KSFR along with Southwest Roots Music and DD Productions present the legendary Taj Mahal and his trio at the Lensic on Sunday, May 24th at 7:30 pm. With more than 40 albums to his credit, Taj Mahal has played a vital role in preserving traditional blues and African-American roots music for four decades.
A famously versatile musical chameleon, Taj has tapped into Hawaiian music, Caribbean rhythms, African forms, American folk, you name it — always remaining true to rootsy traditions yet infusing all with a deep blues that is central to his sound and soul.
MONDAY, April 20: It's clear now, it's not just an oil price drop, but an oil price war, being waged by Saudi Arabia. Among the targets: the new generation of NM shale oil drillers that have made the United States at least temporarily energy-sufficient. Economist Daniel Fine of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy has a petroleum battlefield report. HERE AND THERE, right after the 5 o'clock news.
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KSFR Radio 101.1FM is looking for you! Our interns receive professional training, hands-on mentoring and school credit. They learn-by-doing, covering the communities, issues or activities that interest them as well as our listeners.
Award-Winning Journalists to Lead KSFR's News Team
Santa Fe, N.M. -- KSFR’s live coverage of Santa Fe’s municipal elections 2014 marked the debut of the public radio station’s new news directing team, Dave Marash and Zélie Pollon.
Dave Marash has worked in all news media and is the winner of eleven Emmy awards, an overseas Press Club award and a DuPont award, among others. He has covered war, terrorism, international health, and a myriad of national and local issues.