Dave Matthews Band And The Sound Of Settling At 13, I began turning my childhood bedroom into a reliquary for the Dave Matthews Band. Subway-sized posters hung from the popcorn ceilings with images of Matthews singing from the stage of the Tibetan Freedom Concert or his band ambling through the forest on a hazy, gray day. On one wall, a massive matted frame held torn ticket stubs, snapshots of the stage I took while following the band on a winter...

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Morning Line with Danny & Frank, Weekdays 6:00 - 9:00 am

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Todays guest on Morning Line featured Neil Chandler, manager of the Soldiers Heart Program at the Southcentral Foundation. He spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about an upcoming training aimed at veterans.


As Heard on Morning Line: Identity, Inc.

Jun 11, 2018
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Today’s guests on Morning Line featured JJ Harrier and Shelby Wilson from Indentity, a statewide LGBT organization that aims to advance Alaska’s LGBT community through advocacy, education and connectivity. They spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about Anchorage Pride Week.

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured Katie St. John, the Director of Programs and Grants at the Alaska Community Foundation and Vanessa Meade, a Clinical Asistant Professor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage School of Social Work. They spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about the Alaska Women Veterans Listening Session.

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Carol Atkinson, an alumni of Anchorage Highschool, the very first high school in Anchorage.

Since its conception on January 28, 1939, the school served as the only high school in Anchorage until 1963, when East High School opened. "If we had a basketball game, the whole town turned out it seemed. It was so exciting to go to school here in Anchorage." Eventually, Anchorage High school was later renamed West High School 

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Dana Diehl, the Director of Wellness and Prevention at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.  She spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about Garden of Roses, a camp for girls who are survivors of sexual abuse.

August 3-5, 2018

KNBA Video of the Day

Live In-Studio

Chugiak artist comes home!  Chelsea Berry is back home in Alaska for a few shows with Jeffrey Foucault and we had the opportunity to bring her Live In-Studio to hear more of her story, music and more. Learn about her roots in Alaska, her first shows at the Anchorage Folk Festival and where the name Wanderbird comes from... Thanks to Whistling Swan Productions.

Paco arrived at the KNBA studio's ready to celebrate 30 years of traveling and playing songs with his buddy Tim Easton. A new album recorded direct to lacquer showcases Paco's tenor and Tim's talent. In our session we'll hear more about how they met, ways they bonded, the travels and... what the heck is a Melodic Polaroid? Paco, Tim... Welcome Home!

The Alaska Room at the 2018 Folk Alliance conference, in Kansas City, MO, was a great reason for KNBA to test some new equipment used for 'remote' broadcasts.  Michael Howard led the live music from Alaskans attending the big event down south!

Live In-Studio: Ray Troll and The Ratfish Wranglers

Feb 16, 2018

Whitehorse, Yukon is home for Gordie Tentrees. His days could be filled with family, hockey, skiing, running or he just might hit the road and tour through small towns and cities where he brings the characters and the character of the road to music. His newest project features Jaxson Haldane on a CD called Grit, showcasing the real, raw sound of a Gordie Tentrees performance. Since 2014 he's played 550 shows in 11 different countries, but when you meet him you feel like he's your good neighbor friend who plays music at your favorite hole in the wall.