The International Folk Bazaar morphs into the International Classical Bazaar, featuring accomplished self-taught composer Nathan Felix, whose "Keep Composers Weird" program brings in emerging composers from all over the world. The show will feature conversation and music from Felix along with Mark FT Gurrola (West Texas), Daniel Fawcett (Chile) and Pamela Martinez aka Teletextiles (Brooklyn, NY). Wednesday, 1/16, 1 pm.
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KOOP’s series Boots On The Air continues Monday, January 14 at 1:30pm CDT / GMT -6. (1330 hrs). As always, we’ll report the latest veterans’ news. Then we will explore how best to respect and honor veterans without excessive adulation and without glorifying militarism and war. Our guest is author and University of Texas History Professor Bill Brands. We’ll also have a feature about George Washington’s troops at Valley Forge.
If you are a US military veteran, this program is for you. Join US Army veterans Michael A. Brown and Perry Jefferies, along with KOOP’s Bob Dailey and Greg... Read more
The Singer and the Song welcomes Austin's own Monte Warden. Monte fronts two great bands, The Wagoneers and Monte Warden and the Dangerous Few, and BOTH of those bands are playing KOOP's Birthday Party this Saturday night at Spider House Ballroom, with the great Peterson Brothers also on the bill! Monte will share songs from both his bands as he gets ready for a big Saturday night and plays for us the whole time on the radio on KOOP 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, January 12th.
Oh, and by the way, the past THREE outstanding shows with John Beland, Walt & Tina Wilkins (2pm... Read more
The Singer and the Song welcomes legendary guitarist and all-around musician John Beland. John spent years in the Flying Burrito Brothers and has played guitar with everyone: Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Arlo Guthrie, Rick Nelson, and a list you won't believe. He's also the author of a new book on his amazing life and is a great songwriter and artist in his own right. Join us as he tells stories and plays for us the whole time on the radio on KOOP 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, January 5th.
Oh, and by the way, the past FOUR outstanding shows with Walt & Tina Wilkins (... Read more
International Women’s Day, celebrated March 8th each year, is a global celebration of women’s rights. Its roots begin with progressive political movements in Europe in the early 1900s. By then, however, in the United States, the movement for women’s rights was already well underway.
In the 1840s, two well-known female leaders of the American slavery abolitionist movement attended the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London but were denied seating with men – instead they had to sit behind a curtain and be neither seen nor heard. These two women, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia... Read more
Enjoy this video celebrating KOOP Radio created by Kanya Lyons!
KOOP is proud to present The Bulb Story Slam at 7:30 PM on Monday, March 25th at Ground Floor Theatre (979 Springdale Rd #122). In this storytelling competition, eight performers will share true stories from their own lives, and then be judged on the strength of their stories and storytelling ability. The winners will receive acclaim, plus $100 in cash prizes and a chance to participate in the Bulb Slam Finals at the end of the year. Each month’s stories will share a theme.. The theme for March is "I Should Have Stayed Home"
Tickets and more information at ... Read more
Join KOOP Radio at The 13th Floor on Thursday, January 24th for a night of great music spun by DJs Cousin Bryan (The Clear Spot), Grace Reyer (Big Henry's Vinyl & Gifts), Yance-man (Channel Surfing), and DJ Raquiqui (Chulita Vinyl Club).
A portion of all bar sales benefit your community radio station, KOOP 91.7 FM
Artwork by Grace Reyer