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Darryl Purpose will be joining Brian Griffith live in studio this week on Friday, May 20, during the KRCB Morning Show.  Purpose is an American singer-songwriter, known for his narrative (often very personal) lyrics and fingerstyle guitar. Don't miss him!

Band members from Royal Jelly Jive and Lost Dog Found and Ann Hutchinson from the Sonoma County Dance Beat will join Midday Music host Doug Jayne on Thursday, March 31 at 1 pm to play music and talk about the upcoming music event April Foolery, April 1st, 8 pm-midnight.

You've probably heard about KRCB's North Bay Bountiful initiative by now, but have you really HEARD it with your own ears? Now's your chance.

The production team at KRCB is producing radio and television spots on farming, food, and sustainability, each one a little gem about the people, places, and organizations that make the North Bay a hotbed of practice and thinking about agricultural sustainability and food culture. North Bay Bountiful Radio is hosted by KRCB Program Manager Darren LaShelle and Sofia Englund.

The Bootleg Honeys will be joining Doug Jayne in the studio on Thursday, December 3 at 1:30 pm. They'll be playing songs from their new album, Paint It Red, in advance of their upcoming show at HopMonk Sebastopol on December 5 at 8 pm.

The Bootleg Honeys are a trio--Alison Harris, Hannah Jern-Miller, and Katie Phillips--raised in rich Americana tradition of the North Bay. Their sweet and lively sound features delicious three-part harmony and fine musicianship. Enjoy their unique this Thursday afternoon!

Don't miss this engrossing experiment in investigative journalism from  The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. We've just starting broadcasting this series, which you can hear on the 4th Sunday of the month at 4 pm. 

Listen to the last few episodes:

Culture of secrecy leaves door open for sex abuse Jehovah's Witnesses sex abuse

We are now in the second week of our February membership drive, and we've got a fantastic list of guests and musicians in the studio this week. Yeah, I know we have amazing guests and musicians in the studio every week, but this week we have have even more.  Tune in and listen--and if you're not already a KRCB Radio member, join!


Monday, Feb 9
12:30-1PM TBA
1:30-2pm Jeffrey Halford

Blues, funk, and soul musician Lester Chambers and his son musician Dylan Chambers will be joining Brian Griffith in the studio on Friday, January 30 in the 10 o'clock hour. They'll be playing music and chatting with Brian about their upcoming performance at 755 After Dark in Sebastopol on Saturday, January 31. That performance marks the first time that their two bands, Lester Chambers & Mud Stompers and Dylan Chambers & the Midnight Transit, have performed together.

Curtain Call, KRCB's arts event and interview program hosted by Charles Sepos, is moving to Sunday mornings at 10 am. ​On air since 1995, Charles Sepos has hosted more than 1,800  performing, visual, and literary artists. Recent guests include: noted concert violinist and New Century Chamber Orchestra Music Director Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Santa Rosa Symphony Music Director Bruno Ferrandis, violist Richard O’Neill, photographer John Martin, pianist Lara Downes, Trio Ariadne, ballet master Alonzo King, and pianist and Music@Menlo co-director Wu Han among many others.

Singer-songwriter Sarah DeFors will be joining Brian Griffith this morning in the 10 o'clock hour.  Here's how Sarah desribes herself:

 “In the history of American radio, no series has come close to Nick Spitzer’s American Routes in exploring the many streams of this nation’s music.”
— Nat Hentoff, Wall Street Journal

California Bay Area funk, soul, and blues rock singer Dylan Chambers will be joining us in studio on Wednesday morning to sing and chat with Brian about his upcoming gig at Zodiacs in Petaluma, Thursday, December 18.

This Tuesday on the morning show with Brian Griffith learn about Nostalgia Fest, a gathering of local punk bands from the 1980s and 1990s, at the Phoenix in Petaluma, Saturday, December 20th, 5pm to midnight. It's a benefit for The Phoenix and tickets are sliding scale, $10 to $25. Acts include...

(Punk, 1988 to present)

(Sonoma county’s first punk band, featuring members who would later form Victims Family, Triclops, Vertical Urge, Stone Juju, and MSB, 1983-84)


Thursday, December 9 at 12 pm: The Montreal-based folk quartet, The Barr Brothers, will be joining Brian Griffith in the studio this week.  

The kings of 100% acoustic folk-skiffle-swing holiday highjinks bring their unique form of xmas cheer to the KRCB studios Wednesday morning on Brian Griffith's morning show. 

This is your chance to be a part  of the West Coast Live live audience. Listen to KRCB 91.1 FM all this week for your chance to win free tickets to this fun event.   

The lively, entertaining, and informative program is coming to Sonoma County in December. West Coast Live is a live two-hour radio variety show featuring enlightening conversation, music and play, broadcast on public radio stations from coast-to-coast.

DECEMBER 20, 2014

Local Americana wunderkind David Luning will be joining KRCB morning DJ Brian Griffith in the studio on Tuesday at 11 am. He'll sing and chat and tell us a little about his upcoming  solo show at the Mystic Theatre in Petaluma, this Sunday, November 23 at 7 pm .

Even as KRCB celebrates 30 years of serving community, we are losing one of our longest serving staff members. Robin Pressman, Radio Program Director, is moving on to another public radio position. She has helped to guide the radio part of our ship for almost 20 years now, shaping our music, our sound, and our presence in the community. And, of course, she has served as the lead host (with strong back up from Steve Delap) of the very popular radio show, Our Roots Are Showing.