I feel privileged to have lived in the Bay Area in the 60’s to be a part of the burgeoning cultural and musical experience of the time. I am a long-time radio listener of alternative and creative music programming. I had the fortunate opportunity to listen to the pioneers of freeform “Underground Radio” on station […]
The sounds of fiddles flutes, harps and pipes have echoes through the airwaves of KVMR every Wednesday night in to the evening mist as Celtic Cadence has held fort with Annie O’Dea Hestbeck since 1987. Our very own Irish lassie hails from County Clare on the West Coast of Ireland, ‘the womb of traditional Irish […]
Ana Acton lives in Nevada City and is the Executive Director for FREED Center for Independent Living serving Nevada, Yuba, Sutter, Colusa, and Sierra counties. As a non-profit disability resource center, FREED’s goal is to empower people with disabilities to exercise their civil rights in becoming active, productive members of our community. FREED serves people […]
Amigo Bob Cantisano is president of Organic Ag Advisors, founded in 1988. He is the managing partner of Heaven and Earth Farm on the San Juan Ridge of the Sierra foothills. Amigo has over 35 years of experience growing and advising in most commercial scale organic crops grown in the Western U.S. and the tropics, […]
A morning blend of acoustic, folk, opera, soundtrack and evocative music.
Larry is a product of the 2007 broadcasters class and an internship with Larry Landis who had over 15 years of doing his brand of music from 12 midnight to 4 am. From this, Larry learned that KVMR was like being part of a large musical family with many varied musical taste and mostly liberal […]
First Thursday/The Early Bird Gets The Worm Laura’s first stint as a morning broadcaster was in 1981, when the station was in its infancy. From the booth at the American Victorian Museum, she was spinning vinyl while at the same time preparing to read aloud newsworthy articles from the daily newspaper for her show’s featured […]
Laurie describes herself as an “urban folkie.” Born and raised in New York, Laurie discovered folk music and dance at festivals, fiddle contests and contra dances in New York and New England. The Great Hudson River Revival and Philadelphia Folk Festivals created a foundation for the love of folk music that has grown throughout the […]
Marc Cuniberti is a 50’s baby boomer, born and raised in Daly City, California, participating in all the usual shenanigans that the baby boomer kids were famous for. Active in sports and a karate buff since age 13 acquiring a certified martial arts instructors license at age 25, playing football, baseball and basketball before and […]
Punk poet chanteuse Meri St. Mary currently has numerous projects in various stages of development – not to mention an old school musician who has paid her dues and lived to tell.
The Blue Garage is a variety show that explores the outer reaches of R&B, Soul. Gospel, Blues and Rock. The show features hip shaking, body thumping dance hits and slow, soul wrenching ballads (suitable for the whole family); from Muscle Shoals, Alabama to the Motor City, Memphis, Tennessee to New Orleans, The Blue Garage explores […]
I’ve always loved listening to music, from the first AM transistor radio my Uncle gave me, to the digital radios of today. I like lyrics….. and songs that let you hear them. I like the offbeat songs, humorous, satirical, and serious; singer/songwriters, Americana, folk, comedy, bluegrass, zydeco/Cajun, western swing, instrumentals and…more. I’ve always been a […]