Whether you like piano rolls, pre-1920 cylinders, 78s from the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s or early 45s and mono LPs, this is your station. Broadcasting on AM 680 with the full audio spectrum. On the internet we stream in the original monaural not wasting bandwidth. Better than CD quality.The picture you are looking at is Larry D. "Skip" Marrow. Skip had wanted a radio station as long as he could remember. He finally got a slot on the FM dial in Elma, Washington but wanted an AM slot (the first sign this was to be a strange radio station). As fate would have it he found an AM available only to find, after he bought it, that there wasn't even enough equipment to do talk radio (and that can be accomplished with a Radio Shack microphone).As a business owner he found he had enough of a line of credit to go on the air. On February 5th 1995 KBRD went on the air at 680 AM, a sun to sun station. At the time it was called KLDY since the KBRD call letters were owned by an elevator music