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.
What’s Happening on Grand Junction’s Audubon Trail?
Walk the Audubon Trail on the Redlands in Grand Junction and you'll see construction underway near Connected Lakes. What's going on?
Where Will You Find Grand Jct.’s Best Motorcycle Service Shop?
Do you ride a motorcycle? Can you direct me to the best motorcycle service center in Grand Junction?
Grand Junction Prepares to Say Goodbye to Longstanding Business
If you've ever taken a photograph, it's likely you've crossed paths with this downtown Grand Junction family-owned business. After a long run, they've closed their doors, sort of.
Grand Junction Redlands’ 8 O’clock Call of the Wild
A nightly ritual takes place on the Audubon Trail in Grand Junction. Have you heard the bells chime followed by the howls each night at eight o'clock?
Mesa County Libraries Prepare to Reopen to Public
All eight Mesa County Public Library locations throughout the county plan to reopen to the public on a limited basis on Monday, June 8. What changes can you expect?
Colorado National Monument’s Saddlehorn Campground Reopens Monday
Are you ready to go camping? The wait is almost over. Here's your chance to enjoy the great outdoors without having to leave the region.
Changes Taking Effect June 1 at Grand Junction Health Clubs
As we prepare to enter Phase 2 of the COVID-19 Reopen Plan, Grand Junction area health clubs are gearing up for the changes. What will be different when Phase 2 rolls around on June 1?
Dinosaur National Monument’s Method of Gauging Social Distance
Are you struggling to maintain the mandated six-foot social distance when in public? Do you find it difficult to gauge the distance, or do you simply forget? Here's an effective way to observe social distancing guidelines courtesy of Dinosaur National Monument.
Look at These Photos from the JUCO World Series of the Past
Are you bummed out about the cancellation of this year's Junior College World Series? If you're a JUCO fan, you might enjoy a look back to the earlier days of the series via the lens of late Daily Sentinel photographer Robert Grant.
Who Was That Performing ‘Taps’ in Grand Junction Yesterday?
Did you hear someone performing "Taps" yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock? Who was that?