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Join us for two live sessions Friday: Moors & McCumber at 2:06 PM; and Supertrad at 3:06


We've got an exciting afternoon planned with two live in-studio sessions, folk duo Moors and McCumber at 2:06 PM, followed by Supertrad from Glascow, Scotland at 3:06, both hosted by Susie B. 

Multi-instrumentalists James Moors and Kort McCumber grew up in different places and listening to different kinds of music - classical, rock, bluegrass, you name it. But when they met 10 years ago at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Song School, they knew they'd found something golden. Since then, they've been cultivating their wide-ranging musical influences in songs that delve into love and life through haunting lyrics, soaring harmonies, and dazzling instrumental proficiency. 

Kort and McCumber will join Susie B at 2:06 PM for a KSUT session on Friday, 3/8. The duo play Friday night at the Pagosa Springs High School in a benefit for the Ruby Sisson Library. Tickets available at the door. 

Supertrad from Glascow, Scotland, will perform live on KSUT at 3:06 PM.

The lads that make up Supertrad, performed at the Durango Celtic Festival two years ago as the band Barrule. Tomas Callister, Adam Rhodes & Paddy Callaghan took the stage by storm, and Durango fans have been eager for their return. They're back as Supertrad, and festival headliners. They'll join Susie B at 3:06 for a rousing in-studio session. The Durango Celtic Festival continues through Sunday at the Henry Strater Theatre, and the Irish Embassy. Tickets and information are at durangocelticfestival.com.  

KSUT's in-studio sessions are generously supported by The Greenery. 


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