Our music is a tasteful blend of New and Classic Country, Bluegrass, Folk, Grassicana and Americana.
Country artists: North Country 1320, WCVR supports independent country music! We have a whole music category in our playlist for regional and independent artists. Send us your demo and we'll screen it for possible airplay. It's as simple as that. Drop us a note if you have something you think we should play.
Our programs include:
CBS Radio News at the top of every hour.
North Country Weather twice an hour from 6AM to Midnight.
Country Calendar once an hour.
Morning Wakeup Show - Wake up in the morning with great music and an upbeat DJ! Weekdays 5-10 AM.
WCVR Lunch Break - A mixed bag of Regional, roots and other country weekdays at Noon.
Into The Blue - 3 hours of Bluegrass Saturdays at 8AM
Heat of The House - Jay Hooper talks about issues that affect Vermonters Saturday mornings at 11.
American Radio Journal - government affairs news and commentary Sundays at 7:30 AM
Anchored In The Word - Bible based teaching brought to you by Charles Russell. Sundays at 8 AM.
Talkin' Birds - A talk show about bird watching. Sundays at 9:30 AM.
American Christian Music Review - Positive Country music with a message. Sunday Mornings at 10.
WCVR signed on November 26, 1968. We were a daytime only station at first, with a middle-of-the-road music format that leaned country. The original owners were businessmen from White River Junction: Frank Gilman and Nelson Crawford. Their original General Manager was the prominent Vermont radio-newspaper commentator Bob Smith, who staffed the station with a program director from Burlington (Gary D'Arcangelo) and a morning man, Gene Puffer, who had operated a nearby general store. Puffer later purchased his own radio station in Wells River, WYKR (now WTWN). At first, WCVR struggled to gain traction with the local business community, but sales increased over the following... Read on
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