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.
Dress Up Your Musical Instrument at This Grand Junction Shop
Do you want to turn your musical instrument into a work of art? Can you believe you can have this done in Grand Junction? Check out the video below.
Downtown Assisted Living Empty After Short Run in Grand Junction
Have you seen Downtown Assisted Living, the facility that opened a few months ago in Grand Junction?
Spring Weeds 2019: Grand Junction Yards Under Siege
Did you turn your back for instant only to discover your yard has been conquered by weeds? This happened to me, and in the blink of an eye.
Grand Junction Shelter Needs Your Help to Feed Hungry Kitties
A Grand Junction animal shelter is in need of food donations. Can you help out?
Western Colorado Campground Opens for the Season
Ready, set, camp! The Green River Campground at the Dinosaur National Monument opens today, Friday, April 12, 2019.
Celebrating ‘Pet Day’ With 40 Years of Family Pets
It's "Pet Day." Here's a look back at 40 years of Jordan family pets, all of which came from Grand Junction's humane society.
What is Colorado’s Most Popular Easter Candy?
I'll give you a hint: It's not Peeps. For some reason, it seems there's been an outbreak of pure contempt for poor little Peeps. What, then, is Colorado's #1 Easter candy?
Former Grand Junction Violinist Returns for Free Easter Concert
This Easter, get the family together and attend a free concert presented by the Messiah Choral Society of Grand Junction. A former Concert Master of the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra will return to the valley to perform for this special event.
Is ‘Making Change’ a Lost Art in Grand Junction?
Do you ever pay for your purchases with cash? When you do pay cash, does it seem as if making change presents a conundrum?
New Grand Junction Sporting Goods Store Hosting Hiring Event
There's a new kid in town, and they're hiring. Are you looking for a gig? Make plans to attend this hiring event. There are a few things you need to know first.