Radio Station Information

KSPB 91.9 FM

City of License:
Pebble Beach, CA

Format:
Variety

Owner:
Robert Louis Stevenson School

KSPB is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Pebble Beach, CA. The station broadcasts Variety programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

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By: Timothy Dale Edwards on October 28, 2014

We would be so apprciative if you'd consider playing our brand new single ‘Monterey Bay’ by Sun-Pinned Leaves. We are an English music duo and the song is dedicated to the memory of the beautiful music of John Denver. The song was released on Friday on all of the major online platforms. Christopher Brown (‘Sun-Pinned Leaves’) Kent, England (Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SunPinnedLeaves/) Links to ‘Monterey Bay’ by Sun-Pinned Leaves https://open.spotify.com/track/35S4fTOFoAbnv3N2o6qbyk?si=oZ-ZdW2OTjinBxKquPS0PA https://youtu.be/_pxm8xhCxLs https://music.apple.com/gb/album/monterey-bay-single/1526711946 iheartradio.com “My love for John Denver’s music began as a boy in the 1970s. Whilst recovering from appendicitis ‘Leaving on a Jet Plane’ came over the hospital radio which transported me far away from my surroundings to another world. As a teen my musical tastes were diverse but, I’d always return to the beautiful tone of JD’s voice and I wore out the grooves on vinyl copies of ‘’Greatest Hits’, ‘Back Home Again’ and ‘Windsong’. In 1979 now at College my parents’ birthday gift was a ticket to see him at London’s Wembley Empire Pool where he and his band filled the space with melodies that spirited me to beautiful landscapes peopled by friendly faces. Twelve years later with my wife Ann, I saw him play the Royal Albert Hall and she was able to share the magic I’d felt in 1979. This would be the last time we’d see him play. In 2002 on a US vacation I found myself looking out over Monterey Bay humbled by the beauty tinged with serenity. Eighteen years on with my musical partner in Sun-Pinned Leaves Neil Faulkner, we remember John Denver in our song ‘Monterey Bay’.”
By: Christopher Brown on August 18, 2020

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