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KRVM wrapped up the 2018 Winter Fundraiser and we want to thank all of our members for their support. Though we fell short of our goal, we appreciate every dollar that was donated and will continue to play the “Real Variety in Music” you have come to enjoy. Your financial support is key to helping […]
Fans of Jivin’ Johnny Etheredge‘s “60s Beat” show will recognize Jim Valley of Paul Revere and the Raiders fame. Jim recently brought his Rainbow Planet music to Marcola Elementary School. We think Johnny’s propeller-cap somehow makes him look more intelligent, don’t you?
KRVM and many others in our community are mourning the loss of Rome Hamel. He was a longtime volunteer DJ and supporter of the station. Rome hosted the Rock’n Rome show since the early 90’s until last year. Rome is remembered for his infectious laugh, positive energy and his “Corny Pick of the Week”. He […]
The KRVM Local Music CD has 18 vibrant tracks from local music artists who represent the wide variety of music you hear daily on KRVM.
On Friday at 1:00pm KRVM hosts Adam Huizenga and Stu Allen bring you conversations with local representatives of non-profit organizations and governmental agencies on Focus on Community.
The weather, and the entertainment, couldn’t have been better at the Blue Moon Stage during the Oregon Country Fair. The KRVM crew broadcast live music throughout the weekend and listeners were treated to great music from bands like Whiskey Shivers, Ashley Flynn and the Riveters and Hot Damn Scandal. We would like to thank the […]
On Saturday, April 29th, Celtic Fiddle Festival visited with Mike Meyer in the KRVM studios before their performance at Tsunami Books in Eugene. Celtic Fiddle Festival is Kevin Burke (Ireland) • Christian Lemaître (Brittany) • Charlie McKerron (Scotland) • Nicolas Quemener (Brittany, France). 3 of the greatest fiddle players in the world with dazzling backup […]
The Rainy Day Blues Society is proud to announce the winners of the Rainy Day Blues Challenge: The Hank Shreve Band (band winner) and NattyBone (solo/duo winner).
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 […]