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.
Apparently It Takes a Natural Disaster to Shutdown Colorado’s Royal Gorge Bridge
Colorado's incredible Royal Gorge Bridge & Park is open seven days a week, 365 days a year. Does it ever close? If so, what has to happen in order for it to shut down?
23 Random Facts You Probably Don’t Know About Colorado’s Eisenhower Tunnel
Colorado's amazing Eisenhower Tunnel is celebrating a birthday, and it's a biggie. That's right, this unbelievable achievement is turning the "Big 5-0." In honor of its birthday, here are a handful of random facts about the Eisenhower Tunnel.
Colorado’s Picks For The Best of +85 Oreo Cookie Varieties
Today, Monday, March 6, 2023, is National Oreo Cookie Day. Visit your local Colorado grocery store and you'll find more varieties of Oreos than you can imagine. Since most of us can't afford to buy them all, which variety is your pick?
Locally Produced Flower Shop Now Open in Downtown Grand Junction
A new shop offering 100% local and American-grown seasonal flowers is now open in downtown Grand Junction, Colorado. If you're looking to adorn your home or special event with flowers from family-run farms, this is the place for you.
You Really Need to See One of Colorado’s Youngest Ghost Towns
There's a ghost town in northern Colorado that's fairly young. While no one lives in this tiny abandoned town, some of the structures look to be somewhat contemporary, and a few graves are fairly recent. What happened to Keota, Colorado?
Restaurants in Western Colorado So Good They Deserve to Be Franchised
Have you encountered a restaurant in the Grand Junction, Colorado area so unbelievably awesome it needs to be shared with everyone? Here's a look at your picks for awesome Grand Junction area restaurants needing to be franchised.
4 Small Colorado Towns Rich In Millionaires
You'd be surprised where you'll find millionaires these days. They're popping up in smaller towns across the United States. Not long ago, four Colorado towns made the list of the top 25 towns with big millionaire populations.
Collbran Colorado ‘OMG’ Grain Silo Airbnb For $77 per Night
Are you ready for a Colorado mountain getaway so awesome you'll need a 4X4 just to get to it in the winter? This silo has everything you need, all for $77 per night.
These Photos Show Some of Colorado’s Most Accident Prone
How's your Monday going? Mine got off to a horrific start. It looks as though I'm not alone. Here's a short gallery of photos from Grand Junction, Colorado's past featuring people who probably wish they'd stayed in bed.
Zero Degree Hike To Abandoned Colorado Mine Loaded With Nope
Imagine taking a Colorado hike including gorgeous basins, ghost towns, streams, abandoned mines, and remarkable views. Now imagine doing it in zero-degree temperatures.