Brian Lee Studio Picture On Bridge Street 2015
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The Rhythm And Blues Review first signed on the air in June of 1987. We were just new to CD’s and soon had a CD player in the studio along with the usual turntables and cassette tape players. We even used an older cart machine for our promotions. It was located in the Miners foundry in a small studio and work space. We moved across the street to the Bridge building, and are currently having a new building built across the street, in the other direction. The Color Radio theme is used throughout the show, and includes vintage jingles - including many of the original Pams spots used in the late 1950's and early 1960's. The program is done in an upbeat style with fast moving songs and interesting information scattered throughout the show. Now over 30 years later ,it's still going strong, blasting out the best of R+B, Doo Wop, and Rock And Roll from the early 1950's through the early 1960's. Requests and dedications are encouraged, and usually played the same night. KVMR-FM is located in Nevada City, above Sacramento, CA, and is a unique non- commercial radio station serving a wide over the air audience in a large area of Northern California from Stockton to Vacaville to Alta to Downieville, and beyond. We have several translators that allow us to reach Tahoe, Truckee, Woodland, Angels Camp, and Placerville. The show is also broadcast live on-line using your audio player. Cruise on over to KVMR-FM Website for all the details. Below are some links where you can hear the full two hours of my radio show. These podcasts are 192K MP3 files for listening on your device. Subscribe using the icon above right. I can also be found in Itunes, type in Color Radio with Brian Lee, and I'm in the podcast section. And, if you want to see some of my previous playlists online, go to spinitron.
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