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.
Take a Look at Some of Western Colorado’s Best Christmas Trees
Would you like to take a gander at some of the best Christmas trees in Western Colorado? Would you prefer not to get busted for breaking and entering while you do it? Here's a place where you can see several Grand Junction area trees all decked out for the holiday.
‘Letters to Santa’ Returns to Grand Junction Television
What started out as a blog has turned into the rejuvenation of a Western Colorado Christmas fixture. After a long hiatus, "Letters to Santa" will return to the airwaves in Grand Junction.
Five Reasons to Donate to a Grand Junction Angel Tree
Have you seen the various angel trees around Western Colorado? Have you considered donating to one?
Western Colorado Chain Restaurants Offer $1 Holiday Drink in December
It's that jolly time of year. Getting a very interesting adult beverage makes it even jollier. Check out the December $1 drink special at these Western Colorado restaurants.
Now That We Have Snow – Visit the Old Kiln Trail
Now that we have snow, it's time to enjoy this awesome, and very easy, hike. A visit to the Old Kiln trail is always good, but new snow makes it even better.
Western Colorado Musician Todd Farr Passes Away
Todd Farr, a well-known Western Colorado musician, passed away last Friday (November 30).
What’s Happening at Grand Junction Burger King at 1st and White?
If you swing by the Burger King at 1st and White in Grand Junction, you'll see a land development application sign. What's happening? They aren't going to tear down the Burger King, are they?
Saying Goodbye to Grand Junction’s Lois’ Place After 28 Years
Today is the final day of business for this family-owned Grand Junction restaurant. It's time to say goodbye to Lois' Place, a popular Western Colorado breakfast and lunch restaurant for the last 28 years.
This Grand Junction Christmas Tradition Needs to Return in 2018
Do you remember the Grand Junction television show "Letters to Santa"? The show aired on a local television station back in the 1970s and 80s? Chances are either you or someone you know probably appeared on the show.
Grand Junction Parades – Bob Grant Photos From the Past
The 36th Annual Grand Junction Parade of Lights is coming up this Saturday, December 1. Main Street has hosted a number of great parades over the decades. Take a look at a few from years past via the lens of Robert Grant.