97.3 KBCO will rlease 17 new songs exclusively performed live on the air in the station’s performing studio, KBCO Studio C. KBCO Studio C Volume 33 will go on sale starting at 7am, December 4th at five select Front Range Colorado Whole Foods Market locations.
The resurgence of live music with bands back on the road meant the return of live on-air performances at KBCO Studio C! This year’s release includes 6 songs recorded this summer and 11 unreleased gems pulled from the extensive archive that spans 33 years of performances from KBCO Studio C.
The KBCO Studio C Charity CD series is an annual tradition and a coveted collector’s item that makes the perfect holiday gift for music lovers. KBCO Studio C Volume 33 will be sold for $12.00 on December 4th at select Colorado Whole Foods Market locations.
97.3 KBCO handpicks a wide variety of songs from artists, who donate their time and talent, for the world famous KBCO Studio C charity CD Series.
Proceeds from the sale of the KBCO Studio C Volume 33 CD will benefit the Boulder County AIDS Project and Food Bank of the Rockies. “Boulder County AIDS Project is grateful and honored to be a beneficiary of 97.3 KBCO Studio C Volume 33! We know 2021 has been challenging in many ways for businesses, nonprofits, and community members. KBCO's continued partnership with BCAP is especially meaningful this year, and will help BCAP continue to meet the increased needs we are seeing among people we serve who are living with HIV or at risk of acquiring HIV and/or hepatitis C." says Frank O’Caña, BCAP’s Executive Director.
“During another year of unpredictability and historic challenges for Food Bank of the Rockies and the communities we serve, KBCO and their listeners have answered the call and stepped up to help in impressive, inspiring ways. Hunger is a cruel companion, and right now an alarming number of our neighbors are experiencing food insecurity. By purchasing the KBCO Studio C CD this year, you are helping alleviate some of that hunger. We are so grateful to the musicians, KBCO, and you: Because you care, Food Bank of the Rockies is able to serve more people than ever in our 43-year history. And with your help, we will continue to answer the challenge of hunger in our communities. Thank you!” – Erin Pulling, President and CEO, Food Bank of the Rockies
– Erin Pulling, President and CEO, Food Bank of the Rockies
KBCO Studio C Volume 33 CD:
The Record Company “How High”
Jackson Browne “In the Shape of a Heart”
Lisa Loeb “Stay (I Missed You)”
Caamp “By and By”
Dawes “Time Spent in Los Angeles”
Black Pumas “Colors”
Collective Soul “Shine”
Sara Kays “Remember That Night”
Lord Huron “Fool for Love”
Brandon Flowers “Crossfire”
Dermot Kennedy “Outnumbered”
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals “Paris (Ooh La La)”
Donavan Frankenreiter “Big Wave”
Amos Lee “Worry No More”
Wallflowers “One Headlight”
Mary Chapin Carpenter “I Was a Bird”
Jackie Greene “I’m So Gone”