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The final day of the KSUT Spring Membership Drive!

The membership drive comes to a big close today! Your pledge of support to KSUT could send you to this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
KSUT's annual tradition of sending a listener/member and one guest to the  New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival continues! Support public radio and you could head to the Big Easy to see hundreds of incredible music acts perform live.
 

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The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, also known as Jazz Fest, has been held every year since 1970. This year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival includes The Who,Wilco, Ryan Adams, Beausoleil, Buddy Guy, Dr. John, and hundreds more!

Pledge your support for KSUT, and you could find yourself in the crowd!

We'll draw for the grand prize at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday.

The winner of our Spring Membership Drive Grand Prize Package will receive:

  • A pair of 3-day passes to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
  • Five nights of lodging at the Prince Conti Hotel in the French Quarter
  • Round-trip travel from Durango (travel dates are April 22-26, 2015)
  • Brass Pass Access to the WWOZ Radio Hospitality VIP Tent

Special U2 CD premium available all day! For your pledge of $84 or more - just $7 a month - pick up a deluxe edition of U2's new album Songs of Innocence.

In studio Tuesday: Dan Peha and Elwin Johnston of Durango Bluesgrass Meltdown; Chuck Norton of Norton's Catering; and Mary Oswald of the Rotary Club of Durango Daybreak.

Special programming at noon Tuesday: Van Morrison "Duets" - Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the Irish Heartbeat of Van Morrison and the new duets he recorded with his friends.

KSUT thanks our day sponsor, Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors

KSUT would like to thank Durangourmet for lunch.

A big thanks to all of our individual and business members for supporting KSUT Public Radio. And to our dedicated phone volunteers!