Lu Anne Stephens

Director of Content; Director of Programming and Operations; Music Host

Lu Anne has held many positions at KMUW, including local Morning Edition host and reporter/editor. In addition to her current duties as Director of Content and Director of Programming and Operations, Lu Anne produces KMUW’s “New Settler’s Radio Hour”  and countless special productions. After studying Music Performance and Journalism at Pittsburg State University, Lu completed her degree at Wichita State University in 1995. She has won several awards for journalistic excellence since she has been at KMUW.

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Listen for a performance by Zoe Lewis and the Rubber Band at the Old Settlers Inn. Zoe is an English folk musician from Brighton who now lives in Massachusetts. Her shows are best described as "fun" and you'll hear everything from traditional folk tunes to ballads to world beat to vaudeville.  Her instruments include the tin whistle, guitar, piano, harmonica, ukulele, accordion, human trumpet and sometimes spoons. Her band is made up of some of the best musicians working today.

Listen for Chuck Pyle, the “Zen Cowboy of Colorado” performing at the Old Settlers Inn.  Chuck was an audience favorite, blending dry humor with truly wonderful contemporary folk tunes.

What's On: July 28

Jul 23, 2012

Fun, poetic, gritty, and wonderful. Tonight we feature a recording of Greg Brown from the Old Settlers Inn. Greg has recorded more than two dozen albums, is the founder of Red House Records, has received several folkie-and-indie type awards.


This week on New Settlers it's "The Best of the Zoo" - a sampling of concerts from past Sedgwick County Zoo summer concert series, including blues, cajun party music, ballads and swing performed by A Roomful of Blues, Marcia Ball, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Frank and JoeShow and Brave Combo.