The Best Music

Under the Sun & at the track

On Air Schedule

Wednesdays 8pm | Saturdays 10a-3p

Suzanna Choffel is a native Austinite and a part of the vibrant local music scene, cutting her teeth as a teen at Saxon Pub & Broken Spoke, then down in San Marcos during her college years. She studied music and recording, earning a BA in Music Technology at College of Santa Fe where she was part of weekly jam that included Ben Haggerty (now known as Macklemore). She began growing a steady local following at clubs like Momo’s, Antones & Cactus Cafe. Since then she has played SXSW, ACL Fest, has toured nationally & in Europe and even spent time on reality tv (NBC’s The Voice Season 3).

Growing up in Austin nurtured Suzanna’s love of local radio and the many DJ personalities that felt like friends constantly introducing her to new great music. It’s not surprising that she would find herself in the DJ booth years later at Austin’s grooviest new station Sun Radio. As she says “The next best thing to actually playing music is getting to listen to & play other musicians’ music for people. Best day job ever.”

Weekdays at 10am

Every Monday through Friday from 10AM-11AM, Sun Radio gifts listeners one hour of non-stop, uninterrupted music. So sit back and enjoy music without the chatter for one-full hour! Listen on the Sun Radio Network, online at, and on the free Sun Radio smartphone app for iPhone & Android.

Sundays 10am-3pm
Saturdays 8-10am

A Hill Country Saturday is a freeform blend of Americana, soul and rock ’n’ roll, hosted
by veteran Austin broadcaster Kevin Connor every Saturday from 8-10AM on Sun Radio!

Mondays 8-10pm

Blue Monday with Mike Buck curates the best of Blues, Vintage Rock'n'Roll, R&B, and Soul with his own twist.
Blue Monday is the longest running Blues Program in the Country-40 + years on Austin Radio.

Saturdays at 7am
Sunday - Friday 3p-7p

Chris Mosser has been a staple in the Austin broadcasting landscape and live music scene since 1993. Chris has rolled through much of the Austin radio dial over that time, from KLBJ-FM, to KVET-FM where he pioneered the Texas Music program “The Roadhouse”, to KGSR and lots more. Chris has also spent time as a pro musician, picking up an Austin Music Award in 2000 as part of the local metal outfit Human (he’s a little less angry these days). Hear Chris every Saturday and Sunday from 7pm-12am as a part of our “Off The Grid” programming.

Sundays at 4pm on

A special program including folk music from Scotland, Ireland and the USA. Creating a show that musically crisscrosses the Atlantic, showing how much American music grew from Celtic and British origins, took root in this country and developed in different forms which in turn have flowed back to the Isles to influence singers and musicians there. All this and a lot more on KDRP’s “Across the Pond.”

Sundays at 9am

John Dromgoole brings you an hour of good ol'fashioned honky-tonk program honoring the dance hall traditions steeped in Texas History. With a nice blend of country and western music, from both local and nationally renowned artists. Dust off your boots, grab a dance partner! Listen on Sun Radio Sundays 9am and on KDRP 103.1FM Saturdays at 8pm.

Weekdays 6-10am
Mondays at 10pm on

Hear the Blue Monday Master Tapes with Larry Monroe on KDRP and every Monday 10pm-1am


Every week, year round, rain or shine music fans gather under the Oak Trees at Guero's Taco Bar on South Congress for Texas Radio Live. Enjoy live music, dancing, cold drinks, tacos and friendly conversations. All to support local musicians and The Sun Radio Foundation.

Saturdays 10am-3pm

Marc "Mookie" Kaczor says he would be barely employable if it wasn't for this radio thing. Mookie grew up listening to Snoop Dogg and Nirvana. He's a student of different eras and musical genres. An avid MLB and NBA fan, Mookie appreciates a clever Tweet, collecting vinyl and a fresh pair of sneakers. 

Mondays 7pm

Every Monday at 7pm Sun Radio is going to invite some of your favorite artists to be guest DJs for an entire month. They'll pick they music and tell their stories.

Saturdays 7-11pm

For almost 2 decades Shelly Knight has been a voice heard on Austin area radio stations and at local music venues. Listeners might remember hearing Shelly on 103.5 BOB- FM, Star 93.3, Majic 95.5, Mix 94.7, Z-ROCK, Oldies 103, Key 103 and KOOL 99. In addition to being a radio host, Shelly is a local musician fronting her own original rock band and has performed at SXSW, The Pecan Street festival, and at legendary venues like The Saxon Pub, Threadgills, Hole in the Wall, One 2 One bar, The Backroom and countless other bars downtown and in Texas. Shelly also and sings lead in the Rockin’ Gospel Project at the counter culture phenomenon known as Hippie Church. Shelly can be heard weekends on Sun radio and seen performing at music venues across Central Texas.

Wednesdays 8pm
Sundays 8am

Each Sunday morning at 8am on Sun Radio, “Church” is dedicated to Americana music that will feature new songs as well as classic Americana artists and music.

Monday - Friday 11am-3pm 
Tuesday Thursday Friday 7p - 11p Wednesday 9p - 11p