Radio Station Information
City of License:
Napa Radio Project, Inc.
KCMU is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 103.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Napa, CA. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
This Station is the best!!
By: michael saavedra on December 28, 2017
I have some requests! Interested about the direction of this new station. There's so many different genres we could use here. Listening this morning, the slow Indie sounding music as pretty sad sounding. I hope it gets more uplifting, as Napa could really benefit from that as a community.
Thanks for putting out music!
Will you be doing announcements of local events? I have a fundraiser is love to get on your calendar.
By: Colleen Harmon on March 29, 2018
First night of listening, May 21st. and happy with the eclectic mix so far. The broadcast sounds great through a vintage receiver and amp. It has been years since I've listened to commercial-free FM radio, and the lack of interruption is refreshing. I approve of the launch of this project.
By: Stephen Simoneau on May 21, 2018
The gang here is absolutely enjoying the music you are playing.
No interruptions and the songs segueing one into the other.
By: Durs Koenig on December 17, 2018
What I did to Dr my momma to drinking was every time she got a job I would show up to that job and accidentally get her fired the fire department was always bringing me home because I was helping them put out fires and once they had to get their extension ladder and get me out of a tree. The Napa Police department usually pick me up from school on a regular and brought me home to keep me from getting in trouble on my way home. I even ended up in juvenile hall and at the time my mother happened to be the juvenile Justice commissioner sorry Mom!
By: Christopher on April 22, 2019
Such an inspiring mix of genres, decades, etc! Any chance you could post playlists anywhere?
By: Marni on August 9, 2019
Love Love Love the new radio station. Finally an alternative to the same old thing. So glad someone is paying attention to all the great music that does not always get well-deserved air time. i love to hear new things that are not always "mainstream:" and am finding that, along with rare, strange and new, great refreshing voices/artists out there thanks to you!
Best of the best! I will be listening and looking for playlists! please and thank you!
By: Diane on November 21, 2020
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