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KVMR 89.5 FM

Today

Noon: “Public Planet.” Nevada City’s recent Patriot Act vote, with Martin Webb.



1 p.m.: “SilverStage.” Alaskan singer-songwriter Dave Manning performs at the Nevada County Fair.

4 p.m.: “Music Magazine.” Interviews and music, live from KVMR’s Treat Street booth at the fair, host Chris Towne.




7:30 p.m.: “NightLIVE!” Local musicians live from KVMR’s SilverStage, featuring Harmonious Combustion, Billy Bensing, Kimberly Bass and Mikail Graham.

Friday

Noon: “Who Cares?” Disability Rights Day, live from the Nevada County Fair, with Joan Buffington.

1 p.m.: “Organic Matters.” Amigo Bob Cantesano discusses agriculture at the fair.

2 p.m.: “MixMaster.” Music special with KVMR News Director Mike Thornton.

9 p.m.: “SilverStage.” The jam music band Cosmic Wobble, live from the fairgrounds.

Saturday

Noon: “Ragged But Right.” Thomas Greener’s fair guests include Alaskan balladeer Hobo Jim.

2 p.m.: “Rockin’ and Stompin'” Folk singers Utah Phillips, Bodie Wagner, Kuddie and others in a “song circle” featuring music of the late songwriter Jim Ringer.

4 p.m.: “Street Legal.” Nevada County Fair music special honoring Bob Dylan.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “Loafer’s Glory.” Utah Phillips’ unique perspectives of the county fair.

Noon: “SilverStage.” Local band Objects in the Mirror live performance.

5 p.m.: “Jimmi Accardi’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Party.” Live performance at KVMR’s Treat Street SilverStage.

Monday

6 a.m.: “Good Morning America.” Jazz duo Tuck and Patti discuss their upcoming Nevada City benefit concert.

10 a.m.: “Nevada City Limits.” Traditional and contemporary folk, with Dennis Brunnenmeyer.

Wednesday

8 p.m.: “On The Road Live.” Roots rock music artist Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men, live from the Palms Playhouse in Davis.


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