If you’re a regular KRVM listener you already know about our weekly “Women in Music” show. We thought it might be about time to introduce our listeners to Lenet Galloway, the show’s host since 2006.
The Music Scene Blog, by Cynthia Orlando
Freelance writer and volunteer blogger Cynthia Orlando writes about local music, music that KRVM listeners may also want to listen to.
Cynthia grew up in southern California where both her parents were musicians. While attending forestry school in northern California's Humboldt County she began reviewing music for entertainment publication "Northcoast View," and began writing again in 2009 for Portland's KINK-FM and announcer Dave Scott's blog.
She's formerly written for Music Under Fire, an Indie music website, and has her own music blog. In addition to her writing for KRVM she also writes for another non-profit station, Portland Radio Project in Portland.
Besides music, Cynthia's other passions include urban forestry, REIKI and travel - especially in Europe. She has a special fondness for bands from the U.K. and the Pacific Northwest; her favorite travel fantasy is getting to the Glastonbury Festival to cover the many outstanding artists there.
Cynthia can be reached at email@example.com or @CynthiaOrlando on Twitter.
With the change of seasons, arrival of cooler weather and more “indoor” time, you might be in the market for new tunes to carry you through fall…and winter! Here’s some of what’s new. Just out KRVM is always adding new music to our playlist – it’s what keeps our listeners (and our music programmer) happy! […]
KRVM’s Jivin’ Johnny Etheredge spoke by phone with Brian Wilson, ahead of his upcoming September 17th appearance at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland. Here’s the link to the interview.
Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico-based duo Naomi Sparrow and Rob Stroup, together known as Moody Little Sister – played in Eugene and visited the KRVM studios for a live interview prior to their show. The two musicians, who formerly resided in Portland, have relocated to New Mexico. The move seems to be working out well. […]
Exquisitely talented progressive folk band Honeysuckle played Eugene’s Sam Bond’s Garage on Sunday, July 7. Their music — well-composed and expertly executed — blends traditional instrumentation with more modern effects and inspirations. It also boasts amazing vocalist Holly McGarry. Touring to promote their new “Fire Starter” release, band members first met at Berkelee College of […]
The Oregon Country Fair celebrated 50 years and 91.9 KRVM was proud to be a part of the celebration, broadcasting throughout the weekend from the Blue Moon Stage. Friday started out with Casey Neill and the Norway Rats, followed by Petunia & The Vipers. On Saturday, the Magical Mystery Tour with Ed K started off […]
Lane County is blessed to be the site of several regularly scheduled powwows – including the annual Mother’s Day powwow held every year in May. KRVM has been extremely fortunate, as well! Nick Sixkiller, show host of “Indian Time,” provides KRVM listeners hundreds of hours of listening pleasure via his extensive knowledge of artists and […]
In need of some good vibes? You’re in luck. As part of their “Good Vibes Summer Tour,” Reggae-rock band Rebelution plays Eugene’s Cuthbert Amphitheater this month. With seven albums to their credit, the ever popular four-member band from Isla Vista, California, are adored by fans for their positive lyrics, smooth Jamaican sound and artful arrangements. […]
KRVM’s Billy Safier has been hosting the station’s ever-popular “Beatles Hour” program for the last twelve years. We thought it was high time our listeners had a chance to learn a little more about the popular show host, and this week, Safier had time to answer a few questions. KRVM: At what age did […]