Wynn Jones

Executive Director

Wynn got her start in community radio in 1991 at KGNU in Boulder.  She’s also worked at KZMU in Moab and KDUR in Durango and volunteered a many others.  From the beginning she was passionate about the mission of community radio and how it connects people to each other and gives everyone a voice.

When she’s not at the station you can find her with various members of her family in the high country hiking, skiing, or looking for mushrooms.

Even though the Sunflower Theater has been closed over the course of the pandemic, the theater’s troupe has been busy. Our intrepid executive director, Wynn Jones, interviewed long-time Sunflower Theater Troupe member James Ayers about what he’s been doing during the pandemic.




KSJD's Wynn Jones interviews Sunflower Theatre Troupe steering committee member Kim Welty about the troupe's new artistic venture into video production for their 10-Minute Plays.

Effective immediately, KSJD and The Sunflower Theatre will limit access to our offices at 2 E. Main Street in Cortez due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are also postponing all Sunflower shows through April 6. We made this decision in consultation with local health officials in order to protect our staff, volunteers, and patrons. 

Courtesy of Lawn Chair Kings

This Saturday, the Lawn Chair Kings will bring their Western garage music to the Sunflower Theatre in downtown Cortez.

Courtesy of Dale X Allen

Alt-country band Genuine Cowhide makes their debut performance at the Sunflower Theatre Saturday night.


Lead singer Dale X Allen says to expect music from the band’s latest album, “Red Dirt Colorado Girl,” alongside unreleased songs he recently wrote.