On air: Weeknights 6pm - Midnight
Sunday Mornings 6am - noon
Born in Denver, Scott Arbough has music in his blood. As a child, he made weekly trips to the local record store to collect the top 40 music lists printed by local radio stations KIMN and KTLK. His allowance was spent on the music he loved hearing on those stations.
He was involved in music and drama in Middle School and High School, where he was awarded outstanding senior in the music department for his independent studies in music that culminated in a choral piece he composed for his High School choir to sing at graduation.
Scott’s love for music lead him to Colorado State University where he registered as a Music Major, but it was his interest in radio that changed his course work after he began volunteering at the campus radio station KCSU in 1976. Within a few years, Scott began working at the local FM commercial station in Ft. Collins, KTCL. He became the Music Director at KTCL in 1981.
In February 1985, Scott joined the air staff of KBCO in Boulder. It was during his early years at KBCO that Scott became involved with the live recording sessions that became known as KBCO Studio C. For the next 12 years, Scott Arbough was the KBCO Studio C Engineer, responsible for hundreds of sessions that led to the KBCO Studio C CD series.
In April of 2000, Scott Arbough became the Program Director of KBCO, handing the Studio C Engineering duties on to long time Big Head Todd and the Monsters engineer Andy Torri. Scott continues to produce the KBCO Studio C CD series.
He can be heard each week night from 8:00 to midnight. His show features “After Hours in Studio C” with the highlights from Studio C Monday – Thursday from 8:00 to 10:00. Scott is also the host of Sunday Sunrise and Sunday Morning in Studio C every Sunday Morning.