They have saved some very dear places and spaces to the community with their excellent work. They have been working to contain this massive fire in a valley that is windy and dry. We are all grateful to them for their work and its always good to find a way to send thanks
This past week was heart breaker for those who live in South West Montana as well as for those who live far away that have an ongoing long distance love affair with our mountain vistas and wilderness playgrounds.
It was a quiet morning in the studio. Thoughts are turning to Fall schedules and the wind down of the Summer season. MSU and local public schools are all heading back to class this week. Football frenzy has begun
Good Morning/Afternoon! It was a solid show today. This mornings show really felt good and came from a satisfied place. Enjoy the playlist. Make sure to get out to the Bozeman Public Library today from 4-7pm for a Day on the Green with music by the Hooligans. I
It is hay season in the Rockies. Ive seen the large tractors working late into the full moon nights and awake to beautiful freshly cut hay lines and big stacks of stored hay bales. The air is just a bit cooler in the morning and late at night
In honor of Rodney Crowell returning to the Moose studios this Friday at 9:30 am- Im going to repost this show interview/recap from his visit in the Fall of 2010. Rodney, Emmy Lou and Mary Chapin Carpenter will all be at the Red Ants Pants Fest this weekend in White Sulpher Springs. Enjoy, L.
Now, I know this is a rock station but on Sunday mornings I get to do a show that crosses over many lines. Basically, I get to scribble 'well' and within reason in a coloring book of my own making that has 'The MOOSE' written on the cover. This morning Rodney Crowell and I had a moment together in the studio.
Thanks to Tom Garnsey aka Capt. Vootie for joining me in the studio this morning. We talked about the Red Ants Pants Fest coming up this weekend. You can visit www.vootie.com to learn more about the festival and how to get tickets
So great to have Conrad in the studio this morning for our "Sit in Sunday Brunch." He is Bozemans own Bad Ass as coined by writer, Terry Cunningham. We talked the gamut of all things Anker. From Wind energy to the Mayo Clinics Cardio Pulmonary Research, Summiting Everest to 4th and 5th Grade Science Curriculum Outreach, MSU's Earth Sciences and Architecture and Khumbu Climbing Center, The Bozeman Fortress Ice Tower training facility/music venue, favorite music tracks, favorite trails and how fortunate we are to live where we do. As public personalities go, he is also one the kindest, nicest humans I know. Always fun to have you in the studio, Conrad. If you would like to follow all things Conrad Anker, you can do so at the following:: www.conradanker.com facebook- Conrad Anker Instagram- conradclimber ngm.nationalgeographic.com/everest neverstopexploring.com The North Face Athlete Team Captain See you next Sunday 9am-noon www.mooseradio.com Make it a great week! And as Conrad says, Be Good, Be Kind, Be Happy. L.
She has done it again. This time its an album companion to her Memoir "Diamond in the Rough". I will play every single track from this one for you this Sunday. "All Fall Down" has the same Shawn/Levinthal vibe and bookends n
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