KSFR Local
3:00 pm
Mon December 10, 2012

Bill Moyers, KSFR, KPBS vs Federal Court

PBS commentator Bill Moyers on the decision by a federal appeals court that could open the door to political advertising on some public broadcasting stations. Moyers credits KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio, and KPBS, San Diego Public TV, for opposing the decision.

Anthony ‘Ijah’ Umi grew up in southern New Mexico singing in gospel and soul groups as a child and throughout college. Ijah was a pianist for the ENMU jazz ensemble, attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, played with AZA (reggae) for several years before starting his own band Iyah in 2006. Ijah composes his own music, including vocals, keyboards and percussion. He is retired from State government and has a Master’s degree in Social Work.

Ijah founded and is currently co-host of the Iyah Music show (reggae) on KUNM at the University of New Mexico. He started Soul Notes (an eclectic mix of soulful music, including R&B, Gospel, Jazz, Hip-Hop, World Beat and more) at KSFR in 1999.

10:29 am
Tue November 27, 2012

Nights Team

10:28 am
Tue November 27, 2012

Jazz Team

I am Desiree Mays, producer of Yoga Moments on Fridays just before 5pm and Sundays just before 8am. The idea for Yoga Moments is to provide a quiet two minutes in busy times to relieve stress and provide a little food for thought.  My readings and books  come to me and cover all faiths and philosophies  from the Dalai Lama to Yoga for Chickens (visualize meditating standing on one leg, chicken-style - Tree pose for those in the know).
I produced CenterStage for years for KSFR, an interview format with music speaking to classical music people. Now I talk about the Santa Fe operas on Radio Cafe with Mary-Charlotte in the spring and summer months. Radio is fun, informative and sometimes uplifting.

Bruce Taylor Hamilton (aka "Uncle Homey" or "Joe Bob Biscuit")

More than any previous generation, we are blessed by having a vast number of musical genres available to us.. That richness is what I try to tap for each and every one of my programs.

For nearly forty years I worked in publishing, as an editor, book designer, director of a press, and judge of many book design contests. The editing and designing of a book has much in common with the process of creating music—it has flow when years of experience and an assurance are seen or heard in the final result.

Ron Hale was born in Mexico and has lived in New Mexico for over 30 years.  Ron has been doing radio since the 1960s—first at WRSN in Swarthmore, PA, then at WGDR in Plainfield, VT, and then in New Mexico at KUNM in Albuquerque and KSFR in Santa Fe, where he is part of the Acoustic Explorations team of DJ’s.  Ron has been involved with folk, bluegrass, and traditional country music since high school and college, playing guitar and singing in a number of acoustic bands—currently with the Atomic Grass bluegrass band (with fellow KSFR DJ Phil Vergamini).  Ron has a strong interest in the history of traditional American country music and in how that history is reflected and expressed in contemporary culture and music.  In his other life, Ron has worked for many years as a consultant to non

With more than a decade of experience in the world of communication Tara joined the KSFR on-air family in June of 2009 with the launch of Indigenous Foundation. She has worked as a broadcaster, newspaper reporter, photographer and documentarian across the country. She currently is a part of the live national radio show Native America Calling. 

Each Saturday from 1-3 p.m. (Mountain Time) Tara helps to unleash Indigenous Music from all over Turtle Island and beyond. Her show, INDIGENOUS FOUNDATION is where the music is the foundation of any conversation.