Biography of The LowDown



The LowDown which airs Monday and Wednesday nights from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. was originally called Looking Ahead.  The show was conceived as a project to inspire interest in volunteerism and community service.  Since then the show has grown to encompass topics on health, wellbeing and independent media.  Finding new music acts has been one of the passions of the show’s producer, Victoria Ann Davis.  The concert arises out of this year’s Bethlehem Musikfest coverage where, prior to her Lyrikplatz appearance, Sarah Donner joined The LowDown live in the studio to play songs from her new release.


Victoria Ann and her co-host/sister Rosalind Davis have a long history in community radio.  Prior to WDVR, they broadcasted together at WCVH FM in Flemington.  Where Rosalind had a music show from 1982 to 1986 and produced and engineered Victoria’s show Under the Rainbow—a children’s music half-hour.


For twenty years WDVR has served Hunterdon and its surrounding counties with high-quality, non-commercial, radio programming.  It can be heard 24-7 on 89.7 FM (91.9 FM in the Princeton area) and at  The station is licensed to Penn-Jersey Educational Radio, a New Jersey 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation.  Its mission is to provide high quality, non-commercial, educational radio to the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys in Central West New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania.  WDVR delivers a uniquely diverse format of music and talk provided by a staff of over fifty unpaid volunteers.


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