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What’s playing on your radio?

Daily Staff Report
Vail, CO, Colorado

KZYR 97.7, KSNO 93.5/103.9

1. “Don’t You Evah,” by Spoon

2. “Say,” by John Mayer

3. “Realize,” by Colbie Callait

4. “Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution,” by Black Crowes

5. “Real Women,” by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

6. “How Easy,” by Big Head Todd And The Monsters

7. “Saving My Face,” by K.T. Tunstall

8. “Invisible Man,” by Joe Jackson

9. “Jigsaw Falling Into Place,” by Radiohead

10. “If I Had Eyes,” by Jack Johnson

11. “Love Is Free,” by Sheryl Crow

12. “All I Know,” by Collective Soul

13. “Everybody Knows,” by Ryan Adams

14. “In the Colors,” by Ben Harper

15. “Up all Night,” by Widespread Panic

16. “Girls in Their Summer Clothes,” by Bruce Springsteen

17. “Hard Sun,” by Eddie Vedder

18. “Busy Being Fabulous,” by the Eagles

19. “Creedence Song,” by John Fogerty

20. “Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On),” by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

KLNX-LP 107.9

(The following playlist is for “Jamie and Tommy’s Killer Metal Show,” which airs every Sunday on Radio Free Minturn 107.9 KLNX-LP.)

1. “Damage Control Freak,” by Most Precious Blood

2. “The Impaler,” by Winds of Plague

3. “Friends, Family, Forever,” by Death Before Dishonor

4. “The Flame,” by Chimaira

5. “This Calling,” by All That Remains

6. “Bleed The Fifth,” by Divine Heresy

7. “Tunguska,” by Darkest Hour

8. “Deception,” by As I Lay Dying

9. “When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong,” by Emmure

10. “Grim Heart/Black Rose,” by Converge

11. “Sympathy Orchestra,” by Bury Your Dead

12. “The Mirror’s Truth,” by In Flames

13. “Edgecrusher,” by Fear Factory

14. “Downstroy,” by Soulfly

15. “One,” by Metallica

16. “Hear This Prayer For Her,” by Kingdom of Sorrow

17. “Forlorn Skies,” by Heaven Shall Burn

18. “Murder,” by Horse the Band

19. “Doomsayer,” by Hatebreed

20. “Black Santa,” by The Red Chord

KCMV 106.3, 106.9, 104.1

1. “Too Good for Me,” by Back Door Slam

2. “Whose Authority,” by Nada Surf

3. “Her Own Kinda Woman,” by Big Head Todd and The Monsters

4. “Stop the Bus,” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

5. “Saving My Face,” by K.T. Tunstall

6. “Don’t You Evah,” by Spoon

7. “American Television,” by Ben Lee

8. “Go On,” by Jack Johnson

9. “You Can’t Count On Me,” by Counting Crows

10. “Supernatural Superserious,” by R.E.M.

11. “Rumors,” by Josh Ritter

12. “Northbound Trail,” by Mother Truckers

13. “I’m Still Here,” by Paul Thorn

14. “Detours,” by Sheryl Crow

15. “Already Free,” by Stuart Davis

16. “Get Back Up,” by The Bridge

17. “Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution,” by Black Crowes

18. “Girls in Their Summer Clothes,” by Bruce Springsteen

19. “New York (single),” by Cat Power

20. “Busy Being Fabulous,” by the Eagles

KSKE 104.7, 100.7

1. “Cleaning This Gun (Come On In),” by Rodney Atkins

2. “Ready, Set, Don’t Go,” by Billy Ray Cyrus with Miley Cyrus

3. “Winner at a Losing Game,” by Rascal Flatts

4. “Shiftwork,” by Kenny Chesney with George Strait

5. “A Letter to Me,” by Brad Paisley

6. “All American Girl,” by Carrie Underwood

7. “Small Town Southern Man,” by Alan Jackson

8. “Stealing Cinderella,” by Chuck Wicks

9. “Watching Airplanes,” by Gary Allan

10. “International Harvester,” by Craig Morgan

11. “God Must Be Busy,” by Brooks and Dunn

12. “I Saw God Today,” by George Strait

13. “It’s Good To Be Us,” by Bucky Covington

14. “Laughed Until We Cried,” by Jason Aldean

15. “What Kinda Gone,” by Chris Cagle

16. “Our Song,” by Taylor Swift

17. “What Do Ya Think About That,” by Montgomery Gentry

18. “So Small,” by Carrie Underwood

19. “Stay,” by Sugarland

20. “Everybody,” by Keith Urban


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