KURE-LP 106.1 FM

Serving our Local and Global Communities

KURE-LP (Low Power) 106.1 FM is a non-profit community radio station, broadcasting and streaming 24/7 from Desert Rose Bahá’í Institute, to serve the communities of Eloy, Casa Grande and Coolidge, Arizona. Low-powered (LP) stations educate, involve and inspire people in rural and urban localities all around the world. And now that we’re on the web, you can hear us wherever you are!

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Roman Orona

Indigenous Cafe

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Rick Rock

(DJ Rick Rock)
Club Mix

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Helena Esaloma

Polynesian Sounds

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Melvin Banning

(Melody Mel) Classic Rock

Local DJ’s fill the airwaves     Here at KURE-LP we are particularly proud of the outstanding contributions from our local DJ’s.   They play a diverse selection of music as befits an Institute that embraces people of all ages and backgrounds
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Bonnie Tozer


Click to learn about KURE-LP FM’s Station Manager Chris Ruhe

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@eef89 via Twenty20


Click to read about Black Lives Matter at KURE-LP FM

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@mskatherineq via Twenty20


Click to choose from unique, inspiring podcasts

Music and More!  Find children’s programs, discussions on current events, poetry, updates from the Vice-Mayor of Eloy and much, much more.  

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