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!
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.
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.”
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 KDRP.org Saturdays at 8pm.
Every Wednesday from 11AM-3PM, Choffel drops the needle on listener requested vinyl along with picks from her favorite collections. Suzanna Choffel is a beloved local musician and former finalist on The Voice that brings a cool, modern twist to B.Y.O.V. on Wednesdays
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.
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.
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.