Almost six years since his last album, California-based alternative rock artist Pete Yorn returns with his premier Arranging Time release. A new music review by KRVM volunteer blogger, Cynthia Orlando.
KRVM and many others in our community mourn the loss of David Butler. He was a friend and supporter of the station for decades, and the host of Swing Street for a long run on KRVM. His kind and gentle spirit, his humor, his service to his country and his community, and his love of […]
All of us at KRVM are proud and happy to announce that Paul Schwartzberg has been named Development Director. Paul is stepping into the role that Bobbie Cirel filled for nearly 20 years building relationships with our business community to help support KRVM. Paul is also the host of Greaser’s Garage on Friday nights from […]
We’re happy to bring our readers a quick way to check out the local music scene. We’ve added a new feature to the site, a listing of live musical acts from two local sources: EugeneMusicians.com and the Hi-Fi Music Hall.
If you’ve been in Eugene for any length of time, you’re probably familiar with his voice. Our new Program Director, Stu Allen, is a veteran radio announcer and can also be heard on television commercials and message recordings at local businesses. Stu joined the KRVM staff in April and is enjoying selecting the music that […]
KRVM’s own Brad “the Broken Down Old Man” was the recipient of the Rooster Award for Best Blues Radio DJ from the Rainy Day Blues Society. At the annual meeting of the Rainy Day Blues Society, Brad was chosen as the “Best Blues Radio DJ” in our area.
RE:think Business is a free, comprehensive program for Lane County businesses, offered by BRING and their partners: the City of Eugene, EWEB, and Lane County Waste Management. Once a business is enrolled, a trained Resource Conservation Advisor provides confidential advice and support on practical ways to trim waste and save money. The advisor comes on-site […]
KRVM-FM is currently the only station in Eugene-Springfield with a full-time music format broadcasting in both traditional analog FM on 91.9 MHz, as well as in Digital HD Radio on 91.9-HD1. With an HD Radio you can enjoy the quality of a digital listening experience that doesn’t require an Internet connection.
KRVM Salutes Nick Sixkiller, host of Indian Time I have lived most of my life in Oregon. I was born in St. Helens and graduated from Siuslaw High School in Florence in 1966. I enlisted in the US Navy and served on submarine tenders from 1969–1973. I studied Environmental Technology in college and owned my […]