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Colorado's Elephant Revival returns to KSUT

Angie Barnes

The Front Range-based quintet stops by KSUT Thursday April 2 for an on-air interview and performance.
Elephant Revival marks nine years together with a 2015 tour that will take them from the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas to Red Rocks.

But for a week in early April, they're focusing on a series of shows in Durango, Telluride, and Aspen.

The band plays the Animas City Theatre April 1 and 2, and will include a stop at KSUT on their itinerary. They play live on the station Thursday the second.

Sage Cook, Bridget Law, Bonnie Paine, Daniel Rodriguez, and Dango Rose make up the Nederland- based group, which formed in 2006 out of jam sessions in Colorado and Oklahoma. Since then, they've put out four albums, including 2013's These Changing Skies.

Join us for Elephant Revival, live on KSUT, this Thursday at around 1:06 p.m.