Diane Crumley

Diane has been volunteering for KDRT since the launch party in September 2004. Getting the word out about this grassroots station and supporting local musicians and LIVE music in Davis is both a passion and an active volunteer role for Diane as she serves as Outreach Coordinator and long-term Steering Committee member. Diane organized KDRT's first benefit concert in January 2008 at the then newly-renovated Davis Odd Fellows Hall that featured Davis favorites Barry "The Fish" Melton joined by the Bill Scholer Blues Band, in order to raise funds for the "Save Our Station" SOS campaign against loosing our frequency to a commercial station. Since then, the Odd Fellows Hall has become a premier live-music venue in downtown Davis, and KDRT has broadcasted live from there for BIG events like the Help for Haiti benefit, both Davis Music Festivals, Thursday Live! monthly concert series, and the 2012 Benefit for Habitat for Humanity International, with help again from Barry Melton. Diane sees these opportunities for the power of LIVE music, community radio and community participation as a great fit for both KDRT and for having a lot of fun in the process.

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