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97.3FM KBCO Announces KBCO Studio C Volume 35!


97.3 KBCO will release 18 new gifts for the holiday season exclusively performed live on the air in the station’s performance studio, KBCO Studio C. KBCO Studio C Volume 35 will go on sale starting at 7am, December 2nd at five select Front Range Colorado Whole Foods Market locations.


This new release is the latest from the KBCO Studio C CD series, an annual tradition and a coveted collector’s item that makes the perfect holiday gift for music lovers.


The CD, courtesy of Breckenridge Brewery, will be sold for $12.00 on December 2nd only at the five Colorado Whole Foods Market locations listed below.


Proceeds from the sale of the KBCO Studio C Volume 35 CD will benefit Boulder County AIDS Project and Food Bank of the Rockies.


“Boulder County AIDS Project is very proud of our decades-long partnership with 97.3 FM KBCO to raise awareness and funds for HIV Services in Colorado. Since opening our doors in 1985, BCAP's vision has remained the same. Until there is a cure, BCAP works to improve the lives of people living with HIV, minimize transmission, and end stigma. Proceeds from the sale of Studio C Volume 35 will help BCAP continue to provide and expand essential services to people living with HIV and people at risk of acquiring HIV and/or hepatitis C. A huge shout out of gratitude to 97.3 FM KBCO for their hard work all year long putting together this year's CD and to each music lover who purchases one. Your support of BCAP's mission is so very much appreciated," says Frank O’Caña, BCAP’s Executive Director.


“At Food Bank of the Rockies, our mission is to ignite the power of community to nourish people facing hunger, and it’s our partners – like KBCO and its listeners – who make that possible. The Food Bank is still responding to a higher need for food assistance compared to pre-COVID levels, distributing enough food every day for more than 180,000 meals for our neighbors in need. By purchasing the KBCO Studio C CD this year, you are helping us answer the challenge of hunger. Thank you for ensuring children, families, and older adults have access to nutritious food when they need it,” said Erin Pulling, Food Bank of the Rockies President and CEO.


Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires “If We Were Vampires”

Phoenix “Tonight”

Marcus Mumford “Better Off High”

Brandy Clark “Dear Insecurity”

Billy Strings “Red Daisy”

Briston Maroney “Body”

Tyler Childers “Whitehouse Road”

The Heavy Heavy “Go Down River”

Goose “Hungersite”

The Black Crowes “Jealous Again”

Leon Bridges “Coming Home”

Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Blues For Annie”

Middle Kids “Highlands”

The Teskey Brothers “Rain”

Lukas Nelson + POTR “Icarus”

Grace Potter “Good Time”

Gregory Alan Isakov “Miles To Go”


KBCO Studio C Volume 35 goes on sale Saturday, December 2, 2023 at:

Whole Foods Market - Pearl St./Boulder - 2905 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80301

Whole Foods Market - Castle Rock - 6384 Promenade Pkwy, Castle Rock, CO 80108

Whole Foods Market – Belmar/Lakewood - 444 South Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80226

Whole Foods Market – Denver - 7400 E Hampden Ave., Unit D, Denver, CO 80231

Whole Foods Market - Ft. Collins - 2201 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525

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Cost: $12 + applicable taxes

People can get up to 6 CDs

No Checks

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How much does one cost? $12, plus applicable taxes.

What happens when it sells out? Once they are sold-out, there is no other way to purchase one.

Why can't I buy my copy online? The release is required to be sold at a retail outlet in the front range of Colorado area only, no online sales are allowed by record companies so this release is special to the listeners of KBCO only.

What payment is acceptable? Credit Card preferred, cash is acceptable, checks are not able to be accepted.

How many can I purchase? Limited to 6 per person in line.

What time do they go on sale on December 2nd? 7am.

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