Let’s stop talking about the air and start walking about it! The Clear the Air Challenge is on now through the end of July. Sign up at www.cleartheairchallenge.org. Then, hop on your bike, use the bus, carpool, or walk and do what you can to help reduce vehicle emissions through the month of July.
Join the 90.9fm KRCL team. We’ll pick a daily winner for most miles saved.
For those about to walk…we salute you!
We are experiencing technical problems with our 90.9fm frequency in Park City and Summit County. We are working on the issue the best we can. In the meantime, stream us live at www.krcl.org or download KRCL’s free mobile smartphone app for music on the go.
You can find information about the songs you’ve heard on KRCL at nowplayingonkrcl.tumblr.org. The most recent show will pop right up, and you can search the archives by clicking the button that looks like a file cabinet at the top of the page. Stay tuned for some great playlist features that are right around the corner.
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Our stream has been moved to a new server. We are working on making it available on our home page player. You can hear it on our KRCL app available in iTunes app store, or Google Play, or bookmark this link in your favorite media player. We apologize for the inconvenience.
If you need to get rid of your car, truck, motorcycle or boat – we’ll take it! We’ll turn it into cash for KRCL and you will get a tax deduction. The call takes just five minutes, and the Center for Car Donations will process all the paperwork and come pick up the vehicle – whether it’s running or not. Call this toll-free number (877) 411 3662 and tell them you want to contribute your vehicle to KRCL.
KRCL’s Good Morning Show is searching for our listener’s most essential albums for a new daily feature called Desert Island Picks. Every weekday at 10:20 am, we will feature an “essential” album suggested by a listener. What albums can you not live without?
Send your Desert Island Picks to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or post it to The Good Morning Show on KRCL’s Facebook page.
Messages in a bottle always accepted.
Join KRCL for a special double screening of “Beastie Boys: Awesome, I Shot That.” The Beastie Boys let their fans do the shooting as they take the stage of Madison Square Garden for the final date of their “Challah at Your Boy” tour in a concert video that truly puts the viewer right in the middle of all the action. With a mix of fifty DV and Hi-8 cameras distributed to shutter-bug fans and little more instruction than to keep the tapes rolling, director Nathaniel Hornblower and supervising editor Neal Usatin skillfully edit the resulting amateur footage into a kaleidoscopic, rough-edged take on the typically slick, professionally shot concert video.
Thursday December 12th at 7pm & 9pm
Tickets cost $7.00 per person, or buy one admit one free w/ KRCL Members Card.
Tickets will go on-sale at 6PM.
We hope to see you there!
click here to see the trailer
KRCL’s Polar Jubilee was a smashing success, and we extend our sincere thanks all who attended, our bands, our countless volunteers, and our sponsors Arches Health Plan, Jody Wilkinson Acura Downtown, Uinta Brewing, Catalyst Magazine, Ore Architectural Elements, Now & Again, City Weekly, Performance Audio, Salt Lake Magazine, Yelp, Absolut Vodka, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Red Hanger, SLUG Magazine, Hornitos Tequila, PopArt, Makers 46, and the food trucks. Thank you all!
Backup singers live in a world that lies just beyond the spotlight. Millions know their voices, but few know their names. Join us at Movie Grille in Ogden on March 18th for Music Meets Movies film screenings of the Oscar winning documentary, 20 Feet From Stardom. The film shines a spotlight on the untold true stories of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. The film follows singers like Darlene Love, Judith Hill, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer, and many others.
Tuesday, March 18th at Movie Grille in Ogden.
Tickets at 6 – Screenings at 7 and 9pm
click here to view the trailer