Is Waylon my real name? Yes. I was born and raised in Grand Junction, and plan to stay here forever. After 15 years of touring with Country bands, I decided to get legit and find a way to play Country music all day without having to live in a van. When not on the radio, I love performing with the Desert Flyer Band, The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, The Western Colorado Jazz Orchestra, Cool Jazz, The Frank Bregar Orchestra, Hot Tub Jazz, Clark Gualt’s Swing City Express, and Javier De Los Santos Mariachi San Jose. When not performing music with my groups, I love telling you about all the live music going on around the Western Colorado.
Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Searching for Missing 15-Year-Old
The Mesa County Sheriff’s asks your help in locating a missing 15-year-old from Grand Junction. Have you seen Cynthia Avila?
POLL: Grand Junction’s Best Place for ‘Eat What You Want Day’?
National "Eat What You Want Day" is coming up this Tuesday, May 11. When Tuesday rolls around, where do you plan to celebrate and "eat what you want"?
Paddle Board Sunset Yoga is a Thing In Grand Junction
Paddle Board Sunset Yoga is a real thing and you can find it in Grand Junction. Here are my top five reasons why you should participate.
New Grand Junction Club/Restaurant Will Undoubtedly Be Awesome
A new club/restaurant is coming to downtown Grand Junction, and there's every indication it will be extraordinary. I don't know about you, but to my ears, this is precisely what the doctor ordered.
Recently Unearthed Photos of Colorado’s Kanarado Mine
Do you recall ever hearing about the Kanarado Mine located just outside of Gateway, Colorado? I don't, and I was born and raised here.
Seasonal Grand Junction Job May be the Opportunity of Your Dreams
The City of Grand Junction is looking to hire someone for a 40-hour per week seasonal forestry job. This may be precisely the opportunity you've been looking for.
International Firefighter’s Day – GJ Firefighters of the Past
Today, May 4, 2021, is International Firefighter's Day. Celebrate with this short video featuring Bob Grant photos of Grand Junction firefighters from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Do You Recognize This Downtown Grand Junction Mail Thief?
Do you recognize this person? The video was captured by a Ring device at a Downtown Grand Junction home.
Colorado’s COVID Bandit Strikes Again – Leaves a Whopper of a Tip
The COVID Bandit has returned, bringing with him the reminder that "COVID sucks." Per his usual modus operandi, he visited a Colorado restaurant, leaving behind a very generous gratuity.
Rafting the Dolores River West of Gateway May Have to Wait
Have you visited the Dolores River lately? If you're looking to get on the water, you might have to wait.