We are proud to announce the addition of Kevin Connor to the ranks of Sun Radio and the KDRP Radio Mission! Kevin will program “Hill Country Saturdays” every Saturday from 9am-2pm.
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Hosted by Doug Moreland, Jomo Edwards, Beau Smith, and Stoney Gabel. The guys gather each week at Doug’s place in downtown Manchaca, Texas to bring you an in-depth, unique and entertaining show that explores the stories behind the songs and songwriters we all know and love. This show takes a laid-back and conversational approach to [...]
Join Mike Buck Mondays 7-9pm for Blue Monday. Mike proudly carries the blues torch here at Sun Radio following Larry Monroe’s passing earlier this year.
From 9pm-12am you can hear the “Blue Monday Master Tapes” with your host Larry Monroe. Every Monday night we tap into the Blue Monday archives and give you a taste of the [...]
Friday & Saturday evenings from 9-11pm, Rollin’ Radio with Ben Bethea is rock ‘n roll. But there is more to it than just playing a whole bunch of songs: It’s about digging deep and exploring the rich roots of rock such as, blues, R&B, folk & country that make the genre so unique.
Sundays from 2-4pm. Folk Alley is a listener supported one-hour show featuring folk, traditional, Americana, Celtic, singer/songwriter, world, and acoustic music. This programs strives to bring folk music to the world, reaching across miles and generations to provide global exposure for an art form with long-standing tradition and a loyal fan community.
Saturdays 9-10am. The Bluegrass Review is a one-hour weekly radio program for public, commercial and internet radio stations.
What makes the Bluegrass Review “Up to date and down to earth”? Host Phil Nusbaum programs Bluegrass classics as well as the current wave. His commentary on style, lyrics or other musical features links the songs together.
Sunday evenings from 6-7pm. The New Jazz Archive is a weekly series exploring jazz’s place in the story of America. Each hour-long episode is a collection of stories, interviews, and music that relates the past, present and future of jazz to the things that shape our daily lives