Stoke FM 92.5

The soundtrack to your adventure in Revelstoke

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About us

Stoke FM is the love child of a secondhand antenna and a keg party. Kootenay Co-op Radio and Begbie Brewing left the baby to the party’s host, Scott Duke, a man with minimal first aid experience and little faith in single parenting. So Scott did what anyone would: bagged the woman of his dreams, bought a house, and wholeheartedly took on the responsibility of raising the abandoned child. Stoke FM saved up its money while broadcasting in Scott’s basement. After a couple of years, and a couple more keg parties, Stoke FM did what any kid would do.

Moved out of its parents’ basement.

Stoke FM now resides in a penthouse in the trendy East 100 Block on 2nd Street in downtown Revelstoke.

We play the tunes that you would actually listen to all while creating a “stoke” culture channel. The not-for-profit station has partnered with 140 local Revelstoke businesses, sponsored events, and cross promotes up and coming artists and shows. It provides a voice for everyone from yoga teachers to politicians. We are dropping the needle on the classics, playing all the new indie tracks, and running a gamut of shows hosted by local celebrities—no need to mention that everyone is famous in a small town.

Our Team

Jace Preenan

Executive Director

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Jace’s bio coming soon!

Marquie M. Murphy

President

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As the president of Stoke FM Radio Society, Marquie provides
leadership to the Board of Directors, sets policy, and establishes committees to better serve our ambitions as a not-for-profit society, which in turn, serves and supports the community of Revelstoke, B.C.
Marquie also runs a multifaceted production company that supports clients in their creative endeavors. Her heart centered content showcases events, sustainability projects, new social design, and performance arts through many digital formats. Her desire is to co-create and help raise the collective frequency through community support and education.

Patrick Spencer

Volunteer board member
Host of Lobster Poutine

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Patrick Spencer can be found taking over the Stoke FM airwaves as Bungalow Vansion while hosting Lobster Poutine.

Likes: Snacks, Snow, and Great Tunes
Dislikes: Onions, Acoustic Guitar, and Drum Circles

Catch him on air every Sunday night between 5 and 6 pm. Lobster Poutine is an eclectic mix of oldies, goodies, and whatever’s been going through Pat’s head that week. When he’s live in the studio, Pat loves it when listeners call in to chat, request songs, and humour him.

Aaron Orlando

Volunteer board member
Chairperson of the Programming Committee

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Aaron Orlando is a Revelstoke-based journalist. He is the creative director at Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine and revelstokemountaineer.com. At Stoke FM, he volunteers as chairperson of the programming committee. If you have an idea for a radio show of any kind, please contact Aaron, who can guide you through the development process from idea to on the air. Contact Aaron at aaronorlando (at) gmail.com

Kyle van Yzerloo

Volunteer board member
Treasurer

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Often found sailing the frequen’sea’s and riding the airwaves of Stoke FM hunting for hidden booty and lost treasure, Kyle takes care of all things involving bean counting and balancing (on a peg leg of course). He grew up downstream the Columbia River and sailed up to Revelstoke in 2018. When not hunting for lost treasure below, he can be found riding the plank in the alpine on all slopes looming over the town.

Lerritt Robinson

Volunteer board member
Host of Monday Night Mayhem

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Lerritt grew up in a midtown Toronto neighbourhood with no less than three popularradio stations, has an uncle known for his radio voice in both Toronto and Montreal, and spent a great deal of his formative years listening to sports and music over the airwaves. As such, he has always had an interest in radio broadcasting. When Stoke FM became a reality on Revelstoke’s airwaves in 2011, and the opportunity to create original radio programming became available, it was a natural fit for him.

Starting with Monday Mayhem in 2012, Lerritt has gone on to perform a number of duties with Stoke FM. He joined the Board of Directors when the station became a non-profit society in 2016, and he has co-hosted four different shows, including the Stoke FM Morning Show, as well as guest hosted on a number of others. He has coached and mentored new show hosts to the station, and has organize and manage various fundraising events.

When it comes to the future success of Stoke FM, Lerrit’s passion runs as deep as that of the music he plays, and the topics that he covers. Yet, aside from that passion and the seriousness of helping to run what has become a community institution in Stoke FM, his main goal is to entertain and inform anyone who will listen.

Nolan Libby

Volunteer board member

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Will Harding

Board member

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Bryce Harrison

Volunteer

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