R.I.P. Rockin’ Richard

“Rockin’ Richard” Grimes was the most popular DJ on KFOK. This from his online listeners, but even more so those who tuned into his show on 95.1FM in Georgetown. We lost Richard on March 29th, as he passed on.

Richard put his heart in his show as he did in everything he would do. More than anything else, you could say he cared. He cared about KFOK-LP, our local all volunteer radio station. He cared about Georgetown and Garden Valley. He cared about his friends, but most of all, he cared about his family.

RIP Richard, you have left a hole in all of our hearts, which you will occasionally sneak back into.

Keep on rockin’ it, Richard, we ❤ you!


Meet Our Broadcasters

This week’s featured broadcaster:

Lindsay Beth Currier

Lindsay Beth CurrierTales from the Trails
Tuesdays, 10–11 am

Tune in every Tuesday for a mixed-content show focused on mountain biking. Host Lindsay Beth Currier will cover conditions on Northern California’s mountain-biking trails, stewardship efforts, community rides, and upcoming grassroots events. Lindsay will also play a mixture of music from her personal mountain-biking playlist, rider-requested music, and songs from mountain-bike movies. Expect positive, uplifting beats to inspire you to hit the trail with two wheels. Tales from the Trails will also feature occasional interviews and trail tips with guest riders and trail builders. Lindsay will accept song requests and content suggestions.


Thanks to Our Supporters!

This week’s featured underwriter:

Georgetown Hardware

Georgetown Hardware sells general hardware, propane, paint, fishing supplies, licenses, and ammo. The store, located in Georgetown’s Buffalo Hill Center, is open Monday–Saturday, 8 am–5:30 pm and Sunday, 9 am–5 pm.


Help Us Keep Community Radio Alive!

Support KFOK and the American River Folk Society

 Make a Tax-Deductible Donation Through PayPal

Or make a check out to KFOK Community Radio and mail it to:

KFOK Community Radio
PO Box 4238
Georgetown, CA 95634


Cowboy Gathering 2014Coming Events

American River Folk Society’s

Cowboy Gathering on the Georgetown Divide

Poetry, Storytelling, Music and More!

October 18 – 19, 2014



*Attention: Singers, Bands, Managers, Agents, Record Labels

Send your music to the attention of “Music Director” at the above address to get it onto KFOK Community Radio.

KFOK Community Radio is located at 6290 Main Street in Georgetown, California. Our staff is all volunteer and we do not keep regular business hours, so please call us at (530) 333-4335 before coming by to visit!


19 thoughts on “

  1. gary

    what happened to the kfok blog ?

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  2. rebecca

    Listening to Bad Radio with Jim & Paige from Mesa Arizona. Well done. Loved all the selections.

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  3. Ray Griffiths

    Hi, I’d like to do a follow-up monthly summary of the Georgetown Divide Public Utility District meetings. Timing would depend on whether the Best of Gold Country Culture follows my science program or not. It wouldn’t be long – likely 15-20 min.
    Ray Griffiths

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  4. Looking forward to submitting some music for consideration…thanks for the follow!

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    • Likewise! KFOK is happy to help promote your band in any way we can! If you guys have any info you’d like to get out, pass it along and we’ll be glad to post it for you.

      You can send your CD’s to:
      KFOK Community Radio
      PO Box 4238
      Georgetown, CA 95634
      Attention: Music Director

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  5. Mike and Gayla Walden

    Had a great time on Sunday at Founders Day. Thank you Kathleen Lindsen, Kat and Marty Mendenhall for the tour of your Radio Station and telling us about Georgetown History. Best Regards, Mike and Gayla Walden.

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    • Kathleen Lindsen

      Thank you so much, it was a pleasure to meet you both and have you in the KFOK Studio!

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  6. robert feuer

    Cathy Rohm’s shows are exceeded only by her great beauty.

    Robert, A Listener

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  7. Folks, Contact me about two radio series I have created and available through PRX…’The Stone Age’ and ‘The Hayride’…Currently on 10 radio station schedules in the US since 2005. KFOK can have them if you want them. Please sample at http://www.prx.org or call me at 707-822-1372

    Thank You! Dan 2-12-13

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  8. Folks, I have two program series available if you’d like to sample them…’The Stone Age’ and ‘The Hayride’…you can also go to http://www.prx.org for information or call me at 707-822-1372….Both programs are aired regularly on public radio in the US on 10 stations. Thanks, Dan Wargo 2-12-13

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  9. David

    Hi, my name is David I’ve lived in Placerville since 1979. I moved up from Oakland where I listened to KFAT out of Gilroy and KPFA out of Berkley. I love community based radio that highlight local artists, bands , organizations and are supported locally. I would like to start a station in Placerville, or work together at expanding KFOK listeners by boosting their signal? I have very little know how but a lot of desire to highlight local talent and be a voice of the community much like KVMR is out of Nevada City. I would appreciate any input and expertise you may offer as to how to get started. Who should I solicit and how much capital does one need to get a station on the air?
    Sincerely yours David Cole. 622-xxxx

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    • Hi David,
      Thanks for expressing your interest in helping KFOK Community Radio! I have forwarded your questions on to our General Manager. We will be contacting you soon.

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    • FATHead Radio is on as we speak, and we’d love to have you! Community radio is a true gift,as you know. Call the station at 530.333-4300 and speak with the on-air broadcaster, or you can leave a message at 530.333.4335. WELCOME ABOARD!

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    • Bruce Hayden

      If you have questions regarding putting up a radio station please contact me at Folkmuse@thefolkmuse.com. I can give you the information you are asking for.

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    • folkmuse

      Contact me, Folkmuse@thefolkmuse.com. I can give you the information you are requesting as well as the organizations to contact. There is an opening for Low Power FM coming in October. You will have to have all of your ducks in a row so to speak. There are two open frequencies in Placerville as well as two in Coloma. Only a non-profit organization can receive a Construction Permit to build a non-commercial broadcast station.

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    • Hello, David, my name is Kathleen Lindsen, and I am general manager of KFOK Community Radio. We are having a broadcaster meeting Saturday June 29, 2013 at the KFOK studio, in Georgetown, starting at 10 am, with a BBQ to follow. We are located at 6290 Main Street. You are welcome to join us, as this would be a good time to find out more about us. Sincerely, Kathleen

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