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Doug Austin has loved Latin music since he was first introduced to it as a teen in the Sixties, and he’s been collecting it ever since. Over the years he’s been inspired by musicians, writers and directors such as Trio Los Panchos, Gore Vidal, John Dos Passos and Costa-Gavras. The son of an army officer, […]

British by birth and American by adoption and now citizenship, I have lived in the USA/California since 1985. I was once a High School teacher of Latin, a time best forgotten, and a university professor, also best forgotten, before becoming a training manager for Bank of America in the UK and San Francisco for more […]

Broadcaster Cheri Snook has covered a lot of ground since she graduated from the KVMR Broadcasting Class in 2000. From bringing Alaskan sensation, The Photon Band, to Nevada City last Fall, to co-producing the almost sold out Michael Franti concert at the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Hall this past Spring, to producing KVMR’s 5-day Live […]

Johnny grew up in San Francisco in the 60’s/70’s when the SF music scene was exploding with a wide variety of sounds that captured Johnny’s heart and his mind. The shows at venues like the Fillmore, Avalon Ballroom, Winterland and the Golden Gate Park concerts were a magical time in The City and it left […]

Music has always been important to me.  When I was in grade school I’d listen to my parents records: Tom Lehrer, Neil Diamond, Simon and Garfunkel-I had elaborate dance routines to Helen Reddy’s “Delta Dawn” and Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson’s Star is Born-“Queen Bee.” As a pre-Teener, I spent my babysitting  money on Albums-45’s […]

Raised on Radio  –  Detour through Television   –   Home on KVMR

Dave “Buzz” Barnett has been the Chief Engineer of KVMR since May of 2012. Originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota – Dave earned a BSEE degree from the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology where you go to school to learn to be a really good nerd.  But they did have college radio in […]

Volunteer Director When Edy isn’t busy trying to turn old folkies into hip hop fans, she can usually be found home on the farm. ROAD DOG RADIO Alt. Thursdays 10-midnight       Volunteer Director Edy Cassell (530) 264-4164

Sean, who grew up listening to radio, is one of several “second generation” disc jockeys at the community station. His father, Andy Dooley-Miller, was an early Sunday morning host for years and now hosts The Music Grotto, every 4 weeks on Wednesdays 2pm-4pm. “I went in with my dad when I was about 13 and […]

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