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My show is MUSIC FOR GROWN FOLKS.   (Husky plays slow jams and is a favorite with the ladies, btw.)

Gary Wells was first on the radio when the local AM station did a remote broadcast for the grand opening of his dad’s auto parts store in the mid 1970’s. His shining moment on the air was reading the name of the winner of a drawing for an alternator or a hat or something. Gary […]

Born and raised in California. Bounced around the country a little. Went to Golden West College in Huntington Beach studying girls and surfing. Did not and would not go to Vietnam. Child of the 60’s lived for a time in the Haight. Rented a big house in SF and one of the roomates was Norm […]

Elisa Parker, Thursday Music Magazine & See Jane Do, KVMR Board of Director See Jane Do: Co-founder, President and On-Air Personality Elisa Parker, media maven, is a speaker, reporter, coalition builder and visionary for gender parity and social justice.  She is the co-founder, president and talk radio host of the award-winning radio program and multimedia platform […]

While living in the Sacramento area, Diane became a fan of KVMR years before moving to Nevada City in 2006. Her son first told her about the station and thought she might like what was being played.  It was an immediate YES!  She has been a fan of the station ever since. Diane is a […]

Nora Nausbaum’s lifelong music passion was fostered by her father and flute lessons early on. She plays flute professionally, mostly jazz at this point. Nora grew up in New York, got music degrees and taught music in colleges in the heartland before coming to California. She and her husband, Bill Douglass, run Sierra Jazz Society […]

“Doctor Derek” is respected as a musician (alto and tenor saxophones plus vocals), a blues aficionado, a clinical psychologist, as well as a KVMR broadcaster. As a musician, Derek has had a chance to play with some heavies including Lowell Fulson, Sonny Rhodes, and Johnny Hearstsman. “My interest in the blues dates back to early […]

Dennis grew up in the heart of Illinois, back in the days when the music of Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, and the WLS Barn Dance were the main sources of radio entertainment. At the University of Illinois, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physics while studying to the […]

I’m a volunteer at KVMR and host the Early Morning show every other Monday from 4am-7am.  I play music for people waking up and getting ready for the day.  When I get to the studio, I can usually see the moon, and that is an inspiring sight.  I play Americana, Folk, Country, Rock, Blues, and […]

From out of the past, return with us now to those… golden days of radio with your hosts David and Linda Breninger. Like an invisible beam, cloaked in the darkness of the night, their alternating Sunday evening program of OLD RADIO THEATER can chill you a little and tear you a little in your imaginary […]

Hogshooter? It’s a small town in Northeastern Oklahoma and birthplace of KVMR d.j. Che Greenwood. It was there on the porch of his father’s store that he was first exposed to music. In the evening the men of the town would gather to tell stories and play their fiddles. There were two other sources of […]

I was impressed with the late night/early morning vibe of the music. Trance It Lounge is an attempt to transport those experiences to radio, using 21st century music. email:

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