On December 22, a power outage corrupted KLZR’s operating system, causing KLZR to go off the air. It took quite some time and a lot of work to get us up and running. KLZR would like to thank members of our technical support team for their good efforts.
Bob Thomason built KLZR’s infrastructure and continues to offer support when needed. He recently got the webcam up and running on KLZR.org.
Irwin Burton maintains our network, performing daily checks on the station’s operations.
AJ Biggerstaff has put hundreds of hours into building and maintaining our playlists and library. He is familiar with the nuts and bolts of KLZR’s operation and recently completed a comprehensive DJ handbook.
Joe Srogoncik is KLZR’s contact with ENCO, supplier of the software that keeps KLZR on the air. Joe recently spent many hours upgrading our software and working out the inevitable bugs.
All four of these volunteers answered the call when KLZR went off the air recently. Thank You!
Thank you for joining us at the 2018 Annual KLZR Winter Open House! It was another successful event full of great music, treats and good cheer! It was the final KLZR event at The Back Room … KLZR thanks Cathy Snow for being such a generous host! Special thanks to our performers this year … Bob Reed, Jack Naff, John Drew Peterson, Smythe, Taylor (and Taylor!), Ron Thomason and Heidi Clare. Silver Cliff Lights were unable to perform but Beans N Wheels stepped in on short notice with a very energetic performance. We are SO happy to hear that Terry from Silver Cliff Lights is doing well and will be back on stage shortly!
The annual Spirit Campaign is a once a year opportunity to have a portion of your donation matched by the Wet Mountain Valley Community Foundation.
KLZR’s mission is to be a local, sustainable, interactive community radio station committed to timely, reliable, informative and entertaining broadcast for the Wet Mountain Valley and beyond.
Our 24/7/365 programming features a variety of music and information shows, many hosted by local folks from teens to seniors. We are committed to timely, reliable, informative and entertaining broadcast for the Wet Mountain Valley and beyond, especially during local emergencies such as wildfires.
KLZR sponsors the Rock’n’Soul Jam, Free Summer in the Valley Concerts, Taste of The Valley, the High Peaks Music Festival, the High Peaks Premiere, and a Spring and Winter Open House featuring live local music.
KLZR streams online at www.klzr.org.As a volunteer operated, listener supported station, we are 100% sustained by your contributions.
When power was restored after a short outage Friday night, the station did not boot up properly. KLZR was off the air until Saturday afternoon, when we were able to start broadcasting a rotation of classical music. We are investigating the problem and will post any updates here as well as the KLZR Facebook page.