Welcome to KRRM 94.7 FM

Thank you for visiting KRRM 94.7 FM’s web site.  It is still a work in progress but please feel free to let us know what you think or if there is anything else you would like to see.  You’re the reason we’re country!

194 thoughts on “Welcome to KRRM 94.7 FM

  1. Jeff Taylor

    We found this station in 2011 when we were visiting Oregon. We still love it. I listen to this on the computer when I’m working in the office. I promoted it on my Facebook Page and I thought maybe you should get a Facebook Page to promote your station. Thank you for putting this on the computer. We just love this station. We grew up in the 60s and the 70s and this is very nostalgic for us.

  2. John Rostad

    It was AWESOME checking your Website tonight and finding a “Listen Live” link. I have been a fan of your station since about 2000 when I made regular visits to Medford and discovered you on my car radio. You were streaming then too, but discontinued it later. I haven’t traveled to Medford since 2002 and missed your programming as it is unique.
    I love your music format and have now set my Winamp players Favorites to include KRRM.
    Thank you very much for making “the Cream of Country” available to me and many others again.

  3. Charlie

    Hi I heard a song on your station called I love Colorado or Colorado something. On Mondayn 28 feb between 1pm 1 130 pm if you would send me name of band name of song thanks charlie

  4. Ellen Campbell

    KRRM was our favorite radio station when we lived in Medford. Now we are in Roseburg and sure do miss all the great music, stories and cowboy poetry. Keep up the great work!

  5. Greg Silveira

    I’ve been listening to your radio station for 18 years. But I don’t like the changes that you have been making in the choice of music that you broadcast. You claim to play traditional and classic country. That my have been true in the past but is no longer. Bobby Darin has never been country. The Burrito Brothers were hippy country at best. They were definitely not traditional! The final straw was hearing the Johnny Cash cover of “Hurt”. Nine Inch Nails songs don’t come anywhere close to being either traditional or classic country! I will no longer be tuning in to your station.

  6. Jan Townsend

    I, also, as a senior, love the ‘cowboy’ music genre…but love the ‘old radio was’ programs too. Always listen to ‘Coast to Coast AM’ almost every night…and wondered if the 2am-6am show is one of the ‘best of’ shows instead of a repeat of the 2am show? Since I live in Grants Pass, I may have to pop over and visit you all! Thanks for the memories!

  7. Kathryn

    I was wondering if you have live streaming? I would like to add that I like your choice in news. It doesn’t seem to have biases; straight reporting. And it doesn’t go on and on.

  8. Kathryn

    Love your station. I listen to it exclusively as much as I can. I like that it’s all music! I do have one wish though…I wish I knew who some of the songs are by…what band, the singer, etc.. My favorites are the Bluegrass, Vintage Country, and Texas Swing. Is there a reason why you don’t give credits?

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