KSJD Daytime Collective

Monday through Friday, 9-11am and 1-3pm

The KSJD Daytime Collective is hosted by a group of DJs who focus on a mix of rock, folk, soul/R&B, Americana, blues, world, and acoustic songs, but also include surprises like reggae, jazz, hip hop, disco, and more!

The KSJD Daytime Collective is an innovative, collaborative project that leverages sharing between DJs to build the sound and collectively host the show.

The mission of The KSJD Daytime Collective is to serve KSJD’s audience with a diverse and consistent music show that showcases the core sound of KSJD, the Four Corners area, local musicians, performances happening in the area, and new music.

The KSJD Daytime Collective airs during KSJD’s weekday, daytime music programming, Monday through Friday from 9 to 11am and 1 to 3pm. Here is the schedule of DJs who host the KSJD Daytime Collective:

  • Mondays 9-11am: Wynn (aka Madame Twang)
  • Mondays 1-3pm: Wild Card!
  • Tuesdays 9-11am: Sullivan
  • Tuesdays 1-3pm: Jodi
  • Wednesdays 9-11am: Kari
  • Wednesdays 1-3pm: Honest John
  • Thursdays 9-11am: Rude Becky
  • Thursdays 1-3pm: DJ Mike
  • Fridays 9-11am: Butch, Ginnie, or Peter Bee (rotating)
  • Fridays 1-3pm: Cannonball

You can follow what is happening with the Collective anytime on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/KSJDdaytimecollective. If you have a comment or feedback for the KSJD Daytime Collective, email us at collective@ksjd.org!

Ways to Connect

The Staves are an English indie folk trio of sisters whose music is expanding the boundaries of folk with deeply personal and profound subject matter. KSJD's Music Director Mike McAllister talked with one of the sisters, Camilla Staveley-Taylor, about the evolution of The Staves, their amazing new album Good Woman, and how they have survived the COVID pandemic.

Bettye LaVette has enjoyed a lifetime of musical performance, and even now in her 70s is producing incredible new interpretations of familiar songs. KSJD's Music Director Mike McAllister spoke with Bettye about her career in music and her new album "Blackbirds" which features covers songs primarily by her peers, other Black women in music who she respected and admired.

KSJD's DJ Mike talks with singer-songwriter Terri Hendrix about her Project 5 series, the Own Your Own Universe music education project she is involved with, and her latest album "Talk To A Human".