KRCL is here for you. We're just practicing social distancing

With the ever-changing health landscape due to the COVID-19 pandemic, KRCL has made the difficult and necessary decision to keep KRCL volunteers, staff and visitors at home for the next couple of weeks. As a community radio station broadcasting in this new world of social distancing, we are operating in uncharted territory. We do not feel it is responsible of us to ask the general public to stay home, but require hosts and staff to come to the studio.


How to Support Local Musicians During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We are all adjusting to a new life and new habits during the COVID-19 pandemic. As music lovers, our main habit is going out to see music played live. And while that is not possible now, many musicians are now moving to virtual shows on their Facebook pages.


Queens of Music Fest Art On Display thru March at The Gateway

Thank you to everyone who painted, performed and cheered on the Queens of Music Fest. If you missed the creation of these new works, they will be on display at The Gateway by the main fountain thru March with thanks to The Blocks.


KRCL Presents: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit at Live at the Eccles Aug 1

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit have a new album, Runions, and a tour to go along with it! They'll be at Live at the Eccles on Aug 1 with Billy Strings opening the show!


KRCL Presents: Caroline Rose with Samia at The State Room June 18

Caroline Rose's new album, Superstar, is set to release March 6 on New West Records. The record is an underdog story, and one not far off from Caroline Rose’s real life. After a years-long struggle to release what would ultimately become 2018’s LONER, deemed “a singular artistic statement from it’s unforgettable album art all the way down” (Pitchfork), Rose found herself in the midst of a new widespread audience, one both delightfully intrigued and perplexed about how and where to place her. That, combined with a developed set of studio skills and a challenge to “make something from nothing,” marked the beginning of Superstar. Gone are the polished Hollywood hunks and starlets of olde. Here is a shamelessly odd hero, or rather anti-hero, on a quest to become a someone.


*Canceled* KRCL Presents: Laura Marling at The Commonwealth Room April 25

Unfortunately, Laura Marling has canceled her entire tour. For details visit