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Bronx Bob on Aug 6, 2018
Comin' atcha' tonight at 10:PM.  Spinning some of the best tracks from Down Under. Getcha' dancing shoes on and get ready to "Get Down! Thats tonight. 10PM till Midnight. Only on KVMR FM
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Kiwi Annie on Aug 3, 2018
When:  Mon. August 6th.  Where:  KVMR  10 to  the Bewitching Hour.  What:  New Zealand and Australian music exclusively.  Why:  Great new-to-your-ears music - there's some truth in that.
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Peter Blachley on Jul 24, 2018
Join me on a special Red Eye radio, early Friday morning, August 10th where my guest will be legendary photographer and musician Henry Diltz. Henry has photographed over 200 album covers including The Doors, Eagles, CSN, James Taylor and many others. We will talk about Henry's  stories of...
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Kiwi Annie on Jul 20, 2018
We love Monday! We love our lineup this week, from the uplifting little instrumentals of Radius to the incredibly powerful voice of Alice Terry, just 24 years old and with a voice they say “sounds like she's had three husbands and killed 'em all!” But the listening pleasure doesn't end there, just...
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Steve Artz on Jul 12, 2018
Hi everybody in KVMR land. I'm Steve Artz and I just got my KVMR broadcaster certification today, 7/12. My show will be called Still Rockin and will be mostly classic rock. I don't intend to play what you hear on the Eagle. Those playlists are all computer generated. I intend to play old quality...
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Paul Berger on Jul 10, 2018
On the next edition of Dawn Eclectica with Paul Berger. Previously, Paul's Copycats series explained how Robbin Thicke got into a legal thicket by ripping off Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" in creating the smash hit "Blurred Lines." So guess what hot new artist was sued by Gaye's estate for...
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Mary Menconi on Jul 6, 2018
Summer is in full swing now, and for many of us, that means it's time to head for the Sierra summit!  If you've got a hankering to hike, Rowton Peak, near Soda Springs, is a great destination right now! It's like a wildflower garden, with great views of the Pacific Crest. The land is part of the...
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Michael Axelman on Jul 3, 2018
Alfred Lambremont Webre (born May 24, 1942) is an American author, lawyer, futurist, peace activist, environmental activist, and a space activist who promotes the ban of space weapons. He was a co-architect of the Space Preservation Treaty and the Space Preservation Act that was introduced to the U...
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Paul Berger on Jun 28, 2018
Are you ready for some musical fireworks this 4th of July?  This Wednesday on Dawn Eclectica Paul Berger will present Songs of Patriotism, Protest and Political Rabble Rousing – songs you know well, songs you've never heard of, songs that will make you laugh, cheer, or bring you to tears. They'll...
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Michael Axelman on Jun 27, 2018
Wynn Free, musician, author of The Reincarnation of Edgar Casey (2004), and researcher into the non-local, non physical realm joins The Blue Garage to discuss the research he has conducted with a soul collective who refer to themselves as The Council of the Elohim.   Can one "prove" that there...
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Michael Axelman on Jun 23, 2018
From group consciousness to the soul collective, Wynn Free enlightens The Blue Garage this Sunday, 3-5 PM. As a musician, Wynn collaborated with Motown legend Brian Holland. As an author, he collaborated with David Wilcock, and co-authored in 2004 the ground breaking, The Reincarnation of Edgar...
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Mikail Graham on Jun 23, 2018
Thursday June 28, from 11AM-1PM we're going to have a special Good News Show broadcast featuring representatives from all around Nevada County, including: Yuba River Cohort & Law Enforcement Public Safety, CalFIRE, Nevada County Consolidated Fire district, United States Forest Service, Office...
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Peter Blachley on Jun 21, 2018
Listen to a new take on local police reports narrated by Peter Blachley in his ongoing series called simply “The Police Blotter,” A regular feature on Peter Blachley’s KVMR broadcasts taken from the Police Blotter’s featured in the pages of the Union Newspaper and compiled by their writers. “My...
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Paul Berger on Jun 15, 2018
What happens when a rap group blatantly copies a well-known 60’s rock tune for the purpose of skewering it by way of parody? Find out next Wednesday as I continue my Copycats series on the next edition of Dawn Eclectica, 4-7 am. In 1989, 2 Live Crew did a humorous take on Roy Orbison's 1964 tune ”...
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Keith Porter on Jun 14, 2018
Classical music doesn’t have to be boring and stuffy—and we’re here to prove it! Every first and third Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, join one of us intrepid hosts with an ax to grind: classical music is everywhereand can be fun. Hear music from the world’s great concert halls, movie sounds tracks,...
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Charles Atthill on Jun 14, 2018
I never planned to become a broadcaster. I never planned much of anything. My career was planned retrospectively. Looking back, each move made sense, but I had no idea when I started where I would end up. Certainly not in Grass Valley, or even living in the USA. Performing? Oh yes. After all I had...
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Paul Berger on Jun 6, 2018
With the summer solstice fast approaching, we are so out there havin’ fun in the warm California sun!  On the next edition of Dawn Eclectica, I will present a sun-splashed tidal wave of songs celebrating the Golden State. I could probably fill a 6-hour show, but 2+ hours should be enough to get you...
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Bronx Bob on May 26, 2018
Monday nights show starts off with a tribute to guitar legend Phil Emmanuel who died suddenly on May 24, 2018.  update: Tommy Emmanuel Pays Tribute To Late Brother Phil: 'He Taught Me So Much'   Emmanuel was scheduled to perform at the Cootamundra Hotel tonight, as well at a private function for...
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Dave Tallitsch on May 22, 2018
Bad Radio is a secret archive of shows devoted to a society of 20th century avant-garde musicians and their influences. The sixth installment looks at the static music from the late 1950's and early 1960's. Bad Radio episodes 1 through 5 examined the La Monte Young and Terry Riley, two musicians...
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Peggy Bean on May 22, 2018
On Wednesday, May 23rd SOS Radio interviews Al Schmit, who at the age of 80, reversed his long standing heart disease to become a thriving elder!  Also in the studio is Tami Kramer, who has a youtube channel called "the Nutmeg Notebook.  I put a video of hers above.  She and Al make a terrific team...


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