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 […]
KRVM Local Music CD
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.
Focus on Community
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.
Congratulations to Natty Bumpo – Rainy Day Blues Challenge
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 Mourns the Loss of David Butler
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 […]
KRVM Welcomes New Development Director, Paul Schwartzberg
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 […]
Now On KRVM.org – Local Live Music
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.
KRVM Welcomes New Program Director, Stu Allen
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 […]
Congrats to Brad – Best Blues DJ!
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.
KRVM Has Earned Bring’s Prestigious Re:Think Award!
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 […]