We’ve got to admit, we’re getting greener — a little greener all the time!
Kaslo Jazz is working hard to reduce its environmental footprint. For example, as of this year, no more nasty plastic water bottles are being sold on the festival site!
Here’s a quick chat with two young women — Andie from Toronto, and Claire from Saskatoon —volunteering at one of the Kaslo Jazz Etc.’s waste stations — their take on the planet’s future, and the differences between big city and small town approaches to things like pollution and garbage are well worth a listen!
RADIO FREE KASLO host Randy Morse in conversation with renowned choral conductor Eva Bostrand, who is leading a workshop this week in Kaslo, culminating in a concert at St. Andrew’s United Church Saturday, July 27, at 7:30 PM.
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, founder of Kaslo Guitar Fest David Stewart chats with host Randy Morse about the origins of the Fest and what to look forward to July 15—20., during this year’s edition. This podcast features live music as well as some beautiful classical guitar recordings. Enjoy!
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse is joined by Colorado-based singer-songwriter, Jeremy Facknitz.
Join them for a fascinating conversation and some lovely original music, recorded live in the RFK studio.
Plus, a reminder that you need to help pack the Langham Theatre this Canada Day — at Noon on Monday, July 1, for a Kootenay Co-op Radio fundraiser and live recording of an hour-long Radio Free Kaslo Special, featuring The Spotted Owls & Friends. A fantastic way to kick off the big day, have a blast, help raise some money for our very own public broadcaster, and BONUS, you’ll be on the radio!!
Today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast highlights Kaslo 2019 May Days celebrations, punctuated by a conversation with three of my Spotted Owls bandmates — Tenise Marie, Connor Oswald, and Steven Lee — you can catch the Owls live on Saturday, May 18, 1PM as Kaslo’s Vimy Park gazebo — hope to see you there!