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January 01, 1990 - November 13, 2012 + Special Programming
The man who fused fiddle and jazz blazed musical trails followed by country and rock musicians today.
The great composer and stride piano player was one of America's greatest innovators.
Her music broke boundaries and her voice spoke volumes.
Two generations of music lovers have found this innovative singer- songwriter and performer so compelling.
The groundbreaking band, their music, their turbulent history, and the indelible marks they left behind.
Webcasters are supporting the Internet Radio Equality Act, which has garnered bipartisan support in the House as well as the Senate. In addition, they have...
The host is Green Beret and poet Major Robert Schaefer, US Army Special Forces. This hour-long special features the voices of veterans remembering their comrades. From Hearing...
In conjunction with Los Angeles Philharmonic's month-long music, art and film series, Shadow of Stalin, we invite you to join us for a special reprise...
President Bush will speak to the nation about his veto of the Iraq Spending Bill, which imposes a timeline for US troop withdrawal in Iraq. KCRW will...
KCRW will air NPR's recap of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on the Department of Justice Oversight beginning at 6:30 pm PST. This one hour...
The KCRW.com News Channel will carry live anchored coverage from NPR News of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on the Department of Justice Oversight. At...
This one-hour special for Passover, which replaces Good Food on this date, explores the Festival of Spring and Freedom.
On Tuesday, February 13 through Friday, February 16 (6:30-7:30pm), 89.9 FM KCRW-Santa Monica and KCRW.com will broadcast NPR's daily hour-long wrap-ups of the debate in...
On Tuesday, February 13, Wednesday, February 14 and Thursday, February 14 (6-7am), KCRWworldnews.com will air full live coverage of the debate in the House of...
KCRW will broadcast live anchored coverage from NPR News of President Bush's State of the Union Address, beginning at 6 pm Pacific time, followed by...