Colorado community station KAFM has joined the VuHaus Group’s “NPR Live Sessions” project. The Grand Junction, Colo.-based station will have a page on the project site featuring unquie, local music video content.
The non-profit Grand Valley Public Radio Co. Inc. owns the volunteer-run KAFM, which is heard on 88.1 MHz in Grand Junction and 96.9 MHz in Palisade, Colo.
“We are thrilled to be joining so many well-respected radio stations across the country and NPR Music’s ‘Live Sessions’ that support musicians and their craft,” stated Cyrene Jagger, KAFM executive director.
VuHaus is a non-profit organization focused on connecting public radio’s music discovery stations with artists and audiences across the country. It manages the NRP Music “Live Sessions” website, curating music from 21 public radio stations across the county, including WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, WMOT and WNXP in Nashville, and Mountain State in West Virginia.