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Legacy of Our Elders

The Legacy of Our Elders is a project which documents the lives of  Alaska Native elders throughout the Tanana Chiefs Conference region. Listen to their stories of true strength and perseverance; what they went through, what they learned, and their advice for future generations.

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meet our hosts

Ann Fears

Weekdays 9am-noon
Denali Jam - Classic Rock, Athabascan Fiddle music, Country, and conversations. You name it, it’s liable to be in Denali Jam. Denali Jam also features “the word or phase of the day” presenting different dialects and language from rural Alaska.

Jo-Mal

Weekdays 4pm-5pm
Alaska Native Stories -Stories told by Alaskan Natives that will entertain, educate, and help preserve the Native culture.

Larissa Sommer

Weekdays 4pm-5pm
Burning Daylight -Interviews and discussions withAlaska Native leaders and future leaders.

Ben Charlie

saturdays 10am-2pm
CHON FM - Music from Whitehorse, Canada with our Gwitchin host.

Rattles

Fridays 5pm-8pm
Rockin’ with Rattles  - You never know what Rattles will play next from his 10,000-album vinyl collection.

Margie Attla

Sundays 7pm-9pm
Athabascan Program- A two hour show that focuses on music, health, and language of the Athabascan culture.

Dave Patty

weekdays 8am-9am
Coffee Hour - Dave Patty live from KSKO in McGrath

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Programs

Meet our hosts

Denali Jam W/Ann

Weekdays 9am-noon

Classic Rock, Athabascan Fiddle music, Country, and conversations. You name it, it’s liable to be in Denali Jam. Denali Jam also features “the word or phase of the day” presenting different dialects and language from rural Alaska.

Dave Patty - KSKO

Weekdays 8am-9am & sat 7pm-12am

Dave Patty live from KSKO in McGrath.

Brian W/KIYU

Monday-Friday 1pm - 4pm

Each afternoon, Flyin’ Brian takes your requests and plays 3-hours of the best Rock, Pop and Soul music from days gone by. From the Beatles to the Rolling Stones, Buddy Holly to Elvis and more. Join in for t great musical ride on Afternoon on the River.

Larissa Sommers

weekdays - 4:30pm – 5:00pm & 5 min updates

Larissa Sommer hosts Burning Daylight & reports 5 minutes of the latest News, Sports, and Weather of importance to Interior Alaska Villages.

Jo Mal

4:30pm – 5:00pm

Alaska Native Stories

Margie

7pm – 9pm

A two hour show that focuses on music, health, and language of the Athabascan culture with Margie Attla

Ben Charlie

Saturdays 10am – 2pm

Aboriginal live radio broadcasting partnership starting in July 2018 between CHON-FM and KRFF-Fairbanks to promote, exchange and distribute indigenous language programs.

The Rattler

Friday 5pm – 8pm

Rock'n With Rattles

Our Story

Voice of Denali was created by the Athabascan Fiddlers Association (AFA). The AFA is well known for organizing and carrying out the annual Fiddler’s Festival in the fall in Fairbanks, Alaska. This celebration of Athabascan music, culture and traditions brings hundreds of Athabascan Natives and others from throughout Alaska’s Interior for four-days of cultural and musical celebration. Musicians come together from far and wide to play, and listen, to the best music around. While they are playing and listening they are also sharing, which helps the AFA meets its important mission.

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