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Thu 5/30/2019 4:30 pm

Small Cool World celebrates its birthday with a live remote broadcast from BLK Vinyl (2505 E 6th St) on Thursday, May 30th from 4:30 to 6 PM.

Mon 5/27/2019 1:00 pm

‘Austin Artists' and 'Reflections of CommUnity Outreach' join up for a special collaborative one hour bilingual Broadcast hosted by Gilka Cespedes, featuring Andean Music Instrumentalist Eduardo Cassapía. We'll hear stories, discuss upcoming events and hear live, in~studio performances.
All this & muchamore! Monday, 5/27, 1 pm
 

Sat 5/25/2019 3:00 pm

The Singer and the Song welcomes Austin's own Roger Wallace. By City Proclamation, yesterday was Roger Wallace Day in Austin, so we will continue the celebration with this fine artist! Roger is a fine singer/songwriter with a new live record from his country honky tonk styled band, and he is also in a rock band called The Ruins. Join us as Roger talks, plays, and shares recordings the whole hour on KOOP, 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, May 25th. 

Oh, and by the way, the past two outstanding shows with Bonnie Whitmore and Jan Seides can still be accessed (as all KOOP shows can... Read more

Fri 5/24/2019 1:00 pm

People United features Dianne Odegard of Austin Bat Refuge on the often-misunderstood mammals, including their interactions with humans in urban environments.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

Tue 5/21/2019 4:30 pm

Title: Stepping Up & Stepping Out 
Artist: Clarence Fountain & Sam Butler
Genre: Gospel Blues

Clarence Fountain is a founding member of the Blind Boys of Alabama, Sam Butler has played with Keith Richards, Donald Fagen, & Joe Cocker. This CD is not really soul music, but rather music for the soul. Without being preachy, the songs tell us we’re alive, that we depend on each other, & we should give thanks. The CD starts with a syncopated folk blues “Down to The River”, then hits a Dixie Hummingbirds groove in “I Know Where We’re Going”.  “It’s a Different... Read more

Mon 5/20/2019 1:00 pm

Austin Artists features a conversation with local improvisational dance studio Body Shift, discussing the the work they do, workshops, opportunities, and the upcoming event at the Contemporary Austin plus much more! Monday, 5/20, 1:00 pm.

Sun 5/19/2019 7:00 pm

KOOP Radio presents a special benefit screening of the documentary END OF THE CENTURY: THE STORY OF THE RAMONES in honor of Joey Ramone’s birthday. The show will take place at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar at 7pm on Sunday, May 19th.

Before the film, KOOP will also present live DJ sets, a silent auction benefiting KOOP radio and other activities at The Highball (adjacent to Alamo South Lamar) from 5-6:30pm.

More information available here

Proceeds from this benefit will go to... Read more

Sat 5/18/2019 3:00 pm

The Singer and the Song welcomes Austin singer/songwriter Bonnie Whitmore. There ain't nobody quite like Bonnie in the Austin music scene, she marches to her own tunes, which are pretty great. She's a powerhouse singer with a ton of great songs, as you will hear when she performs live for us the whole houron KOOP, 91.7 FM and koop.org, 3-4pm, Saturday, May 18th. OH, BY THE WAY: I'm also filling in as host on The Girlie Show from 3-4pm, where more super badass female vocalists will be heard! Please tune in 2-4pm this Saturday and then every other hour to KOOP!v 

The past two... Read more

Fri 5/17/2019 10:00 pm

Join KOOP on Friday, May 17th for an eclectic night of local music at Beerland featuring indie rockers Go Fever, femme punk trio Nevil, former KOOP DJ Vanessa Burden's project Beats of Burden, and folk duo Little Mazarn.  Doors at 9 PM. 21+. $5 cover.  Beerland is located at 711.5 Red River St. Little Mazarn - 10:00pm, Beats of Burden - 10:45pm, Nevil - 11:30pm, Go Fever - 12:15am
 

Fri 5/17/2019 1:00 pm

People United talks about the mental health of Palestinians living under Israel's occupation with Samah Jabr, a psychiatrist and psychotherapist from East Jerusalem, and Alexandra Dols, a filmmaker from Paris.  Dols' film Beyond the Frontlines: Resistance and Resilience in Palestine documents life in East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip, as it draws on Jabr's insights about mental health in these occupied territories.

Listen to an archive of this program... Read more

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