Kram (born Mark Anthony Maher ca 1974, Finley, New South Wales) is the drummer/singer of Australian band Spiderbait. His stage name is an anagram of his first name; "Kram" is simply "Mark" spelled backwards. Kram has appeared at the 2004 benefit concert for the South-East Asian tsunami, WaveAid, as a member of supergroup The Wrights who performed Stevie Wright's 3 part classic, " Evie".
Kram may refer to:
KRAM, a radio station (1070 AM) licensed to serve West Klamath, Oregon, United States
Kram, alternate name for Kramm, California
Kram (musician), the stage name for Mark Maher, a member of Australian band Spiderbait
KRAM (1070 AM) was a radio station licensed to serve West Klamath, Oregon, USA. The station, established in 1989, was owned by Scott D. MacArthur, personal representative of the estate of Sandra A. Falk. KRAM fell silent in July 2006 and was deleted from the FCC database in February 2010.
''Kram'' ("hug") is a Swedish youth novel by Hans-Eric Hellberg, originally published in 1973 by Bonniers förlag. The book was at the time heavily debated because of the way it dealt with sexuality and sexual fantasies among young people. Commercially the book became a big success for Hellberg, and he followed up the book with four more with similar focus on young sexuality: ''Puss'' (1975), ''Love love love'' (1977), ''Älskar, älskar inte'' (1979) and ''Förbjudna tankar'' (1989).
"Kräm (så nära får ingen gå)" is a song by Swedish alternative rock band Kent, released on February 9, 1996 as the lead single from their second studio album, '' Verkligen''. The CD single contains the two b-sides, "Rödljus" and "En helt ny karriär". These two tracks were recorded, produced and mixed by Kent and Heikki Kiviaho, and were later released on the compilation '' B-sidor 95–00'' in 2000.