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Members of Churchill. Photo courtesy of the band.

We love introducing listeners to great musicians in our community at all stages of their careers, though we know the more attention they get, the more we have to share them with fans across the nation and across the globe if their star rises that far.

This week we’re digging deeper into a new release from a Colorado band enjoying some phenomenal attention and acclaim far and wide with a single of the week honor on iTurnes for the title track of their new “Change EP” and now a video premiere for the song on VEVO. VEVO features the most extensive catalog of premium music content found anywhere on the web thanks to deals with such leading music companies as Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, EMI Music, among many others. More after the video…

As the band tours, spreading Colorado music’s good name to venues all over the South-East, they’re gathering steam for a return to Denver on March 8th at the Ogden Theatre and a forthcoming LP. Tickets.

Today’s share goes beyond the mega-popular “Change” to show another side of Churchill. Indeed, each track on the EP reveals more talents in both performances and songwriting. You’ll have to buy the EP to get all 5 flavors. Visit

Sing Out Your Love

Tim Bruns – lead vocals and rhythm guitar
Bethany Kelly – vocals and keys
Mike Morter – mandolin, banjo, lead guitar, uke
Joe Richmond – drums
Tyler Rima – bass
Take a listen:
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Take a share:
Sing Out Your Love by Churchill (right click to save to your computer)


Please note that downloads offered via KRFC MusicShare are intended to introduce you to great talent in KRFC’s community, and are NOT CD-quality recordings. If you want those, please support the artists by buying their music and/or seeing them live.

If you’re in a band or are a musician looking to share your music, email your tracks to Andrew [at] krfcfm [.] org for consideration.

Andrew Schneider is a volunteer host and booker for KRFC’s [email protected], bringing the best local and visiting talent to Northern Colorado’s airwaves every Monday-Friday, Noon-1PM. He is also a veteran web developer, filmmaker, DIY venue collaborator, and KRFC’s digital media lead.