Vicky Gregor

Music Coordinator, Evening Music Mix Host, Air Check Host

Vicky became a big fan of 91.5 KRCC in the late 80's, listening to the mind blowing music shows that the station aired. She took the DJ Training Class in 1994, started volunteering, and said yes to every job that the station offered her (including overnight DJ duties!). Vicky became the Music Coordinator in 2012 and still can't quite believe her good fortune.

Vicky believes that radio is life!

Ways to Connect


  • • During the month of July,  Art 111 Gallery & Art Supply will have on display more than 20 local artist works.  The LGBTQ friendly event features Robert McClain "Mustache Paintings," an insight into being a gay man during the 7o's.
  • The Pikes Peak Library District invites you to participate in "Summer Adventure," offering at-home  activity ideas for ages 0-18.
  • These and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.


  •   Colorado Springs Sports Corporation presents "4th of July Symphony On Your Porch".  Get ready for the largest 4th of July event with fireworks erupting across the Pikes Peak Region.  Enjoy the Colorado Springs Philharmonic's annual patriotic concert broadcast from local radio stations, including KCME 88.7, from your porch!  Tune into KKTV to watch a live stream of the fireworks.
  • Running through July 31, G44 Gallery brings you 'Bric-A Brac', a virtual journey that explores a simple, quiet space of color, comfort, and beauty.
  • These and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.

  •   View artist videos and framing information at the Academy Art & Frame Virtual Gallery through June 30.
  • Through August 28, Pillar Institute For Lifelong Learning virtual classes will offer topics that include history, science, math, religion, music and more.
  • On June 21 and 23, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival presents Live from Packard Hall, two socially distanced, live broadcast concerts coming straight to you from the CC campus!  The concerts will be live broadcast at 3:00 p.m by KCME.org or 88.7 FM.
  • These and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.

  •   On Friday, June 5, Virtual Cocktails & Conversation with Esai Morales takes a look at the fun and interesting side of actors, entertainers, atheletes, and others.
  • Running through June 12, The Palmer Park Photo Contest invites entries showing family friendly images of one of Colorado Springs' beloved outdoor spaces.
  • June 8-19 CaveSim Virtual Summer Camp offers kids 6-15 years old the opportunity to engage with other children from around the country, while learning about the wonders of caves.
  • These and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.

  •   You can still experience the Fine Arts Center with FAC Connect.  Visual, performing, and educational arts are at your fingertips, including the May 7 performance of "The Miraculous Journey Of Edward Tulane".
  • The Pikes Peak Library District will take a phased reopening approach for their 16 facilities that prioritizes the health and safety of patrons and staff.  They will soon be offering curbside service for library cardholders to return materials and pick up items on hold.  There is currently an array of virtual services and programs, including connect with a librarian.
  • These and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual. 

  •   On Friday, May 1, join us for Drive-By First Friday at Cottonwood Center for the Arts.  Enjoy live performances from local musicians while you view large scale 2 and 3D art.
  • Kimball's Peak Three Theater is hosting virtual screenings of great independent films that you can watch from the comfort of your own home, including "Slay The Dragon", "Phoenix, Oregon" and "Once Were Brothers", an intimate look at

  •   Wednesday mornings and Thursday afternoons through May 7, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic presents Virtual Interludes, connecting musical minds with priceless performers.
  • Poetry Heals Virtual Poetry Workshops can be found online every Wednesday evening through May 27.  Meet for some quiet time and creative expression.  Writers of all persuasions and abilities are welcome.
  • On April 30, the Pikes Peak Environ

  •     The Pikes Peak Library District Virtual Community Movie Discussions invite you to be a Friday afternoon film reviewer.
  • April 21-May 12 The Independence Center Virtual Mindfulness Learning Group explores the benefits of mindfulness and creating personal practices.
  • Through May 13, Mountain Country Virtual Concerts present the "Music Matters Concert Series", featuring performances from local bands and musicians.
  • April and May raise awareness, funds, and exercise levels by running or walking your own 5K in support of the Alpine Autism Center's "Run For One."
  • More information on these and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.

  • On April 9, Eclectic Co. Virtual Classes present the perfect workshop to break up quarantine monotony.  Make 2-3 felted Easter eggs with a kit delivered to you.
  • Poetry 719 Virtual Colorado Black Voices Matter Open Mic Night presents an inspiring and uplifting evening of celebration.
  • Through April 11, the Commonwheel Artists Co-op is holding an open call for artist submissions for their Colorado Summer Art Market.
  • The Rockrimmon Library of the PPLD presents Kiddo Yoga on April 15, providing movement, silly play and dance for the whole family.
  • More information on these and many other events can be found at peakradar.com/virtual.

Carol Noonan

The Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts is proud to play host to beloved blues musician Keb' Mo' on Wednesday, July 8.  Known for his collaborations with Taj Mahal and G.Love, Keb' has explored Americana, folk, Delta and country blues in his songs.

Members of KRCC will have a chance to win tickets during the Blue Plate Special and Evening Music Mix shows.

