Jeff BieriJeff Bieri
Jeff Bieri

Jeff was born and raised in Colorado with a brief stint spent in New Mexico during his “wandering years”.  His love of music brought him to 91.5 KRCC in 1989, and, in the interim,  he has hosted every daypart of 91.5 KRCC’s programming.  Jeff has participated in over 60 KRCC membership drives during the course of his employment, and still has hopes of garnering even more public support for 91.5 KRCC.

  • July 20-23, KRCC presents The Public Theater and WNYC’s production of Free Shakespeare in the Park and RICHARD II.
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  • Here a few frequently asked questions about KRCC’s weekend programming that are answered for you…. Why did you change your weekend schedule? KRCC and CPR have aligned our weekend schedules to ensure listeners across the state will receive a continuous experience along Colorado’s entire I-25 corridor from Wyoming to New Mexico.
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  • WAMU 88.5 announced today that Chicago radio and podcast talent Jenn White has been selected as the new host of the nationally syndicated NPR show 1A. No stranger to public media, White comes to 1A from WBEZ Chicago, where she hosts the station’s midday talk program Reset with Jenn White.
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  • Local musicians are proving that the music doesn’t need to die with the social distancing rules that we are facing. Here are just a few of the local artists whose creative spirits are still thriving in the seclusion of their homes. Inaiah Lujan performed a ‘Virtual Concert’ that permiered March 21st on YouTube.
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  • Why are you putting Indie 102.3 on in Colorado Springs at this time? We know the world seems upside down right now. And on top of everything else, your regularly scheduled radio programs have been disrupted.
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  • KRCC and Colorado Public Radio are committed to providing you with the most up-to-date and accurate information about the spread of the Coronavirus, while also adhering to public health guidelines.
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  • On this episode of Air Check, Jeff and Vicky invite KRCC General Manager Kyle Cunningham to share a song during the music  roundtable discussion, and singer songerwriter Kat Edmonson sings a couple of songs in the KRCC studio and talks with Vicky about her love of the American songbook, and following the dreams in her

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  • Ryan Warner, the host of Colorado Matters, will be at Colorado Craft this Friday afternoon, March 6th. Colorado Matters is a daily news interview show from Colorado Public Radio, and has been broadcasting from  Colorado Springs this week. The show can now be heard weekdays at 9 a.m.
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  • In Colorado Springs, there are over 100 unsolved homicides dating back to 1949 that have surpassed the one-year investigative grace period, designating them as “cold cases.” Someone, somewhere has the answers that could crack these cases wide open, and detectives are eager to hear from those individuals who might have information.
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  • Beginning Monday March 2nd, KRCC and Colorado Public Radio will be aligning daytime weekday schedules to provide public radio listeners with a consistent listening and information experience all the way from Wyoming to New Mexico.  This new partnership will allow both organizations to broadcast state and local news every hour, and will provide a continuous

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  • We hope you will agree that KRCC presented some truly memorable music underneath the Colorado Avenue Bridge during the past thirteen years.  Every summer since 2006, KRCC’s Blues Under the Bridge Festival featured artists the likes of Koko Taylor, Robert Belfour, Charlie Musselwhite, the Holmes Brothers, Bettye LaVette, Los Lobos, Booker T.
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  • Born and raised in Wheatridge, Colorado, Dean Reed moved to Hollywood at the age of 19 in an attempt to become a star. He was groomed to be a teen pop idol by Capitol Records before becoming a socialist during a tour of South America in the 1960s.
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  • This Sunday at 6pm, KRCC Presents…Lost Highways, Episode 4 – The Dearest Field. In the aftermath of the American Civil War, all-Black settlements sprang up throughout the West as formerly enslaved people and their descendants sought to build a better life.
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  • This Sunday at 6pm KRCC Presents…Episode 3 of Lost Highways – The Passion of Alan Berg. Noel and Tyler spin the dial on the talk radio time machine to meet Alan Berg, the loud-mouthed Denver media personality who helped pioneer the “outrage for profit”  business model that drives political media today.
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  • On Episode 2 of Lost Highways, Tyler and Noel set out to investigate an alleged feud between two bickering bonsai clubs. But their quest leads them instead to Amache, a WWII prison camp for people of Japanese ancestry in southeast Colorado.    Join us for KRCC Presents… every Sunday evening at 6pm on 91.5 KRCC.
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  • 91.5 KRCC will be adding three new shows into rotation starting January 1st, 2020.  Beginning Wednesday January 1st, at 3:30pm The Daily can be heard weekdays following Marketplace. The Daily is a Peabody Award winning daily news podcast and radio show by the American newspaper The New York Times.
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