You can listen to K-Dave streamed via the Internet, but if you use Windows Media Player you’ll need to download and install this plug-in to hear it:  OpenPlsInWmp2Setup.exe  Running this will allow your version of Windows Media Player to open the “.pls” file that starts the streaming audio.  Then you can listen to K-Dave, if it is “on the air” when you try to connect.  If you get an error and Windows Media Player won’t run, consider trying VLC, an open-source (free) video/audio player that works very well and handles the .pls file properly.  Or try the following Flash-based player, but be aware that you’ll lose the sound if you navigate away from this page.

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Here is an embedded Windows Media Player for those of you running an appropriate browser on a Windows machine:STANDBY=”Loading Windows Media Player components…” TYPE=”application/x-oleobject”>WIDTH=”600″ HEIGHT=”192″ ShowControls=”1″ ShowStatusBar=”1″ ShowDisplay=”0″ autostart=”0″>
Note: On occasion the “Now Playing” data is absent or stuck on a previous song.  I try to keep it current and working but it has issues sometimes.  Sorry…

I have addressed the problem of the upstream link failing but only by forcing a reset every few hours.  This helps but there may be occasional stretches of silence between resets.  It isn’t a ‘fix’ but it seems to be functioning as a work-around.

The following is the K-Dave Station ID but you won’t hear it on the air for now since I don’t have a way to include it with the ‘mix’:

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