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McKenzie River Broadcasting (Mckenzie River Broadcasting Company, Inc.)
KMGE is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Eugene, OR and is part of the Eugene-Springfield, OR radio market. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming. KMGE is owned by McKenzie River Broadcasting.
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Most Played Artist
Daughtry, Madonna, Billy Joel, Train, Lady Gaga, Bryan Adams, Katy Perry, Shania Twain, Sheryl Crow, Michael Jackson, Colbie Caillat, Fleetwood Mac, Kelly Clarkson, Hootie & The Blowfish, The Script, Huey Lewis & The News, Chicago, Matchbox Twenty, Michael Buble, Maroon 5
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Eugene-Springfield, OR
Listener Comments and Reviews
I am from CASA- Voices for Children in Benton County. I was wondering what the pricing would be to advertise for an event this week.
By: Ashley Morris on May 4, 2015
Now that my comment about the crude jokes regarding Trump is finished, let me give you a compliment. One thing in particular that makes me really like your station, so that I don't want to give up listening to it, is that you give the name of the singer – artist at the end of every song. I think you're the only station around here that does it, and it helps me a lot in keeping up with new music and who is singing it.
By: Greg Bader on January 18, 2017
For Immediate Release
UO Alum, Bluestep Recording Artist Jameson Tabor Releases Lead Single “All These Tears”
LOS ANGELES, California, March 22nd, 2017 — JamTab Music presents the lead single “All These Tears" from UO alum Jameson Tabor’s upcoming debut album, PURSUIT. The song showcases the raging sounds of a dark past, transformed into a hopeful and upbeat pop number, through a new dance-blues fusion genre called Bluestep.
“‘All These Tears’ is based on the real struggles I faced this last year, while living in Hollywood and creating my album,” admits Jameson Tabor, the artist, writer and co-producer for the track. “It was really a hard year, living and being in a relationship with someone who was developing anxiety and depression. I tried to find ways to be a support for her when I had no idea what to do. Honestly, I was no hero, and probably made things worse sometimes… It was intense!”
Recorded from March 2016 to November 2016, “All These Tears” utilizes Dubstep tonality and rhythms, combining them with the power of a soulful male vocal. The lyrics also fictionalize the story, pulling in visuals of dimming light, chipped teeth, and wading through a flood. Tabor transforms the song texture by cycling through distorted synthesizers and a symphony of layered bass sounds.
“This song kind of shaped my vision for the whole album,” concludes Tabor. “I just wanted her to know it would all be alright. I wanted to bring confidence and light to those who need it.”
Download the song: iTunes
Jameson Tabor’s debut EP, “PURSUIT” drops March 31st. Pre-order: iTunes
(Pictured: All These Tears artwork, Jameson Tabor)
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By: Jenna Knudsen on March 22, 2017
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