Gotta love the indie spirit: The station once offered to ban “Stairway to Heaven” in return for a hefty pledge drive donation—and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin immediately paid up.
As one of Oregon Public Broadcasting’s stations, they share whip-smart local reporting alongside syndicated shows from NPR and other public radio entities.
For a break from the region’s plethora of country radio, rely on the longtime pop provider for jams of the Kanye and Demi Lovato variety.
The wide open spaces of Eastern Washington are ideal for the catchy, uncomplicated beats of modern country music.
Alternative classics—your Weezers, your Radioheads—blend with Canuck flavors like the Tragically Hip and the Sheepdogs.