KWMR On-air Talent:
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Programmers are listed alphabetically by last name.
Coast Highway Blues
Born in San Francisco, Rippee spent his youth in South Modesto among primitive Christians.He first met the blues in person in 1966, where in one afternoon at the Monterey Jazz Festival, he saw Muddy Waters, Shakey Horton, Memphis Slim, Big Mama Willie Mae Thornton and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Thereafter, he pursued blues acts at the early Fillmore Auditorium.
During the Disco era Rippee slipped into a coma only to be revived with the most recent Blues Renaissance.
Pieces of Peace
I was an RCA brat, so radio is in my "genes." I have lived on both coasts and in the middle - it's all good! Radio - what a great medium in which to convey information, whether talk or music, good or bad. The listener can choose.
I have loved radio since I was a child growing up in Los Angeles. Much later in life, when I was completely hooked on public affairs programming, I was fortunate to work for 2 years as an intern, volunteer and free lance producer on KQED's "Forum". The eclectic format suited my natural curiosity, and I got a certain rush when Noam Chomsky took my calls. Noam hasn't called since I left KQED.
So, it was a given that I would have a show that is all over the map- from f
Between Rock and A Jazz Place
Grey Shepard was born and raised in NYC three blocks from Times Square. He arrived here in West Marin after spending 20 years in Boulder, CO. as a social worker during the day, and rock 'n roll stage manager and theatrical sound designer at night. Grey has worked at Boulder's KGNU as a live engineer and has now enjoyed the privilege of programming his music-oriented radio show for KWMR since 2002. &nb