Keep your finger on the musical pulse. The Sounds of Now spotlights standout tracks that excite us here at KHOL. These songs are featured weekdays between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The experienced Jackson musician discusses his admiration of author Ed Abbey, creating natural soundscapes and making music surrounded by his family’s history in Ohio.
The longtime Jackson music man discusses his formative years in Boston, tenure as a Hootenanny regular and deep love for western music.
Music therapist Hilary Camino and community relations director Beth Furlong from St. John’s Living Center discuss the benefits of music therapy for patients.
The Salt Lake City native discusses a major life change, his unique brand of country music and the psychology in his songwriting.
The local band discusses their love for reggae, the mountains they call home and the ski bum lifestyle.
The local musician discusses her love for the outdoors, connecting with her fans, and the inspiration she draws from the local community.
Our team of music lovers has put our heads and ears together to bring you a biased and completely un-objective collection of our favorite music of 2020.
The local musician discusses the challenges of the transient lifestyle, doing everything on his own, and the making of his third full length album.
The local musician discusses coming home to Jackson, his lifelong project, Canyon Kids, and making sense of these strange times.