Patterson of Aspen Success Coaching. Jeff helps his clients create a vision for what’s possible and overthrow the tyranny of limiting beliefs that often have people play small.
Jeff is known for his profound level of listening and keen awareness that give him a unique ability to see what others can’t and to cuts to the heart of even the most complex matters. Check out Jeff’s website at aspensuccesscoaching.com.