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The cold of winter will be warmed considerably on February 27 when G.Love &  Special Sauce return for a much anticipated show at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs.  Fans will be treated to songs from his latest release, "The Juice" along with classic favorites.  You can look forward to an evening of soul, hip hop, blues, and some foot stompin' harmonica playing.

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Jeff and Vicky share the musical roundtable with Mimi Norton Colorado College student and general manager of the Sounds of CC radio station, and Colorado favorite, Inaiah Lujan plays us a few new songs and talks about his journey as a member of The Haunted Windchimes and in/Planes to establishing a solo career.

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A few of KRCC's volunteer dj staff have weighed in with a recap of their top five albums or songs for 2019.  That is saying something considering somewhere in the neighborhood of three hundred records were added this year, not counting  semi-new music waiting to join our library!

DR. T (YOUR MUSIC MASTER) - TUESDAY LATE NIGHT - 10 p.m. to 12 a.m.

1.  Jamilia Woods - Legacy! Legacy!                 

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On this first episode of Air Check for the new year, the shows co-creator Jake Brownell gifts us with a return visit to the musical roundtable, singer/songwriter Miette Hope pays a visit home and to the KRCC studios for a performance of her new music, and violin maker Juan Pablo Mijares  opens the door of his workshop to KRCC's Mountain West reporter, Ali Budner.

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On Friday, December 6, the  improvisational guitar genius of Bill Frisell and Julian Lage will ring out at the Ent Center For The Performing Arts.  Known for their own recordings and collaborations with artists as diverse as Lucinda Williams, U2, Nels Cline,  Richard Hell and Voidoids and Chris Thile, Bill and Julian will bring prowess and passion to the stage.

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On Saturday, November 30 we will be giving thanks for the opportunity to witness the psych prog majesty of Vancouver's Black Mountain at Lulu's Downstairs in Manitou Springs.  Known for their classic rock prowess and transforming records, including 2019's Destroyer, this band is an absolute must see in a music lovers live show canon.

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Lulu's Downstairs  is excited to add a little extra beauty to your autumn evening when they present revered musician and songwriter Cass McCombs on Friday, October 25.

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This weekend, September 14 - 15, your calendar will be filled with a myriad of family friendly events.  

Starting this Saturday, The What If Festival of Innovation and Imagination will offer a full day of music, and over 100 interactive experiences in science, technology, engineering, and the arts.  

This Sunday, the Patty Jewett Neighborhood Association's Porchfest will host three different bands on three different porches for an afternoon of song, friends, food, and libations.  91.5 KRCC will be there for both events, both days, and each will be hosted by your friend and neighbor, Vicky.

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Singer, songwriter, and musician Amy Helm brings her soulful, alt-folk/rock artistry to The Ivywild School on Friday, August 30 at 7:30 p.m.

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Guatemalan singer songwriter Gaby Moreno brings her rich tapestry of language, guitar and musical styles to The Ent Center For The Arts on Thursday, August 22 at 7 p.m.  This Grammy nominated artist is also a recurring guest on "Live From Here" with Chris Thile, heard on 91.5 KRCC Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and again on Sunday 10 a.m. to noon.

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On this episode of Air Check, Jeff and Vicky spend some time with  former Colorado College sound technician Lewis Keller to review some new earworms.  Lewis not only knows a thing or two about the recording studio, but has also had a career as working musician, playing bass for Sony recording artist/singer/songwriter Lissie.

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A new live music venue has found a home in Manitou Springs.  Lulu's Downstairs inhabits a space that, back in the day, hosted the likes of Ray Charles, Frankie Avalon and Chubby Checker.  91.5 KRCC  invites you to be part of building the new tradition of exciting music in your own backyard.

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Ivywild Music and  91.5 KRCC are pleased to present the beauty in song of  Over The Rhine.  Known for the exquisite vocals of Karin Bergquist and multi instrumental talents of  musical partner, songwriter and husband Linford Detweiler,  this Ohio based folk rock band will light up the room at Ivywild School.

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Be listening to 91.5 KRCC's GT and Vintage Voltage, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 29, for your chance to pick up a pair of VIP tickets for Blues Under The Bridge .  Celebrating its' thirteenth year on July 13, the festival is once again presenting some of the finest blues musicians around, featuring headliner Tab Benoit.

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The Ent Center For The Arts will host two evenings of music with composer, singer and guitarist extraordinaire Kaki King on Friday June 28 and Saturday June 29.

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91.5 KRCC and Ivywild Music will host Josiah Johnson on Friday, June 7, 2019 at The Ivywild School.  Known for the beauty of his singing and songwriting as part of The Head and the Heart, Josiah continues to explore the terrain of love, loss and transition with Portland dream folk duo Lenore.

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Ivywild Music and 91.5 KRCC are excited to present a gothabilly punk evening with Slim Cessna's Auto Club at the Ivywild School on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.  Known for their twisted take on old timey country music, Denver's very own will seize the stage at this beloved venue.  Opening for the show will be former Gun Club member 

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On Saturday, July 13, The Pikes Peak Center For The Performing Arts will host internationally beloved icon Steve Martin.  Although known for his stand-up comedy and myriad of starring movie roles,  it is the acclaimed banjoist that will be front and center performing with his longtime musical companions and backing band,  The Steep Canyon Rangers.

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