Hear music by Texans of all genres, plus periodic Feature Interviews with Texas performers.
Mama, Marcel, Norville and the gang are back in the latest edition of Dyfunction Junction, a recurring radio sitcom featured on KETR's The Grin-N-Bearit Show.
This month, we return to the mythical, sleepy town of Marla, Texas circa 1950. Strange phenomenon are wreaking havoc with the power and radio signals, and renowned scientist Dr. Gebhart Van Brandt has gone missing!
Matt Meinke speaks with a pioneer of progressive country and the "Austin Sound," and plays some of the iconic songs he's been involved in.
"And So It Goes," the first album in more than 7 years by Don Williams, releases this week, and "The Gentile Giant" of country music is excited to talk about his latest effort.
The Grin-N-Bearit Show presents the latest episode of "Ace's Game."Private detective Ace Kicker is on a new case in 1940's Chicago.
Singer, songwriter, and author John Tracy from Aledo joins Matt Meinke in the KETR studios for an in-depth interview.
Say hello to a few furry fans of Notably Texan who love to listen on a nightly basis.
Notably Texan's Matt Meinke is joined in-studio for a Feature Interview with Jason Corcoran from Dallas, who records as Gaston Light.
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist John David Kent from Celeste joins Matt Meinke for a chat during Notably Texan.
Grin-N-Bearit Presents "The War Of The Worlds", Part 2. H.G. Wells' story lives again in Grin-N-Bearit's rendition of the classic radio drama.