Hear music by Texans of all genres, plus periodic Feature Interviews with Texas performers.
Hot on the heels of their recent category win at the Commerce Idol competition, Commerce band Casting Shadows see a bright future ahead.
The Dallas native describes her sound as "Soul/Folk/Jazz," and has self-released three albums since graduating from college.
Cas Haley takes time out of his busy touring and recording schedule to chat with Matt Meinke during KETR's Spring Membership Campaign.
Pull up a peg-leg and hear a fable of high-seas adventure, as Grandpa weaves a yarn of hornswaggling and swashbuckling at sea.
Proponents and players of the Appalachian Dulcimer stop by the studios to spread the word about their favorite instrument.
The Governors' Texas Music Office has released a list of 27 Texas born-or-based acts who received a total of 36 Grammy nominations.
A California couple is still adjusting to life among Texans, after recently moving to the Lone Star State. Hear their exploits in the latest edition of the "Fish Out Of Water" series.
Between his focus on studies at A&M-Commerce, and the recent release of his debut EP, Cole Risner keeps plenty busy these days.
Notably Texan recently invited 2 artists from Houston's ZenHill Records into the KETR studios for a feature interview: Hank Schyma, singer for Southern Backtones, and Craig Kinsey, who records under his own name and fronts the band Sideshow Tramps.
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.